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Madison High School 11th Grade Tricky Tray Event Scheduled for October 19th

MHS 11th graders Sydney Schreck, Oliver Dines, Stuart Schaenen and Jett Tom display some of the baskets which will be on offer at the Junior Class Tricky Tray on October 19th. Credits: Schaenen
 

Madison High School’s Junior Class  Presents

 “Summer Daze” Tricky Tray and Silent Auction

 

Madison, NJ (September 12, 2017) -- On Thursday, October 19 from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm, the Madison High School Class of 2019 will be hosting their Junior Class Tricky Tray, with a “Summer Daze” theme.  The public is invited to the event, which will take place in the MHS cafeteria, located at 170 Ridgedale Avenue, Madison, NJ.

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“This annual event promises to be a fun night for all,” notes Margaret Wong, co-chair of the event.  “Attendees can win some great prizes or cash while enjoying food, friends and supporting the junior class.”

Most baskets are valued at a minimum of $50 and include gift certificates for downtown stores, local restaurants and the Short Hills mall.  Admission for the event, which includes one sheet of 10 tricky tray tickets, is $25 per person in advance and $30 at the door. Additional tickets for the basket raffle and 50/50 drawing can be purchased at the event with cash or personal checks.  Desserts and refreshments will be served. Guests should feel free to bring food for their table and those attending as a group may reserve a table in advance by contacting madisonhsclass2019@gmail.com

To purchase advance tickets, please mail a check payable to Madison Board of Education.  Write Class of 2019 in the memo, and send to Helen Eisenberg, 38 Park Street Apt. 10-E, Florham Park, NJ  07932.

Proceeds from the October 19 Tricky Tray and other activities throughout the junior year will help offset the cost of senior year events, including the prom, senior dinner banquet, graduation caps and gowns, the graduation gala, and the senior class gift.

 

 

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