Community Foundation and FosterAdoptConnect to recognize graduating seniors April 18
HANNIBAL, Mo. — The Community Foundation and FosterAdoptConnect will recognize area graduating seniors with a dinner at First Methodist Church, Tuesday, April 18.
Graduating students from Hannibal, Mark Twain, Monroe City, Palmyra, Bowling Green, Highland and Louisiana high schools and their caregivers will attend the dinner. In addition to recognizing the graduating seniors, the program also will recognize and thank caregivers and families for their support and involvement with foster or kinship children.
This event is not open to the public.
Licensed foster parents are required to keep a memory book for each of the children in their care. This book is usually in paper format and pictures can become torn or lost. To preserve their memories in a more permanent form, each student will receive a free MYLIO account. A MYLIO account is a program that manages an individual’s photos and videos, providing a lifetime of memories that are cataloged in one library accessible on all the devices of each individual account holder.
FosterAdoptConnect’s mission is to provide foster and adoptive children a stable, loving and nurturing family environment by support and advocacy for abused and neglected children and the families caring for them.
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