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By Kelsey McDonald
Forest Park Elementary School teacher Cricket Dolezol, left, and other members of the American Legion helped raise $1,000 for classroom libraries. They hosted an event today where World War II Navy veteran Albert Lefevra, right, told students about his time in the service.

Bikers raise $1,000 for classroom libraries

The American Legion Post 409 helped raise $1,000 for classroom libraries at Forest Park Elementary School.

The bikers visited the school on Wednesday afternoon to show off their bikes, read and share stories with fifth-graders.