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  • Tri-States Home Inspection

    14 FEB. 2024 · LeRoy is a Certified Master Inspector serving the Tri-State Area serving all of the Tri State area, he will give you information about home inspections and why choosing the right home inspector is so important. Which inturn will help you with the most emotional decision and financial investment you will ever make.
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  • Ferryville Wisconsin- Pool 9 Lock and Dam

    19 DIC. 2023 · Ferryville is a little village with a population of 192 in Southwestern Wisconsin. It is located on National Scenic State Highway 35 between Prairie du Chien and LaCrosse Wisconsin. Ferryville is at rivers edge and is an excellent area for hunting, fishing and water sports. Along with being a sportsman’s paradise, Ferryville, is a motorcycle riders dream due to the hills, valleys, curves and just pretty scenery. We may be a small village but we have plenty of friendly people and lots of beautiful scenery. For more information on Ferryville, Wisconsin, please visit our website www.VisitFerryville.com
    Escuchado 7m 23s
  • Multiple Ventures LLC who we are podcast

    18 SEP. 2023 · Top Rated Air Duct Cleaning Service in Crawford & Grant County, Wisconsin We offer a wide variety of air duct cleaning services for both residential and commercial customers in Crawford & Grant County, Wisconsin, and the surrounding areas. You can count on our team at Multiple Ventures Duct Cleaning, LLC to not only provide you with exceptional service, but the best in class air duct cleaning in the area. Our air duct cleaning team is committed to adhere to both local regulatory and industry standards when it comes to servicing our customers. GET A FREE QUOTE TODAY - CALL US tel:608-306-2541
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  • Ferryville Wisconsin- Commercial Fishing

    13 FEB. 2023 · Ferryville is a little village with a population of 192 in Southwestern Wisconsin. It is located on National Scenic State Highway 35 between Prairie du Chien and LaCrosse Wisconsin. Ferryville is at rivers edge and is an excellent area for hunting, fishing and water sports. Along with being a sportsman’s paradise, Ferryville, is a motorcycle riders dream due to the hills, valleys, curves and just pretty scenery. We may be a small village but we have plenty of friendly people and lots of beautiful scenery. For more information on Ferryville, Wisconsin, please visit our website www.VisitFerryville.com Transcription for SEO purposes only Ferryville, Wisconsin. The people, the location, the place for all seasons. Jerry Bordman and I'm a commercial fisherman. Jerry, how long have you been a commercial fisherman? Well, at 80 years old and all my life. Is commercial fishing something you can do year round? Yes. How long have you been calling this area of the Mississippi River your home? All my life. I was born born here on the river. Matter of fact, my brother, my oldest brother, my folks used to live on the islands and he was born on the refuge before locking dams. And he's still alive? I think he's probably one of the last few people. He's 88, basically. This is something you've done your entire life? Yes. So what is commercial fishing on the Mississippi River? Like the type of fishing we do, we sane, we call sandy and then deal netting, tram netting, hoop netting, hoop nets and fox traps. Many various different types of fishing and all various different skills. The fishing nowadays is very easy. It's a lot of manual labor, but it's still easy. What it used to be, I can remember when, like back in the late forties and early 50s, there wasn't hardly any boat landings on the river. And so when we were standing underneath the ice, these fish had to be hand slated to the banks, to the railroad tracks and carried up over the railroad tracks and then carried up over the road bank. Now that was work that I want to tell you. So gradually the boat landings opened up where you could get to the landings and transport your fish. In 1947, the dyke going to Lansing, when the ice went out that spring, they went out thick and it took every one of the bridges out. Therefore you couldn't get the fish to Lansing because that's what the main market was. You had to go by a boat and hope you have enough ice to get in there in the wintertime. My oldest brother. And my dad stood at the Windowski bridge there and they watched that ice take that bridge out and they just went to Lansing and come back for that about a half an hour before that. Wow. That was how long did it take to fix that bridge? 1956. Ten years? Yep. Put in ten years. Wow. Like I said, that was the biggest market around. We had a lot of markets around, small markets. Quite a few of the one in furnishing and one in the big halls. The big bunches always went to landscape. So, Jerry, is commercial ice fishing your big time for fishing, or is it during the summer as well? No, we used to fish year round, but now the markets have gone and the only fishing that we do now is we fish under the ice. In the spring, when the ice goes out, we sell all our fish to New York live. We shift them all live to New York. They go out and semis tanks on with liquid oxygen and we put £20,000 of fish on a truck. And also in the springtime, when the water opens up in, we have what they call a Jewish holidays. At that time, we go for the big carp. For the holidays, they want the big Carp, anything £12 and up, and then after that usually done from the summer. So besides the carp, what other kind of fish are you fishing for? Buffalo carpent. Buffalo, primarily because catfish, we catch a lot of catfish in the scene, but in the state of Wisconsin, if you're sanding underneath the ice, you can only keep £100 of fish per haul. So you'd mentioned that you sell all of your fish to the state of New York. Why is the market in New York rather than anywhere closer to here? Because that's where the population is, and especially a Jewish population. And the Jewish population is not as big as Myers. Like a filter fish. There was millions and millions of pounds of carp crawd in, you know, the year turner all made into filter fish. As the years progressed, I guess what is that?
