PHOTO GALLERY: Fun abounds at Shepard Stallion Stampede
Saturday, October 1, 2011 | 10:15 p.m. CDT
Children jump in an inflatable bounce house at the Shepard Stallion Stampede fundraiser on Saturday afternoon at Shepard Elementary School. The fundraiser typically brings in $10,000, which is used to pay for computers and improve the playground.
COLUMBIA — Shepard Elementary School played host Saturday afternoon to the ninth annual Shepard Stallion Stampede fundraiser. The fundraiser included activities, games and food. In the past, it has earned $10,000 for the school.
First-grade teacher Holly Snyder takes a victory lap Saturday after the tricycle race at the Shepard Stallion Stampede at Shepard Elementary School. This was the second consecutive year the tricycle race was included as an event. Faculty said the school included the race in this year's fundraiser because the children enjoyed it so much last year.
Holly Snyder curls cotton candy Saturday afternoon at Shepard Elementary School. In addition to making food, Snyder competed in the tricycle race at the Shepard Stallion Stampede fundraiser.
Ethan Yonke, 8, left, sits in shame after losing to a pillow fight against Jack Burton, 6, on Saturday afternoon at the Shepard Stallion Stampede fundraiser at Shepard Elementary School. This is the ninth annual fundraiser for the school. It included several activities and prizes for students.
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