The Class of 2015’s

 Day of Service 

in memory and appreciation of

Jane and Ken Young

The Class of 2015, over four years, logged 17, 700 community service hours.

And they kept giving:

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015 was the 5th Annual Senior Service Day to give back to the communities that have given so much to them. Over 34o members out of 386 of the Class of 2015, worked in 33 locations, pulling invasive plant species, helping pre-schoolers with their field day, cleaning horse stalls, assisting older citizens with technology needs, weeding fields, planting trees and flowers, painting classrooms, moving books  and more. BELOW YOU WILL FIND A SLIDE SHOW OF THE DAY’S WORK.

See slideshow of photos from the day.

The Class of 2015 worked at the following locations:

  •         Lincoln, Council on Aging
  •         Sudbury Senior Center
  •         Lincoln Public Library
  •         Goodnow Library
  •         Walden Woods Project, Brister’s Hill and The Farm at Walden Woods
  •         Codman Farm
  •         Drumlin Farm
  •         Wolbach Farm and Memorial Forest, SVT
  •         The Food Project
  •         Lincoln Conservation
  •         Longfellow’s Wayside Inn
  •         Lovelane Special Needs Riding Program
  •         Save A Dog
  •         Buddy Dog Humane Society
  •         SWEET
  •         Sudbury Park and Rec. Haskell Field, Fairbanks
  •         Lincoln Public Schools: Hartwell, Brooks, Smith
  •         Sudbury Public Schools:  Haynes, Nixon, Loring, Noyes, Curtis
  •         Aruna’s Place
  •         Lincoln-Sudbury RHS
  •         Bridges Together at The Grange
  •         Sudbury Garden Club- Heritage Park
  •         Hosmer House Fairy Garden