Blandy Hills Elementary School gave thanks to educators, students and families with a Thanksgiving spread last week, feeding around 1,600 people.
The holiday trimmings included turkey, dressing, candied yams, rolls, mixed fruit and chocolate cake. For $3 per person, Blandy students were allowed to bring two guests with them to the meal and had a chance to walk the red carpet as they entered through school doors.
‘We’re very proud of our parents, grandparents and guardians at Blandy. They go above and beyond and they always rise to the occasion,’ Principal Charlene Thorpe said. ‘We’re giving thanks at Blandy for another great school year.’
Other schools within the Baldwin County school system also showed appreciation to students and their families with a similar Thanksgiving spread.
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