Community members took a few shots at officials this past weekend.
But it was all for a good cause.
A Carnival of Chalk fundraiser was held during the 36th annual Manassas Fall Jubilee on Saturday.
Participants had a chance to throw chalk at officials, including Councilmen Marc Aveni and Ian Lovejoy.
“We’re doing a charity event for the Center for the Arts to support local arts programs in Manassas,” Aveni said. “For a small fee, you get to hit us as your political targets.”
Traditional targets and sidewalk chalk were also available for community members.
The Center for the Arts is a non-profit located at the Candy Factory in Old Town Manassas, according to Executive Director Beverly Hess.
It offers art classes, dance classes, an art gallery and summer camps. The center runs two theaters, as well.
“If you want to explore your creative side, come on down to the Center for the Arts in Old Town Manassas,” Hess said.
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