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Posted: Tuesday, April 10, 2012 12:00 am

The type of volunteer service I do for the community is helping at the library. Every Wednesday, I get to read to the kids and perform an educational puppet show. We get to help the kids create arts and crafts. Its lots of fun. I believe the best part is seeing the children’s smiles as they walk out the library. I believe our goal is to help kids learn important lessons in life and to have fun doing it.

Mariel Calabra, St. Anthony Catholic School

Teacher: Greg Rustico

 

There are several types of volunteer service that I do for my community; one of the things that I do is help out my church. I help out by picking up trash, cleaning tables, chairs, and classrooms, some of my friends help out too. While we are cleaning we have fun eating, playing, and joking around, I like helping out my community and especially because after we are done my pastor gives us a smile and tells us "Thank you very much, I appreciate what y'all have done" and I feel proud. There's a lot of ways that everyone can help our community.

Morelia Gonzalez, San Benito High School

Teacher: Dagoberto Pena

 

I do many types of volunteer service. Being a senior and now looking back, I have realized the many good things I've done for my community. For example helping at National Night Out, the Food Pantry, painting a house for an elderly couple that was organized by Buckner International, and supporting events like the Diabetes Walk, Jamming Miles for Janet, and Relay for Life. What I get out of this is meeting new people and learning to be more humble and less ignorant about things in life. Doing community service is something I plan to keep doing for as long as I live.

Estefania Casas, San Benito High School

Teacher: Dagoberto Pena

 

For my community service I like to go to the local nursing home and help out with what I'm allowed to do. I chose a nursing home because I like to learn from the elderly because they are wise and mature. I know it makes their day when someone goes to visit them just to have a conversation about the good old days. When I'm there I just lose track of time for being so into their stories. I remember one of the women I had spoken to was so nice and we talked for hours. She told me about her children and her grandchildren. Also what type of life she had, and about old romances. Those were my favorites because I'm an old romantic. I like what romance used to be not like now a days.

Cynthia Ramos, San Benito High School

Teacher: Dagoberto Pena

 

My little sister recently joined the Harlingen soccer league, and her coach was kind enough to offer me a spot as assistant coach. Now, every Tuesday and Thursday I tag along to help her coach with the other little girls, and we run soccer drills for about an hour. I enjoy doing this community service because it allows me to interact with new people as well as stay active even with a tight schedule. My involvement in this community service seems to be a win-win for everybody because my little sister's coach gets the assistance he needs, the little girls seem pleased by having a young female helping, and I receive community service hours for both school and other clubs. I believe being involved with the community not only permits a person to become well rounded, but it benefits those around them in a positive way. More young, energetic people should participate in community service in order to make an impact and teach others that being involved is extremely beneficial. Being a role model is vital to me and by doing community service; I only hope I set a good example for my little sister.

Briza Marie Rodriguez, San Benito High School

Teacher: Dagoberto Pena

 

I am involved in the San Benito High School Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing club, and for community service we do a car wash in auto parts stores. The money we make we donate to religious centers were they shelter homeless people and help people that are going through rough times. At the end of the day you feel a great satisfaction knowing that you are helping your community.

Jorge Rivera, San Benito High School

Teacher: Dagoberto Pena

 

I am a member of a church in Donna that has a food bank that feeds up to three hundred needy families in the Donna area. For the past three years I have been involved with toy distribution that takes place around Christmas time. Over the past three years I have had different jobs to help the distribution run more smoothly. One year I was in charge of handing the toys over to the "Santa Claus" and then he would give them to the child that was next in line. I love helping the small children especially when I see the kids bright and lit up smiles.

Abram Alaniz, Vernon Middle School

Teacher: Esmeralda Valdez

 

A type of volunteer service that I do is none because I haven’t gotten to that point yet. But if I would do one it would be to go help in the hospital or with old people or even in school with teachers or something. I just like helping people a lot that’s why, but I am really anxious to start doing that.

Sofia Alvarado, Weslaco East High School

Teacher: Minerva Hinojosa

 

I do different kinds of volunteer. For example I work at my Mom’s restaurant without getting paid. Its hard work and its hot in there. I hate it but I just like the feeling you get when you help people out. I like helping my mom pay the bills. Her small business means a lot to me because one day it will be mine. I think I'm going to inherit it one day. I hope.

