Fayette County Head Start celebrates 50 years


Fayette County Head Start, a program through the Community Action Commission of Fayette County, held its 50th anniversary celebration Friday at the Early Learning Center on U.S. 22. One attraction allowed kids to create wonderful works of art by rolling a ball or rod down a piece of white paper.


Children were surprised by several bounce houses and snow cones during the event.


A dunk tank further entertained the children by allowing them to dunk some of the volunteers for the facility.


Face painting, the Washington Police Department and other attractions helped to add to the celebration.


Fayette County Head Start, a program through the Community Action Commission of Fayette County, held its 50th anniversary celebration Friday at the Early Learning Center on U.S. 22. One attraction allowed kids to create wonderful works of art by rolling a ball or rod down a piece of white paper.

Children were surprised by several bounce houses and snow cones during the event.

A dunk tank further entertained the children by allowing them to dunk some of the volunteers for the facility.

Face painting, the Washington Police Department and other attractions helped to add to the celebration.

Fayette County Head Start, a program through the Community Action Commission of Fayette County, held its 50th anniversary celebration Friday at the Early Learning Center on U.S. 22. One attraction allowed kids to create wonderful works of art by rolling a ball or rod down a piece of white paper.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_FayetteEarlyLearningCenter1.jpgFayette County Head Start, a program through the Community Action Commission of Fayette County, held its 50th anniversary celebration Friday at the Early Learning Center on U.S. 22. One attraction allowed kids to create wonderful works of art by rolling a ball or rod down a piece of white paper.

Children were surprised by several bounce houses and snow cones during the event.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_FayetteEarlyLearningCenter2.jpgChildren were surprised by several bounce houses and snow cones during the event.

A dunk tank further entertained the children by allowing them to dunk some of the volunteers for the facility.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_FayetteEarlyLearningCenter3.jpgA dunk tank further entertained the children by allowing them to dunk some of the volunteers for the facility.

Face painting, the Washington Police Department and other attractions helped to add to the celebration.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_FayetteEarlyLearningCenter4.jpgFace painting, the Washington Police Department and other attractions helped to add to the celebration.
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