The festival was organized by the Oak Grove Primary Partners in Education, which is a parent volunteer group that works with the staff to help coordinate events at the school. They also help the teachers and staff with any needs they may have at school.

With Autumn weather in the air, it's always a fun time to attend outside functions, especially on the weekends with family.

On Sunday, October 21, Oak Grove Primary had their annual Fall Food Truck Festival. The event began three years ago when Eve Frederic joined Oak Grove as the Principal.

The festival was organized by the Oak Grove Primary Partners in Education, which is a parent volunteer group that works with the staff to help coordinate events at the school. They also help the teachers and staff with any needs they may have at school.

Sandy Harvey, the Chair of the food truck event, said, "PIE set a goal to raise money to improve the playground for the 2018-2019 year. We have a set goal of $35,000-40,000 dollars."

They're aiming at improving the playground because it doesn't have the right amount of space that it should for the amount of children that attend Oak Grove Primary.

At the festival, every food truck and vendor that attended ended up donating 20 percent of the profits they made that day. Not only were there tasty food trucks to select food from, but there was live music, and lots of grass area for the kids to play and run around on.

Children also had the opportunity to play a game called Cake Walk, which has been around since the first year of the festival. Local bakeries and grocery stores donate some sweet treats for the game.

"Twelve kids play the game at once and go in a circle until the music stops. When it stops, they stand by a number between one and twelve. We then draw a number, and if their number is pulled, they get to pick any one of the sweet treats from the table. The kids can play until they win," Harvey said.

They also had a face painting table, with many of the kids getting their faces painted with inspiration from Halloween being right around the corner.

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