Weather shines on carnival

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KEKAHA — The weather cooperated as St. Theresa School unwrapped its 2018 version of the annual carnival over the weekend.

“This is the best weather we’ve had in the past few weeks,” said Wendy Castillo, St. Theresa School principal. “We send our thoughts and prayers to all those who suffered from the floods.”

Rhoda Libre, the program’s emcee, added that supplies left over following the two-day event will be sent to flood relief agencies to help people in their respective recovery efforts.

Proceeds from the annual carnival are used for the school’s operational costs, Castillo said. Additionally, funds are used for the school’s enrichment programs such as gardening, Spanish classes, and more.

“Enrollment is rising at St. Theresa School, so this is good,” Castillo said.


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