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The Month of Generosity

Tony Mai, Reporter

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On Wednesday, December 6, Sources of Strength (S.O.S) came to the cafeteria once again. December is filed with holiday cheer and they decided to add another layer to the meaning of that. S.O.S reminds students of arapahoe to be generous this season, as generosity has been chosen for December’s theme.

They invited students to fill out thank you cards give to anyone they’d like as a reminder to be kind and thankful of generosity in their life. They also invited students to name and illustrate their strengths on a banner for this month’s theme.

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Tony Mai, Reporter
As a senior, Tony’s time at Arapahoe is passing by faster than he can keep track of. But that won’t stop him from making use of his time here. He joined both the Herald and the Spear because he wants to achieve that here with the student media! He is a part of this team...
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