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    evandelgado

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    Drive Out Hunger Tour

    Post  evandelgado on Mon Sep 14, 2009 1:36 am

    Let’s Fight Hunger (still working on a title)
    by Raphael Lu and Evan Delgado
    On August 31st, 2009, The Drive Out Hunger Tour launched it’s 30 day drive across the United States to collect soup cans for people in need over the span of 1 month.
    On the day that the employees set out on their “drive against hunger” a large kick off ceremony was thrown in their honor. Attending the ceremony, was David Arquette, various executes from the Cheesecake Factory, and Tamar Kaprelian, who’s hit single “New Day”, will serve as the tour anthem. On September 1, 2009, hundreds of people in and around Arcadia flocked to the Santa Anita mall’s Cheesecake factory to donate cans of soup to the great cause as the Drive Out Hunger Tour arrived at its first city. After the day had ended the van set out to hit the next 29 stops on their tour against hunger by collecting canned goods from different cities around the nation, one for everyday of the month. The road trip will stop on the 30th in Washington D.C. To encourage donations the first 500 people to donate 2 cans at each city were giving slice of Red velvet Cheesecake.
    Some people may ask why we are having this food drive. “We are in America; doesn’t everyone get enough to eat?” asks senior student Andrew Taylor. Well, unfortunately 1 out of 8 Americans are at the present time. Many people are unaware of the hunger near them because they are constantly surrounded by luxury and the philosophy that the hardworking should always be able to support themselves. The economic crisis has caused many to become unemployed or simply unable to afford decent meals after a week of dealing with sky high mortgages and a flood of bills. In fact hunger in Arcadia is completely unheard of. It’s a tragedy how few know and acknowledge the suffering of Americans out there.
    You may feel empathy for the American people and their hardships, but did you know that you can help? At any time you can by a slice of Stefanie’s Ultimate Red Velvet Cheesecake, and the restaurant will donate 25 cents to the cause. The van’s departure has left some people wondering if it is too late to help, but people still have the opportunity. Also, on September 30th, the last day of the tour, people can bring two cans of soup to any of the restaurants, and have 10 percent of their checks donated to the local food bank. All it takes is a bit of time and effort to profoundly affect the lives of others.
    As the determined employees drive thousands of miles and people chip in on a great effort to help individuals in need, the brightest parts of human nature are shown. So many people have helped out in this drive against hunger that is has ceased to be a simple fundraiser but become a country wide effort by everyday people. We in Arcadia who have three full meals per day should be grateful of the luxuries we have. So the next time you plan to get an extra slice of pizza, ask yourself, will I really finish this, or will I get eat half and throw the rest away?

    lenakalemkiarian

    Posts : 166
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Drive Out Hunger Tour

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Mon Sep 14, 2009 11:14 pm

    Let’s Fight Hunger (still working on a title)
    by Raphael Lu and Evan Delgado
    On August 31st, 2009, The Drive Out Hunger Tour launched it’s 30 day drive across the United States to collect soup cans for people in need over the span of 1 month.
    On the day that the employees set out on their “drive against hunger[,]” a large kick off ceremony was thrown in their honor. Attending the ceremony, was David Arquette, various executes from the Cheesecake Factory, and Tamar Kaprelian, who’s hit single “New Day”, will serve as the tour anthem. On September 1, 2009, hundreds of people in and around Arcadia flocked to the Santa Anita mall’s Cheesecake factory to donate cans of soup to the great cause as the Drive Out Hunger Tour arrived at its first city. After the day had ended[,]the van set out to hit the next 29 stops on their tour against hunger by collecting canned goods from different cities around the nation, one for everyday of the month. The road trip will stop on the 30th in Washington D.C. To encourage donations the first 500 people to donate 2 cans at each city were giving slice of Red velvet Cheesecake. [Not really sure what you ugys are trying to say here. Can you make it a bit more clear?]
    Some people may ask why we are having this food drive. “We are in America; doesn’t everyone get enough to eat?” asks senior student[,] Andrew Taylor. Well, unfortunately[,] 1 out of 8 Americans are at the present time. Many people are unaware of the hunger near them because they are constantly surrounded by luxury and the philosophy that the hardworking should always be able to support themselves. The economic crisis has caused many to become unemployed or simply unable to afford decent meals after a week of dealing with sky high mortgages and a flood of bills. In fact[,] hunger in Arcadia is completely unheard of. It’s a tragedy how few know and acknowledge the suffering of Americans out there.
    You may feel empathy for the American people and their hardships, but did you know that you can help? At any time you can by a slice of Stefanie’s Ultimate Red Velvet Cheesecake, and the restaurant will donate 25 cents to the cause. The van’s departure has left some people wondering if it is too late to help, but people still have the opportunity. Also, on September 30th, the last day of the tour, people can bring two cans of soup to any of the restaurants, and have 10 percent of their checks donated to the local food bank. All it takes is a bit of time and effort to profoundly affect the lives of others.
    As the determined employees drive thousands of miles[,] and people chip in on a great effort to help individuals in need, the brightest parts of human nature are shown. So many people have helped out in this drive against hunger that is has ceased to be a simple fundraiser but become a country wide effort by everyday people. We in Arcadia who have three full meals per day should be grateful of the luxuries we have. So the next time you plan to get an extra slice of pizza, ask yourself, will I really finish this, or will I get eat half and throw the rest away?

