Chapter Voices

“What is one thing on your summer bucket list?”

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“Find out which college I want to go to, finish my mixtape, get a job at Lids, and become more involved with Mockingbird.”

Seattle chapter member, Jesse Bee





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“Get a long-term AmeriCorps position.”

YAEH chapter leader, Sierra Phillips

 



  

jennifer 

 

 

“One thing on my summer bucket list is to get my license. I have had a fear of driving and it’s time for me to get over it. I am tired of depending on others for transportation and the bus system is just getting worse.”


Tacoma chapter member, Jennifer Glabe
 
 


 
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“One special thing to do on my summer bucket list is to do absolutely everything possible! I’m already going to be in a rap show, go rock climbing, and plenty more. I guess my number one thing is to change for the better.”

Olympia chapter member, Epiphany Wall 

 

 


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“To go visit my dad, it’s been sixteen years since I’ve seen him. I would really like to reconnect with him.”

Spokane chapter member, Clayton Ricks

 
 


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