Students voice Thanksgiving traditions

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Q: What is your favorite family Thanksgiving tradition?
A: “My favorite family tradition for Thanksgiving is going to my moms friends house and eating a really big lunch,” freshman Zyada Mekonnen said.

Q: Do you have any out of the ordinary traditions?
A: “My family and I always make like 5 pounds of chocolate covered pretzels the night before Thanksgiving every year,” junior Bailey Wilborn said.

Q: How do you celebrate Thanksgiving? Extended family? Go out to eat?
A: “My extended family lives in Latvia so we don’t always get to see them. Typically I spend Thanksgiving at home with my parents and my sister,” senior Kylie Litavniks said.

Q: What is your favorite food to eat on Thanksgiving?
A: “My favorite Thanksgiving food is pumpkin pie. It’s my favorite dessert ever and I wish it was made all the time,” sophomore PJ Damico said.

Q: What is your favorite family Thanksgiving tradition?
A: “My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is just being able to eat a big dinner with my extended family that I don’t get to see that often,” junior Matthew Buffington said.

Q: Do you have any out of the ordinary traditions?
A: “I think the weirdest tradition my family has is that there is always chicken made on Thanksgiving along with Turkey, no matter if it gets eaten or not,” senior Daxton Stroble said.

Q: How do you celebrate Thanksgiving? Extended family? Go out to eat?
A: “We celebrate Thanksgiving pretty normally. We always have a big family dinner filled with all the essential foods like rolls, turkey, and stuffing,” sophomore Brayden Wheatley said.

Q: What is your favorite food to eat on Thanksgiving?
A: “My favorite food has always been my grandma’s stuffing,” freshman Trey Nierberger said.

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