BLUEBERRY AMBASSADOR MOMENTS
Montrose Middle School, coordinator Sarah Alguire
I reminded a friend to bring a check to lunch so she could eat.
I sit with a preschooler every day on the bus so that he stays out of trouble.
I helped at the firefighter Bingo.
My great grandma needed her driveway shoveled so I went over and shoveled it.
The girls left the gym a mess and I stayed after to clean it.
My best friend was really upset and I got Mrs. Alguire and helped her through it.
I helped someone when he didn’t understand his homework. So, I made it more understandable.
I helped my mom do laundry and chores.
I shoveled both of my neighbors’ sidewalks every snow day, and salted their walkways.
I was helping my dad get around and get food and stuff after his car accident.
I helped my grandpa put his pool cover (which is really heavy) back on his pool. I also cleaned it with him.
I helped load shoeboxes at my church for Christmas. They will be sent overseas for children.
I cut and hauled wood for my mom, aunt and uncle, and grandparents.
I helped my mom with a show she was doing.
Ms. C was feeling blue, so I gave her a full-sized Hershey bar that I won in math class.
I went outside in the winter and helped my dad shovel the driveway.
I helped someone find a book in the library.
I helped put up signs in the hall.
I paid for someone’s food.
I helped coach practice.
Someone dropped a $20 bill and I gave it to them.
I pulled my neighbor’s garbage can up to their house.
I opened doors for the elderly.
I shoveled the driveway for my mom.
I gave like four of my friends gum.
I helped some of the people on my basketball team learn their plays.
I went and snowplowed for my neighbors.
I made signs for people’s lockers.
I paid for a person at McDonald’s.
I helped a kid at wrestling learn a move.
I cleaned the house without being asked.
I helped clean up the band room.
I made a friend, Lilly.
One day, I noticed my mom and dad hadn’t shoveled the walkway to the doors for our dog and cats, so I decided to shovel the front and the back door for my family. My mom thought it was nice, and it made me extremely happy that I could help my family.
My dad, brother and I were home and my dad was busy. So, I went downstairs and grabbed venison burger and some taco seasoning and started dinner. I made enough tacos for my dad and brother to have three and I ate two and still had leftovers. My dad was so thankful and I felt so happy about it.
I helped clean up the woods for the animals and nature.I cleaned up and picked up all of the trash in my aunt’s yard and the woods.
I made a new friend with the new student and I helped him with his locker.
I drew something that someone likes, and left a little note and card.
I hauled all the wood for our wood shelf for my dad by myself.
I helped my uncle clean his house.
I mowed my grandma and papa’s lawn when they needed it.
I gave a lady a shopping cart when she couldn’t get one.
I helped my dad switch the hitch on the camper.
I helped my great grandma learn to use the TV at their new assisted living home.
I helped my grandma with my grandpa. I helped my grandma take down her Christmas tree. I helped my grandma move her giant freezer.
I babysat my neighbor and my sister.
I left a box of microwavable popcorn at a Redbox for people who don’t have popcorn.
I helped clean my chicken coop with my mom.
I opened a door for my grandpa.
I did the flooring in my bathroom for my mom.
I painted my grandma’s bedroom for her.
I did my uncle’s farm animal chores.
I did the dishes. I helped babysit. I helped clean the kitchen.
I helped my mom with dishes.
I helped my grandma with groceries to take to my great-grandma.
I helped my mom make my brother’s bed.