More than 300 people attended Pulaski Family Fun Night at Lura Sharp Elementary recently.
The annual event brings in organizations like the United Friends of Homeless Animals, the Child Advocacy Center, the Kallet Theater, Oswego County Opportunities and so many more who each host their own entertaining and informational booths for the students.
First grader Sakura Ryder assisted her troop leader in raising the interest of young girls at the Girl Scouts booth.
“I like being in the girl scouts,” said Ryder. “I get to do fun games and crafts!”
The theme was “Happy 75th Birthday to Our School.”
Children could decorate a paper candle and add their creation to the birthday cake backdrop at the photo booth, and then get their picture taken.
Students enjoyed a bounce house, balloon darts and even “pin the mustache on the devil.”
Dunkin’ Donuts provided doughnuts that children could frost themselves and the Tops Friendly Markets booth let students spin a wheel for prizes like noisemakers.