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Sen. DiDomenico reads to Everett students during Dr. Seuss Week
tate Senator Sal DiDomeni-
the Dr. Seuss Week Celebrations
at several schools throughout the
city. He readhis favoriteDr. Seuss
preschool aswell as first and sec-
ondgrade.“This isalwaysaweek I
look forwardto, and I lovevisiting
each school and reading to our
students,”said Sen. DiDomenico.
“We have a great school system
in Everett, and I know our chil-
dren are receiving an outstand-
ing education. This is another ex-
ample of our administrators and
teachers coming together with
our students to make our curric-
ulum both educational and en-
joyable for everyone.”
to join statewide
By The Advocate
n Everett mosque will join fifteen
other Massachusetts Muslim reli-
gious centers in a statewide outreach
to meet their Muslim neighborhoods
and learnmore about their beliefs.
OnApril 2, theAmerican IslamicCen-
ter in Everett will joinmosques inQuin-
cy, Boston, Cambridge, Sharon, Way-
land, Framingham, Malden, Lowell,
Chelmsford, Lynn, andHopkinton in an
“openmosqueday.”Guestswill be invit-
ed to take a brief tour of the mosques,
introduction to theMuslim faith.
"In this time of widespread misun-
derstanding about Islam, we hope to
show our communities that their Mus-
limneighbors live, pray, anddream just
like anyone else," said Wafaa Wahabi
of Everett’s American Muslim Center.
"We'reproud toopenour doors, on this
day and every day."
TheAmericanMuslimCenter is locat-
ed on 82 Spring St., off of Revere Beach
The event is sponsored by the Mas-
sachusetts chapter of the Council for
American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).