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Elimin8 Putt Putt Tourney

Elimin8 Putt Putt Tourney

Monday night was our second week of this Challenger League Season, and it was a great time. We had enough people come out that there weren’t enough players for everybody to get paired up with somebody, so half of us got to cheer the kids on from the stands. We definitely hope to keep seeing […]

RBRO members kick off a year of service

RBRO members kick off a year of service

Rock Bridge Reaches Out had five different cores hold meetings this week. After our long Labor Day weekend we kicked it into high gear with three Tuesday meetings. Relay for Life had a big turnout after school. One of our core leaders, Joanna Zhang, helped the group plan a bake sale to start raising money […]

RBRO welcomes new volunteers

RBRO welcomes new volunteers

Today, Rock Bridge Reaches Out had our two informational meetings and got to share our 11 core groups with Rock Bridge students. We had our 33 core leaders speak about the wonderful things they’re going to do this year. In case you missed out, here’s a recap: Art that Matters does various art projects for the […]

RBRO lends a hand at the Reece Raises Hope BBQ

RBRO lends a hand at the Reece Raises Hope BBQ

Last Saturday the Reece Raises Hope Foundation held their annual BBQ to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House. It was a sweltering day at Twin Lakes Park but our volunteers stuck it out for the five-hour event. RBRO helped monitor the bounce house, serve food and face paint. The event raised over $7,000, which […]

Bringing you the Key Club blog

Bringing you the Key Club blog

We know that you’ve been anxiously awaiting the Key Club blog, so here it is. We’ll update this blog regularly to give you guys info on upcoming meetings and events, as well as pictures and recaps of Key Club activity in the community. New blog posts will be shared on Twitter, but you can also access […]

The Intersection entertains kids with tie-dye

The Intersection entertains kids with tie-dye

  Yesterday we celebrated a successful year at the Intersection with a tie-dye extravaganza. It was gorgeous outside so we were able to go wild with all of the vibrant colors. The kids got to create masterpeices on socks and shirts. However, we accidently bought some really small shirts that wouldn’t fit anyone there. We […]

RBRO wins Hero award

Tonight at a banquet at Stoney Creek Inn, the winners of the Columbia Daily Tribune’s Hero Awards were announced. RBRO was nominated for our work with The Intersection and was in the Youth Volunteer category along with Boy Scouts Troop 706, Mary Cleek, Madison Falcone and Cierra L. Nelson. The five core leaders for the […]

Dodgeball tournament raises over $800 for the Intersection

Last Saturday, teachers and students alike gathered at the Christian Fellowship Church gym for a battle of epic proportions. The Intersection core group of RBRO was hosting their 2nd dodgeball tournament of the year in hopes of raising more money for the after-school program. We had nine teams participate this time, an increase over the […]

Intersection core group nominated for Hero Award

RBRO recently received a letter from the Columbia Daily Tribune informing us that the Intersection core group had been nominated by Dana Battison, the founder of the Intersection, for the Hero Award. The Hero Awards are intended to recognize outstanding volunteers in the community. The nominees are all invited to a reception, which our five […]

Global Issues fights HIV/AIDS

It’s been a busy semester so far for Global Issues! Most importantly, we picked a cause and an organization. The cause is HIV/AIDS prevention, and the organization is called Trail to a Cure. Once we decided we wanted to do something for HIV/AIDS prevention, we knew there would be a lot of incredible organizations that […]

International Cultural Organization

International Cultural Organization is club that brings together international students and American students to learn about each other’ cultures. We play games and taste food from each of the club member’s nations. We learn about differences in religion, schooling, and daily life. The club helps to connect kids from all around the world! Teacher Sponsor: […]

RBRO celebrates Valentine’s Day with the residents of Southampton

In addition to our Wednesday visit to the Southampton nursing home this week, the students involved in Wheelers and Dealers helped to make the residents’ Valentine’s Day a bit more special. Tuesday afternoon, about eight members got together after school and made 100 cards for the residents. It was a test of wit to come […]

Army Ants finish the 2013 Base Level Robot

Army Ants finish the 2013 Base Level Robot

Army Ants has been making great progress on this year’s robot, and they are now three weeks into the build season. The Base Level Robot contains all the basic necessities to compete at the competition. It is still a work in progress and will be continually improved through the rest of our build season.

RBRO kicks off first semester

RBRO kicks off first semester

RBRO hit the ground running this year, holding our first volunteer event on the first day of second semester. We kicked things off with a trip to the Food Bank, packaging Cheerios for the Buddy Pack Program. The Intersection group has also kept busy. Their activities have included an egg drop competition and making pizza […]

First meeting of the semester

Global Issues had our first meeting of the semester tonight from 7-8 p.m. in Room 224. Only old members of the club really had to come, since we mainly made posters to advertise next week’s meeting to make it really huge with lots of new people, but of course, new faces are always welcome at […]

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