Participants - the Enumclaw School District

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Participants - the Enumclaw School District
Participants
SCHOOLS
Black Diamond Elementary
Byron Kibler Elementary
Southwood Elementary
Sunrise Elementary
Westwood Elementary
Enumclaw Middle School
Thunder Mountain Middle School
Enumclaw High School
BUSINESSES
Enumclaw Courier Herald
Mutual of Enumclaw
High Point Village
Tae Kwon Doe
Enumclaw Medical Center
Transmogrify
Work Sport & Outdoors
CJ’s Bakery
The Loft Salon
Stuart Jones
Columbia Bank
Trip Hart, Attorney at Law
Sacred Heart Preschool
Ben Auger
Skynet
McGann Electric
City Perk
Sip City
Horizon Pet Supply
Bounce IT Up
Starbucks
Expressions at Enumclaw
CHURCHES
Northwest Bible Church
Young Life
Trinity Lutheran Church
Calvary Presbyterian Church
Sacred Heart Church
Hillside Church
Hope Lutheran Church
SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS
St. Elizabeth Hospital
Enumclaw Youth Services
Chamber of Commerce
Enumclaw Rotary
Plateau Outreach Ministries
Enumclaw Senior Center
Enumclaw Regional Healthcare Foundation
City of Black Diamond
BD/MV Kiwanis
Enumclaw Schools Foundation
No act of kindness is ever wasted. ~ Aesop
The Challenge:
Rachel’s Rally
Rachel Joy Scott was the first person killed at Columbine High
School on April 20, 1999. Her acts of kindness and compassion
coupled with the contents of her six diaries have become the
foundation for one of the most life-changing school and community programs in America. Visit www.rachelschallenge.org for
more information.
The Enumclaw School District, Enumclaw Schools Foundation,
Franciscan Foundation and the Enumclaw Regional Healthcare
Foundation brought Rachel’s challenge to the Plateau.
March 6, 2012
Welcome
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Our hope was to build a paper chain of deliberate acts of kindness and compassion that will reach beyond 2 miles. Each link
represents a deliberate act of kindness and compassion.
Tonight, we will unveil the total number of acts of
kindness and compassion that have been collected by the communities of Enumclaw and Black
Diamond. Many thanks to all who are helping to
spread kindness and compassion throughout our
communities.
The Math:
1 mile = 5,280 feet = 63,360 inches = 1,760 yards
1,760 yards = 176 chains of 10 yards each
1,760 yards = 58.67 bags of 30 yards each
2 miles = 117.34 bags of 30 yards each
Four (4) Links/Sheet
1 sheet paper x 4 links = 10 inches
72 links = 180 inches = 5 yards
144 links = 10 yards
432 links = 30 yards
432 links x 58.67 bags of 30 yards = 25,358.4 links
25,358.4 links/mile x 2 miles = 50,716.8 links
Presentation of Colors - Pack 422
National Anthem & America the Beautiful
Mike Nelson, ESD Superintendent
Journey of the Past Six Months
Ryan Chynoweth
Michelle McKinlay
Sara Mongrain
Tyler Salsbury
Presentation of Chains
Black Diamond Mayor, Becky Olness
Enumclaw Mayor, Liz Reynolds
Rachel’s Challenge Speaker
Introduction: Corey Cassell, ESD Board of Directors
Speaker: Dave Gamache
Closing
Grace Doleshel, Black Diamond Elementary Student
Please join us for a celebration in the Field House
immediately following the ceremony.