Volume 2, Number 34
Kim worked in Washington State, where the
state animal is the slug. She
worked on a mussel farm. Most days, the weather was so bad that she wore
several layers of rubber clothing. She also worked at a day care center.
Megan worked at a song library in Massachusetts. The director ran a
weekly radio show. Megan helped plan the program. She also entered
information on songs into the computer.
Alex's intersession was in parts boring. He washed walls and sorted
papers at the world's only computer museum. For variety, he numbered door
prize tickets and designed a display on a computer program.
Jen/Liz and Jodie worked at the Friends Center in Philadelphia. They
went to a variety of centers for the homeless and elderly. A demonstration of
the dancing flower accompanied their narration.
Rickety rax koax koax rickety rax koax koax whoah up whoah up parabaloo
parabaloo Kalamazoo kazoo kazoo!
Eli's report was very interesting. He lived two houses away from Jen and
Jodie and visited them to play Nintendo and borrow movies. He also worked for
Friends General Conference and played basketball at some of the same places
that Jen and Jodie worked.
**** WE NOW INTERRUPT THIS PROGRAM FOR A SONG FROM YOUR SPONSOR ****
Roll out the barrel and we'll have a barrel of fun !! (2X)
I'm just a poor men looking for some fun
But when we roll out the barrel,
I'm not the only one
Demetria attempted to start her report
with an OHM session. She used
lighted candles which set off the fire alarm. She spent her INTERSESSION
working 70 hours a week on childcare at Another Place. She wishes to go back
and live there. (formerly known as Raychael).
Tracy improvised on her flute. She mainly watched a veterinarian spay
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