Saturday, 3 December 2011

All About Me

Hi , my name is Jenna Taylor. I am 16 years old and I attend Main River Academy in Pollard's Point, Newfoundland and Labrador. I live with my mom, dad and my brother Patrick.

That's me :)

In my spare time I like to play volleyball, draw, sing ... not well I may add, and just hang out with my friends and have a good time !

Last weekend we won regionals and we are off to provincals next weekend! GO WARRIORS :)))))

Here's a picture I drew of Pikachu ! Pokemon are cool XD !
Volunteering is important to me because when you volunteer you become involved with your community and you participate in many of the communities activities. If there were no volunteers none of the activities that your school / community would not even take place.
I first became interested in volunteering because I like helping others. When you help someone else it makes yourself and the other person feel great :)
I am very involved with my school and my community. I am in the Allied Youth Group at my school, the Jackson's Arm Ingenuity Youth Group, student coucil at Main River Academy and I also help out with the breakfast program at my school.
This year I attented CSLC 2011 in Corner Brook and it made me realize the amazing things that people do and how much volunteering  makes a community or school a much better place.

In the future I'm planning on becoming a teacher mainly because I like helping people and my life won't be a whole lot different than it is now. Also all the time you get off is a majour bonus !

1 comment:

  1. Hi Jenna!

    Fantastic post. :) First of all, I love how you used different colours and pictures throughout your blog! It really makes it unique and personal.

    It's really great how you are involved in so much and seem to be constantly expanding on your interests, for example in leadership through attending CSLC and strengthening your volleyball skills by attending provincials!

    Like you said, without volunteers many activities that make your school and community unique would not happen!

    Keep up the awesome work; I can't wait to read your TED video post. :)