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Verona High School Sports Boosters Beefsteak Dinner is Feb. 3


VERONA, NJ - The 2018 VHS Sports Boosters Organization will once again be holding our world famous Beefsteak Dinner on the evening of Saturday, February 3rd.  The dinner will be hosted at the Verona Community Center commencing at 7 pm.  The evening will be a festive event of good food and good music accompanied by the ever famous gift basket extravaganza as well as the opportunity to acquire many unique one of a kind items!

The VHS Sports Boosters Organization supports and promotes all Verona High School athletic programs.  With the commitment of our parents, athletes and coaches we have been able to enhance school spirit, boost team morale and most importantly offer financial support to our teams.  Please join us at the Beefsteak Dinner to support your student athletes as this event is the single largest fundraiser for the VHS Boosters Organization for the year and allows us to gratuitously assist our coaches with financial assistance towards their athletic programs as well as provide scholarships to our graduating seniors as they head off to their respective colleges.

Tickets for the event are $50.00 each and space is limited so please purchase your tickets at your earliest convenience.  To purchase tickets please contact Michele Kiernan at 973-202-4036 or via e-mail at      

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If you personally, or your business organization, would like to make a cash or gift donation to the event the VHS Sports Boosters Organization would be highly appreciative of your generosity.  Please contact Michelle Kiernan at the contact points noted above related to your donation.  You can also contact Andy Yeates at 973-857-8212 or


Contact Person: Michele Kiernan

Phone: 973-202-4036


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