Two words…Water Wednesday!! There were many sounds of laughter in the air today in Garden 2! During Circle Time, we practiced writing our names and the letters “S” & “T”. For Show & Share, friends had wonderful summer collages of themselves. We were so proud!
Unfortunately, the line was too long so we just proceeded to go to Starbucks and got a vanilla bean Frappuccino and left. We did not get back to Winston until real late, that night. This was a day I will never forget. I had so much fun with all of them. Memories that will last forever and I truly did have the time of my life.
The community at camp may be weak toward the beginning but as the week goes on usually by the night time of the first night it is the best that I can get everyone is so friendly and nice there. As I said there is fun and games but also serious time which is at club and a thing we call cabin time. To start with club is usually every ones favorite part of camp, to give a run down on it everyone runs in all at once and just starts to sing well let me take that back scream at the top of there lungs, after we play a game are too that is always really funny and sometimes even embarrassing for some. Afterwards it’s time to all sit down as a group of all of camp and a speaker gives a talk about God starting with an intro in to the life of a Christian. Everyone is always paying fully attention to it and actually listens to it.
Like many American teenagers, Breslin claims that her favorite food is pizza. On a few occasions, she actually claims to eat it every day and never gets sick of it. Number Seven: Climbing the Ladder As she started out, the young girl starred mostly in television commercials.
The activities and events we host are always very fun and exciting. I have been a volunteer since my freshman year of high school, which is when they allow you to be a volunteer. Before that you may participate in the activities. I feel that this volunteer project does benefit both me and the recipients, because I get to experience such an amazing act of kindness that changes a person 's life forever. It also benefits the recipients, because they get to have their lives changed forever.
The Tough Mudder is very impressive for me by its motivations of all participants. Unlike the relax atmosphere at Noosa Jazz Festival, the day I attendant in Tough Mudder was a very busy Sunday with over five thousands of attendees in that day. My first job was cheering people up in the first obstacle, Kiss of the Mud, and it is really interesting experience to me. In most of the event, the volunteers are the boundary spanners of the event organization. So that before I did my job, the volunteer manager told us we should do whatever things we could to cheer people up by encourage them and make some noise.
My first time I went to Tuacahn I got to see Newsies and Shrek. Tuachan is an Amphitheater in the mountains , where the scenery is really beautiful that time of year. It was so magical and hot , really hot. So the trip from Idaho to St. George it takes about seven and a half hours to get there longest car trip ever , not really the trip to Canada is so much longer , anyway it is super long unless you are listening to music, my family loves music so much if we could sit in a car listening to music twenty-four seven we totally would. When we found out we were going to see Newsies and Shrek we listened to the music over and over and over again .
With her publicity and the performances she gave, people adored her more and more. She did promotional tours which were remarkably successful. That is when she got her nick name ‘The Empress of Blues’. She had a really strong and powerful voice filled with different kinds of emotions and her songs were never filled with absurdity but always had a story which many people found themselves. She was admired by almost everyone.
All of them are like lit before 3:00. So the day goes on and we usually end up at the “Strip” at night. Usually we find our own way to the Strip but this particular year Mrs. Christie was nice enough to take us to the Strip. So we all pack up in the “church van”; all my friends are high, drunk, and everything else and we head to the Strip.
Tickets are on sale now for Shellabration The people of Fort Dodge are not going to want to miss the biggest concert event of the summer. This year, The Steve Miller band will be headlining the annual Shellabration concert on Thursday, June 30 at the Harlan Rogers Sports Complex just north of Fort Dodge. Jim Reed, the president of Shellabration says, “This is the single most well attended event in Fort Dodge all summer and residents will not want to miss out.”
Born in Washington D.C in 1899, Duke Ellington was an American composer, pianist and bandleader of a jazz orchestra. He settled in New York City from the mid-1920s and earned a national profile for his Cotton Club performances in Harlem. In 1930’s, Ellington toured in Europe and became a pivotal figure in the history of Jazz. One of the many albums he has recorded is Ellington at Newport which was a live jazz album from 1956 and it was performed by his band at the Newport Jazz Festival. It’s producers were George Avakian and Phil Schaap.
I attended the Student Jazz Concert at the Bruce Owen Theatre located on the campus of OCCC on October 17, 2017. The group that was performing consisted of students from the Southeast High School and OCCC. I decided to attend this concert from the recommendation of my teacher, Professor Boyle. He had mentioned to the class that it would be a wonderful jazz concert and would be worth our wild to attend. He also offered extra credit points to attend, so this helped in many students decision to attend.
The iconic English rock band, The Beatles has come to be known as one of the most powerful, influential rock bands of the twentieth century. The Beatles dominated the music charts with having sold hundreds of millions of records just in America alone. The group deservingly won several Grammies and other awards through their widely success sales. Their song, “Revolution” was first released as a hard rock song in despite being the second version to be recorded. “Revolution 1” was the original, slower version that was later released on the album, The Beatles.