Port Angeles School District staff serve a meal of turkey, stuffing, green beans and mashed potatoes to Dry Creek Elementary students. Servers, from left, are Special Services Director Brianne Barrett, Dry Creek Principal Jay Sparks, Human Resources Director Scott Harker, counselor Laura Lilly and District Superintendent Marc Jackson. (Port Angeles School District)

Port Angeles School District staff serve a meal of turkey, stuffing, green beans and mashed potatoes to Dry Creek Elementary students. Servers, from left, are Special Services Director Brianne Barrett, Dry Creek Principal Jay Sparks, Human Resources Director Scott Harker, counselor Laura Lilly and District Superintendent Marc Jackson. (Port Angeles School District)

Dry Creek celebrates Thanksgiving with traditional gathering

PORT ANGELES — Dry Creek students, staff, community members and guests celebrated 34 years of school Thanksgiving gatherings.

The Tuesday meal was provided by Sodexo Food Services.

The Dry Creek Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) provided desserts and sponsored special guests’ meals.

The tradition began in 1983 at the old Dry Creek School.

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