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Music Parents Association of Clark Sponsoring Tricky Tray

CLARK, NJ - The Music Parents Association of Clark is sponsoring its first annual Tricky Tray on Thursday, April 1 in the Arthur L. Johnson High School cafeteria. The high school is located at 365 Westfield Avenue in Clark.
Tickets for a wide variety of raffle prizes (gift cards to restaurants, jewelry stores, supermarkets, theatre and sporting event tickets, family attraction certificates and valuable gift baskets) will be sold to the public between 4:30 and 8:30 p.m. there is no entry fee to participate and winners need not be present at drawings to win. Drawings will begin at approximately 8:30 p.m. Complimentary coffee and tea will be served.
Winners not present will be contacted by April 2 to arrange prize delivery. 
The Music Parents Association of Clark (MPA) is a nonprofit organization formed to provide physical and financial resources to support music education in Clark schools. Despite extensive research showing the significant benefits of music education, many districts have downsized or eliminated music programs due to budget constraints. Fortunately, the Clark school district still offers students an outstanding, comprehensive music program, and the MPA is committed to continuing its success. 

The music program is led by a team of outstanding instructors who motivate their students to strive for excellence and instill in them a lifelong love of music. The annual All-School Band Bonanza concert also takes place at ALJ High School April 1, from 7 to 8 p.m. Tricky Tray ticket holders are also invited to attend the free concert to hear our talented our elementary, middle and high school bands each perform a few musical selections. Raffle drawings will begin in the cafeteria following the concert. 
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