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Roaring And Soaring: Schools Host Spirit Night Together

Submitted by Kathy Murphy —

OAKHURST — The Parent Teacher Club of Oakhurst Elementary School (OES) and the Parent Teacher Association of Wasuma Elementary are proud to announce they are partnering together to host a Spirit Night Festival on Friday, May 12, from 5 – 8 p.m. on the OES campus.

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This is the first time the two schools have partnered together to offer a fabulous festival, in hopes of bridging our community and school spirit.

All OES and Wasuma families, community members and neighbors are welcome for an evening of great food, games, entertainment and a silent auction. A disc jockey, petting zoo, train ride, bounce house, obstacle course, game booths and cake walk are just a few of the highlights offered for the enjoyment of those attending.

The silent auction will have fabulous items donated by many local businesses, available for bid. A 50/50 raffle will be available to a lucky winner, and guests are invited to feast on BBQ pork sandwiches, pizza, nachos, popcorn, caramel apple boats, cotton candy and more.

Tickets for the event can be purchased in advance at both OES and Wasuma Elementary schools up until the day of the event, or can be purchased during the evening of the festival. You can purchase four tickets for $1 and you can purchase a $15 wristband which allows your child inclusive rights to most of the activities throughout the night.

All food purchases will require you buying tickets. All proceeds earned from this night will go towards supporting both school’s instructional programs and various student activities.

All OES and Wasuma friends and families, community members and neighbors are welcome to join us for this historic, fun-filled evening. Join both schools as we bring the school spirit out in full force.

GO EAGLES — GO WILDCATS!

Kathy Murphy is the Principal of Oakhurst Elementary School

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