Perseverance,compassion,and hard workat East End

 


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Hutterites are hard workers. It is not uncommon for them to work 18-hour days.

"Everyone has their responsibilities," said Joe Waldner, a German teacher at East End. "If you work hard, at the end of the day it gives you a little courage, it makes you feel better."

Children at East End start their days with German school from 7 a.m. until 8:30 a.m. Waldner says they learn German because "it is important to keep our mother tongue, and continue our culture." The children are busy with classes in English, then anothe...



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