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We will be pulling invasive and planting native species to help develop the LAX dunes.
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The Nature Project is a non-profit focused on providing under served youth with the opportunity to experience nature. A collective of like-minded athletes, environmentalists and philanthropists have teamed up to create a fund that facilitates these potentially life-changing experiences for youths from across the county.
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On Saturday, July 20th, 2019, My Brothers and Sisters will be holding its annual Mother & Son Night Out, an event celebrating the special relationship between mothers, mother-figures, and their sons. The night will be full of good food, good music, motivational speakers and other forms of entertainment. The event will be held at the Sanders Beach Resource Center, 913 South “I” Street, Pensacola, FL 32502 and begins at 5 PM.
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Students will make and hang bird feeders made of local decomposable materials using pinecones, peanut butter and bird seed.
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Students have begun painting and selling rocks at $1 a piece. Each rock is hand painted, named and has a back story.
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We will try to increase recycling in our school district by emptying the bins weekly. We have a calendar made and ready to go. Members are reminded a week before their shift to ensure responsibility.
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Starting on Earth Day, April 22nd, our project will educate school-age children on the issues enveloped in climate change, and what they can do to help. We'll accomplish this by providing lunch time activities that teach about the issues and advocate for change.
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The 5 girls who proposed the plan to a teacher got a response from Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful and the Environmental Protection Commission. Our PTSO is helping to recruit volunteers. Our project will pull debris from the canal on Saturday, April 27th of 2019. We hope to get a "water goat" to catch further debris from traveling down stream from our location.
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My goal is to spread awareness of children living with disabilities. By providing outreach programs that are inclusive, such as adaptive climbing, adaptive yoga, and health/fitness enrichment.
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The infrastructure for the project is made up of four parts designed to first address the children’s cultural and heritage needs through a program that will provide an enriching educational experience that empowers African Americans and others to become self-confident and others mindful of black history and compassionate individuals. The second link in the Catch-Up project is the technical component, the Raspberry Pi a credit-card-sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard built by the child. It is a capable little computer which will be the focus of student electronic projects, and for many of the things that a desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word processing, browsing internet, and playing games. It also plays high-definition video. The third link of the technical approach is equipping and training the students in the use of 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tablet. The fourth link is making gospel piano lessons available for selected students because the churches in Chester have a dire need to replace the aging artist of this great music form.

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