(photo: Western's Alternative Spring Break program)

About ASB

Alternative Spring Break is an exciting opportunity for you to participate in a week-long, hands-on service learning experience! You might choose to join a team that is teaching children at the Hope of a Child Orphanage in the Dominican Republic, providing medical clinics to under-serviced communities in Costa Rica, or helping to support programs for at-risk populations in our own community of London, Ontario… it's completely up to you!


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So why did we hear rhat the bomb/flashlight was powerful enough to kill a person and creat large amount of damage. I bet the Barista is feeling a little ambaressed but they did the right thing by reporting it. Hey and I bet they well get alot of bussiness.

Our guides were more than willing to send suspended by cables from tree to tree in various positions, including backwards and upside down.

I broke into small groups and were dissolved in the local market for local products have been investigating drug dealing.

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