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  • Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project

    350 word limits Essay Question - Other than your Eagle Scout leadership service project, what service have you provided to your community during your high school years? During my high school years, I have primarily provided service through my participation in the Christiana Care VolunTeen program and through the various clubs that I lead. The Christiana Care VolunTeen program allows young adults to help serve at the hospital in various areas, often exposing teenagers to how a hospital operates. Specifically, I worked in the Outpatient Pharmacy, SurgiCenter, and Pathology/Histology Lab, assisting patients and doctors with their various needs and tasks. Throughout the two summers that I volunteered at the hospital, I helped fold several hundred jackets and comfort patients at the SurgiCenter, categorize inventory and replenish stock of various prescription drugs and over-the-counter medications in the Outpatient Pharmacy, and analyze and record data for the Pathology/Histology Lab. I worked a total of 102 hours, and I greatly enjoyed interacting with both the patients and doctors and contributing to real hospital work, as I knew that everything I did would help brighten a patient’s day or lessen a doctor’s workload. Despite the sometimes tedious nature of the work, I appreciated that my volunteer service served an actual purpose instead of simply being another mindless drone that only accumulates hours. In addition to my service in the hospital, I also participate in…

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  • Roles In The Boy Scouts Leaders

    good condition. He is appointed by the Senior Patrol leader, and can apply towards Positions of Responsibility requirements for Eagle in a boy scout troop. The Scribe keeps the troop records, he records all the activities of the patrol leader council and keeps a record of the dues, advancement and scout attendance at troop meetings. He is also appointed by the Senior Patrol Leader. The Historian preserves troop photographs, news stories, trophies, flags, scrapbooks, awards, and other…

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  • Ecological Species Observation Report

    comparing sites. The second half of our hypothesis was supported based on our data. We then hypothesized that the spatial distribution of trees will differ between the two sites, as will the age structure of the trees. The mean distance to tree ratio for Burr Oak was 3.5 meters compared to North Farm that was 3.1 meters. Although there is a difference in the mean when compared, the variation was not significant. The measurement of spacial distribution between trees did not support or…

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  • Carpentry Research Paper

    Carpentry- "The activity or occupation of making or repairing things in wood." A carpenter regularly uses trigonometry on an everyday basis to assist with the job. Making precise cuts (On wood, braces, etc) can make or break a person in this profession. Math plays a very heavy role in carpentry, specifically the branch of trigonometry. (Carpentry). There is a variety of skills needed for carpentry. One needs to especially be skilled in math, particularly trigonometry. A carpenter on site,…

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  • Difference Between Varnish And Paint For Wooden Furniture

    With paints, you can be as imaginative as possible. Paint comes in different colours, creates a thick layer over wood and masks the natural look of the wood. The number of coats depends on the age and quality of wood that is being used to make furniture. Old wood usually soaks a good amount of paint and would have to apply as many as four to five coats to get the perfect look and finish. Though, by using paint, you might lose the natural beauty of wood but the final look would not make you…

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  • Northeast Lumber Case

    Darren Hall (General Manager of Northeast Lumber) started his 8 a.m. daily production meeting like most days. His meeting routine was to have each of his mill superintendents report on what was occurring in his/her respective area of the mill. Only this day was a bit different than any Darren had ever experienced. Wes, the wood yard Superintendent, had just left the meeting. This was not unusual in that frequently one or two Superintendents might leave the meeting for a few minutes to respond…

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  • Narrative Essay: The 5 Kids Were Getting Up

    fishing. “Hey guys look what I caught !“said Jaxon It was a giant fish it might be able to feed them for a whole day,so they put it in a bucket to save for dinner. “Good job Jaxon this will help us a lot for the trip tomorrow!” said Luke “Thanks!” said Jaxon “But it not enough for the trip”said Zoe “Yeah she’s right”said Declan “I know we could go into the woods to hunt”said Ethiopia “We should go home and leave the fish in ice,then we could grab our bows and arrows and go into the…

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  • The Great Fire Analysis

    The city boasted having 59,500 buildings, many of them—such as the Courthouse and the Tribune Building—large and ornately decorated. The trouble was that about two-thirds of all these structures were made entirely of wood. Many of the remaining buildings (even the ones proclaimed to be “fireproof”) looked solid, but were actually jerrybuilt affairs; the stone or brick exteriors hid wooden frames and floors, all topped with highly flammable tar or shingle roofs. It was also a common practice to…

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  • Frankenstein-Personal Narrative

    It was a pleasant day in the bucolic. The sun was shining and a cool breeze was coming from across the pond. I was standing in the grass next to it smiling as I watched the ducks play about in the water. Nobody was around except for the ducks or so I thought. I lived in a little bungalow next to the woods where the scenery was always fetching. It was a place where nothing bad could ever happen. I had decided to go on a walk when all of a sudden I saw a strange figure creeping about in the…

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  • Hopi Katsina Analysis

    At first glance the figure is definitely out of the ordinary, the foot and a half tall sculpture is larger than doll sized and much too large to fit in a child's hand. The measurements for the figure are 5.6 inches in lengh, 4 inches in width, and 15.3 inches in height. The sculpture is split into four parts the three base parts feet, torso, and head, each around 2-3 inches each. The last part is the head decorations probably added on after the base was carved out. judging by the size of the…

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