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22 NOVEMBER DECEMBER 2015 goodMEMORIES W H AT A R E YO U R M O S T T R E A S U R E D H O L I D AY T R A D I T I O N S Tweens Tell Us My grandparents take me my parents brothers cousins aunts and uncles on a beach trip every year for the whole week ofThanksgiving. They start- ed doing that before I was even born. Its awesome to spend the week with my extended family and the best part is all being together. We dont even care about tra- ditional foods. Sometimes weve even had Costa Rican beans and rice and watermelon for Thanksgiving - Zoe Bell 7th grader Parkhill Jr. High pictured below with her extended family My favorite holiday tradition is spending time with family and friends that I love. Last year my fam- ily started a new tradition. We had a big Hanukkah party. Exchanging white elephant gifts was the best -Sophia Weiss 6th grader Renner Mid- dle School On New Years Eve my family including cousins aunts uncles and one year my great-grandmother all get together at my grandmothers house to ring in the New Year. We sing karaoke good singers and bad dance and drink sparkling apple cider. We always watch the Times Square Ball drop at midnight in New York City on television and look forward to the new year. - Lily Russell 6th Grade Prince of Peace Christian School Early Learning Center Teens Tell Us My favorite holiday tradition is running the Tur- key Trot before my family goes to the Dallas Cow- boys game on Thanksgiving Day. We get there hours before kickoff to join up with our friends and tailgate before heading into the game. We all bring the entire meal to share turkey sides pies. We can eat with less guilt since we start the day with a 5K. - Blake Heckel Junior Jesuit School pictured above left with his brothers Kyle and Ben at the Turkey Trot. Every year my whole family goes to my grandpar- ents house in Atlanta. We always go on a family hike and do an art activity that my grandma whos an artist creates like painting small canvases that she hangs in a group. And we all cook all together on Thanksgiving day. Its the best And every year we take a family pho- to on their stairs with all the grandkids. Carly Miller Mandel Junior Plano West Senior High School shown below on the stairs of her grandparents home alongside all her cousins