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Annual Fall Fun Festival helps Kans for Kids
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The 10th Annual Fall Fun Festival for Kans for Kids, hosted by the Kyle Kasselman family, is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 20, from 1-5 p.m. at the Kasselman Farm. To get to the Kasselman Farm, drive 3 miles west of Claflin to the Camp Aldrich Blacktop, 1 mile south and 1/4 mile east.
Deb Reif, director of Kans for Kids, notes the Foundation is celebrating an anniversary as well – 21 years of providing emotional and financial support to families living with childhood cancer.
“The Fall Fun Festival was the brainchild of Kylee Kasselman for her 8th birthday and has grown tremendously over the past 10 years,” Reif said. Just a few of the features are a petting zoo, clowns, pumpkins and gourds for sale, five inflatable bounce houses, sack races, tattoos, barrel train rides, a hay jump, horse drawn wagon rides, horse rides, pony cart rides, paintball shoot and face painting. Concessions will also be available.
The representatives of Kans for Kids note that this wonderful event is a gift from one Barton County family, offering families the chance to have fun together in a beautiful rural setting. What a great way to start the fall season.