Central Manitoulin Public School celebrates Fall Fair

MINDEMOYA—Central Manitoulin Public School held its 104th Fall Fair on Monday, September 12 and Tuesday, September 13.

The exhibit hall where students show off their hard work is an important part of the Central Manitoulin Public School Fall Fair.
The exhibit hall where students show off their hard work is an important part of the Central Manitoulin Public School Fall Fair.

The students worked very hard to prepare artwork, crafts, baking, and other exhibits in the lead up to this annual fall tradition. The parade featured a police car driven by OPP Community Services Officer Steve Hart and a float beautifully decorated for the students by Sharon and Lyle Dewar and driven by Willis Hallet. Perry Keller was also kind enough to bring along a fire truck.

Students paraded to the arena to look at the exhibits and then returned to the school to enjoy a feast. 

Entertainment at the arena and at the school was provided by The Islanders, featuring Lyle Dewar, Harold Dewar, Geordie Greenough, Norm Hore and Peter Tilston.