Photo Contributed By: Rebecca Sarno
On Saturday, October 10th, the Senior class met at Triadelphia Lake View Tree Farm from 5-7pm for a Fall Festival. This event was put together by the 2021 Class Board and the Parents of Centennial Seniors.
Students gathered at the farm in their flannels and masks to roast marshmallows and have a good time. There was a hayride, corn maze, a pumpkin patch and even goats!
“Fall fest was a lot of fun,” said Olivia Antonelli. “It was really nice to see my friends that I haven’t seen in a while.”
This senior gathering, like the Senior Sunrise, was advertised through social media; primarily on the class of 2021 Instagram account (centennialseniors21). The student group posted details of the Fall Fest two weeks in advance to raise awareness, announcing the date, time, and location of the event, as well as safety guidelines to ensure students wore masks and maintained social distancing. This announcement was reposted on numerous other student accounts to spread the news, which led to a safe and successful evening.
The Senior Class Board once again did a wonderful job organizing a fun and engaging gathering for the seniors! Stay tuned for more events by following centennialseniors21 on Instagram.
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