Leadership students at Southridge High School will hold a community carnival from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday on its campus.
The event is part of Pink Week efforts by Kennewick high schools to raise money and awareness for the Tri-Cities Cancer Center. The goal is for families and students to visit and play games together. Games cost 50 cents each to enter. All proceeds will be donated to the cancer center.
Teen events include balloon darts, basketball shot, baseball throw, beat the dealer, bowling, cake walk, football throw, henna tattoos, hole-in-one golf, obstacle course, penny toss, pie in the face, ring toss for pop and soccer kick.
Events for smaller children are balloon clown, bean bag toss, bounce house, dig for treasure, duck game, face paint, figurine photo opportunity, fishing, goldfish, hair salon, lollipop tree, Plinko, pop balloons and pick my pocket.
Among the food items available will be hot dogs, Lamb Weston fries, nachos, smoothies, pizza and popcorn. Soda pop and water also will be available for sale.
For more information, go to http://bit.ly/pinkweek or call leadership adviser Liz Stiles at 222-7213.