Family keeps school picture tradition alive
A family tradition centered around a sweater and school pictures has repeated itself again in Brownsburg.
Brady Gose, 7, stood in line waiting for his 1st grade class picture. He looked like pretty much all the other kids, except the sweater he was wearing had a story behind it.
For nearly 60 years, Gose's family has worn that sweater in class pictures.
That includes his father, Chuck Gose, who wore the sweater in his class picture in 1982.
"I learned that both my father and his two brothers all wore the same sweater for their 1st grade picture," Gose said.
RTV6 reporter Jason Fechner visited the Gose family to get the whole story behind the sweater. Check out his report in the video player above.
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