B-C-S Schools partner with Lateral Gig to benefit Class of 2020

May 20, 2020 | Around Ottawa County, Schools | 0 comments

B-C-S Schools received a donation of Class of 2020 shirts and face masks to be worn at Sunday’s virtual commencement ceremonies at Oak Harbor High School. From left to right are: Kate Antesberger, Katie Reinhart, Superintendnet Guy Parmigian, Dawn Hall, Ali Fox and Jaime Overmeyer.

Local screen printing and apparel company Lateral Gig, widely known for its ability to build solid company branding and to give back to the community to make it stronger, have partnered with two community businesses to donate to the Class of 2020 of Oak Harbor High School with senior class shirts and face masks for the recent commencement ceremony.

Lateral Gig LLC and NWO Propane LLC partnered to make sure each Oak Harbor High School senior will have a free senior class shirt. Lateral Gig printed all shirts with the message of “Rocket Strong” with “2020” on the back.

Lateral Gig LLC and PlannerKate partnered to raise funds to provide free face masks to all seniors, police officers, and faculty members during the 2020 commencement ceremony. Both companies sold “Babes Support Babes Bundles” to raise the funds for this donation.

“On behalf of our Class of 2020, we are very thankful and appreciative of this thoughtful donation to help honor our graduates and make our commencement ceremony extra special,” said B-C-S Superintendent Guy Parmigian.

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