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St. Anne Angels Make Some Perky Turkeys

Pictured left to right: Victoria Dawson, Ben Talbot, Alexadra Tremblay, and Knickolas St. Onge, proudly holding their perky turkeys that they created

October 18, 2012 - Students in teacher Jennifer Bruneau’s grade 3 and 4 class at St. Anne Catholic Elementary School in Hanmer celebrated Thanksgiving by creating apple and gumdrop turkeys. These works of art were created using apples, a cut out head, and gumdrop sticks. Alexandra Tremblay, a grade 3 student said, “My family will really love to this beautiful turkey on our dining room table.” Students in the grade 3 and 4 class were fascinated with their perky turkeys and discussed how thankful they were for the many things they have.



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