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Community Urged to Support West Orange High School Class of 2016 Via Ads in Yearbook

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WEST ORANGE, NJ – The West Orange High School yearbook committee is asking the community to support the Class of 2016 by purchasing ads in the yearbook.

In a letter to the community, Business Editor of the West Orange High School Yearbook Anita Calmday said, “We sell advertisement space in our yearbook to local businesses in order to generate funds. If you have placed an ad in the yearbook in the past, I would like to say thank you for your contribution and hope that your support continues. These advertisements not only help to finance the yearbook, but they also provide an opportunity for local businesses to advertise, while showing support for the community.”

Those interested in supporting the class by choosing to buy ad space, can either submit their own design, or the yearbook staff can design it.

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The business ad form with an explanation of the available sizes and their corresponding prices may be printed from the photo in the above photo gallery.

Completed forms should be mailed to: West Orange High School, C/O Mrs. Kiczek/Yearbook Advisor, 51 Conforti Ave., West Orange, NJ 07052, with a check made out to West Orange High School Yearbook.

“I hope that this advertisement opportunity will be profitable for both your business and the community,” said Calmday. “With your help, we can create an outstanding yearbook. Time is limited, so if you could submit your request as soon as possible, but no later than Jan. 6, 2016, it would be appreciated. Advertisements will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis and if space is still available after Jan. 6, 2016, ads will gladly be accepted.”

Send questions to anitacalmday@gmail.com or to Megan Kiczek at mkiczek@woboe.org.

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