BANGOR – We all have those embarrassing high school stories.
“Freshman year I really did not know anyone at this school and I actually tripped and I feel down the ramp knocking a few people down with me I got up and I walked away went to my next class and after that I kind of put it out of my mind the next four years,” Bangor senior three sport athlete, Rowan Andrews, said.
Andrews’ high school experience lives eternally in ‘The Oracle.’
“To see how much have people changed just to remember all the good times that we’ve had,” Andrews said.
“At the game where Bangor High School won it’s first football game in a number of years, playing Brewer in softball I have never felt energy on the softball field like that before,” she added.
The biggest four years of her life and the rest of her classes life are documented on every page, which is why she’s doing her part to ensure everyone can remember their ramp story or crosstown rival showdown.
“Me and my mom were sitting at the kitchen table and we knew that there were a number of Bangor High School seniors that couldn’t purchase a yearbook and we kind of made a post on Facebook and that kind of took off from there,” Andrews said.
In one week, Andrews has raised a little over $5,000 and counting, enough to purchase 60 yearbooks. Andrews said 100 Bangor High School seniors weren’t able to purchase a yearbook.
“I was so surprised to see the number of people reaching out to see who wanted to get a yearbook a lot of them didn’t really know anyone who goes to Bangor High School but they really wanted to help out any way they could,”
Andrews says donations can still be made with every dollar contributing to a timeless memento.
“It’s not just to remember 2020, but to remember the last four years here cause those have been memorable just like this year,” she said.
If you are interested in donating you can make check out to Bangor High School and send it to the school, or make a donation online.