ORANGE — As the school year at St. Mary Catholic School is quickly coming to a close, Pre-K teachers and students planned and carried out a tea to honor the children’s mothers. Mrs. Rhonda Harmon and Mrs. Angie Smith worked diligently to arrange the event where the children actually served their mothers. Everyone enjoyed the tea and all of the mothers went home with a beautiful remembrance of the occasion.
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