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We had quite a band to start off the day. Justin, Hannah, Rieley, Gavin, Bailey, Samantha, and Makayla. We sang Five Little Speckled Frogs. There is just nothing finer than making some homemade music—a joyful noise—with friends young and old!
Mrs. Gronlund began decorating the room with colorful Thanksgiving turkeys.
Justin brought in a holiday-themed book about the Pilgrims experiences. He also brought in a snack with a seasonal touch:
|If that ain't cute, I'll eat my hat.|
We had to have a little discussion about careful use of paper. I saw a number of papers with halfhearted pictures, not much more than a scribble, and then abandoned for a fresh start on new paper. It pains me to see that sort of disregard for our tree resources, so we had a discussion.
Much better is the careful work you see here done by Marley. From now on visitors to the art center will be limited to one piece of paper to use. Here's Marley's picture:
If you're able to come tonight, I'll look for you at the performance of Snow White at neighboring Wilson School at 3375 Bodega Highway, Petaluma, on the road out of town towards Valley Ford.
The doors open at 6:00 and the curtain goes up at 6:30. (Actually I don't think they have a curtain, and if they do it probably draws left and right from the middle as they usually do, but you know what I mean.)