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Monday, August 30, 2010

Two new blogs swell Plainfield blogger ranks


Nat Singleton's blog debuts today.

Two new blogs join the Plainfield blogosphere today: Nat Singleton, prompted by Jerry Green's misinformation, is blogging back at Dumbed Down America, where his 'Welcome' post sets out the reasons he is blogging and his vision for the blog.



Vashon Hill's student blog joins the lineup today.

Vashon Hill, president of the Leadership Project, is blogging at A Student's Prospective, with a host of topics looking forward to the new school year. The Leadership Project, which is serving both Jefferson and Cook schools has a mission statement that includes --

The Leadership Project is an investment in the future of the Plainfield Public School District and it’s community. Its purpose is to broaden awareness and develop leadership skills in a select group of students, motivating them to become positive role models, active and committed to their community responsibilities.

"We are prepared to do whatever it takes to help our future students achieve high academic standards"
I hope you will find them both interesting, informative and another part of your essential daily Plainfield 'fix'.

This brings the total number of regular (and semi-regular) Plainfield bloggers to NINETEEN as far as I can tell. Can any other community of similar size boast so many?

Beginning tomorrow, both will be integrated into the daily updates on the CLIPS blog here.



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1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love, Love, Love Vashon's Blog!! He's such a great student. Don't forget he is the PRESIDENT of The Leadership Project.

They do alot of community stuff. That's great. I'm definitely a new reader to his blog now! :)