September Rain Ends Drought<br />By: Kenny, Ashley, Jae and Sunmin<br />One drop of rain.<br />That one drop of rain was t...
On September 22, 2011, rain fell for the first time in a month. Early in the morning, the ambassador of Semiahmoo Park wit...
The drought lasted for a month prior to the heavy rainfall. Many plants in the area did not receive enough water for an el...
“I was horrified when I took a stroll in the local park one morning”, says Ashley, a resident of a nearby neighbourhood. <...
Ashley examines the damage done by the drought.<br />“I pray that all the trees, the plants, and the grass return to their...
Ambassador Jae of Semiahmoo Park is now looking forward to the revival of the plants.<br />“This recent rainfall gives us ...
The workers of Semiahmoo Park  Centre are now more motivated than ever to restore the park to its original beauty.<br />
But that’s not all. Not only are the workers taking action, but also plenty of volunteers are working just as hard to keep...
This new exhibition in Semiahmoo Park Centre reminds everyone of the drought that nearly destroyed the park. It also remin...
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September Rain Ends Drought powerpoint

  1. 1. September Rain Ends Drought<br />By: Kenny, Ashley, Jae and Sunmin<br />One drop of rain.<br />That one drop of rain was the first step for the revival of Semiahmoo Park.<br />
  2. 2. On September 22, 2011, rain fell for the first time in a month. Early in the morning, the ambassador of Semiahmoo Park witnessed the event. According to weather reports, the rain was unexpected.<br />
  3. 3. The drought lasted for a month prior to the heavy rainfall. Many plants in the area did not receive enough water for an elongated period of time; many became malnourished and died.<br />
  4. 4. “I was horrified when I took a stroll in the local park one morning”, says Ashley, a resident of a nearby neighbourhood. <br />“The plants were all dead, and everywhere the grass was yellow and dry.”<br />
  5. 5. Ashley examines the damage done by the drought.<br />“I pray that all the trees, the plants, and the grass return to their original green colour.”<br />
  6. 6. Ambassador Jae of Semiahmoo Park is now looking forward to the revival of the plants.<br />“This recent rainfall gives us hope that not only the plants, but also the animals inhabiting the park can slowly recover.”<br />
  7. 7. The workers of Semiahmoo Park Centre are now more motivated than ever to restore the park to its original beauty.<br />
  8. 8. But that’s not all. Not only are the workers taking action, but also plenty of volunteers are working just as hard to keep the park up and running.<br />
  9. 9. This new exhibition in Semiahmoo Park Centre reminds everyone of the drought that nearly destroyed the park. It also reminds people of the importance of plants in our daily lives.<br />

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