Emily, 9 years old: read about her experiences and dreams this summer

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Describe your favorite memory at Carver.

“My favorite memory at Carver is when we went to Monster Minigolf because we got this card and we could use that card to play any game we wanted.”

Who is your role model?

"My role model is my cousin. Every time that we come to Carver, her mom has to stay at work late, and we're always happy here. We always pray that she can come to my house after Carver."

What do you want to be when you grow up?

“I want to be a scientist. I want to make a little potion with some chemicals, and I want to see if I can make a new drink that people can enjoy. I realized I wanted to be a scientist in first grade when we made slime out of glue and shaving cream. Hopefully we will make slime at Carver."

What is your biggest dream?

"To have the biggest house in the whole wide world. I would play hide and seek in it but I wouldn't be able to find anyone because it would be so big."

Describe an accomplishment that you’re proud of.

"I'm proud of actually learning to ride a bike. At first, my cousin and my dad, they helped me take off my training wheels. Then my cousin, his name is Ernesto, helped me learn on the grass, and then he let me go on the street. I felt like a professional bike-rider."

Describe Carver to someone who doesn’t know what it is.

“Carver is really fun because we go on field trips. You do a lot of science here too. It's awesome! If any other children come to Carver, you'll be lucky, because this whole summer camp is going to be really fun.”

Jim Schaffer