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School News

August 29, 2013

SRHS Booster News

KINGSTON – Sat., September 14, is the return of the Reach the Beach Relay. The Sanborn Regional High School is a transition station for the entire day for runners to stop, take a shower, have some food, take a nap and change team members out.

We are looking for volunteers to take shifts throughout the day in a variety of ways. Many hands make light work--please contact Boosters President, Sheila Pierce, if you can help at . This is the biggest fundraiser of the year to benefit your athletes.

Homecoming weekend is scheduled for September 28. Events begin on Fri., September 27, with field hockey games at Chase Field at 4:00 and 5:00 p.m. Saturday the 28th begins with a parade at 8:00 a.m., beginning at St. Frederick’s church on New Boston Road in Kingston; it will end at the high school at 17 Danville Road.

Following the parade will be skits, dances, and lots of food for sale by all classes throughout the day. There will be a Fun Run X-Country race which the public is invited to attend, soccer games, a football game, and many chances for you to come show your Sanborn Pride.

This is a weekend not to be missed by students, parents, grandparents, and families of the Sanborn Regional School district. The concession stand will be open all day sponsored by the Boosters, and many volunteers are needed. If you can give an hour or two during the day, please contact Sheila Pierce.

Returning Athletic Booster officers are Sheila Pierce as President, Kathy Sprackland as Vice President, Barbara Hunt as Treasurer, Patricia Wlasuk as Secretary, and Deb Basiliere for Public Relations.

The next Boosters meeting will be held on Thurs., September 19, at 7:00 p.m., in the high school library. If you are a freshman parent and want to find out what Homecoming is all about, stop by and say hello. This is a great way to become involved in the school and volunteer for your athlete or just volunteer! Come check it out!

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