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  • Jeffs Tractors June 2022 podcast

    2 JUN. 2022 · Jeff's Tractors, LLC 12011 Hwy 61 Fennimore, WI 53809 608-988-6182 Jeff's Tractors https://www.jeffstractorsllc.com/ Tractor House https://www.tractorhouse.com/dealer-directory/jeffs-tractors/listings/farm-equipment/for-sale/list?PCID=2939125&SCF=True https://www.jeffstractorsllc.com/bidcaller.htm Consignment Sale June 15, 2022 Time 8:00 a.m. Fall Tractor & Machinery Consignment Sale
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  • Ferryville Wisconsin- Growing Up and Running Business

    27 SEP. 2021 · Ferryville is a little village with a population of 192 in Southwestern Wisconsin. It is located on National Scenic State Highway 35 between Prairie du Chien and LaCrosse Wisconsin. Ferryville is at rivers edge and is an excellent area for hunting, fishing and water sports. Along with being a sportsman’s paradise, Ferryville, is a motorcycle riders dream due to the hills, valleys, curves and just pretty scenery. We may be a small village but we have plenty of friendly people and lots of beautiful scenery. For more information on Ferryville, Wisconsin, please visit our website www.Ferryville.com Transcription is for seo purposes only. Deb Lomas is the owner of scenic River in in Ferryville Wisconsin and you’re lifelong resident of Ferryville tell you what your first memory of Ferryville and now the end that I ran my parents were owners of the Ferryville see which not only the people depot they lived right across the street so I grandpa line the river my life when we were dating on the river when I let all waterskiing baking the normal thing to do while growing up a lot. I never realized until I got older, how beautiful the area live and how good it was to live along the river never appreciated it because at the time I would let all all you can think about is going bigger and better places and away from home and away from your parents. I did do that for a year when I went to college I always came back proceeded to build my own house here in town and make my daily care when I can cast away, I decided to keep their how to turn it into the vacation rental. When I asked my renters what they come to the area for a lot of my fisherman and hunter site see the high just to get away for the weekend, it seems like everybody comes to the area. Everybody wants to come during the weekend in the summer. I have that book and I get multiple calls for the same weekend people looking for places to say, a lot of everything booked because everybody wants to come here and I realize now as I get older. How beautiful it really is along the river and the sunset and just the beauty of it and now I know why people come here senses here are amazing. So what are some of the things you tell your guests that they should check out when they're in the Ferryville area. I always got in the ring thing I tell him to go over there and look at the quaint little door. I send them to the local union for burgers is a prime rib on Saturday nights are to the wooden nickel just for a quaint little marker drinker dear my send them to Prairie if they like to gamble and go on the boat broke one of the staff just on the local area thing hiking over and not have more if they want to be chasing them to plant clock if they want to golf I send him to Brooklyn or Prairie orchards are a big hit. They like to go over to the orchards which are close by double so the gist of extreme you going up here and raise your kids here between then and now, when I grew up here, there was a lot of kids in town so there is always something to do and something to hang out and even when my kids were young, there was still several families and and kids their age and how and people for them to play with but now it's becoming more touristy and not many families come here will hear that a lot of weekenders and vacation are, it seems to be really up-and-coming for a vacation place and a place to visit with me to stay here. I just I love being a lot better. I own property in La Crosse, but I can't even imagine looking out at traffic when I can look at that in the river. I just can't even imagine my delight, Ferryville coming down the river from across the prairie variable is one of the most beautiful places you can drive through the road passes right to the heart of the town and it's right on the river. It's the only way that you drive right to the heart of the town and can see the river. The whole time. You mention the river quite a bit in your answers. What is this also the river to I grew up along the river. I can't even imagine not living by water as I like to live in my jet ski boat fish camp on the sandbar. I can't imagine not living by the river being a bit erratic and it doesn't really draw people tell me about the people that live in for most of my neighbors nowadays are people that came from the city and had bought properties around me and have picked them up in their permanent residence. Now the house behind me just got sold but for the most part the Norton account is a pretty stable crowd of people that actually live here and then as you had felt the town more than a vacation rental not as many resident properties and upright Eagle Mountain, which is also part of the village. There's quite a few permanent residents up there along with. I think a lot of weekenders, summer residents is a big crowd
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  • Ferryville Wisconsin- Heritage and History

