Holy Rosary School celebrates Thanksgiving with homemade food and hats

The Mahasky family, from left, Kalli, Phil and Pam, prepare the filling for their homemade pies during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration. - Submitted photos
From left, Lauralie Carden, Quinn Carden and John Carden mold crusts for the pumpkin filling during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration. - Submitted photos
Third-grade students Nina Agostini, left, and Lily Ostrowski show off their Native American paper hats during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration. - Submitted photos
Holy Rosary School students, from left, Nora McNamara, Lilly Sammon and Lauren Marranca say a prayer before eating during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration. - - Submitted photos
Eighth-grade student Meghan McDonnell, left, and her mom, Ann, prepare their Thanksgiving dessert during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration. - - Submitted photos
Second-grade students, from left, Cole Pace, Chase Valeski, and Jacob White dress as pilgrims to celebrate the holiday during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration. - - Submitted photos

DURYEA — Holy Rosary School celebrated the Thanksgiving holiday with a variety of holiday school traditions.

The eighth-grade students and their families enjoyed baking homemade pumpkin pies together.

The Mahasky family, from left, Kalli, Phil and Pam, prepare the filling for their homemade pies during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_HR-Thanksgiving-1-1.jpgThe Mahasky family, from left, Kalli, Phil and Pam, prepare the filling for their homemade pies during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration. Submitted photos

From left, Lauralie Carden, Quinn Carden and John Carden mold crusts for the pumpkin filling during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_HR-Thanksgiving-2-1.jpgFrom left, Lauralie Carden, Quinn Carden and John Carden mold crusts for the pumpkin filling during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration. Submitted photos

Third-grade students Nina Agostini, left, and Lily Ostrowski show off their Native American paper hats during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_HR-Thanksgiving-3.jpgThird-grade students Nina Agostini, left, and Lily Ostrowski show off their Native American paper hats during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration. Submitted photos

Holy Rosary School students, from left, Nora McNamara, Lilly Sammon and Lauren Marranca say a prayer before eating during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_HR-Thanksgiving-4.jpgHoly Rosary School students, from left, Nora McNamara, Lilly Sammon and Lauren Marranca say a prayer before eating during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration. Submitted photos

Eighth-grade student Meghan McDonnell, left, and her mom, Ann, prepare their Thanksgiving dessert during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_HR-Thanksgiving-5.jpgEighth-grade student Meghan McDonnell, left, and her mom, Ann, prepare their Thanksgiving dessert during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration. Submitted photos

Second-grade students, from left, Cole Pace, Chase Valeski, and Jacob White dress as pilgrims to celebrate the holiday during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_HR-Thanksgiving-6.jpgSecond-grade students, from left, Cole Pace, Chase Valeski, and Jacob White dress as pilgrims to celebrate the holiday during Holy Rosary School’s Thanksgiving celebration. Submitted photos