Eli Patino, Weslaco East High School

Teacher: Minerva Hinojosa

 

I do try to do as much as I can for my community even those that are in need. About 3 years ago I helped out at the ‘Salvation Army’ on Thanksgiving to feed the homeless. It was a very good experience to do that; I felt really good about myself I do what I can do to help my community and I will keep on doing. I also went to go give money to the orphanage once, again I felt good about myself cause I went out of my way to get as much money as I could to give to them, I know a lot of kids go through a lot in there and deserve the best so I try to give them the best, with the help of my parents of course.

Destiny Cavazos, Weslaco East High School

Teacher: Minerva Hinojosa

 

I don’t do any but if I ever did I would like to help other kids to stop doing the wrong things. To go the right path they are supposed to go through. Many kids these days do wrong things and follow what other older people do and I feel like they aren’t because every kid has a dream and they should follow it. I’ve gone the wrong way before but thanks to my older sister she taught me many things and I knew I wasn’t supposed to do.

Daniela Herrera, Weslaco East High School

Teacher: Minerva Hinojosa

 

I don't really do volunteer service for my town like in a group, but I do it individually. I want to help the earth to be cleaner. If I see a plastic bottle or I have a plastic bottle I recycle it by throwing it in the recycle bin. And when I don't need some papers like from school or something I recycle that too, so there can be more trees in our earth and we can get oxygen (No trees NO oxygen no air to breathe). I also try to not waste too much water. Whenever I see am open faucet I close it, a drop per second in a whole day, that's a lot of water wasted. Whenever someone needs help on something I try my best to help them. Like when they can’t open the door, I open it for them. And when someone needs homework help, like my friends and family, I try to help them on whatever subject, but I am mostly better at math. 

Analili Murillo, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Mary Villarreal

 

I have volunteered in a lot of places, but the one I remember the most is when I had volunteered in the Boys and Girls Club. I would go with my sister and we both would volunteer just to help the people that were working there with the kids. It was a lot of fun with the kids, and we would go on trips like to the movies. We would play games with the kids, like play sports and with the Xbox 360. I would like to that again. And another thing I do is when I see that there is a trash bag on the floor in the middle of the street I pick it up so it won't get ugly. That’s what I have done to volunteer in my town. 

Richie Delgadillo, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Mary Villarreal

 

This past summer, I volunteered at John Knox Village, the old folk’s home with one of my best friends. We helped out with the nurses. We played bingo and dominoes with them. I sat there and listened to some of the folks tell stories about there past and how some survived World War II. It was fascinating. There was one man; he was really sweet and a very happy person. He told me before he was put in the old folk’s home he traveled around the U.S with his wife. That was really cute. This summer I plan to volunteer at the hospital.

Felicia Cavazoz, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Mary Villarreal

 

Sometimes I cleanup the streets of my neighborhood for volunteer service. Other times I cut neighbors yards because they are unable to cut their own yards. Other times I help neighbors paint and repair their homes after certain tragedies happened to them. One time I taught little kids how to play soccer, and told them the basic rules about soccer. Also I remember when I was seven years old I helped the public library by planting flowers in front of their building. Well this is some of the volunteer service I did for my community.

Javier Silva, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Mary Villarreal

 

To be honest the most I've done for my town would be going to school. I go help out in my church here in the town also. Volunteer service is helping out your community at your free will. I don't really do volunteer work or service because I'm not too social; I guess you can say but that doesn't mean I don't care. I don't really go out and I don't manage where I go. If I would have a car and a license would probably do more volunteer service, like going to the nursing home to help the elderly. It would really help for my collage applications but everything happens for some reason.

Katherine Hernandez, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Mary Villarreal

 

I don't really volunteer maybe just for school events and helping my family out. Other then that when I was 10, I would go with my tia to the nursing homes and play with elderly people bingo, Uno and other types of board games but I had fun. The only thing I didn't like was the way it smelled a lot but I got used to it after awhile. Now that am older I think about it and hope sooner or later when I have time I would start volunteering again

Melexis Garcia, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Mary Villarreal

 

I enjoy volunteering in my community because it is important to give back to the people who live around you. As a young adult, I have learned that if you are proactive by helping others you live a happy and fulfilled life. My mother teaches 6th-8th grade here in Weslaco so I began helping some of her students read. The students I worked with were in 6th grade and had trouble reading at their grade level so I went in to volunteer to help them read during their extended day. Some students did not use English as their primary language so they were still learning many of the words. I liked helping them because it was nice to practice sounding out words with them. I guided them to learn new words they didn’t know and it was a great feeling to know they were doing better with my help.

