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Grades compete to raise money for Thanksgiving turkeys

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Grades compete to raise money for Thanksgiving turkeys

Corey Minton, Reporter

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Pilgrims roaming the halls? Well not yet but after the annual Thanksgiving throw down there sure will be.

Each grade is competing to raise money for Thanksgiving turkeys. The grade that raises the most has the prize of seeing their own principal dressed as a pilgrim for an entire day! All of the turkeys gathered for the event will be given to local charities and food banks so that they can be given to low income families in the surrounding area in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.

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