Workers from U.S. Synthetic, a family oriented business in Orem, UT that makes long-lasting diamond inserts for applications in down-hole drilling tools, took time out of their busy schedule to volunteer at Hobble Creek Elementary on March 20, 2012. There was a total of 11 volunteers that worked with students in first through sixth grades reading, listening to debate arguments, tracing shadow profiles, revising stories for the Student Treasures publishing project, grading papers, assisting in the computer lab, and playing games in P.E. They were very helpful. As you walked the halls at Hobble Creek Elementary you could hear the laughing and talking between the students and volunteers. At the end of the day the volunteers were having fun telling the stories of their experiences to each other as they met in the office before going home. Hobble Creek Elementary would like to thank the volunteers from U.S. Synthetic for taking time out of their busy schedule to help the students at Hobble Creek Elementary have an enjoyable learning experience!