Fifteen students at New Albany High School received very special invitations to be on the Krewe of Grenouille. The invitations were delivered to NAHS last week by a gigantic frog. The “lucky fifteen” were chosen by the Life Skills class at NAHS because of their kindness and will participate in the Nanny Gras parade on May 1 at 5 p.m. at the Sportsplex. The parade will be followed by the Frog-a-Nanny baseball game.
Frog-a-Nanny is a modified baseball game for students with disabilities in the New Albany and Union County School Districts. The event will begin with the parade followed by the ballgame and will conclude with a cookout and dance.
Volunteers range from school-age children to senior citizens. If you would like to volunteer for this event, contact Kelly Coltharp, Director of Special Services at 534-1802. For more information, go to www.frogananny.com
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