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Madison Music and Arts (MMA) Holds Fundraiser For Student Programs

From left, top row Jake Jordan, Gavin Mock, instrumental teacher Adriana Adkins, Chrisian Fassnacht, Max Flores, bottom row Scott Spelker, Alexa Leo and Alexandra Reigle

MADISON, NJ- Madison Music and Arts (MMA) is hosting its 7th annual fruit sale fundraiser running Oct 22 through Nov 30, marketing the program with the catchy phrase "Orange you glad Madison Music and Arts fruit sale is on now?"

The organization is hoping to again sell a lot of fruit.

The MMA is a volunteer based organization that advocates and raises money for the Madison Public School District supports the K-12 grade student music and arts program.

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“It’s the most important sale for the MMA. It helps us support our program for the students and promote the music and arts in the public schools,” said Elizabeth Ferranti, of the MMA.

“In the previous years we’ve had a good response to our fruit sale," she added . "We are hoping to continue with the tradition."

In past years the MMAs fruit sale fundraiser has funded grants and allowed for the purchase of over a hundred musician posture chairs.

"Funds have also been used as seed money to reinstate the Madison Junior School fall play. As well, the MMA has advocated for the ongoing Madison High School auditorium renovation in collaboration with the Madison Board of Education," said Ferranti.

Fruit can also be ordered to donate to those in need during the holiday season. For seven years the MMA has added this option, donating to local Morris County agencies.

Fruit pick up will be at Madison High School on Dec. 14.

To order and donate visit

For further information on ordering, please contact Margaret Wong at 973-769-3269,




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