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The 2017 All-American Day Interactive Fair

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Students during the Junior Interactive Fair face painting. Art Students volunteered to paint students faces during the fair.

Students during the Junior Interactive Fair face painting. Art Students volunteered to paint students faces during the fair.

Jenni Marie Schaal

Jenni Marie Schaal

Students during the Junior Interactive Fair face painting. Art Students volunteered to paint students faces during the fair.

Jenni Marie Schaal, Staff Editor

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The 2017 All-American Day at Richards had kicked off an Interactive Fair as part of the five-part event.

The Interactive fair consisted of many small games, face painting station, and the Dunk Tank: The fun everyone waited for.

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Finished decorative eggs at the Interactive Fair. The eggs can be a variety of colors.

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A Teacher making decorative eggs at a booth at the Interactive Fair. The Teacher volunteered her time to demonstrate.

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Egg Decorating sign from the Interavctive Fair. A Teacher volunteered to show students how to make the eggs.

“It was a nice event, I do wish there were more things to do though,” said Emma Pierson, a sophomore who attended the event.

Students tended to flock to the face painting station and the Dunk Tank. The Dunk Tank was located outside the aux gym.

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Aftermath of a teacher being dunked into the tank. Students and staff crowed around the tank.

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A teacher during the first second of being dunked. Students and staff crowded around.

 

 

 

 

 

 

“I’m looking forward to next year!” said Pierson.

 

 

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