Two eighth grade students have written a song to save the planet. The song is titled “Do You Want to Save the Planet?”, and the lyrics were written to the tune of “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” from Disney's 3D-animated movie “Frozen”. This is the project that eighth-graders Lilly Larson and her friend Alisandra Lake took up, with Lilly writing the lyrics and Allison singing it.

And the general opinion is that, if you don't feel like helping the planet yet, you will after you listen to this song!

Tanana Students Love 'Green' – 250 Words about Customized Totes

A student of Tanana Middle School, Lilly Larson took up this task as part of her English class. The class was doing a “Project Citizen” on using canvas bags instead of paper bags or plastic bags. And Lilly chose to write a song as part of the project to encourage people to use reusable bags.

Lilly Larson mentioned that she chose the song “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” not only because the movie “Frozen” was incredibly popular and well-known, but because it was her favorite song from the movie as well. She stated that it took up to two classes to finish writing the lyrics and that it took her a week to work on the rhythm. Lilly's friend, Alisandra Lake was the one who sang it.

The English class in question consisted of twenty-four students, nine of them made up Lilly Larson's group. The students were working to find ways that would help the environment. And finally, they decided on the theme of replacing plastic bags with reusable bags as it seemed all of them had seen the clutter caused by plastic bags and how animals often mistook plastic bags for food.

The students have even set up a Facebook page to promote customized totes. Their aim and hope were to reduce the massive use of plastic bags by encouraging people to bring along canvas bags for use instead. Lilly Larson remarked that she hoped the song would work to remind people to carry such reusable bags and avoid plastic bags.

A Nine-Course Dinner and Scholarship

Priced at 100 dollars per ticket (and 750 dollars for eight tickets), the University of Alaska Fairbanks Community and Technical College Culinary Arts and Hospitality program hosted its twenty-seventh yearly scholarship dinner in the month of April 2014.

The nine-course dinner event is known for raising scholarship money for students enrolled in the cuisine programs and the program itself is engaging to pursue industry accreditation.

Youngsters Prefer Stylish, Trendy Customized Totes

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Carrying a tote now is an in-thing because of how easily they can be customized. In fact, customized totes have even become a trendy fashion statement. Youngsters especially, who love expressing their own unique styles with everything they own, will find customized totes an essential accessory.