Twin County United Way and Lewiston High School partner to support student volunteerism
August 26, 2016
Twin County United Way and Lewiston High School partnerÂ to support student volunteerism
Twin County United Way LHS Student Day of Caring 2016
More than 260 Lewiston High School Seniors have signed up to volunteer during Twin County United WayÂ’s Student Day of Caring.
Day of Caring is sponsored by Express Employment Professionals, Peak Performance Physical Therapy, Dutch Bros Lewiston and ArtBeat.
Day of Caring connects students with a two-hour volunteer experience that benefits local nonprofits and the entire community.Â The event promotes volunteerism to inspire students to continue to volunteer throughout the year Â– and into the future.
First day of school, Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016
9 a.m.: Students gather at Vollmer Bowl to load busses
9:30 to 11:30 a.m.: Onsite volunteer service
11:50: Students return to Lewiston High School for lunch
The event begins at Vollmer Bowl across from Lewiston High School (1114 9th Ave., Lewiston) and busses will take students to more than 20 different volunteer project locations.
Featured project location:
Twin County United Way office (2207 E. Main Street, Lewiston) where students will be doing a number of projects inside and outside, including painting the exterior of the building.
Sam Skinner, Executive Director, Twin County United Way,Â (208) 305-1379 cell, (208) 743-6594 office, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevin Driskill, Principal, Lewiston High School,Â (208) 748-3100