Back To School Carnival to be held Oct. 5
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The Back to School Carnival, sponsored by Prevent Child Abuse Utah and the Family Support Center at the Christmas Box House, will be held Saturday, Oct. 5 at Rotary Park, 680 Mill Creek Dr., from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  The event will feature games for children ages 1 through 12, including face painting, rock star hair dos, bingo, a cupcake walk, a fish pond and other activities presented by local nonprofit groups.

  Game and food tickets are 25 cents each or 50 tickets for $10. Hot dogs, hamburgers and chips and drinks will be available for purchase.

Utah Foster Care Foundation, Prevent Child Abuse Utah, Special Olympics, the Head Start Preschool Program, Delta Chi ESA and other community groups will host informational booths at the event.

A silent auction featuring donated items from several local businesses and individuals will raise money for Prevent Child Abuse Utah.

  Nonprofit groups are invited to participate by volunteering or setting up a game, activity or informational booth. Individuals are also needed a volunteers.   

For more information call Debbie Thurman at 435-260-1039, or Sherilyn Sowell at 435-259-1658.

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