Lawrence Brook PTA Holds Mardi Gras Tricky Tray at Churchill on 3/23

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - East Brunswick’s Lawrence Brook School PTA will sponsor its Annual Tricky Tray on Friday, March 23rd, 2018, at Churchill Junior High School, located at 18 Norton Rd, East Brunswick, NJ 08816. 

Admission is $20.00 per person.  If you purchase 8 or more admission tickets together you can reserve a table.  

The PTA advises participants to reserve tickets now, as seating is limited. 

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Tickets will be sold on first come first serve basis. Guests may bring their own food and drinks (No alcohol please). This event is for adults only, must be 18 or over. For more information, to make a donation, or to purchase tickets, please call Carla Caponegro @ 732-261-4231.

 All proceeds raised at this event go towards purchasing items needed to better the children’s learning experiences at Lawrence Brook School.

 Please contact Carla at 732-261-4321 or carlacaponegro@gmail.com and a form below to school in an envelope labeled Tricky Tray Tickets” by Friday, March 9th 2018.  Please make all checks payable to “Lawrence Brook PTA”.  Tickets will not be sent home before the event date, but can be picked up when checking in at the event’s front desk the night of Tricky Tray.  Any tickets purchased closer to the event date will be subject to availability and will have to be paid only in cash or via credit card.

This event is sure to be a fun time!  Prizes range from Vacation Certificates to Walt Disney World, the Caribbean, gaming systems, HDTVs, small electronics, a Lancaster Getaway, restaurant dinner packages, store gift cards, gift baskets, theater tickets, museum tickets, a high end designer bag section featuring  Tory Burch, Coach, Michael Kors, Kate Spade, Vera Bradley and a lot more.  Cash, Credit and debit will be accepted the night of the event (no checks).  However, be advised that bills over $50 cannot be accepted. Any bounced checks will incur a bank fee.

When purchasing admission tickets, please consider the following:

  • You MUST be 18 years or older to attend. (Sorry, no children.)
  • Groups of 8 will be assigned to a table.
  • Bring your own food and drinks.  No alcohol permitted.
  • Doors open at 5:30pm.  Prize drawings start at 7:30pm.

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