Community park Carnival opens for summer

Kimberly Dominguez and Maria Sanchez

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Next year the community park is going to have a carnival with rides for the whole summer.

Carnival is a western Christian and Greek orthodox festive season that occurs before the liturgical season of Lent. The main events typically occur during May and at the end of September. Windy City Amusements is Chicago’s top provider of carnivals rides, games, and food to festivals in the Chicago Illinois area. The carnival is never that fun for only three days. Some people do not have time to go because of their work instead of only one weekend the carnival is going to be for a whole summer. In a random survey of 235 Morton East students, 139 students reported that they would be happy that in the community park a carnival would be for the whole summer.

“I agree that the whole summer the carnival should be in the park. Many kids and parents do not have anything to do only be home with their electronics all day long,’’ senior Lucia Gonzalez said.

Another student feels differently.

“I do not like the idea of having the carnival going on the entire summer. The neighborhood will be too noisy with too loud music. Also, all the yelling of the rides will be annoying,” senior Miriam Jimenez said.

However, some people think a carnival will benefit them.

“It would benefit me. I live close, and I will be able to go whenever I want or do not have anything to do. Also, I’ll be able to go spend time and have fun with my friends,” senior Karla Garduza said.

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