Decatur prekindergarten students enjoy Thanksgiving feast

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

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Photo by Mike Eckels Wearing a paper pilgrim buckle hat, Cesar Suarez chowed down on a traditional holiday feast during the Thanksgiving celebration in the classroom of Joyce Turnage at Decatur Pre-K School in Decatur Nov. 21.

Photo by Mike Eckels Wearing a paper pilgrim buckle hat, Cesar Suarez chowed down on a traditional holiday feast during the Thanksgiving celebration in the classroom of Joyce Turnage at Decatur Pre-K School in Decatur Nov. 21.

This year's Thanksgiving celebration marked the beginning of the 38-day holiday season which brings with it lots of good cheer, fellowship and a time of giving thanks. In the traditions of the first Thanksgiving at the Plymouth Plantation (Plymouth, Mass.) in 1621, the Decatur prekindergarten classes of Joyce Turnage and Rachel Duncan celebrated Thanksgiving with a feast of their own Nov. 21 at the Decatur Pre-K facility.


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