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Shock the World! [08 Feb 2009|08:07pm]

fofer
2009 WWU Friendship Tournament Men's Champions:

Your Columbia Adventist Academy Kodiaks!



http://www.flickr.com/photos/digitalcj/sets/72157613501000165/
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Construction photos [17 Sep 2008|09:39pm]

fofer
As promised, photos of the new CAA Ad Building construction:

9-13-08

9-13-08

9-13-08

9-13-08
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Building Project [16 Sep 2008|01:42pm]

fofer
This probably isn't news to anyone but work is finally underway on the new CAA Ad Building. While fulfilling my role as the awkward 'older guy' at CAA church last weeeknd I got to wander aound the construction site and take some pictures. Hopefully I'll post those later this week. Things are cruising right along and they're expecting to have it ready for next school year (I think).

So alumni, let's cruise down memory lane as we ponder a new Ad Building.

During your time at CAA what would you consider the most obvious sign that it was time for some upgrades?

In the spirit of fundraising you can affix your name to (amost) anything in the new building (for the right price). Given your current ability to support CAA and/or your interest in doing so, what part of the new construction would you like to immortalize your namesake on? How does your choice reflect your experience at CAA?

What nostalgic/tradional piece of CAA history will be most missed with a new Ad Building?
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[20 Aug 2005|03:38pm]

irish__princess
I don't know how many of you have heard, but they announced today at MG that our beloved Mr. Lee has prostrate cancer. Please pray for him. He is going to go down to Loma Linda for a treatment thing. Which a family friend of ours did and it worked very well. So hopefully this will work for him! Please keep him in your prayers.
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[11 Mar 2005|12:17pm]

fofer
Matt's preaching at CAA Church tomorrow!

EVERYONE GO AND SEE HIM!!!!
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[11 Mar 2005|12:09am]

willriker
[ mood | crazy ]

Wow. if I were someone else and didn't know how CAA was, I would think that this school sucks. I mean realy. no one does the posting thing here.

Hi, I'm Chris. I attended CAA from 1998-99 though 2001-02. You can find my picture on the wall. Though I do look a little odd. Look in the W's.... I have some friends that I went to school with. Some of them are still here with me. Though most of the time I don't see any of them. and the ones that I do see seem to be intent on leaving me. Moving off campus. Going to Portland campus. If I didn't know better I would think that none of them like me. Wait... they may not like me... hmmm.

Anyways. A special note to Grant. GET OFF MY HALL!

Now, on to the rest of you. Be nice and post whats going on on here. How am I supposed to know about happenings at a school I don't go to? hmmmm? yea. thats what I thought. And for you people leaving me. Yea... nothing to say to you except that I will be sleeping on your couch.

Good night all.
P.S. I have spent 54+ hours in the last 5 days watching Stargate SG-1 eps. seasons 1-3. kinda sad.... but its a good show.

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Bueno Shalom [16 Feb 2005|02:18pm]

irish__princess
Alumni Weekend April 1 & 2, 2005

I know it's a little early for this, but I thought I would mention it. Do to recent events, I think that we should all Alumni should attend this year. And every year following, if you are able. I know that some of us never thought we would go back to CAA for anything, but I think it's important to remember those times. No matter if they were good or bad. Even if you just graduated last year, it doesn't matter. We all need time to reconnect and I think this is the perfect opportunity for us to do so.
Just a thought!
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hehehehehehe [15 Feb 2005|04:52pm]

fofer
http://www.ebaumsworld.com/awfulweatherman2.html

Thank goodness WWC's news is a little better than this
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[07 Feb 2005|07:40am]

fofer
It is better to limp and crawl in the right direction than to march boldly in the wrong one...
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Brandon, you were more than just a friend. You were a classmate, the 6th Amigo and even now, MY HERO [06 Feb 2005|01:02am]

willriker
[ mood | Tears ]

I don't even know where to start. I hadn't seen him in about a month. I hadn't sat down and talked to him. I hadn't taken the time to plan the camping trip that we all should have gone on. I didn't realize how much I missed him. I don't have as many memories of Brandon as some people. I didn't know him from when he was 6. But I can call Brandon my friend, my classmate, my 6th Amigo, and now, my hero.

