A Family Carnival

What makes a carnival great? It’s all about the senses, the action and the willful abandon. The annual Family Carnival held at Noble on September 15 had it all: the sounds of clapping for a game winner, the sight of colorful costumes and prizes, the smell of hot dogs and popcorn, the taste of cotton candy, and the touch of children and grandchildren Noble residents love so much. It was nonstop action and always in the air was the sense of something happy and unexpected about to happen. Kudos to the recreation department who always go just a bit overboard.

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