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By Megg on October 28, 2014 - 14:55 | Comments (116)
Hey everyone!
We were talking recently about some of our favorite stories. Stories happen in books, movies, and even games (like Club Penguin!) 
Then we thought... why don't we ask the Club Penguin community what their favorite stories are?

We want to hear from you! What is your all-time favorite story and... what do you like best about it? 
Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
Waddle on,
-Club Penguin Team
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By Chattabox on October 28, 2014 - 01:38 | Comments (10)

G’day Penguins!

Last week I held a super cool Jungle party in my iggy – thanks to everyone who came along. Check out all the smiles:


Aaaannndddd, HAPPY HALLOWEEN! I hope you're all having a spookalicious time at this month's Halloween party. Who has solved the mystery of the Puffle Hotel? I managed to solve it this morning and adopted my very own ghost puffle; Spook! He’s amazing!

One of my favourite things about this month's party is the ‘Night of the Living Sled – LIVE’ at the Stage -- the set looks awesome. So this week I want to hold a party and act out a version of the play, hurray! Come along dressed in your best Halloween (or sled) outfit and let's create our very own awesome version of the play.

Let's meet in the Forest on the Down Under server on Thursday 30th October. Here are the times:

  • 4pm East Australian Standard Time
  • 6pm New Zealand Standard Time
  • 10pm Penguin Standard Time on Wednesday 29th October for everyone over in the US and Canada
  • 6am on Thursday 30th October for my pals in the UK

Waddle on!

- Club Penguin Team

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By Ninja on October 27, 2014 - 20:14 | Comments (84)


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By Megg on October 27, 2014 - 14:47 | Comments (93)
Hello Penguins!
I wish I could show you just how excited our featured mod is for this meetup. 
MAYBE IF I WRITE IN CAPITAL LETTERS... nope, that looks like I'm yelling. Maybe! I could draw a HUGE smiley face on the picture of their penguin -- nah I don't think that would quite do the trick either. I'm pretty sure you get the point -- they're excited :)
This week's featured mod is: 

Here are a few fun facts about MapleSyrup16:
1. I'm an aspiring Computer Scientist.
2. Shibe is my penguin coworker and good friend! Wow, such friendship.
3. It is my dream to help people who are less fortunate!
4. Favorite Server: Cabin - Because my igloo is a cabin!
You can ask more questions by going on the server Cabin at 2:00pm PST. The official meeting place will be in front of the Puffle Hotel!
Waddle on,
-Club Penguin Team
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By Megg on October 27, 2014 - 11:50 | Comments (20)
Hello Penguins!
When she was four-years‐old, Molly Burke’s world began to darken: she was diagnosed with a disease that caused her loss of vision. Despite this, when she was just five, she started public speaking and inspiring others with her story. 
Deamama and I had the amazing opportunity to ask Me to We speaker Molly Burke a few questions about her experiences with bullying. We think her answers are really important, and we wanted to share them with you.
What would you say to someone who is being bullied today?
I’d tell them they aren’t alone. I’ve been there, and so have many others. It may feel like it’s never going to get better, but believe me, it will. Stay strong, believe in yourself, and know that it is not your fault. Don’t be afraid to reach out for help. 
What would you say to someone who is being a bully today?
I think it’s important for bullies to understand the impact they have. So when I speak, I tell the good, the bad, and the ugly. I make sure my audience understands how bad it can get. I think it is important for bullies to understand that it is never too late to change and to make amends. 
What would you say to a bystander who sees someone being bullied?
As a bystander, you have the power to make a difference. It only takes one person to change someone’s life. When I was being bullied, all it would have taken is someone to sit with me at lunch, ask if everything was okay, or walk with me to class. If you don’t feel like you’re strong enough to stand up to the bullies, at least stand beside the victim, show your support, and remind them that they aren’t alone.
We’re all better when we support each other. 
Waddle on, 
-Club Penguin Team