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The Great Cougar Challenge’s second year was fun for Windsor families despite cold weather

Mary-Kate Newton
mnewton@greeleytribune.com

The Tozer and Mountain View Elementary School Parent Teacher Organizations will present the Great Cougar Challenge, taking place at 501 Oak St. from 3-6 p.m. Thursday. It will feature a free community carnival and food trucks.

The Tozer and Mountain View Elementary School PTO is brining the Great Cougar Challenge to the green space between Tozer and Mountain View schools for a second year. The Great Cougar Challenge will include a team competition, which will allow spectators to cheer for their favorite costumed teams as they navigate through a series of challenges. The free family carnival will include games and prize booths provided by local business. Several food trucks will be attending for community consumption.

The Great Cougar Challenge is free to attend. The carnival games and prize booths are sponsored by generous participating businesses. The food trucks will be charging for their products accordingly.

“The carnival and race probably saw more rain than sunshine Thursday afternoon, but as promised the field hosted carnival games, food trucks, a cake walk, a bounce house and more.