LaLiberte Donates Pumpkins to the Madeline English School

Standing in the truck left to right: Mark Mayo, Trevor LaLiberte, Al Lattanzi, Juliana Ferguson, Adam Aitmessaoud-Vaca, Jasmine Stevens, and Emily Rodrigues. Standing in front of the truck, front row left to right: Briana Sequeria, Lindoln Barrett, Kenneth Francis, Giovanni Marques, Emely Pineda Coto, Alison Martinez, Melisa Aguilar Gutierrez, and Marilyn Sosa Ramos. Second row: Superintendent of Schools Frederick F. Foresteire, Principal Theresa Tringale, Frank Cafarella, Kenneth Giannelli, Assistant Superintendent Kevin Shaw, Michelle Crowell, Janet Colameta, Kristen Bairos, and Assistant Superintendent Charles Obremski. Third row: Alfred Lattanzi and Joseph Dunbrack.

Standing in the truck left to right: Mark Mayo, Trevor LaLiberte, Al Lattanzi, Juliana Ferguson, Adam Aitmessaoud-Vaca, Jasmine Stevens, and Emily Rodrigues. Standing in front of the truck, front row left to right: Briana Sequeria, Lindoln Barrett, Kenneth Francis, Giovanni Marques, Emely Pineda Coto, Alison Martinez, Melisa Aguilar Gutierrez, and Marilyn Sosa Ramos. Second row: Superintendent of Schools Frederick F. Foresteire, Principal Theresa Tringale, Frank Cafarella, Kenneth Giannelli, Assistant Superintendent Kevin Shaw, Michelle Crowell, Janet Colameta, Kristen Bairos, and Assistant Superintendent Charles Obremski. Third row: Alfred Lattanzi and Joseph Dunbrack.

The Madeline English School held its Fall Festival on October 12, a great event made even more special thanks to Trevor LaLiberte of TDL Landscaping, Inc. for his generous donation of more than 200 pumpkins to students families.

Every family that attended the fun-filled event received a free pumpkin to take home and decorate in time for Halloween. Guests also enjoyed apple cider, donuts, and hayrides. The successful celebration was made possible by the efforts of the entire English School community, including the PTO, staff, students and their families.

Mr. LaLiberte is the founder of Eco-Friendly Futures, a program designed to help students develop an appreciation for the environment through planting and tending vegetable gardens.

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