June 14, 2024

Fashion Design

Fashion Designs that Enlighten the Soul.

Fourth-grader dreams of career in fashion design

2 min read

My name is London Pinto and I’m 10 years old. I am in the fourth-grade at Bunnell Elementary School. My homeroom teacher is Mrs. Lambert.

The thing that I like about my school the most is meeting new students and teachers. I stick up for my classmates and make sure they get treated equally and follow the rules my teacher makes.

My favorite subject in school is mathematics because I don’t think it is hard and it makes my dream job, being a famous fashion designer, easier because I must add measurements. I want to be a fashion designer because when I was little, I would make pictures of fashion designs.

I am also involved in the FBHonors program after school. We have done some fun things like designing a rollercoaster model out of paper and creating and testing mini parachutes.

My favorite Disney princess is Jasmine because she’s brave and smart. I think I can be as brave and smart as she is. My favorite movie is “Aladdin,” and my favorite books are “The Babysitters Little Sisters” series. My favorite sport is basketball, and my favorite game is called Roblox.

My family celebrates the holidays by watching movies and eating a special dinner. What I really want most for Christmas is a new hoverboard.

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About this series: FBH Community’s mission is to foster community organizations that proactively work to eradicate the causes of generational poverty. FBH Community hosts programs such as Food Brings Hope’s KidsZone, TeenZone, FBHonors, Change the Code and Lemerand Center of Excellence at Daytona State College. Another FBHC program is VCan with the mission of eradicating hunger and homelessness among children and youth in Volusia County. FBHC Homes Bring Hope’s mission is to lead the facilitation of homeownership opportunities for hard-working families. And, FBHC Prosperity Initiative assists hard-working families in overcoming barriers to achieve food and housing stability, as well as educational and career advancement. FBH Community’s overhead is fully funded by the Hosseini Family Foundation, allowing 100% of donations to directly benefit the programs and families. Throughout the holidays, The News-Journal is highlighting the organization by publishing the stories of some of its young participants and families. To donate to the organization, or to brighten the holidays by donating a gift to a child, visit FBHCommunity.org, email info@FBHCommunity.org or call 386-317-5767.


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