Transcript: Ice Cream Social What it will take It will just take your time. Money depends on what you're bringing. We didn't waste much money except for toppings and they had a lot of leftover ice cream, so we didn't pay for the ice cream. No problem. It helped them because they were so greatful that we brought ice cream and it gave them a way to interact with each other. Volunteering Ice Cream Social We can all get together and bring our own ice cream or depending on what you decide to bring. They will be called down from floors and they will join you in the kitchen. The Project By: Perla, Edith and Morgen The Problem The Solution The Plan We each asked the visitors what kind of ice cream flavor did they want and if they would want sprinkles or syrup to go along with it. "Be of service. Whether you make yourself available to a friend or co-worker, or you make time every month to do volunteer work, there is nothing that harvests more of a feeling of empowerment than being of service to someone in need." -Gillian Anderson
Transcript: Activities for Middle School Members Creative Great for a fall activity Great way to get involved Get to know artistic members Great Spring/ Summer Activity Teamwork Cooperation Team-Building Increases particaption Door Stop Decorating Greenway Clean-Up Mario Kart Wii Dangers of Texting While Driving Safety Responsibility Interactive Can be implemented for ALL members Ice Cream Social Creative Staff Appreciation Great way to advocate for FFA Gets members involved in school community Back to School Delicious Great for busy members Great way to: Learn about the FFA Meet new members Spend time with fellow members Bubble Soccer A Wii Bit of Fun Easy access Great way to clean up the comminity Introduces the importance of service Similar to Highway Clean-Up Pumpkin Decorating
Transcript: Jenga War 2-6 Players or Egyptian Rats 3-6 Players Roll the Dice..... What ever number u roll you will sit with that person or group # I will pass out a worksheet. You will have a contest on who will finish first. First person to finish does not have to help clean at the end of the camp. 2nd place....trash 3rd place......organize (games, desk, etc....) 4th and on......sweep and or help Staci with putting things away. Ice Breaker and Rules! This helps build vocabulary (English word) for Points..... I only have one Korean/ English dictionary but if you need help you may use your phone. The more points you have after all letters are played you are the winner. This game is for 2-4 Players Game Choices..... What is it???? Scrabble Ice Cream Social! 2015 You can have 2-7 players.....maybe more. It is when people gather to play different games for a few hours..... They then take a break and make Ice cream sundaes and talk (Socialize) You have 2 choices... 1.Use the Rolling Dice to Pull the Number block. 2. Not use the numbers but just play a number game. Use the dice to see who will go 1st, 2nd, 3rd and so on..and be sure to remember your order. Players : 2-10 People Winner: 1st person with no cards. Must match Color or Number to place a card down. You MUST SAY....UNO when you only have 1 card Left! If someone says it before you then you have to draw 4 cards. If someone put a +2 you must draw to but if there was a +2 and another is placed so... +2 and +2 = 4 cards same goes with +4 cards.... +4 and +4 =8cards
Transcript: $4 Heavy Cream (32 fl oz): $5.69 Resources The Ice Battle $4.69 Reddi Wip - 3 pack (15 oz. per can) Milk Chocolate Chips (24 oz): $4.69 Teams must create their own ice cream flavor with the given materials Rules Foam Cups (45) $1 Teams raise money for the American Cancer Society for cancer research & treatment. Money raised from The Ice Battle will be donated through Relay For Life to the ACS. Chopped Reese's Peanut Butter Cups (19 oz.): $5 Shirt Design About $4.79 Ice Cream (1/2 gallon) Sprinkles Rainbow (11 oz.) Winner will recieve a $25 Visa gift card Criteria: all gallon recipes start with: - 2 qts. half and half cream - 1/2 pint heavy cream - 1 1/2 cups of sugar - 4 teaspoons of vanilla extract - 1 pinch of salt Half & Half (64 oz.): $5.29 Relay For Life Teams are split by grade (freshman, juniors, etc.) 5 students from each grade will represent their class Competition by Dolch Systems and Engineering Sugar (5 lb.): $4 $8.98 Chocolate Syrup (48 oz.) Vanilla Extract (16 fl oz): $10.40 M&M's (42 oz): $9 Ice Cream / Toppings Corn hole Ring toss Karaoke Kan Jam Volleyball Movie Challenge: Create a new and creative ice cream flavor. Also must have sample batch and ice cream product name. Plain t-shirt The 5 students from each grade level competing will recieve a shirt. Salt (26 oz.): $0.89 Activities jcpenney.com walmart.com stopandshop.com relayforlife.org michaels.com dollartree.com Event to socialize with other students Relay For Life fundraiser tied in Make your own ice cream competition Tickets: $5 Tools: measurement cups, teaspoons, gallon ice cream maker Survey Ice cream makers: $ 30 each Plastic Spoons (40) $1 Napkins (160) $1 Oreos (20 oz): $4.50 $3
