Jonesville Elementary hosts winter festival


The Anderson family enjoys the fun-filled family night at the Jonesville Elementary School winter festival. Here, Aiden Anderson, 3, tries to build a snowman using only wrapping paper tubes while brother Luke and mom and dad Jodie and Matthew Anderson watch. Jonesville Elementary teacher assistant Amanda Stewart mans her station at the game. This year the town of Jonesville partnered with Jonesville Elementary and did things a little different. Instead of the fall festival, the group decided on a winter wonderland festival. The entire theme including all the games the little ones played had a frozen feel to it. From snowman melt and wanna build a snowman obstacles to the marshmallow toss and the snow ball golf game; Anna, Elsa and Olaf were a big hit. Heather Harrell, fifth-grade teacher at Jonesville Elementary, said, “The festival proceeds would be a PTO fundraiser. They will appropriate the proceeds where needed the most I believe.” Harrell was in charge of one of the many games at the festival.


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This year the town of Jonesville partnered with Jonesville Elementary and did things a little different. Instead of the fall festival, the group decided on a winter wonderland festival. The entire theme including all the games the little ones played had a frozen feel to it. From snowman melt and wanna build a snowman obstacles to the marshmallow toss and the snow ball golf game; Anna, Elsa and Olaf were a big hit. Heather Harrell, fifth-grade teacher at Jonesville Elementary, said, “The festival proceeds would be a PTO fundraiser. They will appropriate the proceeds where needed the most I believe.” Harrell was in charge of one of the many games at the festival.


Holly Lamm | The Tribune

Kindergarten teacher Dawn Poston paints faces of Adeline and sister Katherine Molina while mom Teresa Molina looks on. Adeline, a fifth-grade student at Jonesville Elementary, chose a “Walking Dead” character while sister Katherine, a second-grade student, chose a dalmatian face.


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Carrie Roberts, EC teacher, and Kayla Chilton, fourth-grade teacher at Jonesville Elementary, spray color and glitter hair for five tickets per student. It was a huge success for boys and girls. Several green mohawks could be found roaming the halls.


Holly Lamm | The Tribune

Jonesville resident and mother of two Jonesville Elementary students Jennifer Bryant face paints at the school’s winter festival.


Holly Lamm | The Tribune

Jonesville resident Laura Nixon concentrates on her silent auction bid during the Jonesville Elementary School winter festival Friday.


Holly Lamm | The Tribune

Parker Allen and mom Brittany Allen of Boonville are caught playing the snowman melt while prekindergarten teachers Marty Nixon, Sheila Simpson and friend Renee Hartman man the game.


Holly Lamm | The Tribune

Matthew Whitaker serves slushies while other Jonesville Business Association members Anita Darnell, Joyce Wright, Regina Adkins and Debra Clark serve popcorn, candy, nachos, pizza, drinks and goodies to the large crowd Friday at Jonesville Elementary School’s winter festival.


Holly Lamm | The Tribune

The Anderson family enjoys the fun-filled family night at the Jonesville Elementary School winter festival. Here, Aiden Anderson, 3, tries to build a snowman using only wrapping paper tubes while brother Luke and mom and dad Jodie and Matthew Anderson watch. Jonesville Elementary teacher assistant Amanda Stewart mans her station at the game. This year the town of Jonesville partnered with Jonesville Elementary and did things a little different. Instead of the fall festival, the group decided on a winter wonderland festival. The entire theme including all the games the little ones played had a frozen feel to it. From snowman melt and wanna build a snowman obstacles to the marshmallow toss and the snow ball golf game; Anna, Elsa and Olaf were a big hit. Heather Harrell, fifth-grade teacher at Jonesville Elementary, said, “The festival proceeds would be a PTO fundraiser. They will appropriate the proceeds where needed the most I believe.” Harrell was in charge of one of the many games at the festival.

This year the town of Jonesville partnered with Jonesville Elementary and did things a little different. Instead of the fall festival, the group decided on a winter wonderland festival. The entire theme including all the games the little ones played had a frozen feel to it. From snowman melt and wanna build a snowman obstacles to the marshmallow toss and the snow ball golf game; Anna, Elsa and Olaf were a big hit. Heather Harrell, fifth-grade teacher at Jonesville Elementary, said, “The festival proceeds would be a PTO fundraiser. They will appropriate the proceeds where needed the most I believe.” Harrell was in charge of one of the many games at the festival.

Kindergarten teacher Dawn Poston paints faces of Adeline and sister Katherine Molina while mom Teresa Molina looks on. Adeline, a fifth-grade student at Jonesville Elementary, chose a “Walking Dead” character while sister Katherine, a second-grade student, chose a dalmatian face.

Carrie Roberts, EC teacher, and Kayla Chilton, fourth-grade teacher at Jonesville Elementary, spray color and glitter hair for five tickets per student. It was a huge success for boys and girls. Several green mohawks could be found roaming the halls.

Jonesville resident and mother of two Jonesville Elementary students Jennifer Bryant face paints at the school’s winter festival.

Jonesville resident Laura Nixon concentrates on her silent auction bid during the Jonesville Elementary School winter festival Friday.

Parker Allen and mom Brittany Allen of Boonville are caught playing the snowman melt while prekindergarten teachers Marty Nixon, Sheila Simpson and friend Renee Hartman man the game.

Matthew Whitaker serves slushies while other Jonesville Business Association members Anita Darnell, Joyce Wright, Regina Adkins and Debra Clark serve popcorn, candy, nachos, pizza, drinks and goodies to the large crowd Friday at Jonesville Elementary School’s winter festival.

