Monthly Archives: August 2017

Weeks 9 & 10: That’s all she wrote!

Alright folks, I have to be completely honest that this is me being lazy (or efficient, however you look at it!). I’m combining weeks nine and ten into one blog post because they’ve both ran together and flown by way … Continue reading

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Week 10: thank you

That’s all folks. I want to dedicate this blog post to reflection and gratitude. This opportunity came out of the blue for me. I was not even aware that the fellowship program existed, or even the Columbus Foundation for that … Continue reading

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Week Nine

This week I was focused on the Learning Garden fundraiser and making sure that everything is coming together. Even though I was worried about not selling enough tickets, we ended up filling all of the spots we needed to, which … Continue reading

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New Perspective

I have always hated asking people for donations of any kind. When I sold cookies as a Girl Scout, candy bars for a marching band trip, and raffle tickets at FFA banquets, I was constantly thinking about how awkward it … Continue reading

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Rollie Rollie Rollie with a Dab of Ranch

Gray, rainy mornings always make me feel a bit gloomy. This morning was no different as I tried not to hydro-glide while driving on the freeway. In the past couple of weeks, my work load at Central has tremendously slowed … Continue reading

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Seeing the Bigger Picture

In these past weeks, I’ve learned so much about evictions and some of the causes and impacts surrounding them. While I have been looking only at Homeport’s residents, I know that this is a huge issue across our community. I … Continue reading

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Farewell Godman Guild

Hello Everyone!           This is the start of our last week with our host organizations. As our time is wrapping up, I can’t help but reflect on all of the opportunities I’ve had this summer. Since … Continue reading

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