The students spent close to five hours building stone walls at the centers entrance and stacking wood piles. We had the kids put the wood piles up because therapy around a camp fire, theres nothing better.
Maranacook Community High School juniors got busy chipping in to help the foundation meet that goal as a part of their United Way Day of Caring. Teachers say theyve committed a day of community service each year for more than 30 years.
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I think it is amazing that he can contribute this to the community and other people who are experiencing the same things he is just to make sure everyone has a fun time including the veterans who have fought so hard for our country, said Maranacook Community High School Student, Olivia. Our goal is to have all of our construction efforts complete by summer 2017 so we can begin programming. We will have ten veteran families who will have an opportunity to come out each week in the summer months to do the things you do when you go to camp, said Travis Mills Foundation Executive Director, Christine Toriello. The lesson is how important it is to give back to your community and to do that in a physical way if possible because there a lot of people out there that need help in that way, said Maranacook Community High School Teacher, Paula Weisberger.