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Hartselle Enquirer

Crestline festival offers family fun

By Staff
Clif Knight, Hartselle Enquirer
The countdown is on and excitement is building for Crestline Elementary School's annual fall festival.
The festive fundraiser is scheduled for Oct. 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. It will spotlight more than 30 different fun-filled activities ranging from taste-tempting food and prize games to a silent auction and a teacher talent revue.
"We want to remind the community that this is Crestline's main fundraising project of the school year and all of the proceeds go right back into the classrooms," said Sheryl Sharp, festival coordinator. "We have planned a great lineup of fun things for the family to do and enjoy and we encourage everyone to come out and join in the fun."
Festival goers may choose from a lunch of pizza, barbecue sandwiches and hotdogs served in the cafeteria to fresh squeezed lemonade, snacks and funnel cakes offered by outside vendors. They may also choose to try their luck at winning a homemade cake in a cakewalk or other prizes at the fishpond, pick-a-duck or basketball throw, or at one of several other prize games set up in the school's gymnasiums. Any and all prizes may be swapped at a trading post for bigger and better prizes. Inflatable rides will be available on the playground at the rear of the school building.
A silent auction will be held in the music room. It will consist of gift baskets furnished by each classroom. Bids will be accepted until 1 p.m. and winners will be announced during the festival.
Teachers will perform in groups and individually in a teacher talent revue. Students and parents will be able to vote and the winner will receive a catered lunch.

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