South Point hosts Spring Fling
SOUTH POINT — Attendees enjoyed an Easter-themed morning at South Point Elementary on Saturday.
The school hosted their annual Spring Fling.
“It’s run by our Parent-Teacher Organization,” assistant principal Bill Christian said of the annual carnival.
Principal Chris Mathes could be found in the back, cooking up pancakes, while attendees took part in cakewalk, played carnival games and looked over the work of local crafters that was for sale. The Easter Bunny was also on hand for photos.
“It’s strong so far,” Christian said of the attendance in the first hour. “And now it’s really starting to pick up.”
South Point’s event ran until afternoon, and, in the last hour, the school partnered with South Point Community Churches, who put thousands of eggs onto the school’s field for an Easter egg hunt at noon.
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