Ronald McDonald shares life wisdom with children

Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Along with a rubber chicken, Ronald McDonald's assistant pulled out a whoopee cushion, embarrassing McDonald, who shared a presentation with children at the Cassville Branch Library last week using props and drama to impart life wisdom. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Ronald McDonald shows children how to say "I love you," in sign language, during a fun presentation at the Cassville Branch Library Thursday.

A volunteer helps Ronald McDonald draw a puzzle piece out of his bag to see if it is the missing piece that completes a portrait of the Mona Lisa he brought with him during his "Giving Back" presentation at the Cassville Branch Library last Thursday. McDonald used the famous portrait as an example to teach children that they are each a special "work of art." Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com
Ronald McDonald shows children how to say "I love you," in sign language, during a fun presentation at the Cassville Branch Library last Thursday. Along with entertainment, McDonald shared several nuggets of wisdom with the excited children in his "Giving Back" presentation, including the importance of having a positive attitude, seeing the glass half full, volunteering to help others and being a good citizen. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com
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