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Freedom Elementary School Fall Festival
Caitlyn Jett had her face painted at the fall festival. Auctioneer Jason Schmidt and assistant Christy Robinson. Nadia Goodwin also visited the face painting booth. Bailey Bratcher and her elaborate face paint. The cotton candy crew, Brittney Reid and Leslie Thomas. Noah Stocker sharing his cotton candy with his sister. Rachel Shaft and Angel Pope after a session at the face painting booth. Kylee Compton shopping for FES wear. Tyler Farley playing Plinko. Avery Shelton showing her muscles. Derrian Howard with a scary face. Emma Bolt wondering if she can change her mind. Emmerson Axline admires the face painted butterfly. Future Falcon Maddie Still and her dad. Kaitlyn Newman getting her hair painted. Reed Still and friends, Ava Thixton, Chloe Wardrip and Kami Ackerman. Payton Wheatley making a candy stick. Sadie Reece checking out her new paint. Jace Powell enjoying his cotton candy. Jacob Decker sported a nice paint job. Leilani Kinghan had perfect aim. Addison and Mattie Bickley had a good time. Annie Grigsby will win a prize if she successfully tosses a ring around a soda bottle.
Bailey Gill tries her hand at the bowling booth. Paige Rucker having fun on the slide. Nathan and Jack Slaughter didn’t know where to start! Volunteers made it all happen. Lily Larson and Christian White with their family. Enjoying the annual Freedom Elementary School fall festival are new student, Rylee Hlebinsky, and her mom, Erica Walker, who is also a new second grade teacher at Freedom (all photos by Lisa Goodin).
Bullitt County Public Schools
1040 Highway 44 East
Shepherdsville, KY 40165