Summer Experiences in Greater Lowell

Make a Difference in Children’s Lives.

19th Annual Martini Spring Fling
Merrimack Valley
Summer Experiences in Greater Lowell
Thursday, May 30, 2019
Vesper Country Club
185 Pawtucket Blvd
Tyngsboro, MA
5:30 – 8:30pm

Please join us for our 19th Annual Martini Spring Fling benefitting Summer Experiences in Greater Lowell (SEGL).



Come support our cause and enjoy complimentary martinis by the pool, sample delicious hors d’oeuvres, bid on exciting silent auction items, and take your chances on our wine pull.

Since 2000, SEGL has helped 30,000 local, low-income youth bridge the achievement gap through life-changing programs that expose them to the arts, increase literacy, empower them with leadership skills, and provide summer job experiences.

To learn more about sponsoring this event, contact contact Jordan Elliott at or 978-319-4803.

2019 Summer Experiences in Greater Lowell Committee Members

Kari Reinking
VP, Relationship Manager,
Commercial Lending
TD Bank

Kerry Pucillo
Assistant Director for Corporate Partnerships
UMASS Lowell

Committee Members
Joyce Leger
J. G. Leger & Associates

Bill Gilet
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Patricia Witts
Customer Relations Officer,
Eastern Bank

Lexi Bolduc
Financial Advisor,
Enterprise Investment Services

Colleen Delaney
Stargazer Creative

Cheryl Popp
Vice President, Business Development Officer

Bob Frechette
Help Desk Manager,
Enterprise Bank

Christine Hart
Independent Fundraiser

Carol Walker
Senior VP of Quality
Lantheus Medical Imaging

Lisa Taylor-Montminy
Community Benefits Manager,
Center for Community Health and Wellness
Lowell General Hospital

All of our young people deserve the opportunity to have safe and enriching summer experiences.

Community Impact for Local Youth

  • Enriching summer learning and employment opportunities
  • Building relationships with caring adults and peers
  • Developing leadership, social, academic, and job skills
  • Empowering lifelong healthy behaviors

SEGL Committee Goals

The SEGL Committee serves as an advisory and participatory body in the generation, advancement, and enhancement of key goals for the SEGL program. Committee members have raised over $1 million over the past 19 years to ensure that all youth have the opportunity to participate in a variety of fun and safe summer experiences.