2012-02-20 / Word Jr.

SHARING THEIR HEARTS WITH SENIORS



STUDENTS in Chris Cormier’s second grade class at Lisbon Community School once again participated in the Hearts for Seniors Project for the residents at the Lamp Alzheimer’s Facility. Students volunteered their time to make special Valentines for the residents at the nursing home. This is the seventh year students in Cormier’s class assisted with the project. “The students love making the connections in the community with our seniors. They make their Valentine’s very unique and many of my students include poems and other messages with their Valentine cards,” said Cormier. Pictured, in front from left, are Cody Tardif, Addisen Turcotte, Erin Harlow, Zachary Kulow, Andrew Wilcox and Uriah Carver; second row, Nick Ferrence, Paige Brawn, Madyson Ramsey, Luke Scribner and Caleb Coburn; back row, McKenzie Ventry, Sarah Pitcher, Acadia Rugullies, Wyatt Perron, Megan Belanger and Jessica Wile. Missing from photo is Annika Golino. 
PHOTO BY CHRIS CORMIER STUDENTS in Chris Cormier’s second grade class at Lisbon Community School once again participated in the Hearts for Seniors Project for the residents at the Lamp Alzheimer’s Facility. Students volunteered their time to make special Valentines for the residents at the nursing home. This is the seventh year students in Cormier’s class assisted with the project. “The students love making the connections in the community with our seniors. They make their Valentine’s very unique and many of my students include poems and other messages with their Valentine cards,” said Cormier. Pictured, in front from left, are Cody Tardif, Addisen Turcotte, Erin Harlow, Zachary Kulow, Andrew Wilcox and Uriah Carver; second row, Nick Ferrence, Paige Brawn, Madyson Ramsey, Luke Scribner and Caleb Coburn; back row, McKenzie Ventry, Sarah Pitcher, Acadia Rugullies, Wyatt Perron, Megan Belanger and Jessica Wile. Missing from photo is Annika Golino. PHOTO BY CHRIS CORMIER

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