KHS expects big crowd for festival

KINGMAN - Come one, come all to Kingman High's Spring Fling Festival.

In what KHS hopes to be an annual tradition, the festival will run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday at Centennial Park.

"We're just hoping to get a good turnout," Jennifer Jackson said.

KHS is working with Kingman Parks and Recreation Department to present the festival in conjunction with the annual Easter Egg Hunt, which is at noon. The Easter Egg Hunt is expected to draw hundreds of participants.

The Spring Fling Festival will imitate a carnival with food and game booths created by several clubs at KHS featuring ring toss, jump houses, and arts and crafts. There is a main ticket booth where people can purchase tickets for 25 cents each.

There will also be a raffle by the student council with proceeds going toward the American Cancer Society's Annual Relay for Life.

For more information about the Spring Fling Festival, contact Jackson at (928) 692-6480, ext. 6485.