Oakhurst Floral Design Redbud Bouquet
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Oakhurst Floral Design Redbud Bouquet
40368 Highway 41
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Apr 22, 2016
Mariposa Memories Celebrating Earth Day: 2013 Mariposa County Solid Waste & Recycling Division Earth Day Essay ...
WALL-E.One day when I was going to the park in Oakhurst I got out of the car and there was trash all over the ground. I picked up the trash and threw it in the trash can right next to me. I can’t believe that people don’t just throw their trash in the trash can!As I said Earth Day means a lot to me. I try my best to help the world and I hope you try too.What Earth Day Means to Me by Will Fontana, Gr. 8 Earth Day for me is something I look forward to every year. The crowds of people that show up always serves as a reminder that people all over care about the important and pressing environmental issues of today. Along with Earth Day being a great way to find out about our earth it also stresses the importance of us, as humans, being good stewards to the earth. It serves a much-needed annual smack in the face as to the damage we inflict upon what is for now the only option we have as residence.For me personally, earth day is a time that serves to remind me to be environmentally conscious. Sometimes in the hustle and bustle of homework, friends, and iPods, it can be easy to forget that everything we do has an impact on the environment. The smaller the impact is, the better, and earth day is a great way to get a yearly reminder of this.Earth Day to me means the remembrance of extinct species, the conservation of clean water that we all need to survive, and a valiant attempt to preserve the world’s oceans. It means people coming together to preserve what we have, it means saving endangered species, and it means salvation for this beautiful planet on which we all live.When I hear “Earth day” I don’t think of one day out of three hundred and sixty five; I think of the people out there who care, I think of the face of the clouded leopard, and the cheetah, and of canis-lupis: the North American gray wolf, I think of this united world we live on. That while only a tiny part of the universe, the fact remains…there is only one earth. (Sierra Sun Times)May 22, 2015
Help gifted Emily to fund dance school
Emily, from Oakhurst, who began dancing at the age of two, is now bidding to raise the £2,000-per-term cost of attending a performing arts school, which mum Debbie cannot afford.
“Mum has been great and supported me every step of the way but it is such a lot of money to have to pay for three years,” Emily said.
“But all I want is a chance to do what I love.”
With no arts funding currently available, Emily faces the prospect of having to take off her dancing shoes for good unless she finds sufficient funds by the start of the school year in September.
The twinkle-toed teen has attended the Judith Hockaday school for three years, learning ballet, jazz, modern and classical dance and performing in numerous productions.
Emily has tasted success once before when she put her best foot forward to win a place in West End Musical Billy Elliot when she was just 10 years old.
She said: “I never expected to get that part but I ended up going from 500 girls to the final 10. I played the role for a year and it was incredible. Since then it’s all I’ve wanted to do.”
She combines her daily dance classes with teaching at the weekends.
Now Emily is asking the public to help her fulfil her dream of attending Laine Performing Arts School, in Eps... (Swindon Advertiser)
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