Community organizations contribute to East Middle School’s Fall Festival

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BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Students, parents and community organizations all came together at East Middle School’s Fall Festival.

It was an evening of fall and Halloween activities for Binghamton’s middle schoolers and their families.

A photo booth, pumpkin painting and hay rides were just some of the attractions.

60 volunteers and 24 community agencies were there to contribute to the event.

Mothers and Babies Perinatal Network, Rise and Lourdes Dental were just some there to provide education and activities for attendees.

“There’s the teachers who help us with our education, and there’s the parents that are a part of that and they take care of us,” says Adalys Barron, 6th grade.

“I think that it’s important for them to all be together,” adds Alicionna Marsh, 6th grade.

Cortland Prevention Services set up an event for the adults too- a mock bedroom to teach parents where their kids may be stashing drugs.

David Caya

David Caya

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