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85 Students returned one week ago after spending their Spring Breaks 
doing community work in different areas around the United States.  For 
the past 8 months they had been preparing for their trips.  Students 
learned about the issues they would be working with, they learned about 
the people they would be working with and they learned about themselves.

It is incredible to hear about the experiences people have had over the 
past year and especially over the past few weeks.  Having been on an 
Alternative Spring Break, I can vouch for many that this experience does 
last a lifetime and often leads to even more instrumental work by 
participants.

It is incredible to see the expressions in the eyes of those people who 
participated,
to see how their experience have affected them.
In some people I have seen dazzling smiles,
in others I have seen tears.
 Each person has been affected in a different way.

I just wanted to take a second to welcome back the ASBers - students and 
staff.  You all put a lot of work into your experience - Congratulations.

I also wanted to recognize the hard work of Charlie Wallace and Abby 
Benedetto...Thanks for doing all that you did.



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