Day 3, part 1 (of 3!): When Sophomores serve!

February 29, 2016

This is a busy day indeed for the intrepid class of 2018! The day started at 6:30 (for the lucky few who got to feed the animals this morning), and will continue throughout the day with the Sophomore Point focus on community service.

The class divided up into a number of project groups today- some traveled to Lewiston, some to Rumford, and some stayed right here in town to focus their service on members of the greater Bethel community.

Here are a few pictures of the Bethel groups, who went to a local farm to assist in splitting wood and checking tap lines, and another to our local elementary school to assist in the classrooms:

Eva reads to her people.

Adalia Flores, '18, with some of her new best friends

Adalia Flores, ’18, with some of her new best friends

Noah Grammas, Aidan Lear, and George Menezes, '18, take a break from swinging a maul.

Noah Grammas, Aidan Lear, and George Menezes, ’18, take a break from swinging a maul.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All of the help this morning was appreciated, and many hugs were given.

On to Service Day, part 2!!

 

 

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  1. Avatar MJ says:

    There is my rugrats kid in the second photo!

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