GAMES FOR CHANGE 2013FARMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL – APRIL 19/20, 2013
The event got started at 10 p.m. on a Friday Night.
The first stop was team check in!Note that students are taking the registrations.
FHS Youth Development Committee members organized the eventswith support from Marianne Feely, Farmington Community Educati...
The first event was a sandwich making activity for the Farmington FoodShelf. Rotary Club Members helped get the tables rea...
Then it was time to team up and make some sandwiches.
These were boxed up by volunteers and sent to theFarmington Food Shelf.
Students counted up the non-perishable food donations. A new recordwas set with over 3000 items collected.
A student led “Soles4Souls” Shoe Drive also brought in thousands ofshoes that will be repurposed for use.
GAME TIME! Teams got in the spirit and played Volleyball, Dodge Balland Floor Hockey.
Super large tournament boards tracked the activities.
Teams played 12 minute games in the tournament format! There were34 total teams of eight players. (272 students)
FHS teaching staff also got in the act with a team. The FarmingtonRotary also put together a team.
Memories made and thousands of people helped duringone night of fun at Farmington High School!
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  1. 1. GAMES FOR CHANGE 2013FARMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL – APRIL 19/20, 2013
  2. 2. The event got started at 10 p.m. on a Friday Night.
  3. 3. The first stop was team check in!Note that students are taking the registrations.
  4. 4. FHS Youth Development Committee members organized the eventswith support from Marianne Feely, Farmington Community Education.
  5. 5. The first event was a sandwich making activity for the Farmington FoodShelf. Rotary Club Members helped get the tables ready.
  6. 6. Then it was time to team up and make some sandwiches.
  7. 7. These were boxed up by volunteers and sent to theFarmington Food Shelf.
  8. 8. Students counted up the non-perishable food donations. A new recordwas set with over 3000 items collected.
  9. 9. A student led “Soles4Souls” Shoe Drive also brought in thousands ofshoes that will be repurposed for use.
  10. 10. GAME TIME! Teams got in the spirit and played Volleyball, Dodge Balland Floor Hockey.
  11. 11. Super large tournament boards tracked the activities.
  12. 12. Teams played 12 minute games in the tournament format! There were34 total teams of eight players. (272 students)
  13. 13. FHS teaching staff also got in the act with a team. The FarmingtonRotary also put together a team.
  14. 14. Memories made and thousands of people helped duringone night of fun at Farmington High School!
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