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Our articles illustrating the enrichment of the grants; student achievement(s);
the activities of the GMEF and profiles of the GMEF members.
 
 
 
MVP Doyle leads Indians past Wave, 14-13
 
TURNERS FALLS — Quinn Doyle left little doubt as to who should be crowned the Most Valuable Player on Turkey Day.
The Turners Falls High School junior running back rushed for 215 yards and one touchdown and returned an interception 62 yards for another score, and the Indians made it five wins in a row over rival Greenfield High School with a 14-13 victory at the Bourdeau Fields Complex in the 89th Thanksgiving Day game between the two teams.
 
 
 
 
 
Congratulations to our Winners at the Annual Block Party
 
 
Backpacks
Starrli Bell - Sheffield Elementary School - Grade 2
Heaven Smith - Sheffield Elementary School - Grade 3
 
Pair of Tickets to the 11th Annual Gala
Heather George - Montague
 
 
 
 
WE ARE THANKFUL FOR
 
OUR 'BOYS IN BLUE'  
28 - 14 WIN --  Making a 3rd Consecutive Victory over the Green 'Wave"
 
and
 
OUR 'AWESOME CHEERLEADERS'
 
 
 
OUR CONGRATULATIONS to
The Gill-Montague Regional School District!!!
 
"Removed from Level 4 Status”
 
 
Mitchell D. Chester, Ed.D
Commissioner of Elementary & Secondary Educaton
 
 
 
 
 
 
GMEF Makes Enrichment Gift for Accessible Swing Project
 
 
Members of the GMEF Board of Directors have discovered an opportunity to invest in the future, make a  difference in the lives of children,  choose positive actions and take on a responsibility that has given them the privilege of serving our youth.  With that philosophy in mind, at their June meeting, the Gill Montague Education Fund voted unanimously to make an ‘Enrichment Gift” of $500 to “A Friend to Friend - accessible swing project.” in support of their $15,000 goal.  The swing will be the only one of its kind in Franklin County and will join only a dozen of its caliber in the United States.    
 
 
 
 
2013 TFHS Graduation
 
 
An orange rose (class color)  was a gift from the GMEF to each graduate.  
They were presented by Kaitlyn Miner and Carol Gloski in memory of Sandy Miner.  
The graduates then went into the audience and gave their rose to a special person in their lives.
 
 
 
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In   Memoriam
 
 
 
October 30, 2012
Sandy Miner, President of the GMEF
Her energy, heart and support were the foundation of our success
 
 
 
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2012 Annual Block Party
Enrichment Give-aways at the Block Party
The GMEF participated in the Annual Block Party on Saturday, August 11th.
Visitors to the booth were offered a 'free ticket' to sign up for the 3 Enrichment Give-aways.
Two backpacks - each filled with school supplies and a gift certificate to the Wagon Wheel
Girls - Hannah Bogusz - Grade 7
Boys - Bryce Hammond - Kindergarten
The third give-away, a gift certificate for 2 tickets to the 9th Annual Gala, was won by Riley Howe
 
 
Congratulations, Hannah!
Hannah

 

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GMEF Float Promotes "Home for the Holidays"
 
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