60 students went in an area of 30 acres to plant trees and start the brotherhood.
We recorded a movie, we created a song, then we thought “let’s make a theatre”. After we decided to create a theatre, we first thought about possible scenarios. We chose one of them. Yesterday we had our first practice for the theatre, and today we had the second practice… Here are some photos of it :
Today we have done a lot of things with our project. First we had an interview with Governer, about our local project. I think we had important steps today. Then we met, to finish our movie and our music. We picked up our favorite YTG photos to put them in the movie. And about the music, this is a whole … Continue reading
Today we got together to record the first part of our movie. We couldn’t record as much as we expected in one day. We thought recording a movie wouldn’t be much difficult, but today we learned it won’t be easy. So we will keep recording in other days. Although all the problems we had, it was entertaining.
We forget know how many times did we went to public buildings to meet with state people. So at the last time we looked for financial sponsors, because we will need some financial support to record the movie that introduces our local project. As usual we went to several different places to find sponsors. We told them about our local … Continue reading
we presented the ‘open competition’ today. We started to do that at our school first, then we went to another school. We gave them the brochures we made which give informations about the competition. Then we told them what sustainability, sustainable consumption and sustainability in everyday life is. They were really willing to join the competition. We’re so glad to … Continue reading
“Everything does have a beginning and you need to take the first step to start it.” With planting these trees we took the first step. We believed every new seedling is a new hope for the future. We knew that those trees are not only for us, they are also for future people. Trees were like our children, and all … Continue reading