Madison and Harding Seniors Invited to Attend Dinner/Theater Evening, March 17th

The Madison Schools are again thrilled to extend an invite to Madison and Harding Seniors to attend the annual dinner/theater evening on Wednesday, March 17, 2010, commencing at 5:30, at Madison High School. The evening is free of charge to our guests.

This year's production is the enormously entertaining "42nd Street". The show follows the inspired efforts of a young man to mount a musical extravaganza at the height of the Great Depression. It includes such well-recognized tunes as "We're in the Money" and "The Lullaby of Broadway".

Dinner will be served by Madison High School student service organization volunteers.

Seniors interested in attending should contact Madison Borough Seniors Coordinator Edna Ierley-Byrne at 973-593-3094 by March 10th.

For further information call the Madison Superintendent's Office at 973-593-3110.

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