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The students of the Los Alamos High School Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps would like the community to assist their program by not just opening their wallets, but your mouths.
The monthly Barbecue Brisket Night kicks off Thursday, remaining a steadfast fundraiser for more than three years.
The menu will include barbecue brisket, a vegetable, potato, roll and dessert for $10 and will be served at the Sheriff’s Posse Lodge, from 5:30-7 p.m.
LAHS Booster Club President Brenda Kelley explains how the fundraising opportunities throughout the community will help teams with their participation at competition.
“This allows the instructors to concentrate on core instruction and training they provide to the cadets,” Kelley said. “The value gained by the additional activities can be measured by the many trophies, awards, ribbons and other formal recognition but the biggest and best prize is the positive experiences provide to the cadets.”
The training and experience offered through the programs provides students with hands-on opportunities from serving others to achieving personal goals that fill lifetime learning experiences.
For more information about the program, call 663-3227.
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