Fall festival plants seed for community garden

Try not to drop and break the egg! Left-right, are Dreaden Richards, Hadil Elhasaeri and Osama Elhasaeri.

Richard Froese
South Peace News

Plenty of colour and fun for all ages attracted several children and families to the High Prairie Community Garden Fall Festival at the Elks Pro Rodeo Grounds on Oct. 14.

The event was created to raise funds for a community garden planned for 2018 by the High Prairie Community Beautification Association.

We had a very successful event and the money raised certainly will help us move forward to establish a community garden in High Prairie,” says Jennifer Anderson, who initiated and organized the first-time event.

Everyone had a good time and that’s great.

We are not exactly sure the number of people who came out, but we are definitely pleased with the attendance,” Anderson says.

As the community garden project flourishes, organizers also want the fall festival to grow as well.

We want to make it an annual event,” Anderson says.

So many people told us they were excited for next year.

With such a good turnout and the positive comments from the community, I know we will be back next year with more games and more ideas.”

 

Brothers get into a sack race. Left-right, are Blair Masson, 11, Coby Masson, 12, and Kaidan Masson, 9.
The Palisocs get a special family photo. In front, left-right, are sisters Scarlett, 2, and Arianna, 5. Behind, left-right, are parents Jean and Sam Palisoc.
A frame with a scarecrow and a pumpkin was popular for photographs. Above, Alice Salon is the scarecrow and her son Sebastian, 3, is a pumpkin.
Sisters Sophia Donahue, 4, left, and Lucy Donahue, get ready to throw a corn cob into the basket. Beside them are their parents Jacob and Holley-Shae Donahue.

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