DAILY LEADER / TAMMIE BREWER / Madison Smith (center), a first-grader at Enterprise Attendance Center, opens her milk during a picnic at Bicentennial Park Tuesday morning.

While The Sun Shines …

Published 11:36am Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Tuesday morning’s pleasant fall weather was perfect for a picnic at the park, and the Enterprise Attendance Center kindergarten and first-grade students took full advantage of the opportunity by heading to Bicentennial Park in Brookhaven after  story time at Copiah-Lincoln Community College earlier in the morning. While Tuesday offered ideal conditions for a picnic, the weather forecast for today calls for increasing clouds and a 50 percent chance of rain, giving way to expectations of likely rain and possible thunderstorms for Halloween night.

Hayden Sykes, a first-grader at Enterprise Attendance Center, takes a big bite out of his sandwich Tuesday during a picnic at Bicentennial Park.
Hayden Sykes, a first-grader at Enterprise Attendance Center, takes a big bite out of his sandwich Tuesday during a picnic at Bicentennial Park.
Kolby Sagely, a first-grader at Enterprise Attendance Center, takes his turn down the slide at Bicentennial Park Tuesday morning. After enjoying a picnic meal, the school’s kindergarten and first-grade students played before returning to the school.
Kolby Sagely, a first-grader at Enterprise Attendance Center, takes his turn down the slide at Bicentennial Park Tuesday morning. After enjoying a picnic meal, the school’s kindergarten and first-grade students played before returning to the school.

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