    21 SEP. 2021 · Ferryville is a little village with a population of 192 in Southwestern Wisconsin. It is located on National Scenic State Highway 35 between Prairie du Chien and LaCrosse Wisconsin. Ferryville is at rivers edge and is an excellent area for hunting, fishing and water sports. Along with being a sportsman’s paradise, Ferryville, is a motorcycle riders dream due to the hills, valleys, curves and just pretty scenery. We may be a small village but we have plenty of friendly people and lots of beautiful scenery. For more information on Ferryville, Wisconsin, please visit our website www.Ferryville.com Transcription is for seo purposes only. Larry Quamme is my guest on the Ferryville podcast. I don't worry I'm doing fine why you're calling me by my nickname. My nickname is Larry as opposed to what lower it's Jacob Quamme month. That's how my grandmother Clara Quamme me gave me the name popular in Norway. Jacob is pronounced Jacob Quamme. Me and Norm. Norway is, so did you ever spent any time in Norway. Our two sons gave us a trip to Norway. On our 40th wedding anniversary and we spent two weeks we went to the home farm and the cemeteries are full of headstones that say lower its living in Ferryville now where there's a large Norwegian population. Is there any similarities between Norway and here all once I got to Norway I knew why they came here if you put your back to the Mississippi River and you look up the coulees you're in layer doll Norway where my relatives came from. Really they didn't know how to farm except on a side hill so very very similar terrain in that area. What brought you to ferret my wife and I in 1999 went out for a drive. One day she's from Richland Center came down Highway C and we happened to turn on white Road and we went up the farm road up to the top and we were in Eagle Mountain and we came out on this big beautiful area. Lots of vacant land, and we were very attracted to that because I used to come to Ferryville with my grandpa and we ended up buying 15 acres in 1999 was a good move. Larry oh, definitely. We love it here. Let's talk about the Norwegian immigrants that are in the area. My great grandfather, whose name was Jacob Larson Quamme me and his brother Hawken came from Norway in 1870 and they came via what today would be the St. Lawrence Seaway there was a railroad that ran a little ways out of Québec and then from there, the two brothers walked to Mount Sterling, what's Mount Sterling today. All they had is what they could carry my great grandfather was 24 years old and he had just graduated from a Norwegian seminary, and he was a Norwegian Lutheran minister and he promptly settled, and founded Utica Lutheran Church upon Highway 27. When you think about it, Bob. The Civil War was just ending in 1865 and they were coming to America. Some people settle maybe they didn't even know about the Civil War I found some things that would suggest that there was a can be a way of communicating with the ancestors in Norway with a letter and it took about a month to go each way. When they left Norway they went to Liverpool, England, and then brought wooden ship from Liverpool and then came down the Seaway we have no records on Ellis Island. We were immigrants that came into the United States across the border. So he told people you know in Madison that you're moving to Ferryville full time. How did you explain the area that you're moving to the next thing is that I later learned on my the sister 10 years older than I am. She's 88, she had more recall about things around here and we learned that our grandpa had actually rented some land above Ferryville that is today, Eagle Mountain, so I would tell people I moved back to the homeland. When you explain to them where the homeland was which footage of them like this is going for Madison where there's, you know, the hustle and bustle and people all over the place to know hundred 76 people and we see an occasional car drive by now and how did you explain it to them that you're going to go to the promise that go to the homeland going to the homeland. Most people had no idea when you said Ferryville. They did didn't get it. So I started talking about moving to the West Coast of Wisconsin. It became where were halfway between Prairie and lacrosse. Most people knew where that was. Most people looked at you quizzically and said are you okay was a good move for you. Great move. We've enjoyed it. We've enjoyed life. My wife got very involved in many volunteer activities. I ended up being the clerk Treas. for the file chair for a number of years. We've enjoyed it. We love the move. So tell me what the history of Pharaoh. Well, you know, it was a humble Bush you know it one time. Why did the change man from humble Bush to ferret out. I think it had to do with the people at ran a fairy so I'm not certain why it became Ferryville. You know I started coming down here in 1947, 48, my grandpa, kinda like to make the rounds and have a beer or two. My grandmother was very Lutheran and deftly against drinking, but we use to leave and and stop first at the rising sun. He go in the grocery store get me a bottle of grape soda and I'd have to sit outside and then we would go to Fargo Junction and we would make our way back down to Ferryville bustling town. I used to sit near the swing in can't remember what the name was then and watch them load the cattle and hogs on to the railroad and there was a big lumberyard right there and the depot with the big water tower and then shoveling the coal. There's a picture that a lot of people have of the Prince and Princess of Norway visiting Ferryville in 1935. My grandparents Larson Clara were were on the dock there that morning. Ferryville was a real area of commerce up in the north and the trees were growing in they had kinda made a tunnel where you kinda went through a shade and then a course where the Grandview motel. You went over that knoll and grandpa used to drive fast and we thought we were flying through the air. On the other side did Ferryville become a drive through town rather