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December 21, 2013

Brookwood second graders entertain at Southern Pines

THOMASVILLE — Second-grade students from Brookwood School sang for the residents of the Southern Pines Retirement Inn on Dec. 13.

"I am so proud of how well the students represented Brookwood,"said teacher Kendra Burrus."They were the epitome of graciousness as they shook hands and let the residents hug their necks."

She added: "It was very touching and a proud moment as a teacher, especially since I have several students who are not into 'touchy-feely' situations."

After their performance the youngsters visited with residents of both buildings at the retirement center.

 

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