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Plarn is plastic bags cut up and looped together. Cumberland Elementary school is collecting plastic bags to make into plarn to knit into a blanket
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Out project is to have as many Cashton Roots & Shoots members create cards each month for people at the Cashton Mobile Food Pantry held at the community hall. We will design cards for holidays ranging from Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine's Day & St. Patrick's Day.
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Our project will allow all of the Cashton Roots & Shoots members to be able to bond, and share a few laughs over good food and a good Christmas Movie
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Out project will allow people who would normally not be able to see in great detail different stars or constellations have that opportunity. We will do this by having a few ipass with an app that shows the different constellations and where they are located in the sky. We will also have the Lacrosse Area Astrology group come and talk about the telescopes and teach people the basics of how to operate a telescope.
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Our project will hopefully get the younger children in the community involved in science and teach them the basics of science. We will do it by having small groups research easy demo's that have a clear relation to science.
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We designed, improved, and built our prototype over the course of several class days. We created three prototypes, due to the mistakes and data errors in our first trial. First, we utilized an orange poster paper and placed our original title, “Manatees”, in the middle of the poster. Then, we placed an image a manatee on the bottom left corner of the poster. In addition, we added the four steps on the left hand side of the poster, but as the rule were written they stretched from one side to the other. Furthermore, we also attached the main ideas of our team across the right border of the base of the poster. Our final stage for this poster was to place the location of the beach to the right of the manatee’s image. For our second sign, we engaged in a different route for the visual aspect of the poster. Although the content of the guidepost would be in a different order, the poster was still pigmented orange. We first placed our title onto the upper right border of the poster. Subsequently, we then placed the manatee’s picture in the upper left hand corner, to better capture the attention of individuals. We positioned the four steps in the center of the poster, and changed the location box on the bottom left hand side of the poster. Our final step for this poster was to place the team’s miniature abstract on the bottom right hand side. After we conducted our experiment, we registered that neither of our first two prototypes were successful due to the fact that they didn’t meet our objective: to educate individuals of the steps to follow in order to assist an injured or beached manatee. By utilizing Google Presentation, our new and final prototype was able to appear professional. Our first step into designing the new poster, consisted of creating a new, yet more effective title. With the help of our Team Advisor, we developed a title that fit the criteria of our prototype and project. We placed our title towards the upper right side of the poster, followed by the subtitle centered in the center of the sign. We then placed the image of the manatee on the upper right hand corner of the sign, which seemed to capture the attention of the audience more so than it being on the base of the poster. Our abstract, was kept at the bottom base of the poster. After the three steps were completed, we shortened the length of the four steps to follow and placed them in the center of the sign, starting on the right but stretching across in order for it to capture more attention. Our last step in completing our final prototype, we added a picture of the island, and provided an arrow in which pointed towards the location of the sign, onto the bottom left hand corner.
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We designed, improved, and built our prototype over the course of several class days. We created three prototypes, due to the mistakes and data errors in our first trial. First, we utilized an orange poster paper and placed our original title, “Manatees”, in the middle of the poster. Then, we placed an image a manatee on the bottom left corner of the poster. In addition, we added the four steps on the left hand side of the poster, but as the rule were written they stretched from one side to the other. Furthermore, we also attached the main ideas of our team across the right border of the base of the poster. Our final stage for this poster was to place the location of the beach to the right of the manatee’s image. For our second sign, we engaged in a different route for the visual aspect of the poster. Although the content of the guidepost would be in a different order, the poster was still pigmented orange. We first placed our title onto the upper right border of the poster. Subsequently, we then placed the manatee’s picture in the upper left hand corner, to better capture the attention of individuals. We positioned the four steps in the center of the poster, and changed the location box on the bottom left hand side of the poster. Our final step for this poster was to place the team’s miniature abstract on the bottom right hand side. After we conducted our experiment, we registered that neither of our first two prototypes were successful due to the fact that they didn’t meet our objective: to educate individuals of the steps to follow in order to assist an injured or beached manatee. By utilizing Google Presentation, our new and final prototype was able to appear professional. Our first step into designing the new poster, consisted of creating a new, yet more effective title. With the help of our Team Advisor, we developed a title that fit the criteria of our prototype and project. We placed our title towards the upper right side of the poster, followed by the subtitle centered in the center of the sign. We then placed the image of the manatee on the upper right hand corner of the sign, which seemed to capture the attention of the audience more so than it being on the base of the poster. Our abstract, was kept at the bottom base of the poster. After the three steps were completed, we shortened the length of the four steps to follow and placed them in the center of the sign, starting on the right but stretching across in order for it to capture more attention. Our last step in completing our final prototype, we added a picture of the island, and provided an arrow in which pointed towards the location of the sign, onto the bottom left hand corner.
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Our project will offer resources to the community and wrap around foster and adopt families. The resources we will offer are child care, support groups, prayer team, meals team, and a handyman team for small home repairs.
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This project is a 15 week faith based recovery class for survivors of domestic violence. The classes are open to the community and are held once a week. The class is free of charge and money is raised to buy curriculum for participants. The goal is that money would not be a barrier to keep inviduals from attending the program.
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My group will be collecting things from the elementary and we will be making them into useful items. Then we are going to sell them. The money we gain are going to charity.

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