Aubrey is pictured with her sister Karli Boland who was her inspiration to raise awareness for Dyslexia. Also pictured is NDE Principal Josh McMackin, NDHS/JR High Principal Tom Walker, NDE Library Aide Annie Barbarits, and ND Development Director Brandy Setters


Aubrey Boland, Miss Notre Dame, 2017, presented two monetary gifts to the Notre Dame Schools on Aug. 29.

The first was the Bright Future Scholarship in the amount of $400 that will go to a graduating Notre Dame senior to further their education post high school, the scholarship can be used for the student to use at a university of their choice, a trade school or a business college. Applicants will be accepted starting in January 2018.

The second gift was presented to Notre Dame Elementary in the amount of $200. This money will be used to help provide materials for the media center to help children at the elementary level.

Aubrey was able to raise money through her fundraising efforts over the summer as Miss Notre Dame. She also held her community service event, Dining for Dyslexia at St. Mary’s Activity Center where she received donations toward her platform, Discovering Dyslexia.

Aubrey is pictured with her sister Karli Boland who was her inspiration to raise awareness for Dyslexia. Also pictured is NDE Principal Josh McMackin, NDHS/JR High Principal Tom Walker, NDE Library Aide Annie Barbarits, and ND Development Director Brandy Setters
http://portsmouth-dailytimes.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/28/2017/09/web1_Notre-Dame1.jpegAubrey is pictured with her sister Karli Boland who was her inspiration to raise awareness for Dyslexia. Also pictured is NDE Principal Josh McMackin, NDHS/JR High Principal Tom Walker, NDE Library Aide Annie Barbarits, and ND Development Director Brandy Setters

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