These are the words that I heard each time I visited my lunch buddy, a second grader at Asbell Elementary, often multiple times a visit. This phrase helped me commit to coming back each week no matter how I felt. My buddy seemed disinterested and distracted no matter how much effort I made. I had thought of asking for a new buddy or quitting, making the program all about me and how I felt when I served. Instead, I reached out to Cameron Magness, Asbell counselor, to ask for help.
Experience Winter in the Arctic | Uummannaq & Ilulissat | from Iceland | Guide to Greenland
With school back in session, some students need support during lunch. There's a call out for adult volunteers to become lunch buddies. In Fargo and in the Wahpeton-Breckenridge area, schools are looking for adults to come in and visit with kids in need over lunch. These mentors can eat lunch, play games and chat with the child.
In Ilulissat you will experience the full scale of the enormous icebergs that calve off the fastest moving glacier in Greenland. It is widely believed the iceberg that sunk the Titanic originated here. You will also have the opportunity to witness the spectacular Northern Lights dance across the sky weather and solar activity permitting. In Uummannaq, you will travel as the Inuit do on a full-day dogsled excursion around the island, try your hand at ice fishing for both your own dinner and that of the sled dogs , and head off across the sea ice on a snowmobile to visit one of the nearby smaller settlements. Click on the Itinerary tab to read more information about each day of the tour, and then reserve your place on this exploration of winter in the Arctic by clicking on Book Now.
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