“There’s a dimension where I’d like to make money,” he told the Register. But he also points out, “I’d like to make my mark on the world helping others.”
When his family returns to visit friends and relatives in India, instead of celebrating with parties they volunteer at orphanages or homeless shelters and sponsor meals.
For his Eagle Scout project, he examined the landscape at his church, and determined water could be saved by tearing out invasive weeds, planting drought-tolerant and native plants and installing a drip irrigation system.
Here are some other articles from across the region for the week ending June 14.
Orange Unified School District officials have broken ground on the new science center at Orange High School that will feature a dozen state-of-the-art labs and classrooms. It’s part of the $288 million Measure S school bond.