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Hi, in this October 2017 issue: Project 709 | No Fear Cafe | How REACH Changed Me | From the REACHers
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Project 709 Updates

Join Tim Dayton every Monday and the third Saturday of every month from 9:30-3 for a work day at 709! You can do your part to help us finish Project 709! 

709 has already gone through a dramatic transformation and we are excited to see the end results! 
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The No Fear Cafe is open! REACH has partnered with FCC and A Taste of Jamaica. The No Fear Café is a safe place where ideas are shared, exchanged and born, a place to share personal stories, a place of connection and engagement, a movement toward community. Join us every Tuesday and Thursday from 12- 2 for international cuisine. 
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How REACH Changed Me

"Changing from a REACHer to an intern was difficult. Being the hardworker I am, it posed as a challenge for me since I had to sacrifice my work for others. However, it's given me a positive outlook for the future since there are so many other groups like my youth group that are willing and even prepared to serve until they drop, and it makes me excited that generations are still here to make a change in the world. Though the week had its ups and downs, it taught me that teamwork and cooperation are key in making anything function successfully. All in all, being a junior intern has affected my view on this generation and has taught me tips and tricks on how to cooperate as a unit, as well as gave me a good inside look on what happens behind the scenes." - Michael Staley 

From the REACHers

"REACH builds important relationships to help them prepare for the week. It gives better access to the community. REACH has such great relationships that the team gets to do more service and service that they wouldn’t have other places. The work REACH does is really valued in the community."
One of her favorite things is watching the change that the youth go through. She loves watching how they fall in love with service and their change over the week and over the years. They connect with loving actions. She also loves watching shy kids come out of their shells and get excited about the service they are doing.
"Lots of mission teams that go to different places go for the week to be in an area they want. Coming back to REACH allows them to be able to see the impact they had last time." Bobby likes coming back to see how Roanoke has grown and changed and how their service is providing visible change.
Smitty brought a group here REACH’s first year because of his relationship with Tim. He quickly found that Tim is good on his word. YES continuously comes back because they know they can count on Tim to make their week the best that he can. They do service weeks all over the East Coast. They bring their own tools, cook, and donation money to the projects. They really trust that Tim will make sure their week provides great impacts.
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