South Fork Schools Holiday Fiesta

South Fork Schools Holiday Fiesta
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Saturday, December 7th 2013
9:00 am - 1:00 pm

South Fork Schools Holiday Fiesta. Saturday, December 7th from 9-1 at the Kincaid High School. This year’s event will include: Photos with Santa; Secret Santa Shop; Basket Raffles; Front row reserved seats and front row reserved parking at the Elementary Holiday Program – Silent Auction; Lunch will be served (all proceeds from the lunch will be donated to the American Cancer Society); South Fork Chorus will be singing from 11-12; Many various vendors and crafts (see South Fork Schools Holiday Fiesta event on facebook for a list of vendors). Come out and do some Christmas shopping or shop for yourself, have lunch, get photos with Santa and let the kids shop in the secret santa shop. All proceeds to benefit the South Fork Schools P.T.C. Please come out and suport our schools and our community!!!

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