The Sun asks: “What are you thankful for this year?
Published 8:26 am Wednesday, November 22, 2017
- Kindergarteners at Strode Station Elementary practice “The Turkey Dance” they performed Tuesday at the school’s Thanksgiving lunch. (Photos by Seth Littrell)
As Clark County students learned about the history of the Thanksgiving holiday, and people around the country prepare to gather around the table and give thanks on Thursday, the Sun took the time to ask some people throughout the community what they are thankful for this year.
“Family, friends, faith, Ale-8 and sriracha.”
— Robert Jeffries
“My little family, my job and the great community I live in.”
— Shanda Cecil
Winchester Planning Department
“My family, my church and my community.”
— Tony Kirk
Clark County Home Incarceration
“Shelter and clothes and a good teacher and my family.”
“A roof over my head, a bed to sleep in, food to eat, clothes on my back, stuff I want and stuff I have.”
“I’m thankful for food, clothes and all the stuff you need but you don’t need as much as water, food and shelter. You can use that stuff to make good things happen, and that’s what I’m thankful for.”
— Laeah Dean
“A good teacher, Mrs. Thorpe, and my family.