Ashley Dieterle Legacy Academy is hosting its first carnival in an effort to raise money for the school. Families can enjoy food, fun and games from …
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Legacy Academy is hosting its first carnival in an effort to
raise money for the school. Families can enjoy food, fun and games
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 13 at the school located at 1975
Legacy Circle in Elizabeth.
The carnival will have a variety of games, including a ring
toss, softball toss, dart throw, cake walk and a bouncy house.
Grilled hot dogs, chips and beverages as well as popcorn and cotton
candy will fill the bellies of all who attend. Tickets for the
carnival are 10 tickets for $15 and can be used at the game
Legacy Academy athletic director Fred Crofford said the carnival
fundraiser is a coloration of the fundraising committee at the
school, the PTO, the student council and the booster club working
together to raise money needed for the school.
“We are trying to cut down on the number of fundraisers parents
have to do, so we thought we would all come together for one big
one,” Crofford said.
The groups will then meet and list the school’s priorities and
discuss how to spend the money.
“This is also a lot of fun for people with children and families
to get in one last hurrah before winter sets in,” Crofford
The Elbert County Sheriff’s department will also have a booth at
the carnival offering free child identification kits. The kit
includes a child identification card that describes important
information on the child, including general physical appearance
information and contact information.
There is also a place for a current photo and a fingerprint
record. The fingerprinting will be done by officers free of charge
for the children. The kit also provides age-appropriate information
for parents regarding Internet safety, abduction prevention
information and safety tips.
For more information on the carnival contact Crofford at
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