Lakeview Middle School Hosts Warrior Market Saturday

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

The Revitalization Committee at Lakeview Middle School in Fort Oglethorpe is focused on helping its students succeed in their own personal way. Throughout the 2019-2020 year it has many projects to help lead them, guide them, and encourage them along the way.  

They will host their Warrior Market on Saturday from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at the school.

It will include a craft fair with more than 60 vendors, car show, local businesses and a silent auction. There will also be a football field full of activities for the kids in the Kid's Zone.

Access to Warrior Market is free. Access to all activities in Kids Zone is $5. 

Pictures with Santa and admission to the Cruise-In will be free, with donations accepted.

For more information email aslaven.lms@catoosa.k12.ga.us or call (706) 866-1040.



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