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Adrian Gil Block 3 Ch. 8 Reflection Chapter eight from the book The Call of Service by Robert Coles talks about the consequences of volunteer work. He explains how some people are forever affected by the service they did while others seem to just drop the whole idea. The service that I did for the San Diego Downtown Library will most likely not affect my entire life. However, it has taught me a couple of things and the service I did for Ms. Boquerin’s class has definitely had an impact on me. I incredibly enjoyed working with students and helping them out and will most likely do something similar in college. Working in the downtown library started off as an incredibly boring experience. All we did was take inventory, look for missing books, and clean old books. It seemed more like child labor as opposed to community service, but we eventually moved on to a better project. When we realized that there was a children’s room in the library we offered the librarian to paint a mural for her. We figured we could make a mural that would influence kids to pick up a book
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