    evandelgado

    Posts : 47
    Join date : 2009-09-02

    Drive Against Hunger Tour

    Post  evandelgado on Tue Sep 15, 2009 12:42 am

    Cheesecake Factory Drives Out Hunger
    by Raphael Lu and Evan Delgado
    On August 31st, 2009, The Drive Out Hunger Tour launched it’s 30 day drive across the United States to collect soup cans for people in need over the span of 1 month.
    On the day that the employees set out on their “drive against hunger”, a large kick off ceremony was thrown in their honor. Attending the ceremony was David Arquette, various executes from the Cheesecake Factory, and Tamar Kaprelian, who’s hit single “New Day”, will serve as the tour anthem. On September 1, 2009, hundreds of people in and around Arcadia flocked to the Santa Anita mall’s Cheesecake factory to donate cans of soup to the great cause as the Drive Out Hunger Tour arrived at its first city. After the day had ended, the van set out to hit the next 29 stops on their tour against hunger by collecting canned goods from different cities around the nation, one for everyday of the month. The road trip will stop on the 30th in Washington D.C. To encourage donations, the first 500 people to donate 2 cans at each Cheesecake Factory were given a slice of Red Velvet Cheesecake, complementary of the restaurant. “I find joy in helping. I believe by helping others, I am helping myself”, says the manager of the nearby Arcadia Branch of the Cheesecake Factory in reaction to the drive against hunger.
    Some people may ask why we are having this food drive. “We are in America; doesn’t everyone get enough to eat?” asks senior student Andrew Taylor. Well unfortunately, 1 out of 8 Americans are at the present time don’t know where to go to get a decent meal for themselves and their families. Many people are unaware of the hunger near them because they are constantly surrounded by luxury and the philosophy that the hardworking should always be able to support themselves. The economic crisis has caused many to become unemployed or simply unable to afford decent meals after a week of dealing with sky high mortgages and a flood of bills. In fact, hunger in Arcadia is completely unheard of. It’s a tragedy how few know and acknowledge the suffering of Americans out there.
    You may feel empathy for the American people and their hardships, but did you know that you can help? At any time you can buy a slice of Stefanie’s Ultimate Red Velvet Cheesecake, and the restaurant will donate 25 cents to the cause. The van’s departure has left some people wondering if it is too late to help, but people still have the opportunity. Also, on September 30th, the last day of the tour, people can bring two cans of soup to any of the restaurants, and have 10 percent of their checks donated to the local food bank. All it takes is a bit of time and effort to profoundly affect the lives of others.
    As the determined employees drive thousands of miles, and people chip in on a great effort to help individuals in need, the brightest parts of human nature are shown. So many people have helped out in this drive against hunger that is has ceased to be a simple fundraiser but become a country wide effort by everyday people. We in Arcadia who have three full meals per day should be grateful of the luxuries we have. So the next time you plan to get an extra slice of pizza, ask yourself, will I really finish this, or will I get eat half and throw the rest away?

    raphaellu

    Posts : 62
    Join date : 2009-09-05

    Further corrected (drive for...)

