A pumpkin patch, carnival games and petting zoo were some of the attractions at the annual West High FFA Fall Festival Saturday morning at the school gardens. FFA members manned a petting zoo featuring a horse, turtle, chickens, goats and a rabbit for visitors to see while other students ran carnival games for children complete with prizes. A visitor could get pumpkin form the pumpkin patch and decorate it before leaving the festival. The Fall Festival is a fundraiser for the school’s FFA program and their activities through the year.

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