2013 Paris School Panther Prowl coverage (photos and video)

/Earlene Frederick photo

/Earlene Frederick photo

Panther Prowl 2013 was able to stay outdoors this year after having to resort to a foul weather plan in 2012.

There was no such problem this year as the festivities returned to the Paris School grounds Saturday.

The prowl features Paris School students walking laps in exchange for pledges. Other attractions included a silent auction featuring unique and creative items handmade by Paris School students, 50/50 raffles, bake sale, sponge toss, free children’s face painting and games, and lunch and snack foods for sale. Proceeds will support special equipment and activities for the school.

This is the seventh year for the event.

Here’s a video of scenes from the day:

Here are some more photos:

Kenosha County Sheriff's Department Detective Vincent Correa took a few laps of the prowl course in the protective bomb squad suit. /Earlene Frederick photo

Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department Detective Vincent Correa took a few laps of the prowl course in the protective bomb squad suit. /Earlene Frederick photo

/Earlene Frederick photo

/Earlene Frederick photo

Principal/district administrator Roger Gahart took his turn as the target in the ever popular (for the students anyway) sponge throwing booth. /Earlene Frederick photo

Principal/district administrator Roger Gahart took his turn as the target in the ever popular (for the students anyway) sponge throwing booth. /Earlene Frederick photo

The Sheriff's Department bomb squad robot demonstrated some of its abilities with a pumpkin, right in sync with the season. /Earlene Frederick photo

The Sheriff’s Department bomb squad robot demonstrated some of its abilities with a pumpkin, right in sync with the season. /Earlene Frederick photo

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