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    12/7 - 12/11

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  • The AVID Class of 2019 chose to do a community service project their 10th grade year (the spring of 2017) to raise money for a young man named Smith Samah.  Smith was a high school graduate of the Hope Project in the country of Liberia and dreamt of becoming an engineer.  Liberia is the 4th poorest country in the world; it is still suffering from the long-term impact of civil war and they are desperate for engineers to build their infrastructure.

    In the spring of 2017, the AVID class with ASB ran a fundraiser called "Frisbee for Hope".  This ultimate frisbee tournament raised enough money to fully fund one year of college for Smith.

    In the spring of 2018, that same AVID class chose to do another fundraiser, called "Dodge Ball for Hope."  That fundraiser paid for more than half of a year of college for Smith.

    Here's the good news: This past weekend, Smith Samah graduated from college with a Bachelor's of Science, Mechanical Engineering.  As a student, he served his school as their student body president. I don't think this is the last we'll be hearing about Smith. 


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