On Tuesday evening I had the opportunity to speak to the Lion’s club of Lexington about LABBB Collaborative. LABBB’s history started in Lexington in 1973 when we opened our first program on 45 Forest Street. Making connections in our community is essential to fulfilling our philosophy. LABBB has built a community both in our public schools and local businesses and we will continue to work on building these relationships that benefit our students. I want to thank the Lion’s club for inviting me to speak.