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'Heavenbound' at Cornerstone

First- through 12th-grade students at Cornerstone Christian School in Decatur presented "Heavenbound" in songs, poetry and drama as their annual Grandparents' Day program.

In one skit, "4 Guys and a Van," above, help a family move at Christmastime; Kari Begemann is in front, with, from left, Brett Stowe, Jason Clark, Matt Pettit and Ben Roberts.

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Grandparents were honored during the program with photographs in a Powerpoint presentation. Among them was Annie Ruth Matthews, left photo, flanked by Ben Matthews and Jonathan Matthews. While last year's program had a patriotic theme, this time the students focused on Christmas at home with families. Third- and fourth-graders presented a poem, "I Love to Go to Grandma's."

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