Mighty Muscles' pick of the month: This is Ms. Andy Scarborough. She teaches at West Cobb Christian Academy. In January, Ms. Scarborough started walking as a way to increase physical activity. She is now up to 6 miles! Not only that, but she also invites family and friends so they can all encourage each other while spending time together, too. Keep an eye out for her and her friends around Kennesaw Mountain, and see if you can keep up with them!
This camper at the Covington Family YMCA was very excited to play "What's in That Lunch Anyway!?!"
March 2nd is the birthday of Dr. Seuss!
Dr. Seuss had a famous cat
who wore a big blue and white hat!
Would you, could you, write a poem
so you can wear this hat at home?
Would you, could you, pen a ditty
about this most famous kitty?
Maybe you are better at art?
Instead draw us a Seuss-a-gart!
Have fun, be silly, this isn't a test-
submit your entry and we'll do the rest!
In celebration of our beloved author Dr. Seuss' birthday, Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre program is giving away Cat in the Hat hats!
To get your hat, simply submit a Seuss-style verse or a photo of a drawing or sculpture of your favorite Seuss character or one from your own imagination!
All ages may enter- who doesn't love Dr. Seuss, after all!- just be sure to email your entry before midnight EST on Wednesday March 9th.
Did you know:
-Theodor Seuss Geisel was born on March 2, 1904, in Springfield, Massachusetts.
-Among his many and varied accomplishments, he published 44 books for children during his lifetime.
This is the lovely and clever McKenzie
who became so caught up in her Seuss frenzy
Rather than writing poetry or prose
or drawing a creature with a huge nose
'Stead she found a splendid trick in her hat-
and chose to become the Cat with All That!