Brandon was so much a part of CAA that often it is hard for me to think back to any function and not remember him leading out in some part of it. whether it be a random chapel, a class party, or even just a regular class period. Brandon was always there smiling his lopsided smile. Chatting it up with Peter or Chelsea. I really got to know him senior year. Talking late into the night on campouts. practicing for sycronized sitting. We had so many good times. Then him at WWC. He was down the hall and around the corner from me so I didn;t get to see him that much. I know that sounds odd, hes a mere 30 yards away, but i never made the trip that much. But when I did there would be him and Peter. With their huge fridge, the mouse filled couch, Peters computer right in the door, and Brandons in the corner. Whenever I would come in the room Peter would always ask me for help with CS and Brandon would just be there Smiling. Happy to see me or anyone else that came into his room. Thats my last major memory of Brandon. That, and him coming specificaly to see me after Graduation, to say hi, whats up, we made it.

This last week has been very unpleasent. I am so greatful to my friends for being there to talk to. To support eachother. I didn't realize how far apart I had grown for many of the people that I never thought I would ever be able to forget. To have rekindled friendships with people that life no more than 3 doors down from me. People that I was just to wrapped up in my self to remember. To those of you I have forgoten or brushed off. I am sorry. There are few things more important than friends. I love all of you (even you Jeff).

Brandon showed me something. Somethng that I had been told a hundred times. From when I was a little kid. I just never got it. Never understood. It never sunk in untill today, at his funeral. The next thing he will see is Jesus. Jesus's smiling face looking down on him, saying "Well done, my good and faithful servant." Brandon showed me that there is a reason to live a life for Christ and not for ones self. To let God shine though you. I never payed any attention to the thoughts that blew through my mind today. This life is nothing. There is nothing in this life that will ever hold a candle to waking up and seing that loving face looking down on you, that hand bidding you to come, that glowing, mercy filled embrace waiting for you. And once I realized this, I thought, what am I doing with my life. Nothing. what do I have to show for my 21 years. Nothing. I wait for the next episode of my TV show to come out. I sit on my ass all day. I do nothing except what I want to do. Not anymore. There is nothing I can possibly think of that would be worth losing seing Brandon again. I want to wake up to Jesus's voice. I want to have my guardian angel next to me, flying into the sky to meet my savior. I want to be able to look over, and see my friends rising with me. I want to see Brandon, and be able to tell him that I am here becuase of him. What he showed me though his life, and ultimatly what his death made me realize. I want to be able to tell him of how many people who he reached. I want to see that smile cross his face again. And I want to turn and with all my friends around me looking into the face of the loving God who we are all going to meet. I cannot wait.

So here is my pledge, with all of you as witnesses. My life will change. I will no longer live my life for me. I will no longer be selfish. I will no longer be a sinner in Gods eyes. I want to live my life the way Brandon did. I want to walk with God. I want to show God's love though me. I want to be a vessel for the Good News to get into the world. I will not sit by and let other people go down that path that I was on. I will not be complacent. I will not let anyone I meet pass me by without hearing about my Savior who died on a cross to save little, lazy, cussing, sinning, wothless me. I will see my Lords face and live for eternity with him. I will see Brandon Moor again! This is my pledge.

-Christopher Robin Will

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[02 Feb 2005|09:25pm]

fofer
Brandon Moor

September 14, 1983 - January 31, 2005

Safely in the Arms of Jesus...
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[07 Jan 2005|10:57pm]

irish__princess
What I miss most about CAA? Being around all my friends and being able to go on trips all the time with school. And the spiritual atmosphere at school.
What I miss least about CAA? Choir at 7:15am!!!
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Anyone? [07 Jan 2005|08:23pm]

fofer
What do you miss most about CAA?

What do you miss least?