Selina Diaz, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Mary Villarreal

 

When I do volunteer service for my community I go and work at my Catholic Church. I go for the day just to help out for the next mass that is about to happen.

Elias De Leon, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I'm not old enough to volunteer yet, but next year I am going to volunteer at our state park, Estero Llano Grande State Park. I plan to help clean-up the place, refill the feeders for the birds, and many more awesome things to do outside. It's away from everyday technology and I believe that is one of the reasons I enjoy being like that. I try to let everyone know about this great opportunity.

Angelina Vasquez, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I do volunteer work for the community by serving at the church. I help around the church when I am there. Sometimes I help clean and do what I can to help out the people that need help at the church.

Ruben Marin, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I help the community by volunteering at the Elks Lodge. Twice a month they have a big chicken fry and sell plates. I help plate and serve the meals.

Casey Gatton, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I have never volunteered for community service. I think that the only thing close to community service I have done was picking up trash around town in order to get a trespassing offense expunged from my otherwise clean criminal record.

Jose Olivo Jr., Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I have volunteered at many places during my high school years. I helped set up festivals in downtown Weslaco. I also helped replant many of the trees that were torn down by the border. All together by myself I think I planted like over 70 trees. It felt good having my lower back sore from plating trees all day. Sometimes I also volunteer to help teach the CCE classes at my Church with my grandma. It’s always a bit wild trying to teach someone who keeps throwing crayons at you, but again it’s worth it. The feeling of at least trying to help someone is something you can’t find anywhere else on the planet.

Dudley Shine, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

At a local church, with members far less fortunate than I, I spent a few days giving back to my community. I helped with a food drive which donated food to those who couldn't afford to feed their families. Every Tuesday of each month I would go down to the church and would prepare boxes of food which consisted of canned food, packages of meat, fresh fruit and vegetables. It was an overwhelming experience but also an eye opening one only because it was something I had never done before but the people that we donated food to were grateful. As each family received their box of food you could feel their gratitude as you looked into their eyes.

Catherine Tristan, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I have baby sat my sisters children for a certain amount of time and I've helped my mom around the house as in cutting the grass, and putting in new plants in our garden, etc.

Abby Gonzalez, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I do not do volunteer service for my community or for anything. I work and am in sports and just am to busy to do other things.

Stephen Cavazos, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

A community is a joint machine composed of many different parts with each individual section providing the main structure with services to maintain itself. As it all functions and moves forward, it provides us with things that we want or need. Such as the food, clothing, entertainment, and so on. So why not give back? Every year I volunteer for beach clean up. We pick a day to go out of our everyday to clean up litter on the beach. We do this so families, friends, and others can enjoy a day of fun under the sun without worry of stepping on glass or sitting on a used diaper. Giving back even in a small way like this counts. Small or big, volunteering for anything helps out the community in the long run. Get up and volunteer!

Damaris Perez, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I have volunteered in many things around my community. Just last year I was a junior volunteer a Knapp Medical Center. It was very exciting to be able to get to communicate and help the people that make up my community. Besides that I am also a CCE helper. I help kids learn their prayers and I teach them how to be good at church. It feels very good to be able to help my community. 

Jackie Ruiz, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I have not done any volunteer work lately, but I have volunteered for my church and if anybody asks me to help out I am ready to help. Most of my volunteer work I do is for my church. Help out with events and rallies and things like this.

Cristian Farias, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

The only type of community work I do would be in church. Sometimes my church on Saturdays will have a chicken plate sell and I will be there very early in the morning helping them. During this summer I plan to go to the library and volunteer by reading books for children at the Weslaco Public Library. To encourage young children to read.

Violeta Rico, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

Well I'm always helping out with my church with different kinds of fundraisers and actually getting involved with them and we as a church try to help out the community. For example some of the youth, such as myself, went to the Estero Llano Grande State National Park here in Weslaco. We did a 5K walk for missionaries who are in third world countries who can't get to certain areas. And we helped the community by walking and well we had to pay to get in so we basically helped with that too.

Michael Morales, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I volunteer at the local hospital near my house with children who have diabetes.

Johanna Rodriguez, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I am not big on volunteering, but it does not stop me from doing it. Every once in a while I stay in math classes to tutor students that need it. Sense my strongest subject is math I explain to my teacher that I want a 100 in his class therefore he responds by saying that he will give me extra credit if I help a student that needs it more than I do. I encounter students like me every time that need help on a certain area or on all the section. When I volunteer it makes me happy to see that I am helping someone other than me.

