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Our team of volunteers will assemble at the Jackson House and begin to cook and package meals. Once the preparation process is finalized, the packed lunches will be distributed to impoverished members of the community.
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To educate the community about the importance of living healthy. TaylorAde Kids Club Wellness, Movement and Nutrition Clinic brings community partners together to service families and preschoolers with free dental screenings, Wellness check ups, healthy meal demos, and movement activities. Parent have the opportunity to sign up for WIC women,infants, and children nutrition program.
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Our project will purchase composting works, a pitchfork, work gloves and hopefully a wheelbarrow.
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Students will research composting, create education materials to share and create a compost collection bin for food waste.
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Students will research composting, create education materials to share and create a compost collection bin for food waste.
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El proyecto tiene como objetivo la construcción de una biblioteca con material reciclado, con donación de libros y la integración de la comunidad en la elaboración del espacio de recreación que también incluye espacios verdes, esto se realizará en una escuela rural en la Ciudad de Loja en el cantón Loja.
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Fourth grade students will research and identify a variety of books about composting and purchase these books with funds from the mini-grant.
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We collect and sanitize the stuffed animals, repair them, give them new names and birthdates then deliver them to people in need of support.
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KYE-YAC, our Jane Goodall Roots & Shoots group will fundraise and volunteer at the fifth annual FIRST Robotics Competition. FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science & Technology) We will work to assist in providing many opportunities for students now and for their future.
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My project will give students the chance to prepare foods that they want to eat as well as introducing new foods to them. Each year, I walk with students to the farmers' market. This year, I want to give them a chance to select and buy produce to take back to school so that we can prepare interesting dishes. I am hoping to use a Roots and Shoots grant to purchase items like olive oil, vinegar, spices, pasta, and other food staples that will be used in the food preparation. Also, I plan to purchase a camp stove to prepare pasta, rice, and other basic foods for the kids to use in their dishes. We will prepare the food in our school garden. We have six picnic tables and there are some plants we can use to enhance the dishes like peppers, arugula, mint, anise, and more. Since the garden is thriving the pleasant outdoor setting is conducive to food preparation.

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