Thanks to the galvanized efforts of the Philip W. Sugg Middle School junior volunteers’ President, Charlee Cox, two teams represented the middle school. Three teams represented Lisbon High School with a combination of young adult volunteers, LHS BIGS from the BBBS Program, and students enrolled in the Jobs for Maine Graduates Program. “We were pleased with the number of teams representing Lisbon Schools, shares Monica Millhime, Community Resource Coordinator for the District. “Students have a number of commitments with organized sports, work, family obligations, academic demands throughout the school year.” Lisbon has provided support to the BFKS event for a number of years and continues to be on the events’ calendar for many students and staff.
Lisbon bowlers were accompanied by Millhime, along with other staff members Lorraine Bard, Gretchen Stevens and Jessica Porter. Thanks to the assistance from Lisbon parent volunteers Kymberlee and Mike Piela, and Louise Levesque, students enjoyed the event and raised money for a premiere fundraising event. FMI on other events, programs, partnerships in education or volunteer opportunities call 754.0021 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools on FaceBook for the latest school updates.