A stu­dent’s plans to help the com­mu­nity

The Progress-Index Weekend - - HOPEWELL - By Makayla Bur­roughs — Makayla Bur­roughs is a fifth grader at Harry E. James Ele­men­tary. She won a Bet­ter Fu­ture Fund Award for this es­say.

Some ways I want to help my com­mu­nity or other com­mu­ni­ties are by host­ing an event that will help feed the home­less. The event will make sure that every­one gets fed and that have some­thing to drink to stay ac­tive.

An­other way I would like to help my com­mu­nity is by tu­tor­ing. In col­lege, I would like to study his­tory and I plan to help kids or adults in his­tory, if they are hav­ing trou­ble.

I re­ally love help­ing the com­mu­nity. So an­other way I am go­ing to help is by host­ing an event that will pick up trash around the area. The event will make sure that there is no trash on land or in the wa­ter. This event will help birds, fish, and many more an­i­mals. There are many ways I help the com­mu­nity and I plan to do as much as I can to help the com­mu­nity grow and get big­ger and bet­ter.

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