90th anniversary carnival drew the crowds

90th anniversary  carnival drew the crowds
First grade student Patrick Walker was a winner at the Treasure Chest game

The finale for a week of celebration for its 90th anniversary saw a great turnout at St. Paul’s Catholic School carnival on Sept. 21. Each school grade had a game booth in Kiddy Land, manned by parents and students; sponsors for the carnival included St. Vincent’s, Black Sheep, Most Holy Redeemer, and Immaculate Conception.
Both school and church have been an integral part of the Riverside community since 1923, drawing on a rich history and tradition while providing students with cutting-edge, values-based education. The school boasts an outstanding faculty and upgraded facilities, preparing graduates to pursue higher education through its rigorous curriculum and nurturing environment.

 Knights of Columbus made sure visitors to the carnival were hydrated: Fred Fiore, Robert Hutto, Ben Parker, John Holzbaur and Mark Prive had bottles of ice cold water available

Knights of Columbus made sure visitors to the carnival were hydrated: Fred Fiore, Robert Hutto, Ben Parker, John Holzbaur and Mark Prive had bottles of ice cold water available

Austin, 7, with mom Kim Shepard manning the ring toss booth sponsored by the Second Grade Class

Austin, 7, with mom Kim Shepard manning the ring toss booth sponsored by the Second Grade Class

First grade student Patrick Walker was a  winner at the Treasure Chest game

First grade student Patrick Walker was a
winner at the Treasure Chest game

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