Friday, March 19, 2010
Hey pallies, dudes likes diggs this....our Dino has started invadin' the public schools!!! William S. Greene Elementary School in Fall River Mass. is definitely where it is at! As you will read below, 6 and 7 year olds at this school pad have become introed to our Dino durin' a multicultural celebration in their classes/ How totally rad is this to read of these youngens helpin' our Dino sings "That's Amore."
Below is a portion of an article written by Mr. Phil Devitt for the South Coast Today site that speaks of this celebrative Dino-event. Can't you just see these wee ones bein' turned on to the Dino-beat and becomin' life-long Dino-devotees?!?!?!
ilovedinomartin salutes the teachers of William S. Greene Elementary School for havin' such cool insight to helps the children in their charge to get to know and love our Dino! Can't you just see these kiddies goin' home and askin' their mommy and daddy-o's to gives 'em more Dino?!
To read all 'bout this, just click on the tagg of this Dino-gram to goes to the original article. As an added Dino-bonus sharin' one of those most classic Dino-moments where our Dino shares in singin' the amore song for the cameras. Dino-swingin', DMP
PHOTOS BY PHIL DEVITT/FALL RIVER SPIRIT GETTING A GRIP: Ethan Pacheco, 7, gets used to his first pair of chopsticks at a multicultural celebration at Greene Elementary School while Victoria Goulart, 6, looks on.
March 18, 2010 12:03 PM
Fall River Spirit Editor
They were born years after Dean Martin took his final bow, but a festive group of 6- and 7-year-olds sang "That's Amore" like old pros at William S. Greene Elementary School.
Seated inside the school's science lab, the students crooned the song — with its famous mix of Italian and English ,lyrics — as best they could, while Martin's familiar baritone voice blared from a nearby stereo.