Clay County High School 2nd annual block party brings in over 600 - Clay County Free Press
Published On: Mon, Nov 4th, 2013

Clay County High School 2nd annual block party brings in over 600

Haunted House Caption: Michael Rhodes, Elizabeth Remias, Katie Coleman, Johnna Casey, Cassy Sampsone take part in haunted house.

Haunted House Caption: Michael Rhodes, Elizabeth Remias, Katie Coleman, Johnna Casey, Cassy Sampsone take part in haunted house.

Jaycee and Kinley Collins - daughters of Brian and Anissa Collins

Jaycee and Kinley Collins – daughters of Brian and Anissa Collins

Mason and Becca Hamrick. Mason teaches at Clay High and Becca teaches at Clay Elementary giving away a treasure chest of prizes for Cornhole at the block party.

Mason and Becca Hamrick. Mason teaches at Clay High and Becca teaches at Clay Elementary giving away a treasure chest of prizes for Cornhole at the block party.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By Amber Bass
100 Clay County High School students plus 150 parents/guardians equals a fun time for area children. 650 people were in attendance in all. The block party was packed with games, candy and an exciting haunted house organized by Clay band members. “This year we had some strong community support,” says Melinda Isaacs, principal. The following organizations sponsored tables that provided goodies to our children: Adolescent Health Initiative, Clay County Bank, Cunningham Motors, Clay County Health Dept., Clay Pharmacy, Girl Scouts of America, Mass Mutual, Tobacco Prevention, Unicare