Hi my name is Tiara Lewis and for the community service project I made fleece blankets for the children of Children’s Hospital Oakland.
To start out I went to the fabric store with my mom and purchased blanket kits. We got many different kinds of blankets: kids, teens, animal, cartoon, and sports.
My mom and I went to Children’s Hospital Oakland after the holidays because lots of people come in around that time and I felt it wouldn’t be ...
Pleasanton RAGE hosted the 2013 college signing night honoring RAGE seniors Wednesday, February 6, 2013 at the Pleasanton Marriott. Family, teammates, coaches, RAGE board members, and staff all gathered along with Amador Valley High School Principal, Jim Hansen to celebrate the signing seniors’ achievement.
College signing night is the first Wednesday in February when high school seniors can sign a binding National Letter of Intent for NCAA college athletics. At this event, 14 seniors that have played in the Pleasanton ...
Five of us from U12 Premier worked together to complete our community service project for the RAGE Leadership Program. The five girls are: Allison Hunter, Allison Jenezon, Ashley Cole, Kate Hottinger and Kylie Racer. We decided to do a project to help the local Valley Humane Animal Shelter. As a group we decided to make blankets for the dogs and cats that are waiting to be adopted. We also decided to collect donations for the shelter.
We are five members of the U12 Orange RAGE soccer team. Our names are Leila Shafi, Abby Fried, Kasey Cring, Sarah Mirr, and Maggie McPeek. For our leadership project, we fundraised for a non-profit organization called the George Mark’s Children’s House. This is a house that serves children that are terminally ill and their families so they can live in a homey atmosphere that provides medical care, while still having fun in a place that is fun loving, yet ...
Hi, our names are Julia Damiani, Emily Verbeck, Grace French, MacKenzie Wiedel, and Annika Laberge-Shusterman.
We are from the U11 Black Rage soccer team and we are in the Rage leadership program. For our community service project, we chose to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness and the Susan G. Komen Fund. Our group chose breast cancer as our cause because one of our grandmothers was diagnosed with breast cancer over this past summer.