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Students celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday

FORT KENT, Maine — Students at Fort Kent Elementary School celebrated all things Dr. Seuss on the anniversary of the beloved children’s author’s birthday, Thursday, March 3. Student Council members read Dr. Seuss stories to younger students at the school.

“Our students promoted literacy by reading aloud and answering questions of younger students,” said educator and Student Council adviser Lori Levesque.

Paradis Shop ‘n Save employee Crystal Bouley created elaborate cakes inspired by the writings of Dr. Seuss for a celebration of the anniversary of the late author’s birthday at Fort Kent Elementary School on Thursday, March 2.

“In celebration, while connecting with his literature, the school menu included green eggs and ham as its main offering for its lunch program.” Also during lunch, students and staff sang happy birthday and shared elaborately decorated cakes inspired by Dr. Seuss’ writings.

Paradis Shop and Save of Fort Kent employee Crystal Bouley created the cakes.

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