Every year in the North American, there is a big Ethiopian community sport festival .The organization invites all state sport representatives’ and supporter from all over American. It is a great celebrate party every year in the festivals. It also the palace we meet our old friends and family. I like the ideal because It the only place every Ethiopian people get together every year, in addition there is lots of fun, games, and friendships. I like these festivals because it looks like big villages of our country.
This is where the students get to perform any kind of talent they possess in front of the school and community members that choose to come. 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.
Dak asked, “why that one.” “it’s closer to my school because I want to keep together and help each other out.” They both went to the schools each other picked and still met up to talk about the game coming up and help each other out with their changes they had to make. So one game brought Dak a Scholarship, State Title for his team, MVP, and a great friend. And Dak to this day still talks to Anthony. Dak finished his career at football and he graduated college with a business major. He now runs a company and every Sunday he goes and watches his best friend play as a Dallas Cowboy.
Being the assistant captain on the team came with a lot of responsibility. It was my job to welcome the new members of the team and instill the familial aspect to the new wrestlers. Our family bond grew stronger, when we had the opportunity to travel to Florida as a team during the Christmas Break to train with some of the local high schools. This was an amazing experience, and I learned a lot from this trip. Another amazing opportunity I was able to be a part of was that I qualified for the National Championships in New Brunswick that year along with three other athletes on the team.
Football has been my favorite sport since I could run. Running free in the grass with friends and family made me appreciate the the quality of life I was blessed to have. Senior year of high school I went from league champions to below .500 records. Lake Winaukee was where the team would prep and practice for the upcoming season. As a senior, I felt I was obliged to help my team win football games and the place we could create chemistry was Lake Winaukee.
Throughout my career I have received many medals including those from the MSTCA coaches invitational held at the wrentham fair grounds. Participating at invitationals like this or competing at districts and dvc has meant the world to me. I have also received numerous plaques and achievements during my later years at the athletic banquets including most improved, rookie of the year and the coaches award. As my Sutton cross country season comes to an end each day I look forward to the possibility of participating on the bryant team. Indoor and outdoor track may be similar to some but to me they are as different as soccer and basketball.
March 6th, marked the day on which the Allied Union Club of Queens, held its annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration. The Allied Club is celebrating its 84th year and over 40 years of hosting this joyous event. Many were in attendance to honor this year’s “Man of the Year”, John Baker. Among the attendees, were over 30 honored guests of Local 3, including Business Manager Christopher Erikson, President John E. Marchell, and Queens Representative James Bua. A large number of Representative Baker’s family was also present to show their support for the man of the hour.
We were all excited to be at the cabin and were looking forward to playing our annual “King of the Hill,” game! “King of the Hill,” is a long tradition in our family and we keep track of the winner each summer we play. This year was my year to win. Once I got to the Trampoline I could smell the brand new rubber because it was brand new I had got it for my fourteenth birthday this year. Me, Sam, Tyler, and the dads all counted down, “five, four,
In 1992, they made a huge order of hats and sold them on the streets, making $800. When he was still in high school, he participated in a program that cemented the entrepreneurial spirit in him. He would work a full time job and attend school on an alternating weekly basis. He had also started a commuter van service after he graduated from high
I played well my 8th grade year and wanted to impress the varsity coach. So I attended every camp, workout, and winter practice to hopefully even get his attention. Even if I didn’t perform well I made sure I would always hustle and have a great attitude towards the game. The first day of practice I went and warmed up with the JV squad. In the middle of stretching the varsity coach shouted at me, “Green!
Having so many people interested in Armenians and our culture is what motivates me to spend an extra hour every day making future plans. An elected a board of 16 motivated students now meets both during and outside of school. With this board, I delegate duties to board members, which has made the club operate more smoothly. I have also reached out to local Armenian community leaders seeking help and advice. Finally, I have helped my high school become closer to the Armenian community by linking the Armenian Club with AYF, an organization that unites Armenian
First of all, I want to express my gratitude for the opportunity to apply for the Clarence A. Hawkes Scholarship. With the cost of a college education increasing to new heights, scholarships become all the more important. I have participated in numerous and varied extracurricular activities throughout my life, and all these extracurriculars take up a considerable amounts of time. For instance, most days last Fall I would arrive at the school at 7:00 for marching band, have class from 8:15-3:20, cross country from 3:30-5:15 and then musical practice from 6:30-9:00. These time commitments taught me to manage my time and to never take weekends for granted.
Intro/saying hello Nathanael Smith Point Park University Shadowing Good Evening, Hello Mrs. Shadow I wanted to take a few moments to thank you for the opportunity to shadow you at PNC Park. I can’t tell you how excited I am to work with an organization I have loved since I was a boy! I’m also very much looking forward to learning from someone who has been in the business for 23 years! It’s going to be such an experience to see how one of the best marketing programs in the MLB operates.
I also was interested to analyze how they promote their sponsors, because I will be doing the same thing when I start my internship this fall, at East Coweta High School. I had an amazing time at my first Georgia Southern game. The field and stadium looked absolutely beautiful. You could tell that the new