Successful fundraiser for Roxbury Weston Programs

successful-fundraiser

Roxbury Weston Programs celebrated the theme “We Are All a Piece of the Puzzle” at its annual spring fundraiser on May 14, hosted by the Board of Trustees and planned by co-chairs Alix Mackey, Kelly Komola and Katy Harding.

Board president Pam Martin spoke about the impact the program has had on her children and on the lives of so many others, and CATCH (Children Achieving Through Community Hope) after-school program teacher Leslie Jordan spoke about the history of this important program.
Current parents, alumni, teachers, supporters and friends mingled outdoors under a festive tent and enjoyed a delicious dinner catered by Sweet Tomatoes food truck.

Mark Whitworth, a current parent, served as emcee for the live auction and enthused the crowd to support the program.

Roxbury Weston Preschool is housed in the education wing of First Parish Church in Weston, and the CATCH after-school program for children in grades K to 6 is located at the Church of Christ in Roxbury.