So today, we woke up to eat breakfast and started our day right away. All of us docked on Anegada, and we split up in groups, most of us went to go clean a Methodist Church, and Elliot took about ten people to come with him to build a fence that had fallen due to the BVI hurricane, and they also cleaned up a close friend’s house. David grabbed some of the church clean-up group to walk over to a local school to help with fixing a basketball court, working with people from Tortola and Anegada. I stayed at the church and helped move dead trees and branches in a huge pile so the fire department and came to burn all of it. The whole day was pretty calm and went pretty smoothly; the sun wasn’t too strong, so we weren’t getting extremely exhausting like other days. During lunch, all of us gathered up together again for PB&J’s or chicken salad sandwiches. After lunch, we got back to work and finished up what needed to end the day. The group that I was in really did put a lot of effort, and I was proud of all us for accomplishing what we had cleaned up, and from what I heard all the groups accomplished a lot in just one day. Overall today was a very rewarding part of our international volunteer program, and I felt that all of us got something out of it, I’m glad that we had the chance to help out the community to clean up a place that everyone comes to join together.