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Our Lady of Peace Tricky Tray Tickets are Now on Sale

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The Academy of Our Lady of Peace (OLP) will hold its 23rd annual Tricky Tray Fundraiser at 6 p.m., on Friday, March 10, at The Westin Governor Morris in Morristown.  

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.  Tickets can be purchased by visiting www.theacademyolp.org. Seats are selling out fast so be sure to buy your tickets soon. Anyone with questions should contact kerry@npfloods.com.

In addition to a huge 50/50 raffle (last year's winner took home $1,500!!), there are many high end prizes. Categories include, but are not limited to, electronics, sporting event tickets, dinner gift certificates, jewelry, home decor, toys, and much much more! With over 230 baskets and amazing door prizes...there's something for everyone. 

Check out the photo gallery to see just some of the prizes.

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