Do you know what happened when local 5th graders were given:
- 100 popsicle sticks,
- some white glue,
- strong science classroom instruction, and
- a boost of expertise from local design & engineering firms?
Building Bridges 2015 happened, that’s what! The event took place at Forestview Middle School this past Monday evening with over 600 people in attendance. Check out this crowd! Students, parents, & community members carefully examined bridges in the Aesthetic Category before casting their vote:
Then everyone was able to watch the testing for the Strength Category which is always a good time…
…filled with excitement…
and, this inevitable sound: “CRUNCH!”
Check out what is left at the end of the testing phase:
The night wraps up with the announcement of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place teams in each category. A big congratulations to this year’s winners!
This event is one of our favorites each year & such a fun way for our community to come together to raise awareness of the “bridges” we are building for families every day at Bridges of Hope to fulfill our mission:
To build bridges of support, anchored in Christ’s love, between families in the Lakes Area and the community assets that can help them thrive & gain hope.
That is good stuff. And, we couldn’t do it without the cooperation & support of ISD 181, Mr. Danielson, Ms. Knutson, Mr. Trout, Mrs. Harrison, and these incredible sponsors:
Thank you for helping us build Bridges!
- Want to see all the pictures from the event? Check out our Facebook Page!
- To learn more about the services we offer and how we build bridges for families in the Lakes area, please visit our website.