Lions Club brings smiles to WOS students
Some West Orange-Stark students were treated to a less crowded time at the Orange Lions Club Charity Carnival Thursday morning.
Students from West Orange-Stark Middle School and the North Early Learning Center had the opportunity to try out some of the carnival rides, lunch on hot dogs and play a few games while the park was closed to the public.
Some retired members of the Orange Lions Club were on hand to man the rides. Pam Scales Crew said the day went well enough that they will probably do it again next year, inviting more schools.
“Seeing the smiles, that’s why we do it,” said Orange Lions President Stump Weatherford.
The carnival continues through Saturday, opening at 6 p.m. each evening. Admission is $2 for adults, $1 for teens and free for children 12 and under.