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Breakfast Buffet With Biscuit The Dog Held At AU

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/27/2013

The Ashland University Bookstore and the Youth Literacy Team invited area youngsters to enjoy a Breakfast Buffet with Biscuit the Dog this past weekend.

AU Bookstore Director Terri Hudson about 50 children and adults enjoyed french toast, fruit, miffins and juice, followed by a special Biscuit story time reading.

The AU Bookstore holds six events each academic year with this being the fourth event which Hudson says is popular with children.

On Feb. 9, there will be an American Girl Mother-Daughter Tea presented, followed by Breakfast with the Cat in the Hat on March 2.

   
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