Our thanks to Dan Warren for mentioning Project Graduation and providing a little bit of history of its importance in his weekly column, Spurwink River Packet. I’ve had the honor of being involved in Project Graduation for three years and had the privilege of graduating my first child in the Class of 2008. Project Graduation is designed to make graduation night a safe, fun, chemical-free celebration for the graduating class of Scarborough High School. As a parent of a graduate, I can say I had no worries on graduation night, as I knew my daughter was safe.

Our major fundraiser is the upcoming auction on March 21 at the Scarborough High School Cafe. This great evening begins with a Silent Auction from 5 p.m.-8:15 p.m. followed by the Live Auction at 7 p.m. The theme of this year’s auction is “A Night at the Movies” with Auctioneer Scott Macomber and a few other special guests walking the red carpet. Join us for a night of fun featuring many wonderful items to bid on, along with lots of food and entertainment by some local talent. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5. For a preview of auction items, which is updated daily, please check out our website at www.shsprojectgraduation.org.

Parent solicitors are currently contacting local businesses for donation items. If you have not been contacted, but would like to donate an item or make a cash donation, please contact me at 885-5399.

We appreciate your support and hope you’ll join us at the auction.

Donna Guerette

Scarborough


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