Crafty Grandpa

Ariana van den Akker/The Herald
Huntingburg Elementary third-grader Katie Smith smiled at her grandmother Lynda Mattingly of West Fork, not pictured, as her grandfather John Mattingly worked on a craft during Grandparents Day at the school Thursday. The school held festivities for grandparents Wednesday and Thursday that included crafts, interviews and singing.




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