Julie Werntz Bresson fundraising for Chesapeake Bay For Kids

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Julie Werntz Bresson

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Chesapeake Bay For Kids

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Karen is an amazing person whom I am fortunate to call my friend!  She has taken on the task of raising funds for the 6th grade class at the school where I teach to attend Chesapeake Bay Foundation field trips next year.  This is a huge help to our kids as they don't always have the opportunities afforded to a lot of us.  They don't have a relationship with the Chesapeake Bay as many of our children do. I appreciate her efforts and hope that you are able to give a little to support this worthy cause.  Thanks. Julie

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About Chesapeake Bay For Kids

TOGETHER WE CAN SAVE THE BAY!

There are children that don't yet have the knowledge for understanding the importance of their responsibility to the Chesapeake Bay.  A lot of them have never even seen or been around the water!  There is a a whole underwater world that these children have not yet experienced!

Out of a strong desire to provide a hands on learning experience to a 6th grade class at Meade Middle School by their teachers, a project has been created to raise awareness for these children on the importance of Chesapeake Bay conservation.  This program is geared to educate them on the benefits and safety of the water as well. 

The Chespapeake Bay for Kids project will be a two part event.  In Feb. 2012, 90 students will travel to the Maryland Sciece Center for the day.  First, they will explore the Blue Crab Exhibit.  Along the way they will meet live blue crabs in all life stages and diamondback terrapins.  They will learn about crab mating, molting and anatomy.  They will also be able to follow the path of the blue crab in its life journey through the Chesapeake Bay.  In addition to this, each student will attend a 45 minute class called "Solar Power".  They will warm up to renewable energy and explore the applications of solar power.  Through dynamic demonstrations and a hands-on photovoltaic activity, students will be enlightened to how the sun's rays can generate both heat and electricity.  

Part two will take approximately 220 children over a two day period to participate in some of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation programs in the fall.  They will travel to places such as the Arthur Sherwood Study Center, the Baltimore Harbor Study Center and the Merrill Center Education Program.  Experiences will include studies such as water quality testing, dredging for oysters, investigating enviornmental issues and trends and studying the ecosystem's biodiversity as they climb aboard a boat or canoe.

The possibilities for the children are that they will have a new appreciation for the bay and enviornmental concerns that they will teach their friends and family what they have learned and the word will spread, that they may develop hobbies or even careers related to the water and that the clean up efforts will be under control.

The volunteers and donors will raise awareness of Chesapeake Bay conservation and get to be part of giving underprivlidged children an otherwise unrealized chance to learn about the water. 

The goal of this project is that it will be offered to every incoming 6th grade class at Meade Middle School each year.

If you would like to make a difference for these children and have a lasting affect on future generations please donate to our cause.  www.chesapeakebayforkids.org

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