Thursday, April 25 Published weekly since August 2017
They finished boot camp last week and if you scroll down to the bottom of the newsletter you'll see more photos and learn more about this neat story. And oh by the way, if you like this newsletter click here to subscribe.
The Week Ahead
Rebuilding Together is Saturday but volunteers (including indefatigable RT executive director Molly Devanney, right) were out today getting a head start.
Twenty town snow plows are sitting outside our schools (clockwise from top are Bennet, Waddell and Keeney), waiting to be painted by students in a project that will brighten slushy, snowy days next winter. National Public Works Week is May 19-25 and there will be a celebratory open house at HQ (321 Olcott Street) on May 22 (as well as a Touch-a-Truck food drive).
Also: We've got more town events listed in our 'OneMan Central' log (and the town events calendar is another trove of information). As for the schools, you can also check out MPS Central, which lists future district happenings, half-days and more. And if we are missing anything, anywhere, just email firstname.lastname@example.org to add an item.
Manchester Little League action is underway (with picture day scheduled for Sunday from 1-3 p.m. at Northwest Park) while MHS football players have been participating in a Leadership Seminar this off-season.
What's next: Kevin and Vito will both be headed to Camp Geiger in North Carolina for Advanced Combat Training and then both will be headed to their MOS (military occupational specialty) schools -- Vito (Engineering) and Kevin (Intelligence), both at Camp Lejeune in NC. Oorah!
ONEMANCHESTER is compiled by Jim Farrell and Paul Ofria of the school district's communications office based on contributions from people and institutions throughout town. Jim, the district's communications director, can be reached at email@example.com or 860-268-6377.