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Project SAIL

 

Our Spring session of Project SAIL 2014 is in full swing. What a phenomenal group of teens! Many of these students are Bhutanese refugees who have lived most of their lives in refugee camps in Nepal  Project SAIL Coordinator, Amanda Loose, summed it up best when she said, ” While we try to teach our students about life, our students teach us what life is all about!”

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 Rowing practice begins on shore.

Rowing practice begins on shore.

 

First time rowing for most of these students.

This is the first rowing experience for most of these students.  Boat Builder, Jodi Carpenter, serves as coxswain.

 

The St. Ayles Skiff crew row past our neighboring Tall Ship, Brig Niagara.

The St. Ayles Skiff crew row past our neighboring Tall Ship, the Brig Niagara.

 

Great job, everyone!  The “Mighty Oak” looks amazing.

 

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