Every year I was involved in Dream Makers where we bought toys for underprivileged kids during Christmas. During Thanksgiving I collected and sorted food for Food for Families. The biggest event that most of the community was involved in would have been Relay for Life; everyone would join together as a community and volunteer. Here at Texas A&M I am not currently involved. I am researching organizations that I would like to join next semester and plan on joining at least
I believe that a close customer interaction would yield the best results. For example, they can sponsor local teams, schools, and known or underdog athletes. They can also donate to fitness centers and schools for people to try out the racket and in return people will play with the racket in the locations simply because it is new and no extra cost. Question 3. (a) Promotional Activities to Reach Recreational Players | (b) Promotional Activities to Reach Junior Players | Schools being sponsored | Tv shows that kid watch- introduce tennis playing in the shows | Media | Junior matches at community events and carnivals.
By taking advantage of many of the opportunities that Kettering has created for their students, I have learned an array of things unmatchable by any other community. From working with younger swimmers on how to flip turn to teaching Fairmont Industries kids how to play “Go Fish” to helping a student with their Algebra homework, I feel as if I have touched the lives of many students in different ways, simply because I was offered a chance through the community. The reward of giving back to Kettering will stay with me forever. I am so thankful to have had all of the opportunities given to me through Fairmont High School. I will proudly wear my ‘Firebird Pride’ into college next year, along with all of the redeeming qualities I have learned from all of my experiences.
If you don’t have very many friends, CAB is where you want to be. With an abundance of great, friendly members, it could help you gain lifetime friends. CAB host events such as lunch socials, midnight breakfast, tailgating for games, and concerts. I’m sure by the end of the school year, you’ll have plenty friends. You also gain leadership skills when being a member of CAB.
International Day at my school is a day when everyone comes to school with flags, signs, and clothing to represent their countries. Last year for International Day there was an assembly with students playing the role of traveler’s. They traveled to different countries like Greece, and Nigeria and told us somethings about their cultures. But I can’t forget the good food of different cultures being served for lunch. It ranged from curry chicken with rice to Fufu.
This program partners with youth organizations to ensure kids get a hot lunch and snack daily while in school. They also partner with home based child care to promote healthy meals. They help the home based centers get federal funds to buy the nutritious meals. They offer a twelve session program to teach kids about healthy meals and a six session program teaching the adults about the food pyramid. There is a family night where the kids prepare healthy snacks for their parents.
After being indulged in this project with Gloria, it really helped me to get to know her more. Gloria was very caring, intelligent, and also ambitious. In her spare time, she participated in community service activities; she believed that it was very important to give back to the community. She would go to homeless shelters and help serve food during the holidays. In addition, every Saturday she attended a community college to tutor kids with special needs.
Most of the time, I felt welcome because everyone was friendly and greeted me the second I sat down. At first I was completely clueless about the topic they were discussing, but Alex explained to me “They’re talking about a Pokémon battle.” Pokémon, the cartoon series, was a popular and normal topic for the people at this table “Everyone seems to enjoy the cartoon series Pokémon a lot and some are even playing Pokémon on their Nintendo D.S” (Lunch Challenge 2). As a kid, I grew up with Pokémon so I enjoyed the topic and was comfortable with everyone, since they shared something in common with me. At first, I thought this table was going to be boring and dull, but it turned out it was enjoyable. That just goes to show “Don’t judge a book by its
Changing the world for the better is always a great thing. Even if it’s just the daily pick up trash by the trash can. This semester I choose to stay at the same site as I did last time mostly because I love it and I love helping kids learn and play the game of soccer. Grassroots soccer is like a camp for kids below high school to further educate themselves about the tactics of soccer and to work on their playing skills. I did this community service over spring break going on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for four hours.
Every year, as was tradition in my mexican- american family, the person in my family who’s birthday it was would receive gifts such as baked sweets, candy, and fruit. After that, family and friends would be invited over to spend the evening eating and drinking and celebrating. That year, the festivities were sure to be greater to celebrate me coming of age, but