Students from Anglophone North School district in the Bathurst and Janeville area assisted in The Spirit of Christmas for vulnerable seniors with support exceeding over 270 recipients, many still residing in their own homes. Support included packing food items, baking, fundraising, shopping and decorating as a pay it forward gesture during the holiday season.
The Rotary Club of Bathurst and Superior Middle School are proud to introduce the first middle level Interact Club in the province. Approximately 30 students are participating and have already volunteered for The Spirit of Christmas, a local project for seniors. They have also begun to work with the Lesotho Africa global initiative.
Interact is a service club for youth ages 12 to 18. Members of the Rotary Club of Bathurst mentor interactors on a weekly basis to plan, organize and implement projects that helps their school or community.
Rexton area schools have developed a wonderful partnership with the Rexton Lions Nursing Home. Each school has a program that allows students the opportunity to visit the residents and spend a little one on one time with them. Mrs. Warman, Community Schools Coordinator has been taking students from EWG Middle School weekly, after school, to visit the seniors for 7 years! They make crafts, decorate cookies, record stories, help with special events and on the occasion play a game of bingo.
Anglophone North prides itself on the many programs and volunteers it sees each week at all area schools throughout the district. Rexton Elementary is no exception and is very grateful for the wonderful support it receives with it's ELF Program. RES has many dedicated volunteers and one in particular is sending out a challenge to other Veterans across the province to get involved! Robert (Bob) LeGoff is past District Commander of Northumberland/Kent District and past President and member of the Richibucto Legion Branch #30.
A portion of our school’s nutrition programs are proudly funded by Breakfast for Learning. Thanks to their support, we are able to offer our students a healthy meal or snack during the school day. Breakfast for Learning is a national charity that is committed to ensuring students attend school well-nourished and ready to learn, giving them the best chance of success in life. In the 2016-2017 school year,
The New Brunswick Youth Orchestra is looking to find additional billeting host families who can provide two nights of bed & breakfast for a minimum of two (2) NBYO members on Friday, December 2nd and Saturday, December 3rd. Billeting hosts will be welcomed to the Sunday, December 4th NBYO concert with complimentary tickets. The NBYO concert is on Sunday, December 4th at 2 PM in the James M. Hill Memorial High School Auditorium.
Tickets for the event may be purchased locally at the Boys & Girls Club, Scotts Pharmasave, and the Brookdale Flower Shop.