    Post  raphaellu on Tue Sep 15, 2009 11:26 am

    by Raphael Lu and Evan Delgado (free of grammar errors...ahem...evan...ahem)

    On August 31st, 2009, The Drive Out Hunger Tour launched its 30 day drive across the United States to collect soup cans for people in need over the span of 1 month.
    On the day that the employees set out on their “drive against hunger”, a large kick off ceremony was thrown in their honor. Attending the ceremony was David Arquette, various executes from the Cheesecake Factory, and Tamar Kaprelian, who’s hit single “New Day”, will serve as the tour anthem. On September 1, 2009, hundreds of people in and around Arcadia flocked to the Santa Anita mall’s Cheesecake factory to donate cans of soup to the great cause as the Drive Out Hunger Tour arrived at its first city. After the day had ended, the van set out to hit the next 29 stops on their tour against hunger by collecting canned goods from different cities around the nation, one for everyday of the month. The road trip will stop on the 30th in Washington D.C. To encourage donations, the first 500 people to donate 2 cans at each Cheesecake Factory were given a slice of Red Velvet Cheesecake, complementary of the restaurant. “I find joy in helping. I believe by helping others, I am helping myself”, says the manager of the nearby Arcadia Branch of the Cheesecake Factory in reaction to the drive against hunger.
    Some people may ask why we are having this food drive. “We are in America; doesn’t everyone get enough to eat?” asks senior student Andrew Taylor. Well unfortunately, 1 out of 8 Americans are at the present time don’t know where to go to get a decent meal for themselves and their families. Many people are unaware of the hunger near them because they are constantly surrounded by luxury and the philosophy that the hardworking should always be able to support themselves. The economic crisis has caused many to become unemployed or simply unable to afford decent meals after a week of dealing with sky high mortgages and a flood of bills. In fact, hunger in Arcadia is completely unheard of. It’s a tragedy how few know and acknowledge the suffering of Americans out there.
    You may feel empathy for the American people and their hardships, but did you know that you can help? The van’s departure has left some people wondering if it is too late to help, but people still have the opportunity. At any time you can buy a slice of Stefanie’s Ultimate Red Velvet Cheesecake, and the restaurant will donate 25 cents to the cause. Also, on September 30th, the last day of the tour, people can bring two cans of soup to any of the restaurants, and have 10 percent of their checks donated to the local food bank. All it takes is a bit of time and effort to profoundly affect the lives of others.
    As the determined employees drive thousands of miles, and people chip in on a great effort to help individuals in need, the brightest parts of human nature are shown. So many people have helped out in this drive against hunger that is has ceased to be a simple fundraiser but become a country wide effort by everyday people. We in Arcadia who have three full meals per day should be grateful of the luxuries we have. So the next time you plan to get an extra slice of pizza, ask yourself, will I really finish this, or will I get eat half and throw the rest away?

    lenakalemkiarian

    Posts : 166
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Drive Out Hunger Tour

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Tue Sep 15, 2009 5:39 pm

    by Raphael Lu and Evan Delgado (free of grammar errors...ahem...evan...ahem)

    On August 31st, 2009, The Drive Out Hunger Tour launched its 30 day drive across the United States to collect soup cans for people in need over the span of 1 month.
    On the day that the employees set out on their “drive against hunger”, a large kick off ceremony was thrown in their honor. Attending the ceremony was David Arquette, various executes from the Cheesecake Factory, and Tamar Kaprelian, who’s hit single “New Day”, will serve as the tour anthem. On September 1, 2009, hundreds of people in and around Arcadia flocked to the Santa Anita mall’s Cheesecake factory to donate cans of soup to the great cause as the Drive Out Hunger Tour arrived at its first city. After the day had ended, the van set out to hit the next 29 stops on their tour against hunger by collecting canned goods from different cities around the nation, one for everyday of the month. The road trip will stop on the 30th in Washington D.C. To encourage donations, the first 500 people to donate 2 cans at each Cheesecake Factory were given a slice of Red Velvet Cheesecake, complementary of the restaurant. “I find joy in helping. I believe by helping others, I am helping myself”, says the manager of the nearby Arcadia Branch [branch] of the Cheesecake Factory in reaction to the drive against hunger.
    Some people may ask why we are having this food drive. “We are in America; doesn’t everyone get enough to eat?” asks senior student Andrew Taylor. Well unfortunately, 1 out of 8 Americans are at the present time don’t know where to go to get a decent meal for themselves and their families. Many people are unaware of the hunger near them because they are constantly surrounded by luxury and the philosophy that the hardworking should always be able to support themselves. The economic crisis has caused many to become unemployed or simply unable to afford decent meals after a week of dealing with sky high mortgages and a flood of bills. In fact, hunger in Arcadia is completely unheard of. It’s a tragedy how few know and acknowledge the suffering of Americans out there.
    You may feel empathy for the American people and their hardships, but did you know that you can help? The van’s departure has left some people wondering if it is too late to help, but people still have the opportunity. At any time you can buy a slice of Stefanie’s Ultimate Red Velvet Cheesecake, and the restaurant will donate 25 cents to the cause. Also, on September 30th, the last day of the tour, people can bring two cans of soup to any of the restaurants, and have 10 percent of their checks donated to the local food bank. All it takes is a bit of time and effort to profoundly affect the lives of others.
    As the determined employees drive thousands of miles, and people chip in on a great effort to help individuals in need, the brightest parts of human nature are shown. So many people have helped out in this drive against hunger that is has ceased to be a simple fundraiser but become a country wide effort by everyday people. We in Arcadia who have three full meals per day should be grateful of the luxuries we have. So the next time you plan to get an extra slice of pizza, ask yourself, will I really finish this, or will I get[replace "get" with "just"] eat half [of it] and throw the rest away?

