KIDFEST 2018

Published on October 2, 2018 4:07PM

Soroptimist Carol Corak helps Malia Mayhew “catch” a fish at the organization’s booth at Kidfest 2018 Friday. Prizes are gleaned throughout the year from donations to the Soroptimist Thrift Shop.

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Soroptimist Carol Corak helps Malia Mayhew “catch” a fish at the organization’s booth at Kidfest 2018 Friday. Prizes are gleaned throughout the year from donations to the Soroptimist Thrift Shop.

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Rhilynn Compton, left, and Cassie Harris work with Erin Taggert on a project involving Jenga blocks during Kidfest 2018 Friday at Cloverleaf Hall.

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Rhilynn Compton, left, and Cassie Harris work with Erin Taggert on a project involving Jenga blocks during Kidfest 2018 Friday at Cloverleaf Hall.

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Andrea Mildrexler, a volunteer for Wallowa County Local Community Advisory Council, explains the finer points of car seat safety to Jill Dougherty during Friday’s Kidfest 2018.

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Andrea Mildrexler, a volunteer for Wallowa County Local Community Advisory Council, explains the finer points of car seat safety to Jill Dougherty during Friday’s Kidfest 2018.

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Sorrin Bronson stacks Jenga blocks during Kidfest 2018 Friday at Cloverleaf Hall in Enterprise.

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Sorrin Bronson stacks Jenga blocks during Kidfest 2018 Friday at Cloverleaf Hall in Enterprise.

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Celina Roberge and Madysen Bronson react as Don Taggert activates an automatic lift on a gurney during Friday’s Kidfest 2018 at Cloverleaf Hall.

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Celina Roberge and Madysen Bronson react as Don Taggert activates an automatic lift on a gurney during Friday’s Kidfest 2018 at Cloverleaf Hall.

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Agnes Wilburn-Foster places stickers on a make-it, take-it project at the Building Healthy Families booth.

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Agnes Wilburn-Foster places stickers on a make-it, take-it project at the Building Healthy Families booth.

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Scarlet Alyse Shetler tries out the new bicycle she won at Kidfest 2018, sponsored by Building Healthy Families Friday. Mom Alyse Shetler looks on.

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Scarlet Alyse Shetler tries out the new bicycle she won at Kidfest 2018, sponsored by Building Healthy Families Friday. Mom Alyse Shetler looks on.

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Ridge Elliott has a blast with a card memory game during the 2018 Kidfest at Cloverleaf Hall Friday.

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Ridge Elliott has a blast with a card memory game during the 2018 Kidfest at Cloverleaf Hall Friday.

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More than 100 parents and 250 children packed into Cloverleaf Hall in Enterprise for Kidfest 2018, sponsored by Building Healthy Families. More than 20 booths offering everything from books to a chance to test spelling prowess were set up, a record for the event. Hot dogs and chili were on the menu, along with large doses of fun and laughter. A number of new bicycles and tricycles were given away as door prizes.















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