Heritage Hall Elementary School students help man celebrate 100th birthday in Oklahoma City
Students from Heritage Hall Elementary School visited the Fountains at Canterbury to hear from a 100-year-old resident on the 100th day of school.
First-graders from Heritage Hall Elementary School marked the 100th day of classes by visiting the Fountains at Canterbury retirement community in Oklahoma City on Tuesday.
The class helped resident Sam Moore celebrate his 100th birthday. Moore told the students about what his life was like growing up and how the world has changed during the last 100 years.
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