Transcript: Ice Cream Social Feedback Thank YOU for attending Open to suggestions, comments, any feedback! Social Gathering and Info Session Survey Please pull out your phones and scan the QR code Welcome What is my Reason What I Envision To develop a relationship with my peers To network with other black-identified students and foster community To create a safe-environment for black identified students To become a resource for Neuroscience and Psychology opportunities Be able to bring minority guest speakers to come and discuss their work and their views about their field A place to come together and develop a relationship Be able to rely on each other for research and academic help
Transcript: ELEMENTS BRAINSTORM MEMBERS: * MENDOZA ESPINOZA, LADY * OTORI, JAIME * PUMA MAMANI, YANET LIZ * YUPANQUI TUCTO, LAWRENCE STRUWAY Write the primary idea of the mind map in the center. Use different color notes to differentiate between topics. Use lines and arrows to create branches that connect ideas to each other. Brainstorm ice cream social INGREDIENTS: *Chocolate mold. S/. 2.00 *lollipop sticks. S/. 1.00 *Bitter chocolate. S/. 4.50 *Milk Bitter. S/. 3.80 *Dyes chocolates. S/. 3.00 *Ice Cream. S/. 10.00 ______ TOTAL S/. 24.30 copy and paste as needed and take advantage of an infinite canvas! "Mind Mapping" Method DESCRIPTION: We focus on the summer season so choose to do "social ice cream" Ice cream social is made of bitter chocolate that has a unique flavor , is an accessible and affordable to the general public product. Ice cream social will succeed for its delicious taste and price.
Transcript: Gator's Dockside Fundraiser When: 11-22-13 Where: 5142 Dr. Phillips Blvd.Orlando, FL 32819 Relay for Life When: April 13-14 Where: Palm Lake Elementary Best Buddies Prom When: March 15th President Erin Taylor Vice President Sara Lacey Secretary Hannah Brown Treasurer Jaselle Manikowski Historian Ethan Tarantello Enjoy the.... Best Buddies Mission To establish a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. ICE CREAM SOCIAL!!! Ms. Toner Club Members Peer Members Buddy Members Associate Members What is Best Buddies? Area Director Ms. Wisham Sponsors Upcoming Events Club Officers Brittney Lara
Transcript: Ancient flavored ices Chinese generally credited, 3000 BC Marco Polo credited for introduction to Italy Modern ice cream invented in Italy (17th century), spread through Europe via France "French-style" made with egg yolks "Philadelphia-style" made with finest ingredients, no eggs, only egg whites METHODS OF CREATION Nancy Johnson patented a hand-cranked freezer in 1846, establishing the basic method of ice cream making. Traditional method for cooling: -Ice packed with rock salt Roughly 20 minute process Ingredients: -1/2c. Half and Half -1T sugar -1/2t vanilla Mix ingredients in QT sized ziplock bag, place into gallon bag with ice and rock salt, shake and enjoy! http://www.foodtimeline.org/foodicecream.html http://inventors.about.com/od/foodrelatedinventions/a/ice_cream.htm http://www.wisegeek.org/how-does-an-ice-cream-maker-work.htm http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/lab/experiments/homemade-ice-cream-sick-science FROM THE BEGINNING MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH: Unknown inventor created the method of using ice and salt to lower the temperature of ice cream ingredients during making. Rock salt lowers freezing temps Colder 'environment' causes freezing of ingredients! You scream! I scream! We all scream for ice cream! Monday, February 17, 2014 $1.25 ICE CREAM PARLOR IN NEW YORK CITY! Sources used: LOOKING BACK IN TIME America's first ice cream parlor opening soon! Homemade Ice Cream - Made Easy! Vol XCIII, No. 311 ICE CREAM! ICE CREAM! Simple procedure, sweet reward!
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