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The children have been practicing these skills for months and they are all ready to help with the relief efforts. You stay homeSending the children out of the house would be sending them away from home they wouldnt have support and while they are young there might be an issue for them later. The people at the house would probably be grateful and you might meet some other kids like yourself later in your life. If you stay home you will be supporting the relief effort but you will be supporting it on a small scale. The little boys and girls are going to be in for a surprise when they go back to their houses. It will be a small village with very little supplies, food and water. Many of them were too young to have seen the destruction of their homes. You volunteerYou cannot stay home, they are your friends. Its not that you cant afford the cost, Which you dont, its more that you wouldnt be able to. You decide to volunteer, the last thing you need is to be helping with a large relief effort and then being sent away and having to go back to the house to help. The little village that was to be part of the relief efforts is the perfect place to be. It has only a few houses and most of the people live in the surrounding area, but most importantly it is a well known and easily accessible place for people to send aid in the first place. The people at the relief center are very pleased to hear that your little group has volunteered and the children are given some nice new clothes. It looks very much like school clothes, but made from a better material and it has a name tag with your name on it to remind you. Your group are then sent off one morning and taken to a small village in the mountains, its called Hopi Pass and its the first stop on the way to San Francisco. There arent many people there and the roads are winding so it can take a while, so they take a bunch of kids to help them work at a big metal gate and keep moving people around. Everyone is very grateful of course and happy to see you. You have more time with the kids so you spend most of your time with them. Eventually you make it to the Hopi Pass Village which is a big dirt and stone settlement. There are a lot of people here, but not nearly enough houses and other supplies to sustain a big relief effort. You take a group of about ten kids with you and make them help clean up the houses and then the people. There is another group of about twelve kids with you, though they are dressed in very drab clothing and arent as happy with you. You take them with you too and you are joined by several other smaller parties, but it is all working because there is always someone willing to.

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