Efren Segovia, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I usually volunteer at my church by helping them set up festivals. Sometimes if they need people to speak up I will be the first to help. Most of the time I will be volunteering at my school by helping them set up dances. Or I will go to the after school tutoring and help anybody who is struggling. Anytime I get the opportunity to help out I will delightfully agree with a smile on my face.

Clarissa Castillo, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

Since my mother is a provider at a nursing home, I sometimes tag along and help out. I help clean the elderly person’s room, and help feed the fish in the lobby. Sometimes if I’m lucky after lunch I help run the bingo games. I love helping out at the nursing home because the senior citizens are always so nice and friendly. I love it when they thank me in Spanish because sometime they'll call me "mija", which means daughter. Volunteering at the nursing home has brought much joy into my life.

Diana Garza, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

In my community I’ve helped out plenty, but the one I think that stands out the most, is helping out my family. It’s easy to do something for others, but doing something for people who you’re around all day and all your life. You get tired of them, but helping them out and seeing their proud face after you do, always wins my heart. Love you mom and dad, thank you.

Markie Gutierrez, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

My church sets up events where the youth and I have to go to the nursing homes and help clean the patients’ rooms, or help out in their cafeteria by serving food to elder.

Diego Guerra, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

Sometimes I volunteer at the public library. I help put on plays and puppet shows for kids, re-shelf books, and take pictures and videos to publicize the library. I really enjoy helping out there, that place has always been like my second home growing up.

Kimberly Segura, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I volunteer at a local dance studio assisting dance instructors and educating young children ages 4-12. To me it's a great job I offer to my community because it's something I enjoy doing and not to mention seeing the smile on a parent's face when they see their child having fun.

Irene Infante, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

The volunteering I do for the community is help out with my church. Like I altar serve for the people during mass! So they could have a good mass. And I also help the priest for whatever he needs to do. So that’s what I do to help out my community.

Joseph Torres, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

One of the types of volunteer work I can recall is that I go to a Pediatric Clinic to help out the nurses. I do vitals and labs making it easier for the nurses to attend the patients in need. I feel I am making a difference towards the nurses and patients; it makes me feel good to know that my work is for a better cause.

Nora Katana Sims, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

In the months of January and February, the American Heart Association gets tremendous donations from great businesses. I volunteered the weekends of those two months to sell goodies; all those proceeds went to the American Heart Association. The business in which I was contributing with greatly appreciated the help and we all felt a sense of happiness for making a difference in other people’s lives.

Alondrita Barron, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I enjoy volunteering at the pet shelter to help care and nourish the dogs and walk them. I also enjoy giving them baths and basically just being there for them when no one else could. It's very fun and keeps me busy when I'm just bored at home. I like to drag my friends into it too so I'm not alone there either.

Aaron Carmona, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I have never been involved in doing community service, but if I were to, it would be to volunteer in the children's hospital. The reason why I would want to volunteer there is because those kids need a friend to talk to them, and play with them while they fight to get better. Something about children like that makes me thankful I am healthy and well. Many children with cancer are in need of friends who will be very supportive, and I would like to get to know someone who is going through such a hard experience.

Marylou Martinez, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I am currently in the youth ministry at my church. I also plan to start volunteering at the Harlingen Humane Society. I enjoy helping out with the things I care about.

Matthew Lopez, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

Being the mascot for Weslaco High School, I have done several volunteer visits to children's hospitals and fundraisers for the community of Weslaco. I am also a dedicated volunteer for the Relay for Life program. I try my very best to do the most I can with my community to help with whatever is needed.

Sydni Salinas, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

During the summer, and sometimes after school, I tutor students at Margo Elementary. I help then with English and Math subjects. I like volunteering to help the children. It makes me happy knowing I can help them better understand the subjects they are having trouble with. I would like to volunteer at other places to try new things, but for right now, I like what I'm doing.

Valerie Gonzalez, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

My Dad works with this company called Habitat for Humanity. What they do is they build houses for the family that have low incomes and cannot afford to have a new home to live in. The company makes them a house and sells it to them for what it costs the company, which is a very low price. They do the house by volunteers. College, high school, and other companies volunteer to make this happen. Every Friday and Saturday my Dad has volunteers. They help him nail, do frame work, paint, clean, etc. I go every Saturday and work there. It is really fun. It is like if I helped a family get a new home, because without the help of the volunteers these families would not have a new home to live in.

