Friday, April 9, 2010

Generation Collaboration

Fleabane (at least, I think that's what it's called--a little daisy-like bush) is rampant along the roadsides and alongside my driveway.

Tomorrow --Saturday April 10, 2010, from 4 PM to about 10 PM--at the American Memorial Park, teens from the 3 Saipan public high schools will be performing various dances and programs that they have designed and choreographed. What makes this program a bit different is the collaborative nature of it. Students from all three high schools are working together, by grade level. So there will be a Freshman program and a Sophomore program and a Junior program and a Senior program, but there will NOT be an MHS or SSHS or KHS program.

This was an opportunity for students from the different schools to get to know each other and strengthen their ties of friendship and 'generation' by having fun and creating a public performance.

I haven't seen any posters. I haven't heard of any promotion of this.(Edit-except for this one newspaper article in the Marianas Variety.) But there seem to be a lot of teens involved, so I hope the word is out and the community comes to the event to support them.

They'll be having fun! So we should go and have fun, too!

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