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Meyer Middle School seventh graders presented a Festival of Nations on Thursday, May 29, in the school gym. After months of research the students created display boards, gave out food samples and dressed in native costumes. Elisa Putzier (shown) said she picked Nepal because she used to do a dance that was native to that area. She said the most interesting thing she learned was that most of Nepal’s land consists of mountains. She is the daughter of John and Shelly Putzier.

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Seventh graders from Blue House at Meyer Middle School held a Festival of Nations on the morning of Thursday, May 29. Students spent months researching different countries. Gold House students held its own festival Thursday afternoon.

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During the Thursday morning festival students displayed information about the country, as well as dressed in ethnic costumes and served food. Parents, grandparents and guests traveled throughout the gym, which was sectioned off into continents, learning about the different countries and sampling food.

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Jillian Dexheimer
Jillian Dexheimer has been a copy editor and reporter for the River Falls Journal since 2011. She previously worked for the River Falls Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau. Dexheimer holds a sociology degree from UW-River Falls.
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