The Courageous Steps Project founder Connor Archer, and the Old Town Recreation Center's leaders group teamed up to deliver supplies to eleven area schools. Eighteen schools will receive supplies from the 3rd annual organization's back-to-school drive.
They first started off at the Veazie Community School, and slowly made their way to Orono and Old Town schools. Every school received at least one box, and a package of tissues.
The Courageous Steps Project is hoping to expand our back-to-school drive efforts next summer in the Ellsworth region to benefit more schools and students in the state of Maine.
Archer will make trips to Holden, Eddington, Dedham, Orrington, Glenburn, and Greenbush, to deliver supplies to those schools.
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Last Updated on Sunday November 28th, 2021 at 11:28am
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