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Key Food teams up with P.S. 154

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Continuing a long−standing partnership with Public School 154, the Windsor Terrace Key Food on Prospect Avenue joined in helping the PTA of the school to have another successful annual “spring fling.”

The annual event provides fun and entertainment for the local community, as well as raising funds for the PTA. Key Food provides food, beverages, and staff to the festival, with all proceeds donated to the PTA.

The festival included pony rides, games and crafts, the annual PS 154 dunk tank challenge and other children’s rides. There was also live music all day long including performances by Pete Sinjin & Friends with Dan Vonnegut, The PS 154 chorus, and Jennifer Sirey & Emily Eagen.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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