Our Community Partners truly make a difference! 

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Easton High School is very pleased to recognize Rise Up Coffee Roasters as their Community Partner of the Month! In addition to sponsoring the Rise Up Student of the Month and Teacher of the Month, they have been a tremendous supporter of multiple staff recognition initiatives. And besides providing fantastic coffee, Rise Up is just a very cool place to hang out!

David Adams receives community Award

Mr. David Adams of Preston Self Storage has generously supported Easton Elementary School - Moton fundraisers and has provided much needed free storage space at his business!

Frank Divilio receives community award

Mr. Frank Divilio - State Farm Insurance Agent is always willing to meet any need that arises at Chapel District Elementary School, which has included working with the Bryan Foundation to secure the funding for new soccer goals. Mrs. Divilio is a tremendous support as well, serving as a RISE volunteer and also helping out whenever and wherever she is needed.

Dr. John Louis receives community award

Dr. John Louis is recognized for his generosity towards Easton Elementary-Dobson! His practice sponsors classrooms, and he teamed up with his staff and patients to donate backpacks filled with school supplies for our students! 

We are so very grateful!


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