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Around Town: May Fete 2017

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  • May Fete requires a massive volunteer effort! We love that even the younger students pitch in to make May Fete a success! May Fete requires a massive volunteer effort! We love that even the younger students pitch in to make May Fete a success!
  • The game booths were a popular pastime at May Fete. The game booths were a popular pastime at May Fete.
  • May Fete spinning was simply boring for some. May Fete spinning was simply boring for some.
  • Some firefighters arrived in their own attire! Some firefighters arrived in their own attire!
  • Piper, Sarah, and Julia had a blast (and a dose of independence) hanging out together at May Fete. Piper, Sarah, and Julia had a blast (and a dose of independence) hanging out together at May Fete.
  • The “hands-free” Fun Slide was, well, fun. The “hands-free” Fun Slide was, well, fun.
  • The entire greens of Wyoming were spinning. The entire greens of Wyoming were spinning.
  • Let them eat cake! The Cake Walk was arguably the most popular May Fete game. Let them eat cake! The Cake Walk was arguably the most popular May Fete game.
  • Ready, set, squirt! Ready, set, squirt!
  • May Fete 2017 came complete with a pint-sized ferris wheel for the pint-sized guests. May Fete 2017 came complete with a pint-sized ferris wheel for the pint-sized guests.
  • Wheelathon winners were recognized at the May Fete Ceremony. Katy O'Neil was the overall top fundraiser and top finisher for fifth grade girls, and Carter Hagenauer was the top overall finisher (and top for fifth grade boys) riding 34 miles! Wheelathon winners were recognized at the May Fete Ceremony. Katy O'Neil was the overall top fundraiser and top finisher for fifth grade girls, and Carter Hagenauer was the top overall finisher (and top for fifth grade boys) riding 34 miles!
  • Let the May Fete spin fest begin – these early riders were among the first on the Typhoon. Let the May Fete spin fest begin – these early riders were among the first on the Typhoon.
     


All year we have been featuring Wyoming High School alumni in the magazine, and each time we have asked, “What are your favorite childhood memories of growing up in Wyoming?” No surprise that overwhelmingly the favorite memories involve May Fete. The annual carnival of childhood gluttony is the best day of the school year for many kids – even during the annual May Fete rain storm. Many thanks to all the volunteers that help create these memories for our children to cherish for years to come.

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