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今回の主人公はMr. BことAnders Bjorkくん（Coleの右隣3人目かな？）。Boston Bruinsのプロスペクだそう。
Mr. B and Room 208
University of Notre Dame junior Anders Bjork, a 6-0, 181-pound forward from Mequon, Wisconsin, headed into action this weekend leading the Irish hockey team in scoring and ranking third in Hockey East with 13 goals and 15 assists for 28 points. Yet as great as Bjork’s impact has been at the Compton Family Ice Arena, he maybe has made even more of a difference just a few blocks south of campus at Perley Fine Arts Academy in South Bend.
Notre Dame student-athletes volunteer their time each year in record numbers. Whether coordinated by the Student Welfare and Development division within athletics, organized by teams or identified by individuals, virtually every Irish athlete is involved in some form of community service.
Perley teacher Courtney Baranay explains exactly why “Mr. B” has become a treasured figure not just in her third grade classroom but throughout the school.
I am making as many memories as I can for these children because I need them to know that there will be much disappointment and heartache in this world, but they must always remember that their Mr. B loves them.
Unconditional love is real, and it exists in the heart of Anders Bjork.
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