Victor Esposito, along with a student’s parent, built two-foot tall Easter eggs, and brought them to JMG (Jobs for Maine Graduates) student’s home where they were painted. The eggs were then brought back to Esposito. From there they were distributed throughout Vassalboro. Meanwhile, Donald, Lisa and Jessica Breton organized a paper egg scavenger hunt. There was a good turnout for the event, according to organizers.
Victor Esposito is the JMG Master Specialist at Vassalboro Community School.
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