Millet Winter Carnival

Pipestone Flyer

On Sunday, December 07, 2014 Millet held the second year of its Winter Carnival.

At 10:00 am, the Millet Agriplex was filling with participants, volunteers, families, friends and Santa. The day started with a Carnival put on by the New Edge Skating Club of Millet. While the carnival was going on, you could participate in a bake sale and silent auction in the lobby. Upstairs in the Banquet room was a large supply of short bread cookies just waiting to be decorated by children of all ages. Also on display were ginger bread houses and trees decorated with food and accessories.

After the festivities were over for the morning, the afternoon provided the public with free public skating, hay rides, a bonfire and hot chocolate. With the weather cooperating, this was a day of fun and frolic for all ages.

Pictured: Being such a busy day for Santa, the Lions Club provided some elves to help him with his tight schedule. Lions’ member, Zella Gardiner, and Santa. Photo by Pat Garrett

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