Living History

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Eupora Elementary School SHAPE students participated in a Living History Program about the Westward Pioneers. Pat Arinder visited EES and talked to the students about the pioneers and about their toys, games and music. Students played with pioneer toys, participated in pioneer games and sang old-time songs while Arinder played his banjo.

 
 
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