AUBURN — The Child Health Center’s Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentoring Program is on a “Manhunt.”

The “We’re on a Manhunt” pin campaign is a Big Brothers Big Sisters recruitment effort in partnership with the Lewiston-Auburn Safe Schools Healthy Students Initiative. The goal is to reduce the number of male “Little Brothers” on the Big Brothers Big Sisters waiting list by matching them with “Big Brothers” in the communities.

The Big Brothers Big Sisters Community-Based Mentoring Program is looking for 20 people in the Lewiston-Auburn community to commit to bring male mentors to the program.

The people who assist Big Brothers Big Sisters in the effort will agree to wear a “Manhunt” pin and bring one male mentor to the program. The potential mentors must attend an orientation session where they will receive information on the mentoring program.

Once the designated pins have been distributed and mentor orientations have been completed, a recognition breakfast will be held to celebrate. All pin wearers and guests will be eligible for a special drawing in March.

The campaign will run through Monday, Feb. 28, or until the goal of 20 men is reached.

For more information or to request a pin, contact Diane Blanchard at Big Brothers Big Sisters at 782-5437 or via e-mail at [email protected]


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