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Granby Elementary School Bowling Party a Striking Success

Students at Granby Elementary School really know how to strike up a good time.

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Pictured during the Granby Elementary School Family Bowling Party is student Maddison Weldin with her mom, Laura Weldin; dad John Weldin; and younger sister Natalie Weldin.

The students and their family members recently participated in a family bowling party to raise funds to purchase a new electronic sign for the school.

The new electronic sign will be placed at the entrance of the school building and will be used to communicate important information to parents and visitors.

The party was sponsored by the school’s Parent-Teacher Group and hosted by Lakeview Lanes in Fulton.