Katie and Desire’ had their Eighth Grade Graduation on Thursday. The School put on a nice ceremony. We are proud of bout Katie and Desire’ for their accomplishments. And also, congratulations to Desire’ for winning a “Citizenship Award” for her school and civic contributions. She also received a fourth place ribbon for the Einstein Award in her science class. That means she was the fourth highest in the science class. We are proud of you both and we love you! Click the picture to the left to view a slide show.
Click the picture to see the Clancy School Christmas Program and our other Christmas Photos.
Last night we went to Clancy School to watch the school’s Christmas program. All of the classes did a great job. Desire’ was in a “Young Women’s Choir”, Ana sang with her class and also played the clarinet in the band. Alia also sang with her class. Carol helped the kindergarten class sing their songs. They were so cute.
The program ended with a couple of “All School” songs commemorating the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. It was a GRAND finale!
After the program, the children were met with a larger than life Father Christmas. Wow! Be sure to see the photo of him!
See some somewhat fuzzy pictures, along with the rest of our 2008 Christmas photos HERE.
This morning as I was coming home from Helena, an MPCAC parade of classic cars were leaving Clancy, heading south on the frontage road. I, being on the interstate, easily passed them and arrived at home in Jefferson City before they made it that far. I went running into the house telling everyone to climb into our Dodge. Most of the kids were still in their PJ’s, as we headed down the hill to the intersection of the frontage road and I-15. We made it just in time to see the cars turning in front of us to head south on I-15. I shot a little video of the parade. Enjoy!