Friday, February 8, 2008

Senior Lucheon Info

Heres an update on the Newfound Challenge Class' community service project. We went to a senior luncheon . We helped out by serving them and sitting down to talk with them. The food we served was corn chowder, tuna fish, and pasta for their lunch. They also had coffee, punch, and hot tea to drink.
One positive outcome was we helped serve them, and they wouldn't think us teenagers are bad kids . They probably would help us build a skate park because we helped them out, so, maybe they will help us back.
One thing that I learned was to help people out and just have fun. They love having a civilized conversation with you and they really like that.

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Update On Project

Here's an update on the Newfound Challenge Class' community service project.
We the Newfound challenge kids volunteered to help at the older people lunch. We had a good time we served corn chowder tuna fish sandwiches and pasta salad and drinks. Just a hint, when an old lady yells at you (i don't want corn chowder) just walk away. All in all it was great time you should try it some time.
One good thing about the lunch is I got free food. The bad part was... I was not hungry. Another good outcome was we got to help out in the community. It is good to work in the community because people won't think we are punks.
I learned old lady's get mad if you give them corn chowder that they don't want. They may yell (i don't want corn chowder).


Here Is update on the Newfound Challenge Class' Community
Service Project. I went to a senior luncheon to help out people by serving the seniors food and beverages. We served the seniors their favorite food, corn chowder and their favorite beverages, coffee and tea. I, “The Prototype Football Star” also sat down and had a conversation with them.
One positive outcome of our involvement is that we earned their respect. We earned it by helping them out by serving them lunch.
I learned a lot about these people as seniors. It was nice to know what they were like because I did not know much about seniors. One guy told me punishments these days are less painful than they used to be. I'm glad this experience was useful.

Friday, February 1, 2008

Community Breakfast

I am part of a group of students that is putting on a community breakfast for anyone who wants it. It is going to be at the TTCC in Bristol, NH on February 21 from 9-10:30. We are doing this to help save food from getting thrown out. We can use this to help people in our community. We are getting the food from Hannaford in Plymouth who were nice enough to donate it.

every body is in the class today and there is a test