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ALEXANDRIA, La. - The weather warmed up Saturday for the crowds at the OLPS Fall Festival.@

Families and friends of Our Lady of Prompt Succor came out to support their school.

Kids and parents alike lined up for balloon animals and the dunking booth, all to raise money for this school year.

It's an annual event, and organizers say, it's one the students look forward to every year. @

It's fun, all the kids have a great time," says Valerie Daigle, fall festival chairperson. "The weather is beautiful today. It's a nice family-filled event. You feel safe here with your children. And it's a great way to meet all the people in our community."

Funds will go toward new technology and textbooks for the kids.

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