Support made Fall Craft Fair fun

Posted: Friday, October 21, 2005

Soldotna Community Schools’ recent Fall Craft Fair was a success. This annual event, co-sponsored by the Skyview High School National Honor Society, hosted many creative children and their parents. Children visited several craft tables, with an opportunity to “make and take” Halloween/fall themed items. The NHS students helped the children to create some simple and some not-so-simple crafts, ranging from pasta skeletons to egg carton bats. The children also had the opportunity to decorate their own cookies and have their faces painted.

The NHS students who worked so hard to make the craft day a success were: Tyler Thornton, Kelsey Shields, Heather Roesing, Kendra Merkes, Maranda Merkes, Ariel Mercier, Ryan Mercier, Trevor Johnson, Joel Isaak, Kenny Guth, Emma Westerman and Nolan Schmidt. The initiative, cooperation and leadership shown by these students was incredible to watch.

Their participation, as well as that of their NHS advisor, Linda Raemaker, is invaluable to the success of this annual project.

Soldotna Community Schools believes strongly in sponsoring these “partner projects” with young children and high school students — we all learn from working together. We truly appreciate the support and time of these fine young Skyview High School students, as well as their creativity and energy.

Thanks also to the parents of the younger children who make a point of supporting our ongoing activities with their ongoing attendance.

Carmen Triana

Soldotna Community Schools

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