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Students celebrate Thanksgiving both in and out of school

Each grade celebrated “Friendsgiving,” an event where students can celebrate the holiday with their classmates by bringing in food and spending time together. This year, the event took place on Nov. 27, 2019, a day before Thanksgiving itself and the corresponding four-day weekend.
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Jeff Busold

November 29, 2019

Everyone has their own traditions for Thanksgiving, and CHS is no different. Each grade celebrated “Friendsgiving,” an event where students can celebrate the holiday with their classmates by bringing in food and spending time together. This year, the event took place on Nov. 27, 2019, a day before ...

Students share their Thanksgiving plans

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Meredith Prud'homme

December 12, 2018

Every year, towards the end of November, 46 million turkeys are sold nationwide, according to the University of Illinois. A meeting on the Plymouth Plantation between the pilgrims and the natives in 1621 has transformed into a commercial holiday filled with parades, football games and time spent with frien...

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Zoe Conner-Bennett

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Shannon Damiano

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Opinion: Thanksgiving reflections

Opinion: Thanksgiving reflections

Sarah Lynch

January 1, 2015

Thanksgiving is absolutely one of my favorite holidays. The family gets together to share some delicious food, without the pressure of gift-giving, and everyone settles down to do something that we often forget in the chaos of our lives: be thankful. And yes, the day after Thanksgiving everyone scrambles...

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