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Students harvest some history

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    Ten-year-old Logan Moore wears a coon skin hat and a mustache during Harvest Day at Wayne Trail School in Maumee.

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    Grace Barcum, 9, and Elizabeth Lunsford, 9 dance the Macarena during Harvest Day at Wayne Trail School.

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Wayne-Train-harvest-day-Logan-Moore

Ten-year-old Logan Moore wears a coon skin hat and a mustache during Harvest Day at Wayne Trail School in Maumee.

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Wayne Trail School in Maumee recently held a Harvest Day celebration.

Many hands-on events took place, including a hay ride. Wolcott House and Sauder Village were involved to provide local history lessons in a fun way. Students played old fashioned games from the 1800s, such as Graces.

Wayne-Trail-Grace-Barcum-Elizabeth-Lunsford

Grace Barcum, 9, and Elizabeth Lunsford, 9 dance the Macarena during Harvest Day at Wayne Trail School.

The Blade/Lisa Dutton
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