Family Heritage Night at Linderman Elementary in Polson

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  • Above, Mason Alexander, left, and Brianna Lapierre work on an ornament- and earrings-making project during Family Herigtage Night.

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    Jack Huffine, a third grader at Linderman Elementary School, gets dressing on his salad at the meal served during Family Heritage Night at Linderman Elementary School.

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    Linderman Elementary School hosted the annual Family Heritage Night on Thursday, Nov. 15, extending an invitational for parents to come for an evening meal and tour of the school. The sign above created by students delivers a strong message, saying, “Kindness is the new COOL.” (Joe Sova photos/Lake County Leader)

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    Attendance was outstanding for Family Heritage Night on Nov. 15 at Linderman Elementary School. Parents were treated to a myriad of artwork constructed by the school's students to acknowledge their heritage.

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    Volunteer servers were kept very busy serving the meal offered at LInderman Elementary School during Family Heritage Night on Nov. 15.

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    Linderman Elementary third grader Allyson Lamphere signs a banner acknowledging her attendance at Family Heritage Night at the school on the evening of Nov. 15.

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    During Family Heritage Night at Linderman Elementary School, Stormie Nelson helps her daughter Araeya make a medallion that will be used as a Christmas ornament.

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    This welcome sign greeting parents and students who attended Family Heritage Night at Linderman Elementary School on Nov. 15.

  • Above, Mason Alexander, left, and Brianna Lapierre work on an ornament- and earrings-making project during Family Herigtage Night.

  • 1

    Jack Huffine, a third grader at Linderman Elementary School, gets dressing on his salad at the meal served during Family Heritage Night at Linderman Elementary School.

  • 2

    Linderman Elementary School hosted the annual Family Heritage Night on Thursday, Nov. 15, extending an invitational for parents to come for an evening meal and tour of the school. The sign above created by students delivers a strong message, saying, “Kindness is the new COOL.” (Joe Sova photos/Lake County Leader)

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    Attendance was outstanding for Family Heritage Night on Nov. 15 at Linderman Elementary School. Parents were treated to a myriad of artwork constructed by the school's students to acknowledge their heritage.

  • 4

    Volunteer servers were kept very busy serving the meal offered at LInderman Elementary School during Family Heritage Night on Nov. 15.

  • 5

    Linderman Elementary third grader Allyson Lamphere signs a banner acknowledging her attendance at Family Heritage Night at the school on the evening of Nov. 15.

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    During Family Heritage Night at Linderman Elementary School, Stormie Nelson helps her daughter Araeya make a medallion that will be used as a Christmas ornament.

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    This welcome sign greeting parents and students who attended Family Heritage Night at Linderman Elementary School on Nov. 15.

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