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LISBON HS INTERACT CLUB SUPPORTS L.A.C.O.

LISBON HS INTERACT CLUB SUPPORTS L.A.C.O.

Photo Caption:  Lisbon High School Interact Club President, Abigail Roy, along with members Jack Caron, Sierra Crosby and Paula Caron present a donation to Carol Day,  L.A.C.O. Co-Director, Carol Day.  L.A.C.O. is located at the MTM Center, 16 School Street in Lisbon Falls.  Interact Club Secretary, Sierra Crosby organized the district-wide drive for food collections and cash donations.  FMI on the L.A.C.O. program contact Day at 353-8019 or email patab@myfairpoint.net for more information.   Photo by Monica Millhime.

LISBON GUIDANCE COUNSELOR JOINS L-A ROTARY

LISBON GUIDANCE COUNSELOR JOINS L-A ROTARY

Lisbon – Lisbon High School Guidance Counselor, Jean Dolan, recently joined the ranks of the Lewiston-Auburn Rotary Club.  Dolan was sponsored by fellow Rotarian and  Lisbon School District’s Resource Coordinator, Monica Millhime.  Pictured (l-r) attending Dolan’s induction ceremony Monica Millhime, Dolan, LHS Interact Club Vice President, Paula Caron and Interact Club Secretary, Sierra Crosby

LISBON SCHOOL DISTRICT RECEIVES MELMAC EDUCATION GRANT

LISBON SCHOOL DISTRICT RECEIVES MELMAC EDUCATION GRANT

Lisbon – Lisbon High School was selected as a recipient of an Aspiration Grant awarded by the MELMAC Education Foundation.  Pictured receiving the planning phase implementation award is LHS Principal, Ken Healey with MELMAC Director, Wendy Ault and Grant Coach, Holly Dana.  “Over the next four years $56,500 is targeted to connecting aspirations to a plan for our student to pursue a post-secondary education thanks to the MELMAC Grant,” shares Healey.  “A new dimension of the grant starting this year provides us with an opportunity to include our middle school students at Philip W. Sugg,” comments grant lead, Monica Millhime. 

LISBON STUDENTS CONTRIBUTE TO MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY

LISBON STUDENTS CONTRIBUTE TO MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY

Lisbon – Lisbon School Department junior volunteer and Interact Club members and their families, along with their advisor, Monica Millhime, recently presented a $425 check to Muscular Dystrophy campaign to put your muscle behind MDA during the WGME telethon.  Interact member Alyssa Briglio initiated the project and thanks to generous contributions from Lisbon area residents and a $240 from Food City in Lisbon and $100 contribution from the LHS Interact Club, the district-wide fundraising efforts was a huge success.  Pictured (front row – left to right): Alyssa Briglio, Geoffrey Shambarger; (back row): Paula Caron, Sierra Crosby, Silas Crosby and Jack Caron.  Photo by Monica Millhime.

 

LISBON CLASS OF 2025 GATHERS FOR COLLEGE ASPIRATIONS

LISBON CLASS OF 2025 GATHERS FOR COLLEGE ASPIRATIONS

Lisbon – Recently members of the Lisbon Class of 2025 gathered during an assembly presented by College for ME.  Androscoggin representation Erika Butler and Anna Ryan along with Lisbon High School seniors, Briana Heaven and Justice Fraser-Gagnon, David Ferrick, LHS Guidance Counselor, kindergarten teachers Maggie Bouthot, Rosanne Auclair, Nichole Boulet, Debora Furrow, Dottie Nadeau and Tara Robertson joined LCS Principal Carlene Iverson and Assistant Principal Ryan Patrie during the assembly.  Superintendent Richard Green and School Board members Traci Austin, Marcey Crosskill and Kathi Yergin also attended to show support for students’ long range planning. 

 

College for ME-Androscoggin works with Kindergarten students to create an awareness of colleges in Maine. Their goal is to double the number of graduating seniors who go directly to college by the year 2015.

 

LISBON STUDENT ASSISTS TRI-COUNTY FOSTER/ADOPTIVE ASSOCIATION

LISBON STUDENT ASSISTS TRI-COUNTY FOSTER/ADOPTIVE ASSOCIATION

Photo caption:  Alyssa Judd presents a check for $236.55 to a representative of the Tri-County Foster/Adoptive Association. 

Lisbon - Alyssa Judd, a sixth grade student at Philip W. Sugg Middle School in Lisbon Falls,  organized a fundraiser to raise money for the Tri-County Foster/Adoptive Association's annual Christmas party.  Alyssa raised $236.55 with the help of wonderful community members  donating baked goods and supplies.  A special  thanks to  Sam’s, Hannaford of Topsham, Wal-Mart, The Cathance Center and Joe Rusaw.  Photo by Tina Judd.

 

Lisbon Volunteers Day of Caring

Lisbon Volunteers Day of Caring

 

Lisbon – Lisbon Community School, 33 Mill Street in Lisbon, was the site for a day of caring by a group of dedicated volunteers.  Thanks to the galvanized efforts of Lisbon Rotary past President, Rubin Cornelius and his wife Susan, and other retired teachers, the school grounds were refurbished with new wood chips and flower beds.  Assisting with the day’s event was LCS Assistant Principal and son, Conley.  FMI on other community events and projects in Lisbon Schools call 754.0021 or email mmillhime@lisbonschoolsme.org.  Check out the latest news on Facebook at Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools.  Photo by Heidi Patrie.