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May Fun with our partner school Binghampton Christian Academy

06-02-22

School’s out for the Summer! However, the school year ended with a bang with Paragon partnering with Binghampton Christian Academy at the annual BCA Family Day and the 4th Grade End of School Year Field Trip. In early May, Paragon team members celebrated Spring with the school by hosting the entire student body and teachers with games, crafts, music, popcorn, and a sweet treat from MemPops. BCA parents and teachers participated in a building credit/home buying seminar hosted by Paragon’s Mortgage Department.

         

The last week of school was celebrated with the 4th Grade End of School Year field trip to the Memphis Botanic Garden. Students explored the latest exhibit, Alice’s Adventures at the Garden, where they viewed larger-than-life Alice in Wonderland-themed floral sculptures. The exhibit featured sculptures of The Red Queen playing croquet, Alice spinning through Wonderland, card guards and pawns defending The Chess Set, and the mysterious grin of The Cheshire Cat.

 

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