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Christmas Special: Holiday dinner a tradition for Kimball students


Sydney Yalshevec

Students, teachers, staff, administrators and guests pack the Kimball Junior/Senior High School Student Center for the annual Holiday Festival, which was held on Friday, Dec. 19. The annual gathering includes a family style meal for all those present. Earlier in the day, the students watched a movie together and prepared for the festival. It is held annually on the last day of school prior to the Christmas break.

The student center at the high school was packed, Christmas decor was everywhere and the murmur of excited children about to go on their winter break filled the room at the annual Holiday Festival Dinner held at the Kimball Junior/Senior High School on Friday.

Roughly 300 students, teachers, administrators and guests were present to partake in the holiday meal prepared by the school's cooks.

"It's generally either ham or turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, and dressing," Principal Eugene "Mo" Hanks said.

The Holiday Festival has been a tradition at the school for more than a decade. In the...

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