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Several students from the Eastern View High School chapter of National Honor Society took time out of their Saturday to read to kids from Dr. Seuss books at Culpeper County Library. Seuss, born Theodore Geisel, was born on March 2, 1904. Culpeper County Schools staff members also read to kids at Culpeper public schools thoughout the week as part of “Redad Across America.” Pcitured above are (from left, back: Victoria Phillips, Emily Watts, Jeb Carroll, Madeleine Mashon and Ashley Fox. Abigail and Sydney Smith (front) were two of the children who got to listen to the stories.
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