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Mothers Day in Full Bloom

As Mother’s Day was only a few days away, Kindergarten students from Lloyd S. King Elementary School of the Missisaugas of the New Credit First Nations were invited to visit the Hagersville Secondary School Green House to make a decorated flower pot with a planted perennial flower to later give to a prominent woman in their lives on Friday, May 11.

HAGERSVILLE — As Mother’s Day quickly approached last week, Kindergarten students from Lloyd S. King Elementary School of the Missisaugas of the New Credit First Nations were invited to visit the Hagersville Secondary School Green House last Friday to make gifts to celebrate a prominent woman in their lives. The students were directed on how

HAGERSVILLE — As Mother’s Day quickly approached last week, Kindergarten students from Lloyd S. King Elementary School of the Missisaugas of the New Credit First Nations were invited to visit the Hagersville Secondary School Green House last Friday to make gifts to celebrate a prominent woman in their lives.

The students were directed on how to make a key chain and how to plant an orange perennial flower under the guidance of Miss P. Zadanyi, Mr. T Barker and their high school students.

The younger students were also taken on a walk through the green house and also given the opportunity to taste garlic from the outside garden. They were then able to take their decorated and planted flower pots home after a morning full of listening, learning and appreciation.

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