Brenda Cardenas, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I like to volunteer in my community, but not like others might. Some people might go to a soup kitchen; others might join an organization that goes picking up trash. I, however, choose to help my community in a different way. Instead of volunteering at a hospital, I would rather prevent people from going to the hospital. For example, getting people to sign a petition to lower the speed on the south part of Texas from 60MPH to 45MPH. There have been many crashes on that street, some resulting in deaths. So I believe that we should fix the bigger problems in our community before we worry about cleaning it up.

Ryan Nelson, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

Some volunteer work I do in my community is hang out with my grandmas friends from church. Every Wednesday evening we all meet in a room and talk about each others days. You can tell by the excitement in their voices that they are happy they get to share their lives with other people who care to listen. We address each others problems and offer advice to one another. Honestly, they have grown on me so much that I consider them family.

Alexis Guerrero, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I am part of NHS and NHS consists of reaching out to our community. One of the events we are to participate in is Relay for Life. To fundraise money we sold Crush cans during Valentine’s Day and raised a good amount of money. This is just a little something that as a group/club want to contribute in not just to find a way to waste time but to give to those that are considered to be the bravest people in our hearts. I also participate in the church festivals. Spending time with so many people really made me realize that our community is very important and people should be valued for who they are.

Gabriela Becerra, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

The kind of volunteer work I do for my community is working at food drives everyone once in a while, and reading to elementary school children.

Cristian Espinoza, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I rescue cats from trees and find them good homes that way they won't end up on the streets dead.

Emerie Sanchez, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

When I can I volunteer at a childcare center. I’ve gone to volunteer there many times because I love working and playing with kids. I go there whenever I have time and don’t have schoolwork. I work there from as soon as I get out of school till closing time. I help clean and look after the kids along with another employee. It helps me to see what I can do to improve my skills with working with children. The kids there are unique in there own special way and it is a joy to work with them.

Miranda Gonzalez, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

The volunteer work I have done before wasn’t much; I helped raise money for a relative with a severe spinal injury and help provide clothes to the homeless. I am still not satisfied with the work I have done. I want to do more like join the Peace Core or volunteer at my local hospital or even volunteer as a fireman.

Dominic Ortiz, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I volunteer to help people by mowing their lawns in my neighborhood. I can't do much, given my young age of 15, but I still do what I can for my community. I live in a rather small community, so mowing the lawn is the only way I can help.

Daniel Tobin, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I volunteer at my local animal shelter in my home town with about five other young ladies that also want to pursue veterinarian care. I love all types of animals and love going once a week to see what new creature comes into the veterinarian shelter. Any little help for me to understand any animal is great for me and just giving the ability to help them is, without a doubt, a wonder to me.

Laurie Solis, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

The type of volunteer service I have done for my community is volunteering to pass out waters for the event “Cancer run.”  As the runners passed by I helped out by giving them water as they continued to run. It felt good knowing I helped people for a good cause.

Valentina Mandujano, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

This year I volunteered for different activities. I volunteered at the Feast of Sharing, Salvation Army: Red Kettle Event, and the Childhood Cancer Walk/Run. Volunteering for those events really changed my perspective on life. The event I liked the most was the Feast of Sharing. I learned to not take things for granted and appreciate the things I have.

Carissa Villarreal, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

If I would volunteer I would volunteer at a hospital. I would cope with the sick people in order to make their day better; to shine up there day even though they’re going through physical mental issues. They need all the support in order to get better and soon recuperate from their sickness.

Gemma Mandujano, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

I would love to do at least some kind of community service but I can’t because I'm a little too busy. I would like to help people because I know if I needed help people would help me. I would also like to volunteer at a daycare center for old people; I think they need love and more attention than young people do. I think I would be able to give them that love and attention. I know that at one point of my life I will be able to do some kind of community service, and I can wait for that chance. I have a desire, and it is to help people and be a good samaritan. I know I'm going to be a good volunteer for a community service!

Jacqueline Ruiz, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

 

The type of volunteer work I have done is basically giving to the ones that are need because I think that is very important in life. I helped out Toy for Tots by donating some brand new toys  to the children. My family has come to visit recently and what I do is check my closet to see if I need any of it anymore. If I don't want it anymore, instead of throwing it away or tearing it, I give it to my family to send it to people who need it. I think that my conscious is clean because I have a warm feeling that someone else is getting something instead of living with nothing. So my volunteer work is giving to others in our community to make a better place. Remembering that giving objects is not necessarily all, I also give my heart into what I do for them and that is the best volunteer service of all.

Yamilex Garcia, Weslaco High School

Teacher: Dr. Jean Bovee

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