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Saturday, November 26, 2022

Waldron PTO Fall Fest on Main Street

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By Tammy Moore Teague
Kids of all ages gathered on the Main Street of Waldron on Saturday to enjoy a day of family fun. The weather could not have been more perfect for the annual event.
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The Waldron PTO, city employees, LaVada Allen, Regina Oliver and Lyndy Woodard spent last week making sure everything was organized and festive. Ebie’s Flower Shop made and donated all the decorative fall bows. Kids enjoyed games, a pie walk and all kinds of tasty treats.
Jim Sher sponsored a pumpkin decorating contest for elementary students. Cash prizes were awarded to the top three winners:
Addalee Jett (1st place)
Kaity Jett (2nd place)
Shalee Byford (3rd place)
 
Also happening that day, “A Revival of Song,” a gospel music performance by local bands. Lunch and refreshments were served at the United Methodist Church.Fall-Fest-Waldron-PTO
On Wednesday, a free movie and popcorn will be shown at Scott Theater. The movie “Chasing the Dragon” is a documentary exposing the truth behind the opiate epidemic that is devastating communities across the country. This is a free showing, but the concession stand will be open so bring your pocketbook!
A special thanks to all who have volunteered their time and efforts to make these events a success!

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