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Westford Academy Last Night Volunteers Needed


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WASA/Last Night 2015 will be one last chance for the graduating WA seniors to spend the evening together as a group at an all-night, substance-free celebration. The WA Last Night Committee is aiming for 100% participation in this event beginning at 10:00 PM on Friday, June 5th, 2015. It takes over 200 volunteers and many, many generous donors to make this evening a success. Parents of all students, including juniors and underclassmen, are encouraged to volunteer. Your participation now will help strengthen

(photo by Cheerio Neal)
(photo by Cheerio Neal)

the event for your future graduate. General donations are accepted, as are class-specific donations. The graduates receive a gift sponsored by donations from the freshman class. Sophomores contribute gift cards or money to purchase gift cards, which are used as prizes during the event. Juniors have a tradition of creating a Junior Trunk, containing appropriate items for graduates going off to college or on to new jobs. Meetings are held in the WA library at 7:00 PM the first Wednesday evening of each month. The next meeting will take place January 7, 2015.  All Westford parents are welcome to attend. For more information, please contact lastnight@wasa-ma.org. To volunteer, contact Volunteer Coordinator Todd Westerhoff at volunteers@wasa-ma.org. To donate, please send your donation to: WASA/Last Night 2015, PO Box 668, Westford, MA 01886. All gifts are tax-deductible under IRS code 501(c)(3), section 170. And, if your company has a donation matching program, please support WASA/Last Night.  Your company will be recognized as a corporate sponsor!  Thank you for your support!

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