SCHROON LAKE - The class of 2009 hosted Mountainside Christian Academy's annual Family Fun Night as a western-themed carnival recently.
The event raised money for the senior trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C., during spring break.
There were more than 20 carnival-style games, costing 10, 25 or 50 cents each.
Games included mini-golf, memory, hat toss, table soccer, fishing, maze, darts, face painting, cakewalk and many more.
Guests could have individuals of their choice arrested and put in jail at any time throughout the night for crimes such as laughing too hard, not eating their vegetables or losing their keys.
Tickets were given to all game participants, which were redeemable at the prize table. Hundreds of prizes were available for the children to choose from, ranging from penny candy to light-up princess crowns and super soakers.
A rodeo menu of hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, french fries, baked beans and soda was also available for purchase.
The event attracted about 200 people and $500 was raised in support of the senior class.