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School News 21 MARCH 2017 COLLEGEPARKPAPER.COM Friends of Edgewater 2017 Golf Scramble dedicated to honoring past and present athletes Plan to join the Foundation, Edgewater Faculty and Staff, Edgewater Alumni and other Friends of Edgewater for an evening of hors d’oeuvres, drinks, music and an “Eagle Auction.” SATURDAY MARCH 4, 2017 6:30 – 10:30 pm The Rosalind Club Proceeds to benefit EHS scholarships, technology and programs designed to enhance student achievement. $75 individual ticket • $500 table of four $1000 table of eight For more information, please contact Roger Paladino at 407-765-0140. It costs over $60,000 per year to support all the athletic programs at EHS. Remembering the past student athletes who have made EHS a premier school in Orlando is also very important. One hundred percent of the profits from this event are used to offset yearly athleti expenses and to help preserve the history of athletics at Edgewater High School. EHS Athletics Golf Scramble —March 10, 2017 —8:00 a.m. shotgun start —Registration begins at 7:00 a.m. Golfers can register at ehsathletics.com. Registration includes: —18 holes, four-person scramble —Pre-scramble driving range —Breakfast registration —Helicopter ball drop —Lunch at The Tap Room at Dubsdrea —Prizes for longest drive and closest to the pin —Alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages —Hole-in-one opportunity EDGEWATER HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL Souper Bowl of Caring Star of ‘The Voice’ helps empower female students Friday, February 3, Lee Middle School participated in The Souper Bowl of Caring by hosting a soup dinner in the cafeteria. Members of the community came together to donate both food and money to the Second Harvest Food Bank to help in restocking their shelves after the holiday season. If you were unable to attend, you can still support us in our effort to help our neigh- bors in need. Ceramic bowls — made by Lee Middle School art students — are still for sale for $5.00. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. A big thank-you to Publix, Dunkin’ Donuts, Einstein Bros. Bagels and Infusion Tea for their donations. Thanks as well to the many people who donated soup to the evening of giving. Renowned vocal performing artist Sisaundra Lewis and attorney/entrepreneur Vernice Atkins-Bradley, in their efforts to give back to the community and impact the lives of children, have partnered with OCPS in the vision for Find Your Voice (FYV), a female mentoring initiative. The focus of FYV is empowering girls to find their voice and identify their purpose. Lee Middle School was proud to participate in the kickoff held at First Baptist February 7. Principal Haupt and teacher Kristy Hurst escorted 26 students and their families to this event. Mrs. Hurst will hold weekly mentoring sessions that will also include motivational speakers from the community.