Thursday, March 1, 2007

By Our Powers Combined ...

The weather was beautiful yesterday. Warm sun. Gorgeous clouds. ... I'm worried about the planet.

Today is March 1, so shouldn't we still be lamenting the loss of feeling in our toes as we walk to class? This whole global warming thing has gotten to me, so now whenever we have a nice day, I think the ice caps might melt. I really don't care to experience "Waterwold" first-hand. It wasn't a good movie.

We've been taught all of our lives that Earth is suffering in numerous ways, not just from warming, but from pollution. However, recycling can fix help. Between 8 a.m. and noon on Saturday, students can take their aluminum cans, plastic bottles, cardboard and paper to North Farm for recycling. North Farm is located on North 16th Street, 1.5 miles north of Highway 121, look for signs on the left. If you have any questions please contact Dean Stutesman at 809-3183.

It's like Captain Planet always taught us, together, we can save the world.


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