Skiy Pyrame was among those who performed during PS106's Idol contest. His cousin Jaylen, 15 months, couldn't help but get up and dance to the music. Photos by Miriam Rosenberg Rides, food, games and a local version of American Idol highlighted the first carnival put on by PS 106 and held outside the school last Saturday. The event also featured a visit by the Queens Library Book Mobile and members of the NYPD who, as part of the department's American Youth Passport program, who took pictures of children and provided parents with documentation they could use should a child disappear.
|Alla Nesmith, parent association president Joy Bunch, Assemblywoman Michele Titus and Ava Bennick pose for a photo. 'Idol' winners Rachel Simpson and Kobie Brown show off the I-Pods and certificates they won as they pose with Ava Bennick, Bunch, Heather Perkins, Brenda Montague and Nesmith. The Ocean Pointe Houses homeowners sponsored the contest. Representing Ocean Pointe are Bennick, Perkins and Montague. It may look like a boxing match but it is all fun and games during the carnival. With a little help from her father, Lillian feeds James the horse, of the NYPD mounted unit, a carrot. |