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2010-01-21 / Front Page

The Students of the Class 2013 Kick Off “Remember Me Brick Campaign”

The Lexington Grad Bash Class of 2013 is sponsoring a special fundraising campaign called the “Remember Me Brick Campaign” that they hope will enhance the Lexington ISD High School campus as well as raise funds for Grad Bash 2013. They are inviting everyone to join them by having your name “cut in stone”.

The goal of the Lexington Grad Bash Class of 2010 is to have all of Lexington represented - past, present and future LISD graduates, employees and community supporters.

Three different sized bricks can be engraved with your name, your child, grandchild, business, a dear friend, or as a memorial. Those who participate can include the year you graduated/will graduate from LISD, the years you taught at LISD, the activity you participated in, being an Eagle Supporter, or any other message you would like to have engraved.

One of the parents involved in the campaign, Karen Wren, said, “As parents we are always searching for ways to leave a heritage for our children. Our hopes are this fundraiser will be a way for the Class of 2013 to give all of us that opportunity and at the same time allow them to give back to the school.”

The bricks will be set in at a place of honor at the APK Gym/Eagle Stadium area. For more information, go to page A3 of today’s Leader or get with any current student of Lexington High School who will graduate in 2013 or call the LHS office.

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