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Kyler Stinson, Reporter

Lots of people do things over thanksgiving. Most people stay home, cook turkey, and hang out with family. While others travel to family in other places. But for most families, Thanksgiving is about spending time with family and friends and eating. But now you are going to hear what other kids around CMS do.

Anders Nelson, a 7th-grader at CMS, drives to Worland for Thanksgiving and goes turkey hunting with family. Then he makes pies with his grandma and his sister. Jordan Shumard, an 8th-grader at CMS, travels to different places with her family this year they are going to Hawaii. People do tons of different things for thanksgiving but the main thing people do is spend time with family and friends.