Amy Calvin is a runner. She does 5k, 10k, and half marathons for different causes. In the past she has joined Team N Training for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to raise money for cancer. This year she will be running the Denver Half Marathon. This marathon benefits the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, plus the American Cancer Society.
Corey Delta’s Receptionist, Charlene Dungo helps her younger sister with her school color guard team. She gets the girls ready by doing their hair & makeup & also drives them to & from their competitions. Charlene supports the team by participating in bake sales, where the team raises money for their uniforms. This past year, the Sullivan Elementary Color Guard Team participated & performed in the Veterans Day Parade. Charlene was also there in support of the team. The team recently took 1st place in a competition that was held at Rodriguez High School just a couple weeks ago.
Rosalyn Fisher supports high school sports and feels it’s a great way for kids to stay healthy, learn discipline and work as a team. Due to recent budget cuts in the Fairfield/Suisun Unified School District, many of the athletic program budgets were cut. Rosalyn does her part to keep sports in schools by fundraising, transporting kids to and from games and is always the biggest cheerleader in the crowd. Go Team!
Stacey McEuen is a huge supporter of Benicia High School Grad Night, a safe and sober event for Senior Grads. This year she will help with everything from the planning stages to pick a theme for Grad Night and onto specific committee’s to create and decorate for the event itself. It takes months of planning for Grad Night and she is fully involved from the beginning of each school year till the event takes place. Last year’s theme was “To Infinity and Beyond” a Toy Story Theme. She encourages everyone to get involved in your children’s school. The children really appreciate the attention we show them.