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~:~,4B Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2007 Lassen County Times, Westwood PinePress m l -.: ')t t',: %: i Meadow View School first-grader Olivia Johnson draws eyes on her Tootsie Pop ghost during the carnival. Using only his mouth, Shaffer School student, John Atkins, 7, tries eating a doughnut off a piece of string. Shaffer School's student body officers held a carnival during the school day for students in kindergarten through sixth- grade on Wednesday, Oct. 31. III r ProductS'I' "'1 Color & Perm Monica & Laura Walk-ins welcome! 2055 Main St. Susanville Across from Milwood Florist 0 Meadow View School student Kirsten Lama has her face painted by her mother, Fallon Partin, during a Carnival for kindergarthers and first-graders at Meadow View School on Wednesday, Oct. 31. During the carnival, students had the opportunity to participate in activities at different stations. Students made hats, munched on cookies, had their faces stamped or painted, and dec- orated bags to store their prizes. Photos by Ruth Ellis ' ~ :~ : " I J / .:: : Shaffer student Noah Herbert, 7, tries guessing what is in the .The boxes were full of food items meant to resemble body brains and a hand. box at one of the carnival stations. parts and fluids, including mucus, r:i,: i:~';': :,~ :~:~ ~i,~'~:~ Shaffer Student Fallon King, 7, looks pleased as her water-laden sponge hits Shaffer School Superintendent Jason Waddell in the face. Also pictured is Shaffer School's seventh-grade class representative Bryan Schaake. The wet sponge toss was one of the stations set up at Shaffer School's carnival, which was hosted by the school's student body officers. Do you have Grandpa's arrowhead collection? Is your child's first tooth or lock of hair just stuck away in a shoebox? We can help you arrange a shadow box for all your special keepsakes. ,//:! :: O: i m --( The G,'dlery & Custom Framin Open Tuesday ~ Saturday 10-5 ' ~, ~:!i 732 Main St, Susanville , 0 R verszde Dr State