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Middlesex sixth-graders celebrate geography

Published 12:31 pm, Saturday, May 10, 2014
  • The sixth-grade silver team at Middlesex Middle School recently celebrated and learned about geography, culture and customs. The students attended four workshops as well as a special presentation by Mark Shepard, who entertained the audience with traditional African drumming and stories. The sixth-graders also received a taste of African cuisine with a catered lunch from Tabouli Grill in Stamford. Mia Sparks, left, and Sammy Lindell worked together on creating African drums. Photo: Contributed Photo, Contributed / Darien News
    The sixth-grade silver team at Middlesex Middle School recently celebrated and learned about geography, culture and customs. The students attended four workshops as well as a special presentation by Mark Shepard, who entertained the audience with traditional African drumming and stories. The sixth-graders also received a taste of African cuisine with a catered lunch from Tabouli Grill in Stamford. Mia Sparks, left, and Sammy Lindell worked together on creating African drums. Photo: Contributed Photo, Contributed

 

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The sixth-grade silver team at Middlesex Middle School recently celebrated and learned about geography, culture and customs. The students attended four workshops as well as a special presentation by Mark Shepard, who entertained the audience with traditional African drumming and stories. The sixth-graders also received a taste of African cuisine with a catered lunch from Tabouli Grill in Stamford.