The Anderson family enjoys the fun-filled family night at the Jonesville Elementary School winter festival. Here, Aiden Anderson, 3, tries to build a snowman using only wrapping paper tubes while brother Luke and mom and dad Jodie and Matthew Anderson watch. Jonesville Elementary teacher assistant Amanda Stewart mans her station at the game. This year the town of Jonesville partnered with Jonesville Elementary and did things a little different. Instead of the fall festival, the group decided on a winter wonderland festival. The entire theme including all the games the little ones played had a frozen feel to it. From snowman melt and wanna build a snowman obstacles to the marshmallow toss and the snow ball golf game; Anna, Elsa and Olaf were a big hit. Heather Harrell, fifth-grade teacher at Jonesville Elementary, said, “The festival proceeds would be a PTO fundraiser. They will appropriate the proceeds where needed the most I believe.” Harrell was in charge of one of the many games at the festival.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Aiden-Anderson.jpgThe Anderson family enjoys the fun-filled family night at the Jonesville Elementary School winter festival. Here, Aiden Anderson, 3, tries to build a snowman using only wrapping paper tubes while brother Luke and mom and dad Jodie and Matthew Anderson watch. Jonesville Elementary teacher assistant Amanda Stewart mans her station at the game. This year the town of Jonesville partnered with Jonesville Elementary and did things a little different. Instead of the fall festival, the group decided on a winter wonderland festival. The entire theme including all the games the little ones played had a frozen feel to it. From snowman melt and wanna build a snowman obstacles to the marshmallow toss and the snow ball golf game; Anna, Elsa and Olaf were a big hit. Heather Harrell, fifth-grade teacher at Jonesville Elementary, said, “The festival proceeds would be a PTO fundraiser. They will appropriate the proceeds where needed the most I believe.” Harrell was in charge of one of the many games at the festival. Holly Lamm | The Tribune

This year the town of Jonesville partnered with Jonesville Elementary and did things a little different. Instead of the fall festival, the group decided on a winter wonderland festival. The entire theme including all the games the little ones played had a frozen feel to it. From snowman melt and wanna build a snowman obstacles to the marshmallow toss and the snow ball golf game; Anna, Elsa and Olaf were a big hit. Heather Harrell, fifth-grade teacher at Jonesville Elementary, said, “The festival proceeds would be a PTO fundraiser. They will appropriate the proceeds where needed the most I believe.” Harrell was in charge of one of the many games at the festival.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Heather-Harrell.jpgThis year the town of Jonesville partnered with Jonesville Elementary and did things a little different. Instead of the fall festival, the group decided on a winter wonderland festival. The entire theme including all the games the little ones played had a frozen feel to it. From snowman melt and wanna build a snowman obstacles to the marshmallow toss and the snow ball golf game; Anna, Elsa and Olaf were a big hit. Heather Harrell, fifth-grade teacher at Jonesville Elementary, said, “The festival proceeds would be a PTO fundraiser. They will appropriate the proceeds where needed the most I believe.” Harrell was in charge of one of the many games at the festival. Holly Lamm | The Tribune

Kindergarten teacher Dawn Poston paints faces of Adeline and sister Katherine Molina while mom Teresa Molina looks on. Adeline, a fifth-grade student at Jonesville Elementary, chose a “Walking Dead” character while sister Katherine, a second-grade student, chose a dalmatian face.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Poston.jpgKindergarten teacher Dawn Poston paints faces of Adeline and sister Katherine Molina while mom Teresa Molina looks on. Adeline, a fifth-grade student at Jonesville Elementary, chose a “Walking Dead” character while sister Katherine, a second-grade student, chose a dalmatian face. Holly Lamm | The Tribune

Carrie Roberts, EC teacher, and Kayla Chilton, fourth-grade teacher at Jonesville Elementary, spray color and glitter hair for five tickets per student. It was a huge success for boys and girls. Several green mohawks could be found roaming the halls.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_20160304_184510.jpgCarrie Roberts, EC teacher, and Kayla Chilton, fourth-grade teacher at Jonesville Elementary, spray color and glitter hair for five tickets per student. It was a huge success for boys and girls. Several green mohawks could be found roaming the halls. Holly Lamm | The Tribune

Jonesville resident and mother of two Jonesville Elementary students Jennifer Bryant face paints at the school’s winter festival.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Jennifer-B.jpgJonesville resident and mother of two Jonesville Elementary students Jennifer Bryant face paints at the school’s winter festival. Holly Lamm | The Tribune

Jonesville resident Laura Nixon concentrates on her silent auction bid during the Jonesville Elementary School winter festival Friday.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Laura-Nixon-bids_resized.jpgJonesville resident Laura Nixon concentrates on her silent auction bid during the Jonesville Elementary School winter festival Friday. Holly Lamm | The Tribune

Parker Allen and mom Brittany Allen of Boonville are caught playing the snowman melt while prekindergarten teachers Marty Nixon, Sheila Simpson and friend Renee Hartman man the game.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_20160304_185206.jpgParker Allen and mom Brittany Allen of Boonville are caught playing the snowman melt while prekindergarten teachers Marty Nixon, Sheila Simpson and friend Renee Hartman man the game. Holly Lamm | The Tribune

Matthew Whitaker serves slushies while other Jonesville Business Association members Anita Darnell, Joyce Wright, Regina Adkins and Debra Clark serve popcorn, candy, nachos, pizza, drinks and goodies to the large crowd Friday at Jonesville Elementary School’s winter festival.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_20160304_183529_resized.jpgMatthew Whitaker serves slushies while other Jonesville Business Association members Anita Darnell, Joyce Wright, Regina Adkins and Debra Clark serve popcorn, candy, nachos, pizza, drinks and goodies to the large crowd Friday at Jonesville Elementary School’s winter festival. Holly Lamm | The Tribune
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