2nd Annual Courageous Steps Back to School Drive date set to take place at Governor's Restaurant at the end of July
The Courageous Steps Project will be holding it's 2nd Annual Back to School Drive at the Old Town Governor's Restaurant at the end of July.
The exact dates have not yet been determined, but will be determined later this week.
Flyers will be handed out at the Courageous Steps Scholarship Fund Benefit Dinner also at the Old Town Governor's Restaurant on Tuesday July 21st.
Courageous Steps Project Benefit Dinner date set for Tuesday July 21st, at the Old Town Governor's Restaurant
On Tuesday July 21st, the Courageous Steps Project will be hosting our first annual Scholarship Fund Fundraiser at the Old Town Governor's Restaurant.
From 4pm to 8pm, when you eat at Governor's, 10% of your proceeds will go towards the Courageous Steps Project scholarship fund.
We encourage you to also make an extra donation if you can to support the Courageous Steps Project Scholarship Fund, and other Courageous Steps Project endeavors.
If you have any questions about the fundraiser, please contact Connor Archer at: email@example.com.
Please also visit our Facebook page for immediate updates about the Courageous Steps Project Scholarship Fund Fundraiser.
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On Wednesday June 17th, Connor Archer was present at the RSU #34 June school board meeting, where he serves as a student representative for RSU #34.
RSU #34's Special Education Director Kimm Kenniston mentioned the recent Courageous Steps endeavors, from founder Connor Archer. Kenniston mentioned the $1,000 given to the RSU #34 special education department.
RSU #34's superintendent, David Walker, then commented on Connor's success. He mentioned the scholarship awards night that Connor was present at. Walker expressed his gratitude, along with the entire board.
On Saturday June 13th, founder Connor Archer, went to get donations from local green houses. He was able to get a variety of flowery plants, along with some vegetables for the garden. He probably received around $150 to $200 worth of plants on Saturday.
On Sunday June 14th, Archer went over to the Green House Nursery School, to clean up the gardens, and plant the flowers and vegetables received yesterday. Archer created some beds to extend the garden, and started to move things around in the gardens. He plans on going back over to the Green House on Saturday June 20th, to continue this year's work.
Archer's plan is to have more landscaping businesses sponsor the Green House Nursery School Project, so he can continue some upgrades with the gardens.
To view the gallery of the Green House Gardens Donations Day, please click here:
Green House Gardens Donation Day - Saturday June 13th
To view the gallery of the Green House Nursery School Project 2015, please click here:
Green House Nursery School Project 2015 - Sunday June 14th
The Courageous Steps Project donates $3,000 to local programs helping young children with challenges; Archer announces technology expansion at Green House Nursery School
On Friday June 12th, Founder Connor Archer donated money raised from the Courageous Steps fundraiser to 2 organizations that benefit young children with challenges in our community.
The majority of the money went to the Green House Nursery School once again in Milford to support their program. Founder Connor Archer, handed off a check of $2,000 to director Lynn Faerber, who was speechless once again about the big donation.
Archer also announced a big technology expansion that will be occurring at the Green House Nursery School this summer. This includes making a new website, the purchase of new iPads for staff to use with the children for speech & language purposes along with activities in the classroom. There are other plans with the technology expansion as well. The project will cost a large sum of money, but will be done throughout the next few years, and Archer is looking for any substantial donations to the project if possible.
After Archer's big announcement at the Green House, he went over to the RSU #34 Special Education office at Leonard Middle School, and delivered a check for $1,000 to director Kimm Kenniston, who was not expecting the donation. Part of last year's money, helped buy an iPad for a little girl learning how to speak. Kenniston says she already has plenty of ideas for the use of the money for next year.
The Courageous Steps Project has a few more donations to make with some left over money from this year's Courageous Steps fundraiser. That will be announced on a separate date in the coming weeks.
If you are interested in donating to the Courageous Steps Project, please visit our donations page to find the form that should be sent in along with your donation to Old Town High School. All information is included on the form. You can also email Connor Archer with any questions.
Feel free to view our gallery of pictures taken on this day, by clicking here:
Courageous Steps 2015 Recipient Day #1 - Friday June 12th, 2015
Courageous Steps Project founder Connor Archer presents $900 to graduating seniors at Old Town High School as part of Courageous Steps Scholarship Fund
The Courageous Steps Project's founder Connor Archer, presented the first Courageous Steps Scholarship Fund money, to three Old Town High School seniors on Thursday June 11th. Meghan Ellingwood, Jamie Lynne-Lemery & Brandon McGinn each received $300 towards their post-secondary education.
Archer, throughout the night, donated $900 to Old Town High School seniors going on their post-secondary education paths.
In July, The Courageous Steps Project will be hosting a scholarship fundraiser at Governor's Restaurant. All proceeds will benefit the scholarship fund for next year's graduating senior class at Old Town High School. If you want to donate, but can't make it to the fundraiser, please visit our donations page to find our donation form. All information is included on the form.
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Courageous Steps Project fundraiser held at Governor's - 8/9/16