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New Providence High School PTSA Tricky Tray and Fashion Show Set for March 19

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Pictured: Catherine Cirrotti, winner of poster contest, and Denise Moser, the Applied Practical and Technical Fine Arts teacher who coordinates the contest.  Credits: Kara Dobias
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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - The New Providence High School PTSA is sponsoring its annual Tricky Tray and Fashion Show fundraiser on Saturday, March 19th at New Providence High School. The Roaring 20’s is the theme for this year's event.

Just as in years past, there was a contest for an NPHS art student to design the poster for the event. This year the winner of the contest was sophomore, Catherine Cirrotti. Denise Moser, the art teacher at NPHS, coordinated the contest

The Tricky Tray part of the evening starts at 5 p.m. This year has an amazing selection of prize baskets ranging from electronics to event tickets or even a beach bike. There is also a 50/50 raffle and great foods to eat while you check out the baskets.

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The fashion show starts at 7 p.m. and it features senior students modeling formal wear and evening gowns in the auditorium that will be transformed into a scene straight out of The Great Gatsby.

The Tricky Tray and Fashion Show is the PTSA’s primary fundraiser. The money raised supports everything from Project Graduation and mini-grants supporting teacher initiatives to senior scholarships, guest speakers and staff appreciation days. This is a family friendly evening open to the entire community.

Admission to the Tricky Tray and Fashion Show fundraiser is $20 for adults and $10 for students and seniors. Tricky tray tickets are $20 for a sheet of 25.

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