Heber Hunt Elementary School had its 12th annual Thanksgiving Feast on Tuesday, Nov. 26, in the school's gym.

It featured a traditional turkey dinner and a vocal music performance by second grade students.

Special guests included Sedalia police and fire department personnel, Sedalia 200 administrators, state Rep. Brad Pollitt and Mark Bare, a Heber Hunt alum from 1968-74 who currently lives in Overland Park, Kansas.

Bare has family in Sedalia and came over to help serve the meal with members of First United Methodist Church.
In the photos: OVERALL: Heber Hunt Elementary students, teachers, staff members and guests share a traditional Thanksgiving meal on Tuesday, Nov. 26, in the school's gym.

NOSE: Classmate Axle Brobst, left, helps draw attention to the whipped cream on the nose of first grader Leum Bashrum during Heber Hunt's Feast.

SING: Second grade students act out the lyrics as they perform for the crowd.

SPOON: Kindergartner Trinity Schook uses the "dessert first" technique, trying out some of the whipped cream on her pumpkin parfait before digging into the turkey and mashed potatoes.

BARE: Heber Hunt Elementary alumnus Mark Bare helps serve the traditional Thanksgiving meal to students.

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