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Thanksgiving fun


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Young dancers from the tribe, Many Running Children perform for parents, grandparents and friends.

Sunny Day Preschool

On Nov. 21, students at the Sunny Day Preschool in Huntington performed their annual Thanksgiving program for their parents. Teacher Carol Ann Stream played the role as chief of the village and explained to the crowd that the students have been studying Native American culture and how Thanksgiving came to be.

The students made their costumes and drums which they wore while they performed songs for the audience. The annual Thanksgiving show is performed in Stream's front yard which is fully equipped with a tepee and pictographs on the front of the home.

At the conclusion of the program, the students were encouraged to have their parents remove their students' pictograph as a memento.

Students at the preschool are: Trace Bunnell, Abby Christman, Brileigh Curtis, Bron Gordon, Jaron Gordon, Riggs Griffin, Devan Guymon, Daezey Defa, Michael Huntsman, Paige Hurdsman, Brax Jensen, Angie Nielson, Tayden Nielson, Taija Olsen, Corben Rasbold, Danielle Simmons, Raquelle Simmons, Janessa Weston, MaKaden Whiteleather, Teagen Christman, Brittany Day, Jessica Fox, Josie Gilbert, Shayleigh Hreinson, Jerrin Huntington, Sarah Hymas, Ben Jensen, Seth Justice, Sayer Nelson, Annika Riggle, Cameron Robb, Jayce Rudd, Paige Stansfield, Payton Stansfield, Gabriel Villalobos, Kyler Wilstead, Maliyah Whimpey and Gustavo Duran.


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