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Atherton: 'Milk and Cookies with the Mayor'

 

Editor's Note: When we heard Atherton's mayor was attending this event, we asked one of the participants to send us a report. Fiona is a 7-year-old first-grader at Sacred Heart School.

By Fiona M. Lempres | Special to the Almanac

Atherton Mayor Elizabeth Lewis went to the Sacred Heart School Book Fair event "Milk and Cookies with the Mayor" on Wednesday night. It was an extravaganza.

There were about 100 people there, and most of them were wearing pajamas. She read four books. She also did a speech on leadership, especially girls leadership.

SHS first-grader Charlie Ford said: "It was so cool! My favorite book she read was 'Hug Machine.'"

SHS Librarian Alison Anson said: "It was an honor to have the mayor read at our library."

The money from the Book Fair goes to Sacred Heart School, especially the library. Everyone had fun at "Milk and Cookies with the Mayor," especially the mayor.

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Posted by Ms. Bunyagidj (Room 304 at SHS)
a resident of Atherton: other
on Mar 4, 2016 at 8:12 am

Good job writing this article Fiona! Abigail shared this with us today in class. Charlie even read his own quote. We also think its cool that your dad is the vice Mayor.

From,
The 1st Graders in Ms. Bunyagidj's class
SHS, Room 304


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Posted by Ms. Silvers
a resident of Atherton: other
on Mar 4, 2016 at 12:58 pm

Ms. Anson has put on a spectacular BOOK FAIR with a literary figure costume day, author signings, service dog visits, snacks, breakfast treats and array of literature to purchase for one and all!
My class, at Sacred Heart Lower School,tremendously enjoyed this special week!
BRAVO!


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