Grandparents, children alike enjoy Grandparents Day

Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Grandparents Robert and Debbie Gundel of Washburn look for granddaughter Kailee Lauck's artwork on the wall, describing what her grandparents mean to her, outside of Lauck's second-grade teacher Julie Chappell classroom during the Grandparents Day event at Cassville's Eunice Thomas Elementary School Friday. The Gundels said they enjoy coming to school events and supporting their granddaughter whenever they can. In her artwork, Lauck said she enjoys eating homemade ice cream at her grandparents' house, playing on a swing set they got her and spending the night. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Grandparents Robert and Debbie Gundel of Washburn look for granddaughter Kailee Lauck's artwork on the wall, describing what her grandparents mean to her, outside of Lauck's second-grade teacher Julie Chappell classroom during the Grandparents Day event at Cassville's Eunice Thomas Elementary School Friday.

Grandmother Brenda Apsey hugs her grandson Jacob Hall, 7, of Cassville in the doorway of second-grade teacher Maggie Cornell's classroom during Grandparents Day at Cassville's Eunice Thomas Elementary School Friday. The event celebrated the importance and influence of having grandparents involved in education and invited grandparents to come to school to meet their grandchild's teacher and classmates. Apsey said Hall comes to her house after school and they enjoy doing homework, reading, and playing on the tablet together. Julia Kilmer reporter@cassville-democrat.com
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