Fort Rucker Elementary School students celebrate Dr. Seuss

By U.S. ArmyMarch 11, 2010

Fort Rucker Primary School students try their hands and feet at Twister March 4 during Dr. Seuss Week. From left are Austin Henry, 6; Gavin Mann, 7; and Bryan Roderick, 7.
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Six-year-old Destiny Harvey attempts a balancing act with bean bags March 4.
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Fort Rucker Primary School first graders parade around on stilts. Teachers and volunteer parents put on a myriad of themed games in honor of children's books author Theodor Seuss Geisel.
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