Almost Anything Goes at Belhaven

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Spanish teacher Erica Coombs races to the finish in the balloon race.
Belhaven Middle School hosted its 13th annual Almost Anything Goes event Wednesday evening, April 4. The upbeat, creative activities featured games and contests in which students, alumni and staff joined forces to win relay races, along with team-building competitions, trivia contests and more. The event is a culmination of cooperative leadership activities throughout the year that are part of the Jostens Renaissance character education program.

Photos by Laura Stetser 

Members of the red team cheer on their teammates during one of the wacky races.  

Sixth-graders Megan Bozzi, left, who is 11, and Molly O’Shea, 12, enjoy a break in the action together even though they are on competing teams.  

A balloon-popping race is just one of the energetic events.  


Fifth-grader Christian Pailleret, 11, calls out to other participants from the bleachers while his team takes a break.  

Students, alumni, parents and staff gather at Belhaven Middle School Wednesday, April 4 for the school’s 13th annual Almost Anything Goes event.  


Eighth-grader Brad Meister, 14, runs the last leg of the rubber chicken relay race.  

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