My apologies to Dr. Seuss
the many handwriting styles
the promo from 1973
when handling the piles of files.
Madison can offer a keen eye
and advice that's loaded with guile -
it's needed as the hours go by
as you're handling the piles of files
Here's Chuck, a member of Mensa
who handles his work by the aisle
I won't rhyme "Chuck;" it might offends ya,
but he also works the piles of files.
Winsome worked all day long
Headphones blaring different musical styles
As she joyously sang along
And handled her piles of files.
The "C's" are now in a good state
and we ended the day in smiles;
March 25th is the next date
To handle more piles of files.
A big "thank you" to the intrepid volunteers who attended the CF party last weekend. You guys are awesome!
If anyone would like to volunteer on the project, they should contact Madison Baird.
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