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Yesenia Novoa, 15, spins a paper cone in a cotton candy machine to gather the sweet treat to be sold by Fort Morgan High School Student Senate members at the homecoming carnival Wednesday night at Legion Field.
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While the weather was beautiful Wednesday afternoon in Fort Morgan, the temperature dropped quickly as the wind picked up in the evening, blowing hard and fast across Legion Field and putting a damper on some of the activities planned for the homecoming carnival, including the planned bonfire.
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The wrestling coaches were looking to draw in more athletes for the winter sport, and the cheerleaders were seeking to raise some money by doing face painting and selling pom poms, water bottles and eye black.
For all of these booths, people had to purchase tickets, and then the tickets were turned over for chances at the games or the edible treats. This meant that those manning the booths did not have to handle cash. Then, at the end, the booths' earnings could be tallied by the tickets collected.
School to agree to perform, obtaining permission to use Legion Field and much more.
For a while, people didn't know where to put the cans of food they brought, and it all seemed to wind up on the table for the Cookie Walk booth, which was sponsored by the Lads and Lassies 4 H Club, said Peggy Edson, the 4 H club leader.
And representatives from the FMHS wrestling program and the Mustang cheerleaders manned booths.
The Student Senate also collected canned goods at the carnival from attendees, and many bags of food were carried out to the parking lot to be donated.
Fort Morgan junior and Student Senate member Travis Freeman said he thought the carnival went "pretty well for the first year," and had a "really good turnout."
"It took forever to get this done," he said. "We worked really hard."
The Lake Street Choir performs at the homecoming carnival Wednesday night at Legion Field in the group's first performance of the school year. The all volunteer choir is made up of around 140 fifth and sixth graders from Baker Central School, with Kim Pflug as the director
He said that lots of planning went into getting that result.
"I enjoyed it. Best day of my life," he said, smiling. "Anytime they can get back at a principal, it's a good thing."
There were a variety of games to try out, including a fast pitch challenge, knocking down cans with tennis balls and more.
Freshman Jake Norris, also a Student Senate member, concurred and added that it also took a lot of determination and cooperation to make the carnival happen.
"We've had a bunch of cans brought here," she said. "We're making quite a few trips out to the Student Senate sponsor's truck."
But even with the heavy breezes, lots of people showed up to play the games, eat the concessions, learn about various programs, pet the animals in the petting zoo and take a swipe with a sledgehammer at an old truck.
Baker Central School Assistant Principal James Farley waits for the next whipped cream pie to be thrown at him at the homecoming carnival Wednesday night at Legion Field. Farley and various teachers and administrators took turns getting pies thrown at them to raise money for student activities and programs at Fort Morgan High School.
"All the money will go to support clubs and activities at Fort Morgan High School," said Edson, who is the faculty advisor for the Student Senate.
There also were booths offering hot chocolate, funnel cakes, caramel apples, freshly spun cotton candy and savory concessions, such as pizza.
Canned goods rest on the Cookie Walk booth at the homecoming Carnival. Lads and Lassies 4 H Club Leader Peggy Edson, right, said people brought the canned food to donate, but there was no Jimmy Choo Abel Pink Pumps set place to put them, so she started gathering them at her group's booth.
Wind can't stop fun at Fort Morgan homecoming carnival
"We couldn't be more happy with the community's support," Fort Morgan High School teacher Greg Edson said of the turnout, which included young children, teens, parents, grandparents and other supporters of the Mustangs.
"All the kids out here are celebrating homecoming."
Perhaps the most popular was the pie toss booth, where people could shell out tickets to throw a pie pan covered in whipped cream at the waiting victim. Various school administrators and teachers volunteered to have the pies thrown at them, including Baker Central School Principal Jason Frasco.
The end result was a fun albeit chilly and wind blown time for all those who went.
The carnival was the brainchild of the Fort Morgan High School Student Senate, and the students had worked since the third day of school to plan and get ready to pump up school spirit and raise some money for school groups and activities.
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