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A Liberty North Thanksgiving

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From big Thanksgiving feasts to Black Friday to simple family bonding time, the holidays have something for everyone. The students and staff at Liberty North are ready for Thanksgiving break as the school week comes to end.

“I’m very ready for break to officially start. It’s really nice to have a small break from school so I can spend some quality time with my family and friends and celebrate what I am thankful for and eat good food,” senior Parker Kirtley said.

Thanksgiving is a holiday to celebrate what individuals are thankful for. The individuals at Liberty North all have their own traditions and events that they participate in during the break to celebrate the holiday.

“Usually I go up to my grandparent’s house and we have a huge Thanksgiving lunch, not forgetting to pray before we eat. After lunch we watch football the rest of the day until we get hungry again. And then we’ll usually eat the rest of our food for leftovers. Of course you can’t forget eating pumpkin pie, which is an essential part of Thanksgiving!” sophomore, Trevor Lerit said.

Although traditional aspects of Thanksgiving include eating pumpkin pie and watching football, some people have unique Thanksgivings that aren’t quite like what Thanksgiving is typically seen to be like.

“My family doesn’t actually do a huge Thanksgiving like most people. We usually just buy pizza or chinese food and eat as a family and maybe watch some movies, but for the most part, we don’t do any huge meal of sorts and we aren’t a big football family either,” junior, Selma Khalil said.


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A Liberty North Thanksgiving