    raphaellu

    Posts : 62
    Join date : 2009-09-05

    Dirve Out Hunger

    Post  raphaellu on Tue Sep 15, 2009 7:45 pm

    by Raphael Lu and Evan Delgado (free of grammar errors...ahem...evan...ahem)

    On August 31st, 2009, The Drive Out Hunger Tour launched its 30 day drive across the United States to collect soup cans for people in need over the span of 1 month.
    On the day that the employees set out on their “drive against hunger”, a large kick off ceremony was thrown in their honor. Attending the ceremony was David Arquette, various executes from the Cheesecake Factory, and Tamar Kaprelian, who’s hit single “New Day”, will serve as the tour anthem. On September 1, 2009, hundreds of people in and around Arcadia flocked to the Santa Anita mall’s Cheesecake factory to donate cans of soup to the great cause as the Drive Out Hunger Tour arrived at its first city. After the day had ended, the van set out to hit the next 29 stops on their tour against hunger by collecting canned goods from different cities around the nation, one for everyday of the month. The road trip will stop on the 30th in Washington D.C. To encourage donations, the first 500 people to donate 2 cans at each Cheesecake Factory were given a slice of Red Velvet Cheesecake, complementary of the restaurant. “I find joy in helping. I believe by helping others, I am helping myself”, says the manager of the nearby Arcadia branch of the Cheesecake Factory in reaction to the drive against hunger.
    Some people may ask why we are having this food drive. “We are in America; doesn’t everyone get enough to eat?” asks senior student Andrew Taylor. Well unfortunately, 1 out of 8 Americans are at the present time don’t know where to go to get a decent meal for themselves and their families. Many people are unaware of the hunger near them because they are constantly surrounded by luxury and the philosophy that the hardworking should always be able to support themselves. The economic crisis has caused many to become unemployed or simply unable to afford decent meals after a week of dealing with sky high mortgages and a flood of bills. In fact, hunger in Arcadia is completely unheard of. It’s a tragedy how few know and acknowledge the suffering of Americans out there.
    You may feel empathy for the American people and their hardships, but did you know that you can help? The van’s departure has left some people wondering if it is too late to help, but people still have the opportunity. At any time you can buy a slice of Stefanie’s Ultimate Red Velvet Cheesecake, and the restaurant will donate 25 cents to the cause. Also, on September 30th, the last day of the tour, people can bring two cans of soup to any of the restaurants, and have 10 percent of their checks donated to the local food bank. All it takes is a bit of time and effort to profoundly affect the lives of others.
    As the determined employees drive thousands of miles, and people chip in on a great effort to help individuals in need, the brightest parts of human nature are shown. So many people have helped out in this drive against hunger that is has ceased to be a simple fundraiser but become a country wide effort by everyday people. We in Arcadia who have three full meals per day should be grateful of the luxuries we have. So the next time you plan to get an extra slice of pizza, ask yourself, will I really finish this, or will I just eat half of it and throw the rest away?

    lenakalemkiarian

    Posts : 166
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Drive Out Hunger Tour

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Tue Sep 15, 2009 9:07 pm

    i dont see anymore things to edit! good job!

    raphaellu

    Posts : 62
    Join date : 2009-09-05

    drive out hunger

    Post  raphaellu on Wed Sep 16, 2009 11:20 am

    mkay. I posted it on the wall in the hall. cheers

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