Monday, November 7, 2016

Jordan Lane: Artisans Reflection and Knights and Setons bonding

Throughout my high school years I worked closely with a group of mentally disabled children at school, and since leaving high school have really missed being apart of this type of service. I am so thankful that our club Setons and Knights get to work with a similar group of people. Though I have only met with with Mary, my mentee at Artisans twice, she has already brought me so much joy. The first time we met, we discussed her interests and what she hopes to do with me this year. She asked me if we could bake together, which is one of my favorite hobbies, and then preceded to show me her favorite recipes. This past week I was asked if I would like to take Mary to “Disney on Ice.” We had a great time together and it was a joy to see how much she enjoyed the show and all it had to offer.
This past week our club celebrated Halloween a little early by hosting a costume party. We had a great night, showing off our sibling costumes, and playing games. My favorite activity was simply watching the doughnut eating relay. Teams of four inhaled their doughnuts as quickly as possible with everyone chanting and cheering them on. It was very impressive! The Knights and Setons is a fun loving group, and I can’t wait to see where this year takes us!

-Jordan Lane
Seton of Gonzaga

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