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Be My Neighbor Day 2015

April 11th, 2015 from 9am-12pm, I was able to volunteer at a nursing home by cleaning up their community garden. This may seem like a little tedious task that has nothing to do with anything, but it became the exact opposite. 58 more words


White Walls

My first year of college is successfully under my belt. What a weird yet rewarding concept for me to considerably grasp.

From memories and late nights, to laughing and endless lessons learned, some of my thoughts I wrote summing up the feelings felt while packing up my belongings from my dorm room seemingly all too soon: 171 more words

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Day 7 of the 2015 LeaderShape Institute

Where do I even begin?

I can’t put into many words what the LeaderShape Institute experience was like for me, quite honestly.  Let’s just say nothing else could ever compare to all that LeaderShape had to offer.   782 more words


Quartet Rock-solid as first group of baseball captains

John Wright’s debut season as Salem head varsity boys baseball coach is going so well he can’t help but smile.

That smile is off the charts when he talks about seniors Tyler Brooks, Josh Penn, Brandon Gillen and Colin Savage — who happen to comprise what Wright said is the first group of captains in the program’s history. 1,540 more words


Westfield makes boys basketball hire, filling with girls coach

Westfield made it official at its school board meeting on Tuesday, hiring Shane Sumpter as its boys basketball coach.

Sumpter was the girls coach at Westfield, compiling a 122-36 mark in seven seasons. 285 more words


Hoping for the best, expecting even better

As a kid, I knew one thing for certain; I didn’t want be anything like those around me. It wasn’t that they weren’t good, honest, hardworking people. 972 more words

Marian athletes make college plans certain

Five Marian High School senior athletes recently made college commitments as Kayla Johnson, Kara Holinski, Brittany Gray, Jaeda Robinson and Adriane Roberson signed national letters of intent to play a sport in college. 411 more words