Old-fashioned fun


Raelyn Jones, left, 6, daughter of Kristin and Brandon Jones, and Callista Johnson, 5, both of Sidney, daughter of Kimberly and Kevin Johnson, take part in a sack race. The sack race was one of many outdoor activities Whittier Elementary students took part in Tuesday, May 16, for Fun and Field Day. Kids also blew bubbles, played in a bounce house and ran an obstacle course. Sidney High School Business Professionals of America students volunteered their help. The event was sponsored by the Whittier PTO.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Raelyn Jones, left, 6, daughter of Kristin and Brandon Jones, and Callista Johnson, 5, both of Sidney, daughter of Kimberly and Kevin Johnson, take part in a sack race. The sack race was one of many outdoor activities Whittier Elementary students took part in Tuesday, May 16, for Fun and Field Day. Kids also blew bubbles, played in a bounce house and ran an obstacle course. Sidney High School Business Professionals of America students volunteered their help. The event was sponsored by the Whittier PTO.

Raelyn Jones, left, 6, daughter of Kristin and Brandon Jones, and Callista Johnson, 5, both of Sidney, daughter of Kimberly and Kevin Johnson, take part in a sack race. The sack race was one of many outdoor activities Whittier Elementary students took part in Tuesday, May 16, for Fun and Field Day. Kids also blew bubbles, played in a bounce house and ran an obstacle course. Sidney High School Business Professionals of America students volunteered their help. The event was sponsored by the Whittier PTO.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/05/web1_SDN051717SackRace.jpgRaelyn Jones, left, 6, daughter of Kristin and Brandon Jones, and Callista Johnson, 5, both of Sidney, daughter of Kimberly and Kevin Johnson, take part in a sack race. The sack race was one of many outdoor activities Whittier Elementary students took part in Tuesday, May 16, for Fun and Field Day. Kids also blew bubbles, played in a bounce house and ran an obstacle course. Sidney High School Business Professionals of America students volunteered their help. The event was sponsored by the Whittier PTO. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News