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Networking Event to Benefit Montclair HS All Class Reunion, March 9

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Montclair, NJ - The Montclair Business Partnership (MBP) is pleased to announce our latest fundraising event, March 9 from 6 PM -9 PM at Just Jakes, 30 Park Street, Montclair, NJ.

 

Please join the MBP for a night of networking and fundraising. The event will raise money to support the Montclair High School All Class Reunion (MHS ACR), which will be held on July 15-17 to reunite all Mounties to celebrate a common Montclair High School heritage.

 

“We are really looking forward to another very exciting and successful event. Those who can make it are guaranteed a great night of networking while at the same time helping a wonderful mission benefiting the Montclair community” stated Michael Potoczak of LCD Mortgage and president of the Montclair Business Partnership.

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“Since 2009, we have organized free, open, amazing summertime All Class Reunions in the park, bringing together thousands of members of all MHS graduating classes, and their friends, family and neighbors in celebration.  Through the generosity of those who’ve supported the event, we have also donated several thousand dollars in scholarships to MHS students, strengthening the bond of Mountie spirit between the generations.” said Toi Blount of the Montclair High School All Class Reunion and a member of the Montclair Business Partnership.  “The MHS All Class Reunion is a free event so that all Mounties, no matter their financial situation at the time, have the opportunity to reconnect.  Other reunions can be expensive and are often cost-prohibitive for some; keeping this event free enables everyone to attend.  Raising money to support these efforts is critical to the overall success of the All Class Reunion.  We are so appreciative of the support of the Montclair Business Partnership.”

 

The March 9 event is open to the public, and costs $15 in advance and $25 at the door. Tickets for prize drawings, donated by event sponsors, will be available for purchase. Proceeds will go to the Montclair High School All Class Reunion.  Both attendee sign-up and sponsorship opportunities are listed on the event website (https://www.bzeebee.com/events.php?id=888).

For more details on the event, contact Michael Potoczak, LCD Mortgage at 973.800.4379 or mpotoczak@lcdmtg.net.

For more information about the Montclair High School All Class Reunion (MHS ACR), contact Toi Blount at 201-776-4068 or MHSACR@gmail.com

 

 

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