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  • Future Filmmakers Make a Splash

    Just three months into the New Year, and while some have given up on their New Year’s Resolutions, these group of 10 young filmmakers are gearing up to have their films on the big screen at the Student Film Competition on March 9. The 3rd Annual Student Film Competition put on by the Ocean Film Festival gives students an opportunity to showcase their love for film and

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  • VolunTEEN of the Month: Meiling Sproger

    Education is an important social issue in every community; it takes a certain level of audacity to teach students that struggle with a particular subject. This trait is found in very few individuals, including high school junior Meiling Sproger. Meiling currently attends Boston School in California and values not only her own education, but the education of others. Meiling has a penchant for

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  • Set Sail Today!

    Nearly four years ago, the first Literacy for Little Ones book package had been delivered to Ministry Saint Michael’s Hospital in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.  At that time, I had just begun to navigate my own ship in the waters of community service.  In 2009, I never predicted that my passion for early literacy would steer me through the high seas and rolling waves of the community service

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  • VolunTEEN of the Month: Katherine Ewell

    Katherine Ewell is a high school senior who is passionate about writing, and already a published author of seven books.

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  • StayUNITED

    When we think of performing a service project, what comes to mind is participating in a local tree planting or volunteering in community clean ups; our ideas are usually regional. Ask Mark and Ismini Svensson about where they would like to do service project and they will reply all 50 states in the USA.  Mark and Ismini are a recently married couple with a child on the way, and they have set

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