Jay Sowers / The Natchez Democrat — With sophomore Ann Ward in a shopping cart, Trinity Episcopal Day School students Taylor Ham, from left, Caroline Webber, Adalyn Boyd, Hunter Marks and Mallory Lancaster run along side to win the first round of chariot races during a day of outdoor activities Friday morning marking the end of Shakespeare Fest Week at the school.
Jay Sowers / The Natchez Democrat — With sophomore Ann Ward in a shopping cart, Trinity Episcopal Day School students Taylor Ham, from left, Caroline Webber, Adalyn Boyd, Hunter Marks and Mallory Lancaster run along side to win the first round of chariot races during a day of outdoor activities Friday morning marking the end of Shakespeare Fest Week at the school.

Photo feature: Chariots of aisle 6

Published 12:01am Saturday, April 27, 2013

 

 

Jay Sowers / The Natchez Democrat — A line of preschoolers follow in line behind teachers aid Kim Cauthen as they make their way to the football stadium.
Jay Sowers / The Natchez Democrat — A line of preschoolers follow in line behind teachers aid Kim Cauthen as they make their way to the football stadium.

 

Jay Sowers / The Natchez Democrat — Trinity student Grace Richardson, from left, Randa White, Daniel McGehee and Sofia Rodriguez present their birthday song to Shakespeare during festivities. Trinity’s Shakespeare Fest activities continue at 1 p.m. today when representatives of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival present “Twelfth Night” in Memorial Park.
Jay Sowers / The Natchez Democrat — Trinity student Grace Richardson, from left, Randa White, Daniel McGehee and Sofia Rodriguez present their birthday song to Shakespeare during festivities. Trinity’s Shakespeare Fest activities continue at 1 p.m. today when representatives of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival present “Twelfth Night” in Memorial Park.