Food Truck Festival a Community Success


Children participate in activities hosted by the Interact Club

On Saturday, October 23rd, many Lower Moreland residents came out to the high school parking lot for a fun-filled afternoon at the PTA’s Food Truck Festival. A variety of games, activities, and, of course, amazing food trucks kept the festival-goers entertained. The selection of options included cheesesteaks, seafood, wraps, funnel cake, ice cream, and much more. Live music was also provided by the award-winning LMHS Jazz Combo.

Many LMHS clubs, such as the Buddy Club, Drama Club, Art Club, Interact Club, and others, set up tables and demonstrations at the festival, informing potential new members and Lower Moreland residents about their goals, planned events, and engagement with the community. Based on this year’s success, the Food Truck Festival is poised to become an LM tradition for many years to come!

The LMHS Jazz Combo performed a set of swinging tunes at the festival
Members of the Students against Melanoma (SAM) Club brought out a sunscreen dispenser to emphasize sun safety


Mr. Dominick takes a break from his seat at the Newspaper Club table to pose with Whiskers the lion
The Art Club brought out a colorful display at the festival, with activities for children
“Caring Cards” made by kids at the festival to support the JRA’s mission of bringing messages of compassion along with food items for the needy in the community