Thanksgiving dinner was served to Oxford Hills Christian Academy students and teachers. Pictured from left are teacher Janice Cazneau, Autumn Bunnel, Josh Coombs, teacher Justin Thacker and Pastor Kevin Smart; front, Caleb Grover, Lauren Ruby and Shannon Kostovick.

School parents serve dinner

PARIS – Thirty-six students and seven teachers attended a Thanksgiving dinner at Oxford Hills Christian Academy during Thanksgiving week.

Parent volunteers donated, prepared and served the meal, which was held at the school’s campus at the South Paris Baptist Church, 1 Park St. The meal, which included turkey and all the trimmings, has become a yearly tradition at the school.

Middle school teacher Justin Thacker praised the parents for the Thanksgiving treat. “It was wonderful to see so many parents helping out with our Thanksgiving lunch,” he said. “The school is very thankful to have wonderful parents who care about their children and the school,” he said.

Parent volunteers received gift certificates in appreciation for their work.

Oxford Hills Christian Academy, founded in 2001, is a non-denominational school offering a Christ-centered education for students kindergarten through grade 12. The South Paris campus houses classes for grades kindergarten through eight. The high school is located at Hosanna New Testament Church, School House Road, Oxford.

For more information about the school or to enroll, contact administrator Nancy Hanson at the Oxford campus at 539-2447.

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