Monday, August 26, 2013

Last Day Of MLK

One of the biggest things that stuck me today was speaker Dana Barros. I really connected with what he was saying when he was talking about his childhood; all I kept thinking about was me.  Growing up basketball was life to me but I guess I didn't follow my passion like I should have.  But that's something I learned to do from this day one is to take my dreams serious.  It's only right because like he said it's 10 times harder for people who come from a neighborhood like us to get a great job or get into a good school that's why its important to me to take such great opportunities like working for Save The Harbor and being a MLK Summer Scholar.  I'm also grateful to have people and individuals from my community like Dana Barros to look up to. I just want to say thanks to MLK, Save The Harbor and John Hancock for everything this summer.   I really enjoyed and had a lot of fun and I look forward to coming back next summer!

Live, Laugh, Love,

Mark Rose

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