than a destination will I think probably maybe in the slight 60s 70s. The stockyards closed. I believe the lumberyard may have burned and I can't remember early 60s when the train derailed and that took the depot and the entirely at know it ruined you know the depot area where was it just south of the post office which was the bank was at the first place. The plumbing and, for I have heard that yes we used to go and see my my grandmother was a friend of Elvira Smith and that's the White House and we used to go there and in those days you would step up a step to go into the house and then when they have redone 35 today you could sit in that house and look underneath the trucks going by. That's how much the road is been raise. I don't remember the years there's been a couple times at 35, was redone they ran across Dino down by the village hall because the train used to wrap around there. Go down with Pine Street. Today, Ferryville, Wisconsin, being the place for all seasons, but your favorite season. Well I like fall. I'm not a hot summer guy. I love it when the leaves are coming off I given up hunting some years ago I was never much of a Fisher but I like the scenes and I love the you know the hills and mountains's. There are challenges you know where we live because we have 600 foot to keep Wells the nature of it. The Norwegian heritage. It's kind of my little area of the world. I would say that it's a different kind of life to relaxed. If you're interested in. No stoplights and relaxed enforcement of stop signs and it's a great it's a great place to to live in great friends, very, very, you know people that are very interested in being social. Hiking is becoming a really big thing in a course if they were from Stoughton, I'd say you don't come back to one of the epi centers where the Norwegians came to.
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  • Ferryville Wisconsin- The People

    13 SEP. 2021 · Ferryville is a little village with a population of 192 in Southwestern Wisconsin. It is located on National Scenic State Highway 35 between Prairie du Chien and LaCrosse Wisconsin. Ferryville is at rivers edge and is an excellent area for hunting, fishing and water sports. Along with being a sportsman’s paradise, Ferryville, is a motorcycle riders dream due to the hills, valleys, curves and just pretty scenery. We may be a small village but we have plenty of friendly people and lots of beautiful scenery. For more information on Ferryville, Wisconsin, please visit our website www.Ferryville.com Transcription is for seo purposes only. Charley Fisher, we think of Ferryville what first comes to mind for the river. What about the river. All the Mississippians on the white spots of the Mississippi. Bob and I've been in sales for a long time and seen a lot of the Mississippi River, but quite honestly, the river has a is a real dynamic in this part of it, you know, a lot of this is my father-in-law used to say was the hayfields and ballparks until the dams came in in the 30s and the work project brought people to the Mississippi and brought people here in the said you know what we want to be here in course people laughed with work, but they always come back Ferryville pharaohs concert at hundred and 76 people what's her to do a small town, you know, it's kinda interesting. This town is a really welcoming community so the tractor pull started years and years ago the tractor pulls were a big thing in very well and they went away and then the bow to 15 years ago. They came back and so it draws people in, you know they do the fireworks out here on the river in the wintertime the Eagles that you see along the river all winter course. All the fishermen in the duck hunters Bob, that's what brings people to Ferryville so you didn't grow up here. We've lived here most of her adult life. When you think of Ferryville, Wisconsin, Charley, what keeps you here well my wife's family. Of course, you know her, it's a much deeper even than mine here. I mean, her great-grandfathers buried at Freeman Lutheran Church or grandpa and grandma were buried up there were married and her folks were married and buried up there as well and that quite honestly we were married in buried there as well, or you're very not barren for me and Terry. Let's start all over there so actually the roots come from my right side just to be here. What keeps you in the variable, Charley other people to really good group of people that are here, Bob, and for that, we really appreciate it. It's the people and the environment because it's a great area. I mean, you know there's fish and there's hunting the senior years. Good even crop in Ferryville but you spent your erasure children here you live here you got a farm here wife, Ferryville, Wisconsin. He could live anywhere. Wife's roots of course are from here but the people Bob and the people of This year. It's a great network of people and that the scenery is good and the environment. We see a lot of different people come to this area that want to come and see what this is all about it at 176 people. According to the sign that may change. Who knows, but being a small town is there huge draw for people for being a small town ever been here how many opening weekends. It's been just wild you know with people that are here Bob so I yeah there's a lot of draw the fishing the Eagles lot of people draw here is the drawing of raising your daughter here and for the schools are good when my daughter was young. The Prairie view schools out in the middle of the country between Ferryville and DeSoto up on the hills and it's a good group of people again. I got to say about it because it's the truth. It's a network of people that raise these kids, I'm on the road in sales Bob somebody had to do it and she turned out to be valedictorian