PHOTOS: New Humble Centre School hosts successful Indoor Winter Carnival

Younger kids were enjoying the carnival while older siblings went outside to enjoy the outdoor rink

Along with parent and community volunteers, this 2020 New Humble Centre School Indoor Winter Carnival would not have been as successful without the efforts by Leduc County. Andrea Oneski and Chelsea Abma delivered various games equipment to use for our event as well as Vanessa who helped the kids at various stations.(Photo credit: Megan Olynyk/Samantha Besler.)

Younger kids were enjoying the carnival while older siblings went outside to enjoy the outdoor rink

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