Local “Superheroes” attend Superhero Field Day
Yesterday’s post on Superhero Field Day highlighted the series of events for the day and the activities; today we’ll focus on the different “Superheroes,” that visited our students on this fun-filled day.
Rogers & Gray, an incredible community partner, enlisted three staffers to help Iesha and Kara (of Latham Centers) with face paint and temporary tattoos. This restful station is always a crowd pleaser as each student walks away with either a temporary tattoo (Superhero themed in 2017), or a unique face paint design. After the event, Mark Carrick of Rogers & Gray said, “Thanks again for having us today, it was a lot of fun for us and we are always happy to help, and love seeing the kids laughing and smiling!”
Additionally, Captain Eldredge and Officer Rice of the Brewster Police Force visited the kids, and watched the campus-wide enthusiasm. Students approached them throughout the afternoon and thanked them for their good work in our community. While Captain Eldredge received copious amounts of Superhero drawings from the “Aquaman Take a Break,” water and coloring station, Officer Rice received a spirited “Hello,” from long-time friend Ben D. After the event, Captain Eldredge wrote, “Thank you again for having us over today! Officer Rice and I enjoyed our visit. Kudos to the entire staff for putting it together.”
Thank you to all our local heroes who support our residents every day, especially Rogers & Gray and the Brewster Police Force. We couldn’t do this life-changing work without you.