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Family Trivia Night Fundraiser for PHS Band Boosters

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Trivia Night - PHS Bands Credits: PHS Bands
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PARSIPPANY, NJ - The PHS Band Boosters are hosting a Family Trivia Night fundraiser on Saturday, February 10th at the Parsippany PAL! All ages are welcome!  

Teams of 8 will compete to see who comes out on top with categories that span a broad range of topics. Gather your own team or we can team you up. 

Doors open at 6:15, bring your own food and drinks (no alcohol permitted), trivia begins at 7. Mini tricky tray, 50/50, and more fun throughout the night!  Boosters will supply paper goods and dessert/tea/coffee.  

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Get your tickets before 1/31/18 for the best pricing:

  • Adults $20
  • Children 8-18 years old: $12
  • Children 7 and under are free
  • Save with a Family Pass - 2 adults and up to 4 children for $60 before 1/31/18

Effective 2/1/18 and pricing at the door:

  • Adults $25
  • Children 8-18 years old $15
  • Children 7 and under are fee
  • NO Family pricing after 2/1/18

Get your tickets here:  phs-bands-trivia-night to pay with credit cards or contact Betty Wyka - betty.wyka@gmail.com to pay by cash or check.  

Our mini tricky tray will have a limited number of higher value baskets, tickets will be sold at the event.

If you would like to advertise in our program, contact Betty Wyka betty.wyka@gmail.com. $30 for a 1/4 page, $50 for 1/2 page, $75 for a full page. Info/artwork due no later than 1/31/18. 

The PHS Band Boosters goal is to support the activities of the PHS Bands throughout the year. Funds raised go towards activity support and scholarships. 

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