We hosted a hugely successful Pumpkin Festival this weekend, raising over $22,000 for Camp Sunshine. Please congratulate event chairs Glennie LeBaron and Ariel Silverman as well as the following committee chairs. They have worked diligently for many months to make this event happen.
Alex Chiocca, Andrew Black, Cameron Schluter, Devon Parker, Kelcie Levin, Will McNamara, Whitney Sins, Natalie Cutter, Avery Tomaso, Melissa Barbosa
Thank you to all who came to support the students.
Weston High School is running its twelfth annual Pumpkinfest on October 14, 2017 12-4 pm on the Weston Town Green. The event raises money to support Camp Sunshine, a year-round, cost-free retreat in Casco, Maine for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families. There will be face painting, pumpkin carving, a costume contest, pumpkin trebuchets (pumpkin chunkin’!), and live entertainment. This year’s fundraising goal is $20,000. If you can’t make the event, you can donate online here:
This annual October event on the Town Green raises money for Camp Sunshine, a camp in Maine for children suffering from life threatening illnesses.
Camp Sunshine, set on Lake Sebago, has the distinction of being the only program in the nation whose mission is to address the impact of a life threatening illness on every member of the immediate family – the ill child, the parents and the siblings.
Since its inception, Camp Sunshine has provided a haven for over 30,000 individuals from diverse cultural and economic backgrounds. The money raised from the festival this past Sunday will allow almost 30 families to attend the retreat for one week.