In a reflective time to introduce Martin to YAC, Rebekah stated" You make YAC what it needs to be. The answer to what YAC stands for was provided by Salman'14: You-nite A Community" The Why? was stated by Chandler'12 and Zainab'12 in a poster they made for Clubs Fair 2011: "Find your Passion to Help. The How for YAC 2011-2012 developed organically as stated at http://casadyyac.blogspot.com/2012/05/yac-2011-2012-reflection.html Finally, Martin was told that reasons to join YAC varied from "making a difference to opportunity to meet people and get service hours."
Senior YAC Chairs, Rebekah, Caitlin, Tina, and Martin found the perfect treats to attract over 100 possible members to YAC at the Clubs Fair 2012. They also decided to be more proactive at bringing YAC to the student body through chapel speeches they will be instrumental in making from time to time.
Somewhat, YAC became the hub for PASS also at the Clubs Fair. Homemade cookies and international candy donated by Super Cao Nguyen-Marti's idea-, attracted teens of all grade levels. Special thanks to the YAC senior chairs for manpowering the booth and to Mrs. Clay for documenting the fair for reflective purposes.
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Mrs. Clay, the YAC sponsor and service-learning director is proposing to YAC the observance of the 11 days of unity - Days of remembrance and service starting with doing something to thank our firefighthers and police for keeping peace in our cities and then on the 21 of September, observing some kind of activity to show YAC's connection to the Global Truce on Violence as a concrete demonstration of YAC adherance to advocating intentionality in self-patroling apersonal commitment to non-violence peace footprint.
YOUTH WANT PEACE ADULTS WANT PEACE
IT IS TIME TO PRIORITIZE HAVING NON-VIOLENCE AROUND US!