From 20-feet-long bracelets to a dunk booth at a Shelton school fair

Above, Brian Karolkowski of Shelton, CEO of Survivor Cords Etc., shows his products to Boy Scout Michael Camiglio, 10, at the Mohegan School fall festival.

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The bracelets are made from military-issue 550 Paracord, with up to 20 feet of cord in each bracelet that can be unraveled to instantly have a section of strong rope for various uses. Michael is a member of Shelton’s Boy Scout Troop 28 and attends Perry Hill School. (Photos by Brad Durrell)

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Click below to see other photos Mohegan’s fall festival:

https://sheltonherald.com/51548/fun-at-the-festival-smashing-pumpkins-at-sheltons-mohegan-school/

https://sheltonherald.com/51559/shelton-and-mohegan-pride-at-elementary-schools-fall-festival/

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The festival included vendors, bake sale, games and prizes, face painting, a dunk booth, bounce houses, Dad’s Food Truck, raffles, and other activities.

Nate Reyes was one of the brave Shelton High School wrestling team members to volunteer for the dunk booth. He’s a sophomore at SHS.

Nate Reyes was one of the brave Shelton High School wrestling team members to volunteer for the dunk booth. He’s a sophomore at SHS.

The Oct. 4 festival was open to the public as well as the school community.

 

 

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