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Granby Elementary School Family Craft Night

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The Granby Elementary School Parent-Teacher Group hosted a Family Craft Night on December 7 for students and their family members. Guests enjoyed the sounds of the season while handcrafting a variety of decorations and holiday ornaments. Granby third grade student Riley Thompson made a snow globe ornament with his mom Traci at the event.

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Granby Elementary School kindergarten student Hailey Payment and her mom, Bobbie Jo Kimball create a beautiful and tasty treat at the school’s annual Family Craft Night. A cookie decorating station was one of the fun activities that students could participate in at the Granby Elementary Family Craft Night. Hosted by the school’s Parent-Teacher Group, the event gave students and their parents an opportunity to create a variety of decorations and holiday ornaments.

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Granby Elementary School third grade student Jaden Harrington and her mom Lisa work on a coloring project together at the school’s recent Family Craft Night. The Granby Parent-Teacher Group sponsors this annual event at the school, giving students and their family members an opportunity make a variety of handcrafted holiday decorations and ornaments.

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