For the second straight year, the Kenston Bomber football team participated in the Help Me Learn Day, which is coordinated by Geauga County Job and Family Services. The Help Me Learn Day helps children in the Geauga County and Bainbridge area by providing the needed school supplies for the year. When two-a-days started, the Bombers were collecting school supplies in order to help with the cause. Brian Marein said, "This is really a great opportunity for me to help give back to this great Kenston community. It was a good feeling knowing that I helped to give a little kid the resources to succeed in school."
On Monday, August 18, Torry Treu, Steven Heintel and Kyle Weemhoff took the collected supplies to the community center and helped set-up for the big event. Not only did the Bombers donate supplies, the team also helped pass out and participate in the event on Tuesday, August 19. The football team went to the Chagrin Falls Park community center (in shifts of ten players) to pass out the supplies to all the kids. The Kenston football team hopes to make this a yearly event. They want people to know that they are not only winners on the field, but also off the field.