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Comedian Helps to Celebrate National Library Week

Comedian Helps to Celebrate National Library Week
Celebrity comedian Michael Winslow, well known for his role as the human beat-box in the "Police Academy" movies, will be reading at the Saints Peter and Paul Catholic School cafeteria at 9 a.m., on Tuesday, April 4. Both Dober and Tuitt Elementary are invited.

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Comedian Helps to Celebrate National Library Week
Celebrity comedian Michael Winslow, well known for his role as the human beat-box in the "Police Academy" movies, will be reading at the Saints Peter and Paul Catholic School cafeteria at 9 a.m., on Tuesday, April 4. Both Dober and Tuitt Elementary are invited.