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]'AGE 1! " TTY S EV-W FFA fruit sale The Eden Valley-Watkins FFA chapter is holding its annual fruit sale. Students will be sell- ing until Nov. 14. Fruit, cheese, and meats will be delivered mid-December. Please call Mrs. Huhn at the high school if you would like a student to contact you, (320) 453-2900 ext. 1131. Thanks again for your support of our FFA chapter. Mrs. Tracy Huhn " EV-W FFA Advisor ECFE Harvest parties The Early Childhood and Family Education program at EV-W and Kimball held Harvest parties last week for ECFE students and their families. There were crafts, like carving pumpkins or (above) pounding golf tees into pumpkins, and making paper hats; and activities in the gym (right). And, of course, a Harvest- themed snack time with pretzels and Honeycrisp apples. These photos were taken at the EV-W ECFE party at Watkins Elementary School Monday, Oct. 28. The Kimball ECFE party was Tuesday, Oct. 29. Staff photos by.lean Doran Matua. HARVEST Thursday Nov. 7, 7 pm EV-W Schools Thursday, November 7, 2013 IMPACT Family Fitness Night brings fun, games, fitness Monday, Oct. 21, IMPACT losted a Family Fitness Night at the Eden Valley Elementary School. We played games, set up an obstacle course, and served a healthy meal for families. Every child also received a fitness prize. Thank you to everyone who par- ticipated. Our event was spon- sored in part with a grant from the Meeker Cooperative Electric Trust. Thank you for helping make this fun family event possible. Submitted photos EV-W Halloween paracl, e The annual Halloween parade was held at both the Watkins Elementary School and the EV-W Elementary School in Eden Valley Thursday afternoon, Oct. 31. Ghouls and goblins (photos along the right side of this page) paradedthe halls with their classes and teachers (below), as family members lined the halls to watch (above). Each group stopped in other classrooms as they paraded through the school. Halloween parties in each classroom followed the parade. Staff photos by Jean Doran Matua.