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Students Anticipate 2nd Annual Falcon Fair

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The second annual Falcon Fair is here!

The second annual Falcon Fair is here!

The second annual Falcon Fair is here!

Ka Leo Staff, Student Life

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The second annual Falcon Fair is on its way with mixed reactions from Kalani students.

“I’m kinda excited,” junior Kaden Arias said. “Though I’ll probably end up leaving early. I don’t even know what’s there. I just know there’s a waterslide.”

The Falcon Fair, on Friday April 27 from 12:07 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. will have carnival games, prizes, music, a photo booth, food vendors, a dunk booth, and three inflatable 42-foot water slides. Photo by Ka Leo staff 2018.

The Falcon Fair, on Friday, April 27 from 12:07 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., will have carnival games, prizes, music, a photo booth, food vendors, a dunk booth, and three inflatable water slides — 27-feet, 36-feet and 42-feet tall!

The first-ever Falcon Fair was last year, on April 28, 2017.

Students expressed enthusiasm for the event, like freshman Ciera Lynn Shugart.

“I’ve seen posters around campus,” Shugart said. “I am most excited about the food.”

Japan Club is selling fried rice and brownies, the Class of 2019 Leadership is selling popcorn, juice, and water, and the FFA club is selling deep fried Oreos and shave ice. The Class of 2021 will be selling pizza and ice cream floats.

Food vendors will be located around the basketball courts and along the track.

Even teachers, such as Ms. Whang, are excited about the fair.

“I’m looking forward to seeing who is going to try to dunk me in the dunk booth,” she said.

Mr. Teraoka, Ms. Tang, Mr. Davis, Ms. Waialae, Ms. Miyahira, Mr. Okawa, Ms. Westbrook, Mr. Takamune, and Coach Racer are also slated to participate in the dunk booth. The dunk booth will be positioned near the basketball court on the athletic field.

On the other hand, there are many students who are unimpressed and not as eager to attend.

“I don’t really want to go,” sophomore Maya Kawana said. “I want to hang out with my friends instead.”

Others, like senior Vincent Wang and freshman David Lee, called the event “boring” and are opting not to attend.

Despite these reactions, students are still encouraged to enjoy the event.

“People should go to the Falcon Fair because there’s gonna be the world’s tallest inflatable water slide, that’s why,” KAS president Ryder Tanaka said. “There’s gonna be food and two other water slides. The prizes are pretty good- we’re going to have giant stuffed animals. Also the whole school is gonna be there.”

 

 

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