Fulmar Road Elementary Hosts Annual Harvest Festival

The Coles family admires the raffle prizes. Credits: Carole Consigliere
Victoria Jessells with her children, Cooper and Amelia, at the snack bar Credits: Carole Consigliere
The Vitello family decorates a bag for Halloween candy. Credits: Carole Consigliere
Arlo Tani and his daughter, Olivia, decorate a pumpkin. Credits: Carole Consigliere
Paul Booth shoots some hoops. Credits: Carole Consigliere
Kevin Langtry with his daughter, Violet Credits: Carole Consigliere
Chloe Forger plays the pop-the-balloon game. Credits: Carole Consigliere
Lila and Omar Abukhader and their daughters, Niveen and Danya, enjoy some cotton candy. Credits: Carole Consigliere
Emily Murphy, in her costume, waits her turn to enter the bouncy house. Credits: Carole Consigliere
Danny Murphy plays one of the games at the festival with help from volunteer Missy Bleakley. Credits: Carole Consigliere
Sisters Olivia and Madelyn Bucci look adorable in their costumes. Credits: Carole Consigliere
Krishna Dasilva with her sons, Rio and Santiago, and Fred Toro with his son, Joshua, decorate some pumpkins. Credits: Carole Consigliere
The many raffle prizes line the table at Fulmar Elementary. Credits: Carole Consigliere
Jeanine McCarthy with her daughter, Molly, buys raffle tickets from Katrina Klammer, Natalie Scanlon and Taylor Ebinger. Credits: Carole Consigliere
Bart Rucker with his children, Benjamin and Madeline, take a break from the festivities to have a snack. Credits: Carole Consigliere

MAHOPAC, N.Y. - Fulmar Road Elementary School held its annual Harvest Fair Friday, Oct. 21. There was pumpkin decorating, lots of games (including the requisite bouncy house, raffles, yummy treats, Halloween Candy, and of course lots of cute and scary costumes. The school's Book Fair was also open for the festival and did a brisk business.

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