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WIN SOME, LOSE SOME: The national Construye tus Suenos youth business plan competition was two weekends ago and I brought two girls from my community to present their clothing store plan. Unfortunately, they did not place, thus not winning money, but they told me that they had a wonderful experience none the less. I mean, a plethora of food, lots of Dominican youth their age, and a free trip to the capitol. Who wouldn't enjoy that? It was ...
... I am going to have an intercambio (exchange) with another volunteer's youth group to help paint as well; make a whole day of it. I’m excited that my last project is something tangible to show not only my community, but myself, a visual representation of just a small part of my work here.
BUILDING DREAMS: The annual business plan competition, Construye tus Suenos (Build Your Dreams) is just around the corner. This year, I ...
... as I walked up to the school there were scores of children waiting that all cheered when they saw me come up with the art materials in hand. There were about 5 scores to be exact so we had to split up the kids into two groups and have them come on alternating days. Luckily I had help from friends in the community but it was still a lot of directing and control on my part. We did drawing exercises, painting, making cards for Father's Day, and so ...
... brought a group of young men who made it into the final round, presented, yet unfortunately did not win. It was still an inspirational experience and with your help, we can fund this year's competition again. Please donate whatever you can to the cause. It may actually prove to help someone start his or her life on a track of prosperity and hope!
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... the slow hike home.
We met Justin for lunch and coffee, and he told us about a beach nearby that we should check out. The three of us hopped in a gua gua and 15 minutes later we were let out at Playa San Rafael. The beach was still made of pebbles and stones, and the waves were almost too rough to swim. But there was a creek that split the beach in half, and between the beach and the mountain there were man made pools that the creek ...
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