Pingpong balls rain down from 40 feet above the ground Monday morning while students watch at Canfield Middle School in Coeur d’Alene. The balls, dropped from a cherry picker by Canfield Principal Nick Lilyquist, were sold for $5 each to raise $4,500 for a PTA fundraiser. The students who sold the balls were invited to watch them drop while eating snowcones. Prizes were awarded for the balls that landed closest and farthest from a hole.
A deluge of pingpong balls
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