Senior Year It was the fall of 1984; I was a senior in high school, this wasn’t a new school for me, I had attended this school for the last three years. Getting to school that morning proved to be very exciting, entering the doors at Hanau American High, this was going to be my last first day of school there. We were all excited to see each other, although we may have seen each other during the summer. This time I walked in with my head held high, I was a senior. We were going to rule the school, was going to be the best school year of my life.
Whether it was Israeli Dancing on the basketball courts on Friday nights, with my buddies, learning about what it means to be a Reform Jew, or sharing a rustic bunk with ten other girls, Eisner has truly enriched my life. However, the most incredible thing that Eisner does for a camper is give them the unmistakable feeling of community. Campers eat, sleep, study, dance, sing, pray, run, climb and live together in a for a summer surrounded by people who have embraced the essence of Judaism. At Eisner, I have participated in the most spiritually moving worship services. I have stood on the tables in the Chadar Ochel, the dining room, arm in arm with my friends singing during song sessions.
What things do you remember about your childhood? a. We were always happy growing up b. Always playing some type of sports c. Going to my grandparents house on the weekends d. Going to parks and fishing with my parents e. Eating out at our favorite restaurant every Friday night III. What jobs have you had in your life?
He defended slavery, and defended the positive good. Calhoun died March 31, 1850 in Washington, D.C. Henry Clay was born in Hanover County Virginia, on April 12 in 1777. He started off as a lawyer and moved to Lexington, Kentucky. His political career started in 1803, when he was elected into the Kentucky General Assembly. Clay pushed for liberalization of the states constitution, and he opposed the Alien and sedition Acts strongly.
In Lane County, The Boys and Girls Club of Emerald Valley calls itself the “Positive Place for Kids.” With two locations, Westmoreland and Cottage Grove, they are able to reach a large number of children in the greater Eugene area. The club is open to all children ages 6-18 who pay an annual membership fee of $20. This low membership cost is one of their biggest strengths and attracts many low-income families. During the summer there is an extra charge of $10/day for parents who wish to send their children to summer club that takes place each morning. The Boys and Girls Club of America has developed five core programs for each club chapter to offer.
A Defining Moment at a Young Age ENGL 1613 When I was 8 my parents took me on a surprise trip. I was so joyous when we pulled into the parking lot of Frontier City amusement park. Little did I know we weren’t there to ride rides but instead see Three Dog Night in concert. I had so much fun with my dad that night. As it turns out that night and the wonder of going to my first concert was one of the most inspiring moments of my life.
If your done toilet papering by 11 o'clock then your good to go. Otherwise you'd get chased down with a nightstick and a big fine to pay for the next day. Homecoming is the greatest week for high school students. Everyone has a great time including the students and teachers. Our homecoming pep-rally and the float parade had begun on Friday.
I got 6th place in the tournament and was not happy but I gained experience and never gave up. My father and I drove back to Dallas and were greeted by the rest of my family who were all over the country and some in different countries. My Spring Break was fun because I got to spend five days with my dad and we did what we both love to do. I was upset that I did not win but you can’t always win and you have to learn how to lose and be a good loser. Spring Break 2018 was one for the record
After returning to Miami, my next 24 hours would be spent saying goodbye to all of my loved ones. My house is always used for entertaining guests so it is a no brainer that I would then proceed to have a party. The party would begin in the late afternoon around 5pm to celebrate my life and all of the pleasurable moments I have shared with those that have a special place in my heart. I would have a disco ball, strobe lights, balloons of all colors of the rainbow, a buffet of Haitian and Chinese food since they are my favorite, a dj, and a 3 tiered cake in order to thank everyone for being in my life whether it was all of it or just a short amount of time. The party would have no time limit, and would end only when the last person left my
Tania Molina Professor: Ana Maria Maldonado Music 26 December 2013 Concert Report The event was the annual 2013 “Festival Cardenas” with the theme of “Una Buena Educacion,” the Educational Zone. The event was full day of free fun, food and entertainment for the entire family and was the most attended expo Latino students and families ever. The educational expo zone designed to provide students and their families with information and resources that will facilitate student academic achievement and the pathway to college. The event was on October 27, 2013. The event took place at the Auto Club Speedway of Fontana.