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Who I’d like to meet, maybe in this life, or ‘another life when we’re both cats…”

11 Mar

Anyone who goes against the wind, pushes the envelope, and doesn’t stop believing. Anyone willing to go where no man has gone before and isn’t afraid to go down the road less traveled or create their own road.
People interested in a Connect Four Tournament or just playing a game of connect 4….. Anyone who goes against the wind, pushes the envelope, and doesn’t stop believing. Anyone willing to go where no man has gone before and isn’t afraid to go down the road less traveled or create their own road. People who aren’t working for the weekend and can rock the casbah. Anyone that can jump in the ring, and keep bouncing back regardless of how many times they are knocked out. And lastly, the most sought after people that I dream of meeting, are those who don’t go to sleep to dream. For they spend every waking moment in a dream, chasing after falling stars, seizing every minute of existence with the passion our lives deserve. They are the unforgettable gems, “who walk into our lives, and leave footprints on our heart.”
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2003 St. Scholastica Academy Centennial Groundbreaking Speech (Transcript)

25 Jul

Delivered to audience of 600+ high school students, public officials & alumni during 100 year anniversary ground breaking ceremony of St Scholastica Academy – Melissa Rae Bennett – student body president 2002-2003

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Today is a day that will be marked forever in St. Scholastica’s history.
It is a day of new beginnings and a day to remember those who trace back one hundred years. At St. Scholastica we are not just here to get an education, we are here to be a part of the tradition. We all wear that tradition every time we put on our uniforms, every time we step onto campus, and every time we share in the sisterhood of our school.  As we break ground today,
Transcript of Melissa R. Bennett’s Groundbreaking Speech
Given at SSA in 2003

Today is a day that will be marked forever in St. Scholastica’s history.
It is a day of new beginnings and a day to remember those who trace back one hundred years. At St. Scholastica we are not just here to get an education, we are here to be a part of the tradition. We all wear that tradition every time we put on our uniforms, every time we step onto campus, and every time we share in the sisterhood of our school.  As we break ground today, we begin to build another part of that tradition. We begin to form a pathway in the future of our school. We will all look back years from now, and tell our children that we were part of that groundbreaking. We will tell them how we walked through
the entrance as a graduating class and how it made a difference in our school’s appearance. As we approach our centennial celebration let us all look towards the future of our school with excitement. Let us all leave our legacies as the classes of today, for the ones of tomorrow. Let us give back everything SSA has given to us, by showing support for the centennial fund.  A wise man once said “What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” Let us all take the history that lies behind us, and the developments that lie before us so that we may all make this centennial year part of the spirit that will forever lie within us.

Thank you.

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Copyright 2003-2012 Melissa Rae Bennett