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GSA Carnival 2017

Victoria Winter, Managing Editor

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On May 18th, the GSA club hosted its GSA Carnival. From 6-8 pm people could gather in the cafeteria for food, games, and fun. Admission was $3 dollars for students of NPHS and $5 dollars for others. Featured games included scooter racing, darts, and a “go-fish” game, with actual live fish as a prize! From the games, students could also win tickets that they could spend towards food, rather than paying with actual cash. Available snacks included assorted chips, fajitas, and fresh cotton candy.

The night was filled with laughs as a healthy crowd filled the cafeteria. For a short break between games, students could also receive free face painting while they listened to hip tunes in the background. The atmosphere was open and inviting; it was easily one of the funnest nights of the year.

  

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