Published on Wednesday, 08 January 2014 09:28
The annual KES fish fry drew an exceptionally large crowd Friday evening, Jan. 3, to Generations Ballroom. The annual fundraiser is for fifth- and sixth-grade class field trips. This year, donations were accepted for Evelyn Stone, the 16-month-old granddaughter of retired KES teacher Dode Klein. The winds were howling, and temps were dropping faster, but 474 people came out for the fish fry and benefit. Thank you to all the students, teachers and parents who worked hard to make this a success, and to Generations Ballroom for their staff and facilities.
The KES fish fry was Friday evening, Jan. 3, at Generations Ballroom. The annual event is put on by fifth- and sixth-graders at Kimball Elementary, their teachers, and their parents, to raise money for their field trips. At left, KES dads are busy battering and frying the fish, trying to keep up with demand.