SPOTSWOOD, NJ - Brush up on your "Grease" trivia, pull out the leather jacket and save the date for the Spotswood PTA's annual spring Tricky Tray on Saturday, April 28 at Spotswood High School. This extremely popular yearly fundraiser is always well-attended and helps the organization provide family-friendly activities like the Back-to-School Ice Cream Socials as well as in-school programs such as healthy snack day and book fairs. The proceeds also go towards purchasing classroom materials for teachers at the Schoenly School, Appleby School and the Memorial Middle School.
Save The Date For Spotswood PTA's Annual Spring Tricky Tray
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