FACE PAINT … For just two tickets guests were able to have their faces painted with neon colored paint. (PHOTO BY LINDSAY PHILLIPS, STAFF)
By: Lindsay Phillips
A great party was once again hosted by Fulton County Relay for Life team, Kids Knocking out Cancer on November 5, 2022.
As their seventh year in a row, the event had out grown the previous venue and was held at Holy Trinity Community Center Hall.
As a Glow Party, the event was geared toward children and their families. Doors opened at 6:00 p.m. and all in attendance were welcomed to enjoy the festivities until 9:00 p.m.
As people began arriving, they were welcomed by a Kids Knocking out Cancer team member, Landon, passing out glow sticks.
After paying an admission fee of five dollars, guests proceeded through the double doors covered with bright colored streamers into the hall.
Neon colored balloons and decorations were hung all over giving the perfect atmosphere for a Glow Party Dance.
GB Manufacturing of Delta paid for the hall rental and Coyote Sounds provided a full DJ for the evenings entertainment.
Tropical Smoothie donated one of the grand raffle prize of free smoothies for a year. Another donated grand prize was from Skyzone with four jumping passes.
Other raffle ticket prizes were themed baskets. Tickets were one dollar a piece for the baskets, and five dollars a piece for the grand prizes.
Kiddie food like hot dogs, mac and cheese, soft pretzels, candy and popcorn were available for purchase.
A face painting painting booth with vivid colors was offered to everyone for two tickets.
Games created by the Kids Knocking out Cancer team were a big hit with the young ones.
Lindsay can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org