Carnival and concert

On Oct. 31, the CORE office will host the Fall Carnival and Concert in the All Purpose Room at the Virgil Hensen Activities Center.

There will be toys, prizes, and candy to give out to the kids of the community.

“The carnival is hosted by the CORE office, but it is the organizations around campus that actually come out and put up the activities for the kids,” CORE Student Consultant Brianna Moore said. “There will be hair painting, fishing games, etc.”The carnival is completely free and is open for the community children of the ages of 12 and under.

“It’s for any of the surrounding communities,” Moore said. “But anyone is welcome to come. Many of the students that are helping out are going to dress up too.”

If any of the students were to come to the carnival, they are allowed to dress up, said Moore.

“There will also be a concert that will start at 8 and will end at 10, featuring country singer Natalie Stovall,” Moore said.

Junior CORE consultant Keagan Folkerts, said this will be her first year helping out and being in the Fall Carnival.

“It’s a good way to help out and get our campus noticed,” Folkerts said. “It lets people know that we care about the community.”

The Fall Carnival will be from 6-8 p.m for the community. The Fall Concert is open to WT students and will begin at 8 p.m.