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Unformatted text preview: matter of pride that kept families enthusiastic about having a clean safe community. It was this pride that created a sense of community, but over the years the marble landmarks began to tarnish, and weeds sprung up from the sidewalk. Nature began to reclaim the city, and turn it back to its primal state. Along with it, it seemed the people turned to a primal state as violence and crime started to increase. The community that had been so proud of their town now seemed to no longer care. In regards to the first example: How can involvement in sports and/or extracurricular activities improve one’s life? How do sports influence one’s character? Why should we get involved? What is it about sports that gives us a sense of community?...
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- Spring '09
- Turn, Community building, Todd family cemetery, marble row homes