The 29-member Lefcoe Leadership Class of 2015 graduated on Wednesday, April 1. Tied with the class of 2014 as the second-largest class in the program’s history, many friendships were formed as guest speakers led the group through discussions of Portsmouth’s history, its schools, volunteer culture, and more. Despite the challenges brought by frequent snow and ice, this energetic group chose to attack two hands-on projects: the refurbishment of the buildings and grounds of Safety Town, and the landscaping of the Portsmouth Colored Community Library Museum. A new addition to the class offering this year was a specially-hosted tour of STARBASE, where participants received bright red t-shirts much like those worn with pride by the STARBASE’s students. Neat!