Tuesday Nov 22 2011 comments Colfax Elementary Thanksgiving event is a treasured tradition By: Michael Kirby/Colfax Record -A +A Owen McReynolds 5, and is his mother Carrie enjoyed the Thanksgiving feast Friday. "Everything is just wonderful," said Carrie McReynolds. Amy Deiter's class made pinecone turkeys for table decorations. Rylan Tenney dressed as a Pilgrim enjoys the Thanksgiving feast. Tenney is part of Amy Dieter's kindergarten class. Serving the Thanksgiving feast was (L-R) Jennifer Tenney, parent, Amy Dieter, teacher, Nicol Walker, parent, and Amy Bazzaroni, parent. Most of the feast was prepared by the kindergarten classes. Parent Jamie Baker is served the Thanksgiving feast Friday. Nicolas Bazzaroni in Amy Dieter's kindergarten class sings Thanksgiving songs Friday during the annual Thanksgiving program and feast. Adam Baker in Amy Dieter's class sings Friday. (L-R) Ivan Lee and Aubree McKee in Karen Quayles class sang Thanksgiving songs as part of the annual Thanksgiving program hosted by the Colfax Elementary kindergarten classes Friday. Dressed as Pilgrims and Native Americans the kindergarten classes of Amy Dieter and Karen Quayle sang songs for their guests at the Thanksgiving program and feast Friday. Pictured (L-R) is Wyatt Morgan, Adam Baker, and Ruby Russell.