Senior carnival will be this Saturday, Oct. 24 from 4 to 8 p.m.. The proceeds from the senior-led carnival will go towards prom in the spring. The largest revenue generator at the carnival will be bingo which will have prizes donated from businesses around Ketchikan.
According to senior advisers, a few things will be changed this year in order to make things easier, the commons and Auxiliary gym will be rearranged in order to make crowds flow more smoothly.
Also, in order to make food purchases easier, only cash will be accepted in order to buy food and drinks. Tickets will cost fifty cents with activities in the main gym costing two tickets and activities in the Aux gym costing one ticket, with the exception of face painting and balloons.