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Fair Lawn Spring Fling Carnival open for business

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Deanne Johnson and Alisha Alava work the crowd for 50/50 raffle. Credits: Rebecca Greene
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Mike Umstead and Ken Niemiec volunteer at the Milnes Elementary and Thomas Jefferson Middle School annual Spring Fling Carnival that raises funds for the PTO's. Credits: Rebecca Greene
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Where: Location - TJ Middle School, 35-01 Morlot Avenue, Fair Lawn

Saturday, May 6 - open until 11pm (weather permitting)

Sunday, 12pm- 7pm with possible evening extending hour

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Thursday's weather closed the famous carnival that benefits Milnes Elementary and Thomas Jefferson Middle School, but although it threatened all day, it was on with the show this afternoon, Saturday, May 6.

Lisa Moore, long time carnival chairperson said a lot has changed over the years.

The carnival used to be on just the lower field or the upper field, now it has spread to both fields with live music entertainment, in addition to the rides, games and food.

See attached photos for some of the fun.

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