Class 28 has always stepped up to a challenge:
“During our class year, we worked with the Salvation Army and furnished one of the transition apartments for one lucky family, provided bus passes for them to get back and forth to work, and supplied a Toys R Us gift card to help provide their child with an extra special Christmas.
Upon graduation, we collected enough funds that we could provide an incoming participant to Class 29 with a full scholarship in honor of our Class Chair, Nancy Cattarius.
After graduation, the class has always been on the lookout to help their fellow classmates with their charitable endeavors by supporting special events.
In addition, Class 28 has participated in each class challenge that LLAA has arranged and proudly took 2nd place in the last class challenge by raising enough funds to purchase over 100 jackets for the HEARTH (Homeless Education Advocates Restoring The Hope) project of the Polk County School District.