To Be Announced Today, The Krystle Campbell Community Betterment Project

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Today, at 10:30 AM at Bistro 489 at the Medford Vocational Technical HIgh School, 489 Winthrop Street, Medford, the Medford Public Schools and the Center For Citizenship and Social Responsibility at Medford High School will announce the launch of The Krystle Campbell Community Betterment Project, funded in partnership with The Krystle Campbell Memorial Fund at The Boston Foundation.  The purpose of this new partnership will be to identify and financially support student-driven projects each year that benefit the community and focus on helping others, reducing violence and encouraging an environment of peace, collaboration and friendship. The Krystle Campbell Community Betterment Project will begin at Medford High School/Medford Vocational Technical HIgh School and has the potential to benefit all grade levels in the Medford Public Schools.  The Project is an effort to honor Krystle’s enthusiasm for bringing people together and fostering community spirit.  All are welcome!

PROGRAM – KRYSTLE CAMPBELL COMMUNITY BETTERMENT PROJECT ANNOUNCEMENT

Friday/April 13, 2018 – 10:30 AM, Bistro 489, Medford Vocational Technical High School

“As the 5th Anniversary of the Boston Marathon Terrorist Bombings approaches, The Boston Foundation is announcing a partnership on behalf of the Campbell Family: The Krystle Campbell Community Betterment Project, which will join forces with The Medford Public Schools and The Center for Citizenship and Social Responsibility at Medford High School.”

MUSICAL SELECTIONS … Provided by the Medford High School String Ensemble

WELCOME

Mr. Roy Belson, Superintendent of Schools

REMARKS

Mayor Stephanie Burke

REMARKS

Ms. Cameron Casey, Ropes & Gray; Mr. Elliott Nerland, Ms. Bonnie Fleischer, & Ms. Erin Daly, on behalf of The Boston Foundation & Krystle Campbell’s Family

THE CENTER FOR CITIZENSHIP & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Mr. Richard Trotta, Director, Center for Citizenship & Social Responsibility

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Mr. Michael Skorker, Coordinator/MHS Advisor

CCSR STUDENT REMARKS

Jenna Agnone , Luiza Barbosa and Stella Eliopoulos

MUSTANG GIRLS SOFTBALL TEAM REMARKS

Coach Jack Dempsey & Haley DiPietrantonio

 

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