The Play-Doh station was full of imaginative play at the Vergas Event Center Saturday. Chloe Black, 4, daughter of Mike & Paula, Vergas, spent time making several Play-Doh balls after visiting Santa and getting her cheeks painted with hearts during Vergas Santa Day. Photo by Cally Nundahl
Dear Santa, How do you get up to The North Pole? I lost a tooth. Can I please have a bow-n-arrow? I want a DS. ThanK you for thinKing of me! Merry Christmas! I Love You,
Jane Young’s Child Care enjoying the first snowfall, Christian Peichel, Laila Dretsch, Blake Sonnenberg, Katie Courneya, Mia Zacharias, Brody Larsen, Dylan Sonnenberg, Macy Masten, Maecyn Carlson and Rachel Courneya.
I want a truck, payloader and a golf club, A real one. I want to play with it outside when it doesn’t snow out. I like when your reindeer fly.
The following children wrote letters for Santa from Monica Hanson’s Child Care, (from left) Creighton Wake, Treyson Hockett, Claire Schaefer, Kyla Heggestuen, Miles Heggestuen, Lauryn Schmid and Avery Schmid.
Tavia Bachmann (left) was named Teacher of the Year at Frazee High School. First grade teacher Brandi Trapp (right) holds the traveling trophy, an apple, which is given to the Teacher of the Year at Frazee Elementary.
Brandi Trapp and Tavia Bachmann were recently named the Frazee-Vergas School District’s Teachers of the Year.
Frazee Elementary third graders posted some good deeds they plan to do on leaves on the third grade giving tree recently. Some of the leaves read, "I will do whatever my mom says," "I would donate my old clothes to people," and "Help someone if they are getting bullied and stand up."
Photo by Cally Nundahl