Thanksgiving celebrated by children

Frpm press report


The Thanksgiving holiday was celebrated and remembered by local children across the county as the Thanksgiving holiday approached.


Kindergarten 3 year olds at First United Methodist Church celebrated Thanksgiving with a family soup event on Thursday, Nov. 21. The families enjoyed a meal with their children and grandchildren.

The children prepared for the event with activities about the holiday.

Winston County Head Start

The Winston County Head Start Complex celebrated Thanksgiving with a full program themed “In Everything Give Thanks,”.

The children celebrated with songs, poems, dancing and with their own words of thankfulness. Some of the students were dressed as turkeys and native Americans as part of the program. The students sang songs such as “I’m a little Turkey. They recited poems including “The Lost Turkey”. They also expressed what each one was thankful for in their lives.

The mistress of ceremonies was Katesia Esters with a welcome from Cory Brock and Kimmie Jones, center administrator.

Willie Dean Miller and Mattie Cooper closed the program. The program was performed for a packed crowd.

Louisville Municipal School District

Nanih Waiya’s kindergarten classes worked hard on preparing a Kindergarten Thanksgiving Program held Friday, November 22, with parents, grandparents and other family members and the first and second grades attending the event.

The Fair Elementary, Louisville Elementary, Eiland Middle School Noxapater Attendance Center celebrated with Thanksgiving meals and other events.