Making a Difference During COVID-19

We-Are-Still-Here

The Foxboro Jaycees continue our mission of community development and trying to make our small corner of the world better, event during COVID-19

“Seniors Rock” — an idea to beautify the Doolittle Home garden with painted rocks made with love.

The idea is from Sarah LaBrache, aged 8, a student at the Igo School and daughter of Foxboro Jaycee Amy LaBrache.

Sarah’s great grandmother is a Doolittle resident. Sarah is missing being able to visit her and be in the same room with her because of the COVID-19 crisis, and understands we need to maintain social distancing, but still wants to make the seniors happy. .

The Jaycees wanted to spread some sunshine to the Doolittle Home residents in a way that is safe during this time of social distancing.

The rocks were painted by Foxboro’s young and young at heart!

The rocks were placed by two Jaycees at the Doolittle home’s Park along their walkway for their residents to enjoy

Seniors Rock!! Thank you to all who painted and donated rocks for the walking area at the Doolittle Home! And a huge THANK YOU to project chairman Sarah LaBrache (youngest Foxboro Jaycee project chairman ever!) for organizing this wonderful event and placing the rocks earlier this morning! Sarah.. YOU ROCK!!


In May 2020, the Jaycees placed these inspirational posters around town to cheer people up and let them know we are still here — the signs received great feedback and made people happy.

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