School service project keeps giving back

MEREDITH — Levi McAllister took on his school service project that keeps giving back. Levi is an engaging, 10 year old young man, who attends the Lakeland School in Meredith. Levi, with the help of his mom and dad choose the Captain Douglas DiCenzo Camp Fund as his schools service project.
Levi and his baseball team, the Concord Cannons, decided to see how many push-ups they could do in 5 minutes. He sent out letters to all his teammates to get them on board and tell them about his project. Levi was able to raise $375 from friends, family and his teammates. He paid that money forward by giving it to the Captain Douglas DiCenzo Camp Fund.
The Camp Fund supports children with scholarships to attend camp. The Camp Fund was established in 2006, when Captain Douglas DiCenzo, a Plymouth native died in Baghdad, Iraq. Levi was very proud of his accomplishment and helping so many children.

Levi McAllister of the Lakeland School in Meredith helped raise $375 the Captain Douglas DiCenzo Camp Fund. (Courtesy photo)