Friday, April 5, 2013

The 60-60-60 Challenge: Day Five

Welcome to Day Five of the 60-60-60 Challenge to support America SCORES Seattle and celebrate National Poetry Month! 

As promised, below are some poems and resources to help you reach your goal to give your Full 180 to America SCORES Seattle by taking the 60-60-60 Challenge to read 60 poems for National Poetry Month, to walk 60 miles for yourself, and to raise 60 dollars for America SCORES Seattle!

Start fundraising now by joining our team on crowdrise :: Seattle SCORES' Full 180 

Today’s poems are team cheers written by the Dunlap SCORES Girls' Team during the past two Spring Seasons:

Dunlap Girls SCORES
(Who We Are Cheer)
Spring 2012

We are Dunlap Girls SCORES
We play soccer galore.

We’re like light,
We shine bright,
We are noticeable and always in sight.

We have a lot of brains and when we play soccer
We drive you insane.

That’s all you hear
The crowd can’t help but cheer!

Who We Are
By the Dunlap SCORES Girls
(Spring 2011)

We are awesome soccer players,
We always stick together
We try not to give up we don’t have to worry
Because we have each other
And we always get along
We are kind and never mean
We do the right thing
By helping our community
We are determined to be your everyday heroes
When we do poems we like to rhyme
And when we play soccer
We have a good time!

What we want is compassion between each other
Smiling kids having fun
Enough equipment for everyone
Respect is all we need
Together is how we can succeed
Peace and love is what we will receive

We promote positive social interaction
Teaching games, while having fun
Making sure there’s something for everyone
Finding things we have in common
Doing good things
To help each other get along

Today's video is from Maple Elementary SCORES poet -athlete Tetiana M. who reads her poem 'SCORES With My Friends.'

Suggested Hike/Walk
Oyster Dome

A glacial-polished and fractured exposed hunk of sheer cliff on Blanchard Mountain, Oyster Dome is an intriguing and scenic natural landmark. Its base is littered with jumbled boulders, talus fields, and bat-breeding caves. And from atop, views abound of the Sound, mountains, and a smorgasbord of islands. A popular hiking destination year-round, Oyster Dome is the pearl of the Chuckanut Mountains.
Roundtrip: 6.5 miles

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