The Fall Carnival is a night full of food, music and activities. The festivities were held at Texas A & M University – Kingsville down University Blvd. on October 12, 2016. The Carnival had different organizations raising money, families from the community and music throughout the night.
Any normal college student has homework, test and projects to study and put together. The carnival serves as a place to relax and have one night off. “I had a great time enjoying the food, music and much needed fun time with friends and family,” said Ana Karen Villanueva, an Animal Science major.Many organizations use this event to raise funds for their organization.
”Everything is going pretty good, there is another organization selling [the same thing] but we have lots of girls out here and we love what we do and we are happy for what we are doing it for,” says Ashley Palacios, the Fundraising Chairman for Alpha Sigma Alpha, “we will be using the funds from this event for scholarships and promoting education.”
The lady’s of Alpha Sigma Alpha were selling bacon wrapped hotdogs because, “everyone loves bacon.” When you walk throughout the fall carnival you not only see students, family and faculty but you also see cute dogs being walked around. The Veterinary Technology club was out supporting man’s best friends by selling dog pup-cakes, treats and toys.
“It’s been going really well our stuff has been selling well,” says Heather Gleason, a Veterinary Technology Major, “we are the Veterinary technology club our lives are surrounded by animals and everyone loves to give their pets treats … and it seemed like a perfect match.”