Movie Reviews – Aladdin and Lion King

Categories: Friendship Circle, Hellos With Fellows, Jarrod Edson

Aladdin: so im gonna start off with showing the trailers, and mentioning that this isn’t a bad film its good…I just have 2 problems with this film…. https://youtu.be/9g5knnlF7Zo https://youtu.be/foyufD52aog So anyways the plot is, well a homeless man named Aladdin….played by Mena Massoud……and his money Abu…..live on the streets of agrobah….(sorry if I Butcher alot of these names)……so anyways one day… Read More

Video Game Reviews – Roundup

Categories: Friendship Circle, Hellos With Fellows, Jarrod Edson

SpongeBob SquarePants battle for bikini bottom  Rehydrated: ok this game is hard to explain well so basically u fight robots that plankton made but the robots got out of hands and turned on him….also throughout the game u have to collect a certain amount of golden spatulas to progress to next level…heck u need 75 golden spatulas to do the last boss fight,… Read More

Video Game Review – Destroy All Humans

Categories: Friendship Circle, Hellos With Fellows, Jarrod Edson

I’m gonna start off with a warning ⚠️, this game series has crude humor….some people might find the communism propaganda in this game to be to much….u have been warned…..welcome to my destroy all humans review…..🛸‍♂️ Destroy all humans 2005: ok let’s start off with a bit of trivia, this game was made by a company named Pandemic and they also… Read More

Movie Review – Tom and Jerry

Categories: Friendship Circle, Hellos With Fellows, Jarrod Edson

Tom and Jerry:  so this movie is bizzare…..its um well not exactly good but it aint the worst thing I’ve seen……where to even begin….for a film about Tom and Jerry….there’s barely any scenes of them fighting…..in this 90 min film they have about 12 to 15 min of them fighting….…..oh joy……here’s the trailer…..side note let me give u an example… Read More

Movie Reviews – The Mighty Ducks Trilogy

Categories: Friendship Circle, Hellos With Fellows, Jarrod Edson

The Mighty Ducks: do ladies and gentlemen I’ve been wanting to get around to reviewing these 3 films……im glad I’m finally getting around to doing it…..also there’s a reason I picked today on Friday March 5th……its because in 21 days there’s gonna be a sequel TV series called The Mighty Ducks Game Changers……ill post a link to that trailer in my… Read More

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Friendship Circle Programming Update

The Friendship Circle’s hybrid programming model, developed to address the challenges of the pandemic, includes a variety of virtual activities, as well as safely distanced in-person events and shared experiences:

  • Drive-in events in our parking lot & the park
  • A range of online clubs with to-go activity kits
  • Evening hangouts for moms to unwind online
  • Birthday deliveries to our members at home
  • Get-together opportunities for young adults
  • Pen pals program to connect via letter writing
  • Sharing books via a community “Story Stroll”
  • Virtual learning & leadership trainings
  • Teen engagement & behavioral health support
  • And more!
Programming Update

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