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Hello! My name is Aidana and I am an exchange student in America, SLC for a year. Recently me and my friends created club called "28 loops", where all interested people and volunteers can join us and knit woolen clothing for prematurely born children. We are planning to deliver all the clothing to the hospital of University of Utah. Premature babies have a thermoregulation disorder. Pure wool clothes give warmth and constantly massage; baby feels discomfort due-to scratchy wool and moves, not forgetting to breathe. I was part of this club back in my country - Kazakhstan. Today I want to develop it in my Utah too. All the clothing will help little babies and their parents, who experience some financial problems. Using the power of team work we can knit a lot of clothes and solve problem.
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My project will educate other kids at my school on multiple ways that they can create an environment to support bee populations. I will transform an acre of my yard into a few different areas that will appeal to bees. I will take pictures to use in my school presentation and make a video discussing some ways our global food supply would be affected without pollinators and give some helpful facts to show my classmates how even doing a little can help a lot.
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My race will raise money to build starting blocks for the local swim team at the community pool. It will raise the money through sign-ups for the race and also through raffles and food.
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Our youth group will serve a hot meal to the homeless and give out hygiene packs with much needed basic essentials.
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We will host a youth rally to share a message of empowerment and support for homeless and fostered youth. We do clean-ups and environmental activity to instill responsible and team building.
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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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