DORCHESTER — On January 28, 2018, Project 351 celebrated the Class of 2018 with an event at the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum.
The nonprofit organization brings together eighth-grade students from each city and town in the state together as a way to build communication and create a dialog.
Among those who supported Project 351 at the event were: Gov. Charlie Baker and his wife, Lauren; the Kennedy Library and Gourmet Catering; Sam Carson and Amanda Keller; Lisa Hughes of WBZ-TV, and 2018 Service Heroes; Honorary Dean Charlie Rose; the visionary leaders and teams at our five service impact sites; and a beloved statewide community of alumni, families, educators, nonprofit partners, Peter Pan bus drivers, investors, and champions.
All photos are by Mike Casey.
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