I'll only use what's mine, I've been saving for a while
I still have hills to climb, before I hit that wall
No matter how much time I buy, I can never spend it all
--Clint Black, "Spend My Time"
I am Greg, and I hail from Nashua, a decent sized city in southern New Hampshire. I graduated from Nashua Senior High School in 2003, and I am now attending New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord. I was on the Nashua FIRST Robotics Team #151 for three years while I was in high school. I have now moved on, and I am mentoring Team #134, Pembroke Academy. Mentoring Pembroke Academy at the BAE Regional in 2004, was one of the greatest things I have done yet. Being on the other end of FIRST has been an awesome experience for me. In 2002 I became a camp counselor, and continuing on into the 2003 season, I climbed the ranks in the BB Gun staff at Camp Carpenter. I have been asked to be the range director for the 2004 camp season. In 2003, I received Eagle Scout, and it was a glorious way to end my 8+ years as a Boy Scout.
I'm Ashley, and was born March 7, 1985 to my parents Robert and Cathy. I grew up in a small farming community in Pennsylvania just south of the New York State border. I graduated from Towanda High School in 2003, and I am currently a student at Penn State University. For fourteen years, I took dancing lessons in many various styles, and the highlight of my dancing career was kicking off National Dance Week in New York City with a performance at Lincoln Center. I have been involved in the Arts various different ways including six years of piano lessons, and eight years playing the flute in marching, concert, and musical pit band. In 2003, I did one big final show with the award winning band, when we were invited to perform for Pennsylvania’s Governors’ Inauguration. I was a member of my high school rifle team being the first female in THS history to place in the top three in competition, and I am ranked as a NRA sharpshooter. I am a Lifetime Member of Girl Scouts, and I received my Silver Award in 2000. I was a member of the Student Council for eight years, and graduated from the Prudential Youth Leadership Institute in 1999. I was an avid soccer player for eleven years, including several years on a year round travel team in indoor and summer tournaments; additionally I played two years on our high school team. I was a member of the FIRST Robotics Team # 84 WATTNESS, and throughout my two years on the driver team, we captured numerous awards including 2002 MidAtlantic #1 Seed, Finalist, Leadership In Controls, and 2002 Ramp Riot Champions.
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