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November 19, 2013

Thanks for helping Class of 2015 fundraiser

To the Editor:

The class officers, representatives and class advisors would like to thank the parents, students, faculty and staff of Amesbury High School and the community for supporting our Spaghetti Dinner fundraiser on Thursday, Nov. 7, in the Amesbury High School cafeteria.

The funds raised will help with our graduation week activity costs. Special thanks to the following local businesses who donated gifts cards for our raffle: Orange Leaf, Fiddlestix, Pizza Factory Amesbury, Louis Barber Shop, Busy Bee, Vermettes Supermarket, Carriagetown Chocolates, Trendsetters Boutique and Salon, Glow Salon, Star Nails and Essencia Spa.

We would also like to thank the Merrimack Hat Company for performing and providing us with a great evening of music. A special thanks to our hosts Krueger’s Flatbread and Olivias of Haverhill and proprietors Stephen and Susan Petrou for their continued generosity in providing the Italian cuisine for the evening.

Cynthia Yetman

Amesbury High School

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