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SP Fun Fest

Fun Fest moved

By Myra Bean

Games and activities have been moved to the high school mall area for tomorrow’s Fun Fest from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. according to South Panola High School’s activities director Kaye Smythe.

Smythe said some of the activities may be cancelled due to the indoors move.

Admission for the  Athletic Foundation fundraiser is $2 for children 10 and under, $3 for 11 and over.

Clubs and South Panola sports teams have many games planned for the event. Artists and merchants have booths with interesting gifts for adults.

A mini-arcade will be available for younger children which is free for kids third grade and younger.

There will be a health fair sponsored by Batesville Vision Clinic and Aaron Henry Health Clinic.

The games are one ticket or 50¢. Tickets will be on sale at the event.There will be concessions available including cotton candy, popcorn, fresh cookies, burgers, hot dogs and drinks.

For the kids, South Panola cheerleaders will have a cheer camp. At 1:15 there will be a Tiger Fan parade for any participants. The drum line will lead the parade at 1:30.

The South Panola Tiger football team will be introduced to all the fans and head coach Lance Pogue will speak.

The South Panola Athletic Foundation will announce the student from South Panola who wins $250 for selling the most chances for the big $10,000 giveaway.

George Carlson will spin the barrel and pull the winning ticket then announce the winner of the $10,000 given by the SP Athletic Foundation.

For any information on the activities call South Panola High School at 662-563-4756.