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Summit H.S. Boys/Girls LAX Fundraiser Set for Feb. 27

SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit High School Boys and Girls Lacrosse Team fundraising event will be held February 27 at the Summit Elks Club, from 7:30 p.m. to midnight.
Guests will enjoy an evening of food, drinks, and music, with admission priced at $75 per person, and $50 for 'Young Alumni" who graduated in the year 2000 or later.
A silent auction will be held during the event, and a special raffle item -- a "Under The Tuscan Sun" seven-night stay in Manciano, Italy -- has just been offered, with just 100 tickets priced at $100 each available.  To purchase a ticket for the "Under The Tuscan Sun" raffle, contact any Summit High School Lacrosse Team player, or Deb Glynn via Kadysmom46@aol.com.
Ticket purchases and donations totaling $200 or more that are received by February 15 will be recognized in the event program as follows:
$200 - Bronze Patron
$300 - Silver Patron
$400 - Gold Patron
$500 - Platinum Patron

For tickets to the event, make a check out to SMLAA, and mail to SMLAA, P.O. Box 1352, Summit, 07901.  Tickets will also be available for purchase at the door the night of the event, and attire for the evening is casual dress.  The Summit Elks Club is located at 40 Maple Street.

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