The Key School Harvest Festival

 

  • Hundreds of people attend the annual Key School Harvest Festival in Ward 3. The PTA says it needs to raise thousands of dollars to keep school activities going during these fiscally challenging times.
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    Hundreds of people attend the annual Key School Harvest Festival in Ward 3. The PTA says it needs to raise thousands of dollars to keep school activities going during these fiscally challenging times.
  • Five-year old Emi Bailey can't wait for her turn in the moon bounce.
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    Five-year old Emi Bailey can't wait for her turn in the moon bounce.
  • Kids try to launch themselves into orbit in the moon bounce, the most popular attraction at this year's festival.
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    Kids try to launch themselves into orbit in the moon bounce, the most popular attraction at this year's festival.
  • The Harvest Festival is the primary Fall fundraiser for the Key School. The Bean Bag Target Game was one of many activities for kids to show off their skills.
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    The Harvest Festival is the primary Fall fundraiser for the Key School. The Bean Bag Target Game was one of many activities for kids to show off their skills.
  • A plentiful crop of vampire teeth could be reaped by all who participated in the events at the 2009 Harvest Festival.
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    A plentiful crop of vampire teeth could be reaped by all who participated in the events at the 2009 Harvest Festival.
  • Four-year old Tess Buckley tries to stay on course at the hole-in-one putting challenge.
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    Four-year old Tess Buckley tries to stay on course at the hole-in-one putting challenge.
  • Students see how low they can go to the Calypso beat of Harry Belonfonte' s classic "Limbo Song".
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    Students see how low they can go to the Calypso beat of Harry Belonfonte' s classic "Limbo Song".
  • A lion and and a snowman are among the creations vying for  top honors in the Key School's Great Pumpkin Decorating Contest.
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    A lion and and a snowman are among the creations vying for top honors in the Key School's Great Pumpkin Decorating Contest.
  • Lollipops and a warm autumn sun keep spirits high throughout the afternoon.
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    Lollipops and a warm autumn sun keep spirits high throughout the afternoon.
  • Toddler Duncan Buckley remains undaunted by the 20-foot plus climb up the Roaring Rivers wall.
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    Toddler Duncan Buckley remains undaunted by the 20-foot plus climb up the Roaring Rivers wall.
  • Just before closing time, 5-year old Fiona Watkins jumps off the Roaring River, hoping for at least one more ride.
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    Just before closing time, 5-year old Fiona Watkins jumps off the Roaring River, hoping for at least one more ride.

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