Octoberfest: A Bouncing Success for the 9th Grade

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Octoberfest: A Bouncing Success for the 9th Grade

Barbara Whitlock

Barbara Whitlock

Barbara Whitlock

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On October 26, the ninth grade class held their annual class fundraiser, Octoberfest. It was a great night filled with fun Halloween themed activities, such as a doughnut eating competition, crafts, yummy treats, and more. A new activity that the ninth grade added was a bouncy house, which was a huge success because many had a fun time jumping to music with friends. Others enjoyed making rainbow looms and  decorating masks. Decorating delicious cookies was another popular event.

Margaret Sparicio ‘16 said, “The bouncy house and the rainbow looms were really fun! And the raffles were a great idea to raise money.” Clara Cahill Farella ’16 added, “the decorations were awesome and the spider webs were really cool!”

Carmen Bolivar ‘17, ninth grade class secretary, described the event as “a great night!” She also said, “I think all the families had a good time. It required a lot of work, but the outcome made it worth it. It was nice to see the Montrose community come together and celebrate Halloween.”

Finally, Isabel Buckley ‘18 shared, “all the activities were really fun, especially the rainbow loom. And the bouncy house was an awesome touch.” Clearly, the bouncy house was a big hit! The ninth grade was grateful that their hard work helped everyone had a good time. Thanks everyone who came to support our class. All in all, Octoberfest was a memorable and fun Halloween celebration! Happy Halloween.

 

 

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