so I got a given complement. check for the first time came to Ferryville, you know you're courting Christie what were your thoughts of you know, Ferryville, Wisconsin. I keep coming back to about the network of people you know that there's a group of people here that are different then in a lot of areas. Click start the clicks and Ferryville Bob because people. It's such a melted pot of people that have come here and been able to adapt your because of 170 some people's all in the community. People welcomed into the community. See start to see people and you start to know people and you got involved in the church and you got involved in coming downtown have a few beers and knowing the people and the people that couldn't wait to be here on weekends. Bob from their jobs. Whether they were in Chicago or they were in Milwaukee or they worked in Janesville. They couldn't wait to be here in Ferryville so anyway yeah very well spent. Been a great run. Keep bringing up people. Charley and I agree the people in Ferryville are fantastic and the size of the hundred and 76 but I mean it's more than the 176 people communities. Another big word and another cool thing and you know we touched on it a minute ago. Tell me about the tractor pull. So the tractor pull started years ago, long before I was part of Ferryville and my father-in-law was involved in a lot at that point in the Gilman's and a lot of the farms in this area, but even back then, but they do farms from all over coming to be part of the tractor pulls you know you hear people talking about from being over by musket alien blue River and way down and I will come in over here to be part of the tractor pulls back in those days. And of course, it went away for a while. But guess what it's like a lot of things in the soul river. The river changes and so the community changed again and so different people came back and wanted to be part of them. Tractor pulls you mentioned the river and if you bench you know you mentioned people you mentioned the tractor pull and one of the big draws for a lot of people is the river what your thoughts on the Mississippi River. I come from the world of industry and commercial and agriculture. It's it's the reason we have so much strong cash drain in this area. That's why our fertilizers are able to be at a more affordable price. Because of what we can do coming off the river with product versus trucking. It all in and in being in a lot of those areas but it's also the recreation thing about how many people's lives have changed so that not a pontoon boat, drinking a few drinks on a Sunday afternoon with your best friends. People don't forget that stuff Bob know they really don't you deal with a lot of the local people that are farmers and that you know that are that the backbone of our community. There was a lot of tobacco raised here in the day you know and insert tobacco was a big cash crop and a lot of Norwegian heritage. When you get up in the hills around outside of Ferryville. Here, the Lutheran Church, the Freeman Lutheran Church got a strong heritage that way. So me and coming to the ferry to tell me a story about why would want to come here and stay here yet so for Milwaukee are only 3 1/2 hours so it isn't like it's a three day run to come out here and be part of this when you get here you can see some of the prettiest areas that you'll see just comparable to the Black Hills. People want to go to the Black Hills to look at the hills, nice hills out in the Black Hills but they don't have the river as we got here. Do they Bob know they really don't and 3 miles across your one of the widest spots in the in on the in the river right here in favor Wisconsin? He looks out there and I mean it it it's an amazing view. So I was blessed. Looking back on it now that that farm up on the ridge right beside us turned in Eagle Mountain. We got discovered Bob and so went once we got discovered and people started to buy land here and become part of the community. It was like they wanted to stay a part of that was really because of the people that were here and nationally that Them here. It introduced a minute and brought them into the area when we moved that Eagle Mountain was nothing but a farm called the lower place and it was that there was a set of buildings there in a tobacco shed and they burnt the whole thing. They started building roads. They started making views of the river and we met so many unique people that have come here to be part of the community to tell you a story about that that was really interesting so years ago, Christie, Ruben and me. We had tobacco right along the road there and the guy stopped and he built a new house out here. He was a long searching in Chicago and he said I want to stop and I want. I'd love to buy three beliefs tobacco I can have them what you do in a long searching and I want to show people what kills him. Got three big leaves that tobacco and took it back to us back to his office and he always told us he had him in his office and said we raise this back were I I I have a house that we raise it. He wasn't raising it, but he was part of the community. So use we Bob what your favorite story about Fernando. I think one of the things that's one of my favorite stories is actually been part of the celebrations of life with no cone funerals anymore Bob for a couple of really neat people over the years Tom Tower who is a big part of Ferryville and he loved very well. He loved the community, Wilbur Dinger was an old guy that used to be downtown near a lot. That was a great part of the community that they like the community they had a passion and they're all resting here now and so we're part of their life and be part of celebrating their heritage year. So, when push comes to shove, this is where I want to be.
