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Celebrating Dr. Seuss at WACC in Sterling

Published: Tuesday, March 4, 2014 1:15 a.m. CDT
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Dressed like Thing 1 from Dr. Seuss’ “The Cat in the Hat,” Zach Schmidt, a junior at Milledgeville High School, helps Joseph Reaver, 4, craft a hat in the early childhood education class at the Whiteside Area Career Center. The class celebrated the eccentric author’s birthday Monday.
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Amanda Jensen of Dixon lends a hand to Maddux Campos, 5, as he tries on his newly crafted hat. The early childhood education class at WACC celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday on Monday.
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Alex Soriano, a senior at Sterling High School, fixes Jack Saathoff's "Cat in the Hat" hat Monday afternoon in the early childhood education class at WACC. The class made the hats and listened to stories from Dr. Seuss in celebration of his birthday.

Dressed like Thing 1 from Dr. Seuss’ “The Cat in the Hat,” Zach Schmidt, a junior at Milledgeville High School, helps Joseph Reaver, 4, craft a hat in the early childhood education class at the Whiteside Area Career Center. The class celebrated the eccentric author’s birthday Monday.

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