Sedalia 200 Resource Fair Connects Families With Agencies
Almost 300 people turned out April 11 at the FEMA Building at Smith-Cotton Junior High for the annual Sedalia 200 Resource Fair.
District families were able to connect with support and outreach agencies, including C.A.C.T.U.S., Open Door and Boys and Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri. There were games and prizes for children and a free meal provided for all in attendance.
Photo 1: Heber Hunt Elementary student Joshua Rivera, 7, poses for a photo with the “Despicable Me” minions during the annual Sedalia School District 200 Resource Fair on April 11 in the FEMA Building at Smith-Cotton Junior High. S-C High theater students Buddy Boggs and Jacob Carver played the minions.
Photo 2: Aundrea Flores, 10, a student at Horace Mann Elementary, plays ring toss during the fair. Tickets won from playing the games could be redeemed for prizes.
Photo 3: Heber Hunt Elementary teacher Susan Couhig paints a minion eye on the forehead of Marco Martinez, 11, a Sedalia Middle School student, during the Resource Fair.
Photo 6: Families filled the FEMA Building at Smith-Cotton Junior High for the Sedalia 200 Resource Fair.