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Photo submitted by Melanie Mills.Last week children at Lone Jack School celebrated the written works of Theodore Seuss Giesel, more commonly known as Dr. Seuss. The celebration included guest readers from the community, students donning red and white Cat in the Hat headpieces and artist Russ Mills drew caricatures of students as famous Seuss characters. Local author Candida Sullivan read Seuss' Cat in the Hat to elementary students.
Photo submitted by Melanie Mills.Last week children at Lone Jack School celebrated the written works of Theodore Seuss Giesel, more commonly known as Dr. Seuss. The celebration included guest readers from the community, students donning red and white Cat in the Hat headpieces and artist Russ Mills drew caricatures of students as famous Seuss characters. Local author Candida Sullivan read Seuss' Cat in the Hat to elementary students.
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Photo submitted by Melanie Mills.


Last week children at Lone Jack School celebrated the written works of Theodore Seuss Giesel, more commonly known as Dr. Seuss. The celebration included guest readers from the community, students donning red and white Cat in the Hat headpieces and artist Russ Mills drew caricatures of students as famous Seuss characters. Local author Candida Sullivan read Seuss’ Cat in the Hat to elementary students.


Photo submitted by Melanie Mills.


Children’s Reading Foundation of Appalachia Director Debbie Knuckles reads Seuss’ Green Eggs and Ham to Lone Jack students. Dr. Seuss’s 110 birthday was celebrated on March 2. Celebrations will continue at the CRFA’s Read Across America event on Saturday at the Middlesboro Mall from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.

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