Bearcats to paint the town on first day of school

Do you have an odd job you need done? Don’t have the manpower or ability to get the job done? Let the Burlingame Junior-Senior High School Bearcats help you out with getting that job checked off of your to-do list.

This year as part of the school’s ongoing commitment to creating positive relationships in the community, students are going to spend the afternoon of the first day of school, Aug. 16, 2018, doing community service projects around the Burlingame area.

The school is inviting residents to submit an outside project for consideration. Students and staff members will be assigned to come to their home and work on the job free of charge to the resident. Projects need to be doable in about an hour and a half, and the applicant must supply any materials or supplies needed for the job.

To submit a project for consideration, email Chandra Dunbar at [email protected] or Tammy Baird at [email protected]. Include your name, phone number, project location, type of project, how many people would be need to complete the project, and any special skills that might be needed like carpentry or painting.

All applications are due by Aug. 10, 2018, to be considered. Projects will be accepted in the order they are received and as manpower and ability permits.

For more information, contact Dunbar or Baird at the school, 785-654-3315.

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