Please tell a story about a time when a person or organization tried to help someone or change something in your community:

A Stich In Time Saves Nine.

It started as a simple situation.Mary fell off her desk making the entire class roar in laughter.However a wave of panic fell upon us when she failed to stand up and went limp instead.A queer pindrop silence hit the class like a bolt of thunder.Sylvia my desk mate,stammered as she pocked Mary on the back,''she is just pretending,''she said lian another classmate,burst out laughing when she kicked mary's legs because such pranks of irritate the latter.Loyce,the deputy class prefect,was more cautious.She inched closser to confirm if mary was okay.She at the top of her voice.Arnold,the head boy and Loyce ran out simultaneously.They soon came back,panting with the class teacher in hot pursuit.The teacher rushed and picked Mary up.As he moved towards the dispensary,he froze and nearly droped her.


  • The organization most involved in what happened: Coe

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