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45 Access Students Celebrating the Independence Day of the USA

July, 4 2015

It has become a tradition in the Access Moldova world to celebrate the Independence Day of the USA within the Access family. Thus, 25 students from Hincesti and Ribnita who were participating in the Access Summer Camp, benefited from a special and inspiring day full of activities planned to honor this special event in the US culture.

During the lessons, the students discovered the history of this holiday, the difficult path this nation went through in order to gain its independence, the personalities who played an important role in order to achieve that, and how Americans celebrate their Independence. Afterwards, they went from theory to practice and got pleasure from attending the party organized on this occasion.

In order to create a specific American atmosphere, the students worked hard to create some decorations and crowns for the celebration. Then, they enjoyed some delicious doughnuts, a very popular American dessert.

In addition to that, the students had fun playing hilarious team building games and learning popular American line dances from Linsday Bailey, an American who was doing an internship at the American Councils Moldova and joined the celebration.

On the same day, 20  Access students from Grigoriopol joined remotely the celebration, organizing an educational "4th of July" feast. The cherry from the cake was the living Statue of Liberty they created in order to feel the American spirit and bring a piece of this country and culture in their classroom.

It is important to mention that  all Access students definitely like American holidays and the possibility to celebrate them. They always create an unusual atmosphere filled with positive emotions, smile and exciting activities.

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