The term C-Note is another way of describing a US $100 bill, the largest denomination in circulation. In Roman numerals, "C" is equivalent to 100. Also, some believe the "C" stands for century, which is 100 years.
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"This video gives great on ideas for community service. It is great that it points out that community service is one of the points that companies and colleges look at when evaluating you. I have to do community service for National Honor Scoeity and Music National Honor society (Tri-M). Every year, I volunteer at the marine Corps Marathon handing out packages to runners who have left clothes in a bag in the UPS trucks or answering questions, such as "Where's the starting line?" I also make and tie quilts for the local quilt guild's charity, Star Quilts. These quilts are given to the local polic department who distribute them between their cop cars and hand out the quilts when they collect children from accidents and such. For Tri-M, I have to do community service somehow relating to music, such s singing at the local nursing home. My clubs give me a wide range of community service opportunities and I love it. "
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"Community service is a great way to provide for those that are less fortunate. Many feel community service requirements for schooling is an unusual requirement however these services can help you get your foot in the door for your future. "
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