PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
GARRETT O'SULLIVAN, 5, left and Grant Leasure, 7, pose as Thing One and Thing Two and Ava Leasure poses as the Lorax at Dr. Seuss on the Loose at Gold Trail School on March 7. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene
STUDENTS LINE UP to buy Cat in the Hat themed cupcakes sold by Barbara Wagner in a Horton Hears a Who costume. Wagner's Kindergarten students decorated all of the cupcakes for the event. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene
SUPERINTENDANT JOE Murchison, left and Principal Scott Lyons help students mix up batches of "Oobleck," a gooey substance made from cornstarch. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene
THE CATS MEOW - Caroline Crevier, 12, left and Autumn Fowler, 13, right, both of Placerville check out the colorful Cat in the Hat themed cupcakes at Dr. Seuss on the Loose at Gold Trail School on March 7. Students participated in craft activities, games, and storytime and were treated to a musical "Seussical the Musical," performed by Gold Trail School's Music Mania. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene
STUDENTS PLAY a musical vocabulary game at Dr. Seuss on the Loose at Gold Trail School on March 7. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene
AMAYA VARGAS, 9, of Placerville, center has her face painted by Kylie Balentine, 13, of Placerville. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene
THE MAYOR of Whoville, Tony Reves, 13, of Placerville reads a Dr. Seuss book aloud to students at Dr. Seuss on the Loose. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene
SUPERINTENDANT JOE Murchison, left seals a bag of "Oobleck," a gooey substance made from cornstarch for Linzey Proto, 8, of Placerville, right, as her sister, Haley, 5, looks on. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene
WESTIN HAIL, 2 1/2, of Placerville smiles as mom, Kasey, left places a paper hat on his head. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

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