Easton Area High School competes in ‘wacky games’ for charit

“Almost anything” went for nine teams — made up of Easton Area High School students and faculty — competing Saturday for children’s charity.

The competition, titled “Almost Anything Goes,” began in 1999 as a way to bring an end to the high school’s spirit week. Proceeds benefit a children’s charity of the winning team captain’s choice.

Teams got into it wearing matching colorful T-shirts with emblems to set themselves apart from other teams. Some team members displayed face painting and at least one team also wore neck ties.

This year, the winning team “The Varsity,” selected the Keystone Wounded Warriors fund to aid children of wounded war veterans. The team was made up of faculty members.


Leave a Reply