Cali King ’07 shares her experience as a dogsled girl in Alaska’s
Six-year-old Maria Ibarra stares at an embarrassment of riches.
On the table before her is a mouth-watering banquet of picnic-style
food. All around her the atmosphere is carnival-like and awash in
a sea of ribbons, balloons, games, costumes, painted faces and deafening
noise. It’s “Kid’s Night Out” at the Boys
and Girls Club of Salem where 150 Salem-area kids are being treated
to an evening of fun-filled excess – think “Mardi Gras”
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a community where out-of-classroom experiences and classroom
instruction are closely connected. This edition of The Scene
focuses on the important connection between service and learning.
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days I eat the same thing for lunch: a Yoplait yogurt, a Granny
Smith apple and a diet cherry Coke. It’s boring and
predictable, but it’s also low calorie. On the days
when I’m up for a change or need to brighten my day,
I treat myself...