Society

THANKSGIVING FEAST


Gause ISD held its annual Thanksgiving feast on Nov. 19 where parents were invited to join their child on this special day of feasting. The meal of turkey, dressing, sweet potatoes, fruit salad and rolls were prepared and served by the Gause ISD cafeteria staff. The cafeteria was decorated by Mary Neely and her art students. "There was an exceptionally large turn out on this special occasion," Gause ISD Supt. Perry Bell said. "Many parents brought can goods to donate to the local 4-H and Lions Club who will then distribute to the needy in our community. We are very proud of the effort that has been made to support our local organizations and community." Above, parents and grandparents feast on lunch with their "pilgrims and indians". Left, Pre-K student Zeke Perez enjoys a tasty Thanksgiving treat. Gause ISD held its annual Thanksgiving feast on Nov. 19 where parents were invited to join their child on this special day of feasting. The meal of turkey, dressing, sweet potatoes, fruit salad and rolls were prepared and served by the Gause ISD cafeteria staff. The cafeteria was decorated by Mary Neely and her art students. "There was an exceptionally large turn out on this special occasion," Gause ISD Supt. Perry Bell said. "Many parents brought can goods to donate to the local 4-H and Lions Club who will then distribute to the needy in our community. We are very proud of the effort that has been made to support our local organizations and community." Above, parents and grandparents feast on lunch with their "pilgrims and indians". Left, Pre-K student Zeke Perez enjoys a tasty Thanksgiving treat.


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