Munson Elementary School kindergarten students Sofia Biloochenko, left, and Wyatt Adair dress as the letters “D” and “A,” respectively, serving as wedding attendants for the class’ ceremony celebrating the marriage of “Q” and U.” The wedding is an annual alphabet tradition in teacher Patty Kingzett’s class.

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Students attend alphabet wedding

Munson Elementary School students in Patty Kingzett’s kindergarten class attended the wedding of the letters “Q” and “U” for their annual alphabet tradition.

Dressed as their assigned letter, like “K” in a karate uniform, “P” in a Pittsburgh Penguins jersey and “S” in a striped shirt, girls carried miniature bouquets and boys wore bowties with the letters “Q” and “U.” Even a marriage certificate for “Q” and “U” was presented with the signature of a local judge.

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