LEWISTON – The second annual Super Bowling Saturday event was held on Feb. 3 at Spare-Time Recreation to benefit the Lewiston Education Fund. It attracted double the participants and sponsors over the prior year’s event.

The first-place team bowlers were Kathy Bourgault, Lucy Violette, Tom Giberti Jr., Thomas Giberti Sr. and Jeremy Hill. The Dream Team, defending champions, came in second: George Veilleux, Leon Levesque, Mike Sanborn, Pat Kordalski and Frank Sawyer.

Plans are under way for the third annual Super Bowling Event in 2008. To join or to become a team /lane sponsor or committee member, contact Dick Albert at Parent Insurance, 777-7337, or [email protected] or Filomena Day, 777-3232, [email protected]

The fund, established in 2002, is a nonprofit organization created to fund projects and programs that expand educational opportunities, foster creativity and enhance academic excellence in Lewiston’s public schools.

The board of directors votes on projects that are proposed through a grant application process. Visit www.lewistoneducationfund.org for an application or to view the various school projects that have been funded in the past.

The fund has granted more than $17,500 in the past year, including Project START, a new student aspirations lab opening soon at the Lewiston Middle School.

For more information about how a company can impact the quality of life in the Lewiston-Auburn area, contact Leon Levesque, board secretary, at 795-4100 or e-mail him [email protected]

The fund is building a general endowment that will provide funding for projects in schools into the future; all endowment funds are managed by the Maine Community Foundation. For more information, visit www.lewistoneducationfund.org.


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