As a special way to commemorate what would have been Skylur Spagone’s Senior Year, the fund hosted a class day at the movies.
Earlier this year, Peter Spagone, Jr., met with the students, explaining his idea. The fund would sponsor something fun for them, but also asked if the class of 2016 would come up with a contribution that would give back to the town.
The class decided to raise funds to help longtime custodian, Tony Lepine, construct a bench in memory of his daughter, Becky Lepine, who died of cancer at 24-years-old. The bench will be placed at the GWM Middle School.
A great day for a great class!
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Class of 2016 for allowing me to be involved in a few events during their senior year. This would have been Skylur’s senior year as well, and as difficult as it has been at times, it’s been a pleasure and honor meeting so many outstanding students. I commend them on their admirable commitment, not only to each other, but also to the Town of East Bridgewater. We will be sorry to see them go, but will celebrate their successes and wish them well as they embark on their bright futures.”
Peter Spagone, Jr.
Quote from Spagone Fund’s Facebook Page