KINGSTON - Sanborn Regional High School’s (SRHS) Class of 2014 is going to continue the Sanborn tradition of giving back to the community during their annual Community Day of Caring on Fri., October 18. The Community Day of Caring is one of the many things which make Sanborn such a special place. The seniors would like to express their gratitude to the three communities (Fremont, Kingston, and Newton) by volunteering in the community.
The seniors invite anyone from Fremont, Newton, or Kingston to give them a call the high school if they have any jobs, big or small, that can be attended to by students of the senior class. There are more than 180 students in the senior class, and it would be ideal to put them all to work, so don’t be afraid to give them a call. There are plenty of talented and responsible students at Sanborn.
If you need some wood stacked, fall cleaning, yards raked, furniture moved, porches and basements cleaned, or other tasks; please call the High School at 642-3341, and leave a message for Mr. Moore about the Day of Caring or email him at email@example.com. You will be amazed at how much the students can accomplish in a short time. And you will be able to meet some of Sanborn’s finest representatives.