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Friday, October 15, 2010

Club Penguin Island comes to Real Life :)

This is a Message from Billybob:

Hello, penguins!

This month the team have prepared some super great news. Club Penguin will move to the real world in Santiago, Chile and Mexico City! The following skating rinks will be decorated in Club Penguin style:

• CeroGrado Parque Arauco (Santiago, Chile)
• Park CeroGrado Vespucio (Santiago de Chile)
• Ice rink Lomas Verdes (Mexico City)
• Ice Rink San Jerónimo (Mexico City)

There will also be playing! Moreover, as the surprises are some of your favorite stuff, I have prepared a number of them! Mmm ... but at this point I can not reveal more.
And for those who do not live in those cities, not to worry! With the team we are working to bring the fun everywhere. 

FUN FUN FUN :)As you may know, October is the month in which we celebrate children's day-and we wanted to offer a special surprise for you. From 9 to 19 October, we will have a special event in Shopping Eldorado, in São Paulo. And you are all invited!

In Club Penguin, you can: play Club Penguin Game Day! on the Wii, pose for photos in the scenario of the island, show your artistic talent and read the books of Club Penguin.

Here's a sneak peek of what awaits you:

…what do you think about celebrating a month of children? We can't wait to know what you are thinking about this so let us know in the comments!

Saraapril :)

Until then...Waddle on! 

-Club Penguin Team


I think it is AWESOME that we can have Offline Real Life Club Penguin FUN :)

Club Penguin’s Ice Garden at Québec Winter Carnival 2011 :)

Sprouting Spectaculcus Tree with Fruits :)

Rockhopper’s Flowerpots Tree is now filled with Fruits again :) Lets try one…YUMMY :)

…Thanks to Caitiecat12 that told me about this Tree Update :)

See how Rockhopper’s Plants looked earlier Plantus Fantasticus is Growing Again :)

Blog Action Day 2010 – WATER :)

In the House I and my Family lives in I have many places where I can get Fresh Clean and Safe water to drink. I mostly use the water tap in the Kitchen when I am thirsty but I can get water from any of our two bathroom sinks and the Shower :) If I am outside and too lazy to go inside or too dusty…LOL…I can drink water from the sink in the garage and from the water tap in our Garden! This is something I and my Family often takes for granted and don’t think so much about BUT this easy access to clean water is a LUXURY that Nearly 1 billion people around the world don’t have! And the lack of access to clean water causes a litany of struggles, diseases and even death! Every week, nearly 38,000 children under the age of 5 die from unsafe drinking water and unhygienic living conditions! This makes me want to cry!Saraapril

What can be Done? 

Building wells and educate People about sanitation is a Good Start and some organizations do just that :)

If a Village Gets a Well. A likely scenario of improvements:

1. The walk for water that used to take everyone here three hours, now takes 15 minutes. And the water is safe to drink.

2. A hygiene worker teaches your village the importance of sanitation. Your community builds latrines and sets up hand washing stations.

3. You join the Water Committee to oversee your village’s new water source. As a woman, this is your first local leadership position.

4. You use the extra time and new water source to start a vegetable garden and feed your family. You sell your extra food at the market.

5. Your kids spend more time in school instead of waling for water. They graduate to become teachers, hygiene workers or business owners.

6. A nearby village learns how water transformed your community. They petition for a well in their village, and the cycle starts again.

...That is GREAT :)

Saraapril is HAPPY :)

How can you and I Help?

We can Donate :) Club Penguins Coins for Change that Rockhopper brings us in December lets ALL Penguins be a Part of Helping others :)

Saraapril Collect Coins TOGETHER with Rockhopper :)Rockhopper and Coins for Change 2009 Link Collection :) 


With that Money Club Penguin Global Citizenship program has helped Real People get SAFE water to Drink as you can see examples of here:

Kenya: Install a clean water source at the school :)

China: 3 new latrines and a clean water system :)

India: A clean water system and four latrines at the school. A watershed will also be developed to help the residents with farming :)

Ecuador: Clean water source for the entire community of 500 people in an isolated village :)

AND we can DONATE Money to Organizational like :) Right now they help people in three main geographic areas: Africa, Asia, and Central America :)

You don’t have to be rich or a grown up to help. And you don’t have to give 100 and 1000 of dollars…Small amounts of money like five dollars can be donated too :)

What your Gift can do:

Here are some examples:

$25 brings one person safe drinking water for life :)

$200 provides a household water tap and toilet to a family in Honduras :)

$1,000 provides public water points and latrines to a village of 400 in Bangladesh :)

$5,000 constructs a spring protection system for a village in Ethiopia :)

Find more information about Water at Blog Action Day 2010 Home Page :)

…TOGETHER we can make a Difference!

TOGETHER we can make a Different :)

Blog Action Day 2009 – What have you done Sensei?

Saraapril’s Blog Action Day VIDEO and Blog Action Day 2008

Janine Roth of Kelowna, B.C. Volunteer of the Year :)

CONGRATS to Janine Roth of Kelowna, B.C. you are named as Volunteer of the Year by Disney Online Studios! AND you got to go to a trip to Kenya :) That is AWESOME! I think it is cool that Janine both are an employee of Club Penguin and a volunteer in Kelowna :)

THANKS for ALL your Hard Work :)

THANKS for ALL your Hard Work :)

"I love the holistic approach to humanitarian aid," said Roth, after returning from her 12-day tour of Kenya during the summer.

With a group from Free the Children, Roth toured schools that had been build in southwest Kenya. She met many people; saw alternative income projects; helped with things such as bead work; visited a tree nursery; helped at the first secondary school for girls that Free the Children had built and Much MORE :)

You can read about this here: Club Penguin worker wins Trip to Kenya :)

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