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The snow and cold temperatures did not deter community members from enjoying the 11th annual Christmas Carnival, hosted at the Crossroads Community Church in Evart. Throughout Saturday afternoon, families could enjoy carnival games, wagon rides, face painting, a book walk and performances. Youngsters in attendance also could enjoy pony rides, participate in crafts and meet Santa at the depot building. (Pictured) Sarah Bailey helps children create their Christmas-themed ornaments. (Herald Review photos/Meghan Gunther-Haas)
Underneath a tent, carnival attendees could play various games, including one in which they demonstrated their strength. Braxtin Andrews uses a hammer to try and make a bell ring before moving on to the next activity.