Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in the summer Nick Lewy woke up early and went to work. His job wasn’t just any normal internship. He believes that it was more rewarding than any thing else he could have done. He worked as a counselor at the Clarkston SCAMP.
Clarkston SCAMP has been a rewarding job for students for a long time now. SCAMP is a five-week program developed and designed for special needs children and young adults. This program provides the opportunity for young people hired as aides to get a rich and rewarding experience. SCAMP supports students with a wide range of special needs including autism spectrum disorders, physical disabilities, and cognitive and emotional impairment.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Every year for right around 30 years people from all around the world to come watch high performance rally cars drive through the snow in Atlanta Michigan. This event has grown a lot in the past few years with the addition of more popular enthusiast of the sport such as Travis Pastrana and Dave Mirra.
This year Evan Cline and his racing team from Detroit join the fierce competition of the SP class of rally cars. The SP class is all of the higher performance cars. His team is hoping for the rookie of the year award in the Rally America Series of races, but the obstacles he will face in a new car become apparent in the first race of the season since he changed cars.
We will have to wait and see if Evan Cline will become the rookie of the year as the 2009 season of Rally America begins.