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Valentine’s Day tradition

Last year, five-year-old Cashus Casci started his own tradition of bringing flowers to every student and teacher in his class on Valentine’s Day. Above, Casci headed out on Wednesday loaded with flowers for his kindergarten class's Valentine’s Day party at Grass Valley Charter School. He says he plans on keeping his annual tradition going.
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Last year, five-year-old Cashus Casci started his own tradition of bringing flowers to every student and teacher in his class on Valentine’s Day. Casci headed out on Wednesday, loaded with flowers, for his kindergarten class’s Valentine’s Day party at Grass Valley Charter School. He says he plans on keeping his annual tradition going.


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