Friday, September 25, 2015

2015 Tri-Village Community & School Fair

“From Old Roots to New Beginnings” is our theme for this year’s Tri-Village Community & School Fair. Representing our roots will be long-standing community members chosen from each of our three communities: Hollansburg – Wyoneda Stephens, Palestine – Herb Saylor and New Madison – Joe Eliker. The festival will be held Friday and Saturday, October 2nd & 3rd.

There will be a vast assortment of vendors, artists and local groups setting up their booths after school on Friday afternoon including The Cutest Patriot Contest and the Pumpkin Decorating Contest. Beginning at 5 p.m. the TV Jr. Class & Student Council members will offer complete meals as well as ala carte items. The Friday evening program begins at 6:00 with The Little Miss/Mr. Patriot and continues at 7:00 with a music program provided by the Tri-Village High School band and chorus. The crowning of the King and Queen, sponsored by the Kiwanis of New Madison, will take place for the 82nd year. The candidates, voted on by their classmates, are: Freshman Breanna Locke and Corbin Holzapfel, Sophomores Morgan Sparks and Cameron Munchel, Juniors Payge Malott and Josh Wiford and Seniors Jenna Fisherback and Knox Morris. The TV Music Boosters will be sponsoring Bingo in the commons area after the program. The dance for students K-6 will be held at the New Madison Civic Center from 8:30 - 10:30.

As the theme implies, there has also been great excitement at Tri-Village with a State Basketball championship this past spring and this fall with the beginning of a new tradition-football! There will be a bonfire, pep rally and also an open air dance that will be open for those 7th - adult. This activity will take place in the south parking lot area Friday evening from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. DJ Aaron Sebring of “Pardon the Noise” will be providing music. Admission is free.

On Saturday at 7:00 a.m., The Masonic Temple, located on Washington Street, will be offering an All You Can Eat Sausage & Pancake Breakfast until 10 a.m. Entries will be accepted for the produce contest from 8:00 - 8:45 in the elementary gym and entries for the baking contest may be entered in the high school gym from 8:00 - 9:00. The booths will be open from 9:00 - 4:00. Parade line-up begins at 10:00, judging at 10:30 with the parade beginning at 11:00. The parade will start on Anderson Street and proceed to the school. This year the Tri-Village High School Band, along with the Tri-Village Dance Team, will perform “Oz and Back” after the parade. Lunch will be offered immediately following the band/dance performance in the commons area by the TV Student Council & Jr. Class members. New this year is a Car Show with registration beginning at 12:30, with Car Show running from 1:00 - 4:00. Car Show questions, contact Monyca Schlechty at 548-0725. Registration will begin at 1:00 for the Pinewood Derby in the high school gym, and races begin at 2:00. Also at 1:00 is the 1st annual Alumni Baseball Game, contact Jim Maples at the school. Games will also begin at 1:00 on the front lawn. The 7th annual School Fair Auction will begin at 3:00 in the commons area. At 3:30 the Mini Tractor Pull, sponsored by the FFA, will begin in the student parking lot, with registration beginning at 3:00. The American Legion will be serving chicken dinners at their facility on Fayette Street beginning at 5:00. Hope to see you at the fair!

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