OES kindergartner Autumn Reed is all smiles as she proudly displays her birthday cake with 100 candles to celebrate Feb. 1, the 100th day of school last week. Autumn said the cake was her idea. Her mom, Tania, took her to Dollar Store, where she selected necessary items like Styrofoam, confetti paper, and candles. “She was so excited to go to school,” Tania said, “and told me everyone was going to love her cake. When she came home that afternoon, she was so happy because she said everyone did. It made her whole day.”
OES kindergartner Autumn Reed is all smiles as she proudly displays her birthday cake with 100 candles to celebrate Feb. 1, the 100th day of school last week. Autumn said the cake was her idea. Her mom, Tania, took her to Dollar Store, where she selected necessary items like Styrofoam, confetti paper, and candles. “She was so excited to go to school,” Tania said, “and told me everyone was going to love her cake. When she came home that afternoon, she was so happy because she said everyone did. It made her whole day.” Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star
OES kindergartner Autumn Reed is all smiles as she proudly displays her birthday cake with 100 candles to celebrate Feb. 1, the 100th day of school last week. Autumn said the cake was her idea. Her mom, Tania, took her to Dollar Store, where she selected necessary items like Styrofoam, confetti paper, and candles. “She was so excited to go to school,” Tania said, “and told me everyone was going to love her cake. When she came home that afternoon, she was so happy because she said everyone did. It made her whole day.” Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star

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February 07, 2017 09:40 PM

UPDATED February 08, 2017 08:47 AM

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