Puster was a Fluster-Free Zone

Puster was a Fluster-Free Zone

April 27, 2018 – Puster Elementary was a-buzz with a fleet of golf carts zipping around delivering Puster Leopard families, and their camping gear, from their vehicles to the check-in desk. 188 families were registered for the first annual Puster campus campout. 

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Puster Principal, Kevin Parker, said, “I'm most looking forward to the excitement I hope to see when the kids walk out back and see all of the fun they are going to have that evening.”

Parker said that once at the event, everything was included in the price, “We didn't want anyone to pay anything after they are at the event.”

Pockets of memory making moments were forming simultaneously across the playground/campground. Families assembled their camp-sites, shirts were colored for the glow party, students took their turn on the mechanical bull ride, Fairview firemen prepared the bonfires, animals were pet in the petting zoo, music performers prepared for performances and so much more. A welcome announcement was given, that might not ever be given elsewhere, “Welcome to camp! The campfire is going and you can roast your s’mores past the Hungry Hippos.” Campers of all ages were fluster-free and quick to smile, laugh and enjoy the night.

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