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  • Jeff's Tractors - Informational Podcast

    7 SEP. 2021 · Jeff's Tractors, LLC 12011 Hwy 61 Fennimore, WI 53809 608-988-6182 Jeff's Tractors https://www.jeffstractorsllc.com/ Tractor House https://www.tractorhouse.com/dealer-directory/jeffs-tractors/listings/farm-equipment/for-sale/list?PCID=2939125&SCF=True Fall Consignment Sale Sept 17, 2021 Time 9:00 a.m. Fall Tractor & Machinery Consignment Sale
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  • E12 HealthFirst - TOP Program

    7 SEP. 2021 · E11-HealthFirst - Breastfeeding Podcast For Hire E11-HealthFirst - Breastfeeding INFO HealhFirst Network 216 South 3rd Avenue Wausau, WI 54401 (800) 246-5743 Transcription for SEO purposes only Justine is a public relations and education specialist for health first network in Wausau, Wisconsin, as well as in other counties in North Central Wisconsin, what programs you guys are working on her with a program to do it is between outreach program or top what is Topl about top is a great program that we currently have implemented into the six grade curriculum at Adams Friendship area school district that we go in for one hour each week with different groups of students and we are able to provide curriculum lessons and then in addition to that we do a community service learning component that is part of this curriculum as well. Top is an evidence-based curriculum. There are different components to an indifferent fidelity requirements to make sure that this program is working to the best of its ability where some of the effects of the top program. The top program is really great for the students. There is a community service learning component so and that they are building ties to their community and we found that through doing that these students feel more of a responsibility to their community by having that tie, they are less likely to engage in behavior that is detrimental to their community. In addition to that the curriculum has three different components to it. So there is a connecting with others component of building my skills and learning about myself, so through those three different areas that are able to as it sounds, build their skills so there are things such as relieving stress and emotional intelligence. There is a social emotional learning component to this. So there are so many things that are going into this so that the students are able to learn about themselves connect with others connect with their community. So by building all these things we are scaffolding and building these students up to create self-confidence and by doing that it really has long-term positive effects on their health and on all the different realms of their health. So, not just health and the way often we think about it a physical health but there is an emotional health is a social health and so on and so forth that comes with this curriculum are the ties we made to the community. The tither being made to the community through community service learning which is a component of the top program or teen outreach program so community service learning projects could include a wide variety of things we often do projects with the students within the classroom. Since we are part of the school day where we may be. Create letters that we send then to an assisted living home or we have created things such as fleece blankets that we've donated to the assisted living home down there. We have created dog treats cat toys for humane societies. There's a lot of different ways that this can go. But as long as we have that tie to the community and something that can benefit the community members as the main thing that were looking for and then as part of that. We want the students to feel the glow and that comes right from the Wyman or top curriculum. And that's the big piece of it. So with the community service learning project. Those students are choosing what they want to do so. This isn't something that we tell them that you're gonna be doing this project or that project. It's something that they have a tie into and that they have communicated that they would like to do and that helps them really build that tie versus being told what to do because as we know that usually doesn't work with students or anybody. Anybody that that matter
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