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Shiloh’s first family fun night was real “cool”!

Students, teachers, and parents enjoy Shiloh's first family fun night!

Shiloh’s first PTA Family Night of the school year was a rousing success. Just Chillin’ hosted the festivities and was gracious enough to donate a certain percentage of all proceeds to the Shiloh PTA. Hundreds of Shiloh students, parents and staff were in attendance to eat frozen yogurt and socialize. The big draw of the night, however, was the frozen yogurt eating contest. Mr. Timothy Burke looked like a professional eating contestant as he inhaled a plate of “mocha” frozen yogurt. He bested Mrs. Carrie Ganc, Mr. Michael Roy, and Mrs. Renee Perrone to take the 4:00 PM eating contest. At the beginning of the 7:00 PM eating contest, Mrs. Heather Brown, a third grade teacher, found enjoyment in the facial expressions of Mr. Scott Spencer. He was reacting to the absence of a spoon to eat his frozen yogurt!

However, Mr. Spencer took off his tie and dove face first into his plate of frozen yogurt. Mrs. Stacey Hea, Mrs. Boyles, and Mrs. Jessica Klutz all tried to keep up, but the crowd cheered him to victory. Mrs. Stephanie Kincaid, a first grade teacher, marveled at how the crowd went wild when Mr. Spencer won.

Mr. Burke, a fifth grade teacher and winner of the first eating contest, has suggested a frozen yogurt face-off between the two champions. Something tells us that this face-off will come to fruition at some point during the school year!

The Shiloh PTA works very hard to facilitate fundraisers, plan school community nights, and to support the staff and students of Shiloh. The Shiloh Nation thanks our PTA and welcomes our next family night which will take place at the Wesley Chapel Chick-Fil-A on September 25th between 4:00-8:00 PM. We look forward to strengthening the Shiloh community with many more fun events.

Written by: Mike Roy, PE Teacher
Posted: Aug 25, 2012 by Mark Greene

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