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Ron_W4A4 Final Cause and Effect Paragraph The reasons I volunteer I enjoy teaching kids how to play basketball and baseball. I have two basketball teams; the ages of my teams are 6-8 and 9-11. The baseball team that I coach is coach pitch that is where I get to pitch to the kids. The age group for this group of kids is from 6-8. I really enjoy coaching because for one I get to spend one on one time with my youngest son. He loves for me to teach him new things. Kids at this age love to learn and they never want to see you disappointed. The more that you encourage them the better they do. For instant this year we didn’t even win a single game but all of the children felt that they did their best and we praised them for that. We as coaches told them that the game wasn’t about winning all the time. The same principles apply to baseball also even though we did win quite a few games. I guess I just remember my dad taking time out of his schedule to spend time with me as a child and I want to
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Unformatted text preview: do the same for my boys. This is the most rewarding thing a parent can do with his sons. Ron_W4A4 Illustration Essay A memorable friend that I had was, Phillip Dodd. He was my best friend from elementary school until the day he died; he was only 26 years old when he passed away. One of my most memorable memories of Phillip and I was, that when we was in the 10 th grade we went camping for a whole week (during spring break) about a mile from my house. We would set up a whole camping site with a couple of our friends. One night in particular we was playing hide and go seek in the dark. My father decided to come and check on us boys. My dad hid up in a tree (in the dark) and he scared the living daylights out of Phillip. Phillip was the first on back to the house without a flashlight and we finally found him in the bathroom closet hiding. I think he crapped in his pants....
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