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Hopewell Breakfast with a Special Person

On November 22 the students and staff at Hopewell Elementary School celebrated the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday by holding the seventh annual Breakfast with a Special Person event, with generous support from the Oxford Parent Teacher Organization. Students enjoyed a hearty breakfast in the school cafeteria with a special guest, who could be any person they know who helps to brighten their lives. Many parents were in attendance, along with grandparents, aunts and uncles, and neighbors. After breakfast all the students and guests were invited to take a walk around the nearby high school stadium track as part of the day's Mileage Club activities.

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Robin Lewis and fifth grader Molly

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Shane Kinsey and sixth grader Corly

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Chrystal Stevens and fifth grader Gabby

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Sixth grader Jack Heriegel and mom Dana

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From left are Maria, Jorge, Jacky and Jorge Luis Hernandez

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Fifth grader Jack Smith with dad Kurt

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Fifth grader Cora Terry and dad Sam

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Fifth grader Taylor Twaddell and grandmom Joann Geib

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Fifth grader Kayley Weir and dad Scott

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Daphne Horne and sixth grader Isabella Oliveras

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Mr. Barcus and Dr. Brown are juiced for the Special Persons Breakfast.

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Kelly Vance and fifth grader Brayden

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Fifth grader Ruby Canaday with sister Reese, an Oxford Area High School Class of 2019 graduate and a freshman at Liberty University

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Fifth grader Stratton Cloud with grandpa Paul Palmos and dad Chris

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Fifth grader Hope Quinones and grandmom Barbara Ortiz