Kids have fun at Betsy Young scholarship fund carnival

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Bill and Jocelyn Westerman and their son Gavyn, 11, all of Ocean City, pose as zombies in a carnival cutout made by artists Nancy Palermo and Sue Rau, both of Ocean City, during the Betsy Young Memorial Fund Carnival at the Ocean City Intermediate School Saturday, Jan. 26. Bill and Jocelyn Westerman and their son Gavyn, 11, all of Ocean City, pose as zombies in a carnival cutout made by artists Nancy Palermo and Sue Rau, both of Ocean City, during the Betsy Young Memorial Fund Carnival at the Ocean City Intermediate School Saturday, Jan. 26.

Bill and Jocelyn Westerman and their son Gavyn, 11, all of Ocean City, pose as zombies in a carnival cutout made by artists Nancy Palermo and Sue Rau, both of Ocean City, during the Betsy Young Memorial Fund Carnival at the Ocean City Intermediate School Saturday, Jan. 26.

Dorothy Z., 9, of Ocean City, waits for the henna art to dry on her hand before heading to the next activity during Carnival at Ocean City Intermediate School Saturday, Jan. 26. The event was hosted by the Betsy Young Memorial Fund. Members of Ocean City High School’s Key Club and National Honor Society and members of Ocean City Girl Scout Troop 44090 volunteered to help with the festivities. Dorothy Z., 9, of Ocean City, waits for the henna art to dry on her hand before heading to the next activity during Carnival at Ocean City Intermediate School Saturday, Jan. 26. The event was hosted by the Betsy Young Memorial Fund. Members of Ocean City High School’s Key Club and National Honor Society and members of Ocean City Girl Scout Troop 44090 volunteered to help with the festivities.

Summer R., 9, of Ocean City, gets henna art done on her hand by Christina Moukhlis of Ocean View. Summer R., 9, of Ocean City, gets henna art done on her hand by Christina Moukhlis of Ocean View.

Sarah Gardner, 14, and Devon Raab, 14, both of Ocean City, enjoy cotton candy as they walk around the Carnival. Sarah Gardner, 14, and Devon Raab, 14, both of Ocean City, enjoy cotton candy as they walk around the Carnival.

Nate Davis, 8, of Ocean City, sings and dances to the music, provided by D.J. Bill Lynskey of Northfield, while Madeline Lynskey, 9, of Northfield, Nicole Renteria, 16, of Seaville, Lauren Burch, 16, of Seaville, and Lauren Vetter, 16, of Ocean City, dance along with him. Nate Davis, 8, of Ocean City, sings and dances to the music, provided by D.J. Bill Lynskey of Northfield, while Madeline Lynskey, 9, of Northfield, Nicole Renteria, 16, of Seaville, Lauren Burch, 16, of Seaville, and Lauren Vetter, 16, of Ocean City, dance along with him.

Ocean City Intermediate School students have fun during the Carnival. Ocean City Intermediate School students have fun during the Carnival.

Sarita Charap, 16, of Ocean City and Girl Scout Troop 44090, makes a ball of cotton candy for the next customer with Jordan Sedotti, 16, of Marmora, while Courtney Thern, 16, of Ocean City, also with Girl Scout Troop 44090 and the National Honor Society, wait to hand out the sweet stuff. Sarita Charap, 16, of Ocean City and Girl Scout Troop 44090, makes a ball of cotton candy for the next customer with Jordan Sedotti, 16, of Marmora, while Courtney Thern, 16, of Ocean City, also with Girl Scout Troop 44090 and the National Honor Society, wait to hand out the sweet stuff.

Hadly Patterson, 16, of Ocean City, with Girl Scout Troop 44090 and Key Club, and Amanda Leonetti, 16, of Ocean City, with Girl Scout Troop 44090 and the National Honor Society, get a batch of popcorn ready. Hadly Patterson, 16, of Ocean City, with Girl Scout Troop 44090 and Key Club, and Amanda Leonetti, 16, of Ocean City, with Girl Scout Troop 44090 and the National Honor Society, get a batch of popcorn ready.

 

Savannah Gaffney, 5, of Corbin City, picks up a duck in the “Duck Pond” game to see how many tickets she will receive. Savannah Gaffney, 5, of Corbin City, picks up a duck in the “Duck Pond” game to see how many tickets she will receive.

Jim Smith of Ocean City watches his daughter Sarah, 2, play “Can Knock Down.” Jim Smith of Ocean City watches his daughter Sarah, 2, play “Can Knock Down.”

Brendan Smith, 5, of Ocean City, tries his hand at “Ring Toss” with the help of his grandmother Pat Smith of Ocean City. Brendan Smith, 5, of Ocean City, tries his hand at “Ring Toss” with the help of his grandmother Pat Smith of Ocean City.

Meghan Laverty, 17, and Amanda Leonetti, 16, both of Ocean City, and members of the National Honor Society, help Ahna M., 9, of Ocean City, pick out prizes. Meghan Laverty, 17, and Amanda Leonetti, 16, both of Ocean City, and members of the National Honor Society, help Ahna M., 9, of Ocean City, pick out prizes.

Amanda Cimpeann of Ocean City, creator of the Betsy Young Memorial Fund, gets ready to sing karaoke with Bailey Blumenstock, 18, of Ocean City, Ginni Szczepanski of Marmora, and Marilyn Gray of Ocean City with the help of D.J. Bill Lynskey of Northfield. Amanda Cimpeann of Ocean City, creator of the Betsy Young Memorial Fund, gets ready to sing karaoke with Bailey Blumenstock, 18, of Ocean City, Ginni Szczepanski of Marmora, and Marilyn Gray of Ocean City with the help of D.J. Bill Lynskey of Northfield.


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