Some facts about Ariana Hurdle are, her birthday is on November 3rd, 2000, she attends Kamehameha Schools Maui, and she loves paddling. Ariana has been paddling since Freshman year and since then she has paddled not only for school, but for Wailea Canoe Club. She is proud to say that she paddles because she feels that it helps her connect with the past and her culture. In Ariana's free time she enjoys, watching movies, hanging out with friends, and catching up on sleep. Ariana is the 4th of 5 children in her family.
This trip is a little fuzzy, because it was over four years ago. But, we had so much fun on that trip, we decided to go again last year. This trip to Captiva was one of the highlights of my year. First let me introduce all of the people that attended this trip. My Aunt Linda and Uncle Mike, and their college kids Chase and Nick.
At the end of my sophomore year I decided to apply for Ambassadors for my Junior year. It’s a program at Poudre that goes into Freshman classes and teaches them about topics they usually won’t cover in normal school curriculum. I decided to join the program because I did a very similar program called WEB you could do in 8th grade where we went into the 6th grade classrooms and did the same thing. I was really happy when I got accepted into this leadership program because I had so much fun doing WEB. At the begging of the next year Ambassadors goes on a retreat together up in the mountains where we really start to bond together.
You have been there for me since day one and have been able to push me to my full potential. You have touched so many girls here and are an amazing person to all of the girls. I would like to thank Miss robin for all that you have done for me (giving me constructive feedback) the feedback you gave me helped me to grow and receive and give feedback and It really helped a big part in my treatment here so thank you. I would like to thank Miss Tama and Mr.Roger. I really appreciate how you both would talk to me after school and offer me support and advice .
Run of Glory Ever since I was seven years old my best friend, Quinn Parker, and I wanted to play basketball for Downsby High School, the number one high school basketball team in America. We would train every day, no matter rain or shine, just so we could see the names Evan Johnson and Quinn Parker on the Downsby starting line-up. We played basketball together with the same team, and the same coach, at the same place. It’s basically my second home where I go to see my second family.
Sledding is remarkably fun in the winter, when you are careful. Cold, wet, and beautiful white snow, blankets small hills in my home of Indiana in the shivering December-February months. But venturesome cardboard sledding, in California at anytime of the year, is loads more fun in my experience. I was 9 years old, and my elder sister and I flew out to the west coast into a busy suburban city near the Golden Gate Bridge to see our relatives on our mother’s side. As you may know of, California is known for their golden rolling hills of tall tan grass and hovering-over-homes redwood trees.
At the beginning of the next year it was time to begin preparing for the annual T.I. Camp, which everyone, including me, was excited about! After attending T.I. Camp as a participant for two years I decided to send in an application for youth staff, which
The water droplet patterns symbolises nature thought water. I chose to include this in my portrait as water was a big part of my childhood in various ways. Every year my family would take time off and rent out a house at Sellicks Beach to be close to the water and go out boogie boarding. Recently we bought a house down there and go up as often as we can. Water is also significant to me because every time my sister and I would go to our cousin’s house we had a clown outdoor water sprinkler and we would run around it all day having the time of our lives.
My other grandma, although not around often, I know she supports me as much as she can and always follows all of my action through my dad and Facebook. Next, I’d like to thank my cousin Jasmine, Aunt Donna and Uncle Danny, for always giving me a place to go to and some great people to always talk to. Next, I’d like to thank my best friends, Katlynn, Hugo, Robbie, Devin and Kaylee. You five are the bestest friends anyone could ever ask for and I couldn’t have been more blessed than to spend 12 plus years with you all. We’ve all had so many great memories together
It 's something I 'm gonna miss when I graduate,” Madison Ferrill, 11, says. The week kicked off with Disney Day on Monday, where students were encouraged to dress up as their favorite childhood Disney characters. “It was definitely my favorite dress up day. I got to dress up like a
I had never in my life felt as loved or accepted as I did at camp. My friend and I continued to go to camp every summer throughout elementary and high school. It didn 't matter what point I was at in my life, camp was a safe haven of love. Each year, I would come and hear a little more about my creator. As great as
TNSCTP Scholarship Letter Athlete: Madelynn Weas Madelynn has been voted President of Str8 Shooters Clay Team by her teammates for the last 2 years. She fills the role perfectly with her drive for knowledge, she has been in a leadership roll for years as a 4H Honors/Allstar member. I think that this has helped her perfect her pursuit through coaching or mentoring shotgun sports with SCTP. I can always rely on her to work with me on our new and upcoming youth, her form and stance will always be textbook, this seems to help the youth understand what goal we are working towards. She could and will pursue the roll of coaching to the next level in the future.
From a young age I watched the cheerleaders at football games in incredible admiration. All of the girls- in their sleek uniforms with pompoms in colors representing their school- captured my attention. I longed to be in their shoes one day, and I looked up to them. The cheerleaders claimed the spot role model to me for the majority of my childhood. I never realized that years into the future I would fill their shoes, and carry the responsibility of being the person little girls looked up to.
As I said in the beginning, I am beyond proud of myself for becoming an LNA. Throughout my experience of becoming an LNA I have learned that you can’t be afraid of what you want to do and that you may have to prove people wrong in life, even if it is your family. I am thankful for this experience and how much it has helped me grow for adulthood. I never changed as a person, I have just improved my talents and am chasing my