LISBON HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR David Judd, right, one of the top fundraisers for the class of 2014, assists Principal Kenneth Healey, left, before holiday break with a deadline orientated task. Healey had the opportunity to make the holidays a little brighter for some by drawing the three winners of the school’s Downeaster Train Raffle project. The firstplace winner of two round trip tickets to Boston was Steve Bard, father of senior Tyler Bard; second place was a gift book of movie passes worth more than $200 at Flagship Cinemas, awarded to Larry Harkins; and the third prize, a Ghirardelli chocolate gift basket, was awarded to Sharon Blackman. Members of the Lisbon High School class of 2014 were able to deposit nearly $700 to their Project Graduation account thanks to the generous donation of train tickets by the Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority, which students raffled, along with other items, as a fundraiser. Committee members attribute the success of their project to the community support from Food City, Lisbon Federal Credit Union, and the Lisbon Transfer Station for allowing students the opportunity to sell tickets on the weekends.

LISBON HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR David Judd, right, one of the top fundraisers for the class of 2014, assists Principal Kenneth Healey, left, before holiday break with a deadline orientated task. Healey had the opportunity to make the holidays a little brighter for some by drawing the three winners of the school’s Downeaster Train Raffle project. The firstplace winner of two round trip tickets to Boston was Steve Bard, father of senior Tyler Bard; second place was a gift book of movie passes worth more than $200 at Flagship Cinemas, awarded to Larry Harkins; and the third prize, a Ghirardelli chocolate gift basket, was awarded to Sharon Blackman. Members of the Lisbon High School class of 2014 were able to deposit nearly $700 to their Project Graduation account thanks to the generous donation of train tickets by the Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority, which students raffled, along with other items, as a fundraiser. Committee members attribute the success of their project to the community support from Food City, Lisbon Federal Credit Union, and the Lisbon Transfer Station for allowing students the opportunity to sell tickets on the weekends.

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