Far left, King Daniel Bowman and Queen Sydney Wimberly; center, Prince Remington Shields and Princess Olivia Montalvo; and right, Duke Carson Altum and Duchess Briley Randall are crowned during Coronation for Fall Festival at Graford school last week. (Mark Engebretson)
Scarecrow Brailee Hall, with her mother, Kourtnie Hall, enters the costume contest held during Graford s Fall Festival last week. (Stacy Rollins)
Graford's Fall Festival provided an array of activities for attendees including coronation, a costume contest and carnival booths held last Friday at Graford school.
Coronation began with Elementary School Principal Wes Corzine announcing participants as they walked onto the stage. Thereafter, the task of crowning commenced. Winners were chosen by student vote.
Kindergartners Carson Altum and Briley Randall were crowned as Duke and Duchess.
Seventh graders Remington Shields and Olivia Montalvo were crowned as Prince and Princess.
Seniors Daniel Bowman and Sydney Wimberly were named King and Queen.
A diverse assortment of costumes were displayed for judges of that contest. The judges were Carla Brantley, Leslie Hutton and Teresa Montalvo.
Costume contestants, first- through third-grade division, await an announcement from judges to declare winners at the Graford Fall Festival last week.
Approximately 60 contestants competed for costume awards.
Winners were chosen based on creativity within each age or grade division.
Held within classrooms, carnival booths accepted tickets to participate in dart throwing, fishing and a ring toss, as well as other games, for prizes.
Contestants, in the fourth- through fifth-grade division, display an array of costumes for the costume contest at Graford s Fall Festival last week. (Stacy Rollins)