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Each day will be spent learning about their inner strengths through activities designed to foster leadership, and teamwork, while exploring and discovering nature and engaging in community service projects like, cleaning the community, planting and harvesting, and helping to maintain the local trails.
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Participants will plant and harvest and take care of a local green house and will help clean up areas of their community and maintain the local trails.
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The project created boxes for each classroom to put their paper in. The students painted the boxes and delivered them to classes.
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Fundraising and grants from Pitch Your Peers used to purchase raised beds (vegtrugs), soil, fencing, seedlings, hoses, and other materials needed to create a sustainable space to grow vegetables, herbs, and other fresh items to donate to our local food pantry.
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The project will raise awareness on the applications of technology in learning more about nature. The students will be engaged by learning about circuitry and how we can connect the circuits made to nature. For example, an LED blinking circuit could be coded to blink like a firefly.
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I am going to organize a beach-party pickup at a beach in New Jersey. It is open for everyone and encouraged to bring friends. The beaches appear fairly clean here but trash quickly piles up.
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Troop 61413 has been working with Ulistac Natural Area in Santa Clara, CA to help save Monarch Butterflies and earn their Bronze Award.
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Our students will connect with nature in our own neighborhood and learn about conservation and activism in the process.
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Student Day of Caring provides an avenue for students to engage in brief volunteer service projects. The Twin County United Way conducts annual Days of Caring to promote volunteerism with businesses and schools. Student Days of Caring are intended introduce students to volunteering and encourage students to continue to volunteer throughout the year and into the future. The students will be at a dozen different locations around the Lewis-Clark Valley participating in a variety of hands-on activities including cleaning, yardwork, painting, repackaging food and sorting donations. This takes place on the first day of school for Lewiston High School, and involves all students who are seniors.

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