RazorFest photo gallery
RazorFest took place in Fayetteville on Saturday (April 20) and there was plenty to see and do. You’ll find the full writeup on the free, family-friendly event here. Meanwhile, please check out the following photos from the event.
Photo by Lana F. Flowers The band Breaking Silence, whose members are 14 to 17 years old, took the main stage at RazorFest on Saturday in Fayetteville, AR. Like Breaking Silence on facebook for more information.
Photo by Lana F. Flowers Jim Crowson of Conway, AR, wears a Champions for Kids T-shirt that he got from the Champions for Kids booth at RazorFest in Fayetteville, AR. Crowson attended RazorFest on Saturday, April 20, with grandchildren John Tyler Watts, 9, and Julia Ragon Watts, 6. The free family event was sponsored by Abbott Nutrition, maker of EAS energy bars and PediaSure, and nonprofit Champions for Kids.
Photo by Lana F. Flowers A woman samples the Abbott Nutrition PediaSure Sidekicks Clear boxes at a sample booth at RazorFest. The event, held Saturday, April 20 in Fayetteville, AR, helped Champions for Kids raise awareness and accumulate canned good donations to alleviate child hunger.
Nickolodeon character Spongebob Squarepants entertained a young Razorback fan Saturday at RazorFest in Fayetteville, AR.
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