Monthly Archives: July 2017

Environmental Tour de Columbus

Hey Everyone! This week, I’d like to take the time to highlight two places that I was able to visit this past week. As you all know, I am working with the Godman Guild this summer to assist with the … Continue reading

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Week 8: Reflections & Life Purpose

Week 8 was amazing for many reasons. First, as only 2 weeks are left in my fellowship, I’ve been reflecting on what a great experience I’ve been given.  At the beginning of this summer and fellowship, I didn’t know what … Continue reading

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Non-profits Are Neat

Hello! With the conclusion of week 8 here at RMHC, I am still working full force toward finishing up my projects, but as the fellowship comes closer to an end, I am also starting to take some time to reflect. … Continue reading

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Herban Gardening

I wish I could take credit for the clever wordplay of my blog post title but my spunky supervisor, Michael, coined that phrase and I thought it would be an injustice to not add it to the blog. This week … Continue reading

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Week Eight: Save the Date!

And just like that we are at the end of week eight! As we get closer and closer to our annual fundraiser, the Worthington Resource Pantry continues to work hard to get its voice and mission out to our neighbors. … Continue reading

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Week 5: Entertainment in Columbus

One of the many things I love about Columbus is the entertainment. There are summer concerts, festivals with live music, and performances by local artists. You can always find something to do here, especially in the arts. So when I … Continue reading

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New learning techniques

Last week’s camp was filled with preschool aged children ranging from 3-5 years of age. In the past, I have only worked with children this age for an hour at time while teaching ballet. In this camp, we spent 3 … Continue reading

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