McIntosh business students hosting Oct. 26 Fall Festival to benefit animals

The business students of McIntosh High School are gearing up for their 7th Annual Fall Festival, and the 2019 edition is going to the dogs. The festival, which runs Saturday, October 26 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. inside the school gymnasium, will raise money to support rescue efforts at Royal Animal Refuge. 

The fall festival includes many fun attractions, like a putt-putt hole, laser tag, haunted hallway, Angry Birds catapult, basketball arcade, obstacle course, jump house, donut dangle, and more. 

Parents get free admission with purchase of a child’s ticket/wrist band. The one-time $10 wrist band purchase includes unlimited games, one face paint, one pumpkin paint, unlimited bouncy house and haunted hallway. Food, drinks, laser tag, and cake walk will be available at an additional price. 

Sponsors for the festival are More than Moonwalks, Johnna Lopez, Charles Johnson, Grasser and Associates, M&R Print Solutions, and La Hacienda of Newnan. 

Emmett is a Royal Animal Refuge alum, and he can’t wait to help out RAR with this year’s McIntosh Fall Festival Oct. 26. 

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