Busy times at Greywolf

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Students are on winter break now but before that final bell rang, Greywolf youths were busy inside their classrooms.

Gini Wuebold, Greywolf music specialist, said Greywolf students sang holiday songs and played recorders to their teachers over the public address system the last school day of 2009, ringing in the coming new year with heartfelt enthusiasm.

Dixie Parker, Greywolf’s school cook, made potholder and dish towel sets that she sells, with 100 percent of the profits going to a local children’s fund, this holiday season.

Other recent activities at Greywolf are pictured here.



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