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Academy of Our Lady of Peace Hosts 22nd Annual Tricky Tray March 18

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - The Home School Association of the Academy of Our Lady of Peace is pleased to announce that it will hold its 22nd Annual Tricky Tray Fundraiser on Friday, March 18 at new venue - Westminster Hotel located at 550 West Mount Pleasant Ave. in Livingston.
 
OLP’s Tricky Tray has the reputation of being the best in the area. Each year we host a sold out event, with more than 450 people in attendance. All proceeds will directly benefit our school. 
 
 
Dinner Tickets will be $65/person and include a formal sit down dinner and $20 free basket tickets. There are 230 donated prize baskets valued from $100 to $1000 which will be raffled off throughout the night. The night also boast a huge 50/50 raffle and last year's winner took home OVER $2000! There will be “Special Raffle Baskets" and the "Grand Prize" raffle for $1200 worth of Visa cards.
 
For additional information please visit the school website at:
www.theacademyolp.org

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