(If you're a current student what do you EXPECT to miss most and least)
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CAAKODIAKS NEEDS MOUTH TO MOUTH! [07 Aug 2004|10:12am]

fofer
Wow... so our community is really dead. It's been around for almost 2 years and has less than 20 posts. Ouch. How am I supposed to hand it over to my brothers next year when it's that weak? Let's start having some good discussion... favorite classes, least favorite classes, best fall festival booth, things NOT to do after the banquet, who really farted on the risers during spring music program 2003? These are the issues that matter. Now stand up and make a differance.
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haha im sorry [01 Aug 2004|03:39pm]

illume_meldanya
[ mood | mischievous ]

i have decided to defiantly join and remain in this group despite my change in alligiance and schools. ha. my reasoning is... i was there and i love yall anyway. im going to miss you guys. sigh* world moves on.

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Discussion Question [09 Jul 2004|06:11pm]

fofer
WHAT'S THE BEST/WORST PART OF SUMMER VACATION?
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[05 Jun 2004|08:00am]

irish__princess
I thought that someone should update this thing.  Although nobody ever does anymore, so what's the point of having a community?
It's graduation weekend at CAA again.  I can't believe it.  And my baby brother is graduating.  CRAZY!  I've already cried once last night.  And I know that there are more tears to come.  But I'm so proud of all the seniors!  They've worked really hard to get here and they deserve all the praise!
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Thoughts on Education (From TV's The Family Guy) [11 Mar 2004|09:35am]

fofer
Peter: Math my dear boy is nothing more than the lesbian sister of Biolgy

Brian Griffin: Ah, if my memory serves me, this is the physics department.
Chris Griffin: That would explain all the gravity.

Peter Griffin: Brian, there's a message in my Alpha Bits. It says "OOOOOO".
Brian Griffin: Peter, those are Cheerios.

Bob Ross: All right, we are going to use a fan brush here and uh why don't you take some hunter green and we are going to put a happy little bush right down over here in the corner there and that'll just be our little secret and if you tell anyone that that bush is there i will come to your house and I will cut you.

Guy on Street #2: It's 3:00. Where the hell is Louie?
Guy on Street #1: Well, you tell me. Louie left his house at 2:15 and had to travel a distance 6.2 miles traveling at a rate of five miles a hour. When will Louie get here?
Guy On Street #2: Depends if he stops to see his ho.
Guy on Street #1: That's what we call a "variable".

Jim: What did you just call me?
Huck Griffin: I thought that was your name.
Jim: That is our word. You have no right to use it.
Huck Griffin: Geez, I'm sorry. I didn't know.
[pause]
Huck Griffin: So, could you pass me the oar, 'n-word Jim'?
Jim: Yes. Thank you.
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[02 Mar 2004|12:31pm]

willriker
[ mood | nostalgic ]

CJ, I too feel this lack of CAA sharing. I was looking at my friends posts and here is this white post. And who by? Caakodiaks. And I smiled. remembering my days as a kodiak. The laughs, the smiles, the tears, the teachers, the tests, the auto flusher on the urinal. All good times. But, why live in the past. Would it not be better if current CAA'ers would share their experiances so us foegies can pretend to live younger lives, if but for only a few minuets. I feel as though there is a generation gap between the alumni and current students. And we, the older few are trying to bidge this chasim. Would someone on the other side take our hand? Would you connect with us. Tell us your stories. Tell us your dreams.

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[02 Mar 2004|09:11am]

fofer
Wow... glad I made this great CAA community. LOL. Let's start using it guys. If you joined all you have to do is update like normal. But post it to the caakodiaks journal instead of your own. What's the latest and greatest in Meadow Glade? Can Elder still do the splits? Are study halls still boring as anything? Most of all are students still getting hit on by teachers left and right? Please tell me that still happens. I don't know how I would go on if I didn't know that teachers wern't still hitting on students.

Here's a reality check. My little brothers are going to Academy Day today. WOW... I'm so old.

*drinks some ensure*

-CJ
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