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Food and family plenty of both are the key ingredients for a fun Thanksgiving feast.
That's the take of six fourth-graders at Bel-Air Elementary School in the Northeast Heights asked as a group this week to talk about their holiday traditions.
Outlining their personal schedules for Thursday's events, the children offered a glimpse into what could become fond childhood memories.
Two of the youngsters, Kyle Tafoya, 9, who will spend the day with family at Jemez Pueblo, and Justin Piquin, 10, who will be with family at Acoma Pueblo, said they would wake up before dawn, arm themselves with bow and arrow and help older relatives hunt for a wild turkey for the Thanksgiving meal.
Lauren Francia, 9, will help her mother prepare …