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South Brunswick High School Project Graduation Flea Market This Saturday

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SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - SBHS Project Graduation will be sponsoring its annual Flea Market with a Used Clothing Drive and Used Book Sale on Saturday, May 9, 2015, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The sale will be held in the front parking lot of South Brunswick High School, 750 Ridge Road, rain or shine. If it rains, the market will move indoors to the SBHS cafeteria. The cost for renting a space (approx. size - 2 parking places) is $20.00. 

Spaces are still available.  If you are interested in renting a space, please email Theresa Smith ldysmth@comcast.net or Joelle Quinones, jrquinones@comcast.net for more information.

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Spaces will be rented on a first come, first serve basis.  Applications are also available on the Project Graduation webpage of the South Brunswick District website at www.sbschools.org/schools/sbhs/parent_groups/project_graduation.

The Project Graduation Committee will also be selling Mother's Day flowers and plants – just in time for Mother's Day on Sunday!  

In addition, check out the Used Book Sale that will be held in the SBHS cafeteria during the Flea Market event. Come and have a great time shopping while helping to keep our seniors safe on graduation night!!

On your way to the Flea Market, drop off your used clothing at our Used Clothing Drive! We will be collecting wearable and usable clothing for men, women & children, shoes, belts, and bags, linens and soft toys.

Project Graduation will receive a donation for the total poundage that is collected.  Please put items in well tied plastic garbage bags and drop off the bags curbside by the SBHS gym entrance.

Project Graduation is an all-night, tobacco, alcohol and substance free event which takes place on graduation night, which all eligible, SBHS graduating seniors are invited and encouraged to attend.

It is an annual, honored, South Brunswick high school tradition since 1992 and is supported by both the South Brunswick Municipal Alliance and South Brunswick Board of Education.

On graduation night, participating seniors board busses to The Funplex in Mt. Laurel, where they can enjoy a safe, supervised, graduation night celebration with their peers, filled with food, friends and fun

Project Graduation provides a safe alternative to party hopping – it keeps all of the graduates off of the roads, prevents any of them from becoming an accident statistic and allows their parents to rest more easily, knowing their son or daughter is celebrating in a safe, chaperoned environment.

Between 80-90 percent of graduating seniors attend each year.

 

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