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The hour of truth

Today was the most nerve-wracking day so far, primarily because we knew we were finding out our teams and where we’re headed next week, and that was weighing on us all week. 616 more words


Driven to Serve

Evan Crimmins (left) is serving in his first year with Colorado Reading Corps at North Star Elementary School in Thornton, CO. He is from Sandwich, MA and enjoys reading, music, running, and writing. 576 more words


A Lucky Path

I’ve worked hard for a lot of things in my life. From the time I first threw a baseball, I knew I wanted to be the best, and while I never became an MLB star, I managed to become a halfway decent ball player. 962 more words


Muddy Waters

“As you navigate through the rest of your life, be open to collaboration. Other people and other people’s ideas are often better than your own. Find a group of people who challenge and inspire you, spend a lot of time with them, and it will change your life.”

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Creating Impact through Affordable Housing

By: Jobie Colton-Gores

On September 20, 2014, the Junior League of Seattle partnered with Habitat for Humanity to work on the Habitat for Humanity La Fortuna site in the Renton Benson Heights neighborhood. 322 more words


How we work

ArtWorks has an exhibit called “How We Worked” from the Smithsonian on display. I helped get volunteers to set it up and also to be docents for the exhibit. 356 more words


What To Do....?

“Life is going to be complex, and the only way we’re able navigate our way through it at all is by living as best we can and absorbing those experiences and somehow making intuitive responses in future situations that resemble them in some way.”

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