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NEF thanks Northborough community

The Northborough Ed Foundation (NEF) held its Second Annual Quiz Night on Friday April 1 at Cyprian Keyes Golf Club. The winning team was “Let's Look It Up,” which was represented the Northborough Free Library. “Let's Look It Up” teammates Vin and Marjorie Femia, Deborah Hersh and Ellen Church bested 30 other teams to take home the 2011 championship.

NEF would like to thank the 31 teams for their outstanding turnout. The positive energy in the room was tremendous, the game play exciting, and the final outcome hotly contested. The increase in team participation from 13 teams in year one to 31 registered teams in year two is indicative of the fun and competitive atmosphere of Quiz Night. The creativity shown in the various costumes and team names added to the festive spirit of the night. The NEF is truly grateful for the involvement of all the participants and we eagerly look forward to planning next year's edition of Quiz Night.

NEF would like to thank its corporate sponsors for supporting Quiz Night, which include: Alexander, Aronson, Finning & Co., CPA's and Melfa Wealth Management.

NEF would like to thank the following Northborough families who sponsored questions: the Reilly family, the Forbush family, the Leonard family, the Jankovich family, the Smith family, and the Stone family. NEF also offers our thanks to all the families and organizations that contributed to the raffle gift baskets.

NEF would like to extend a thank you to Cyprian Keyes for hosting Quiz Night, as well as Gillis Landscape and Nursery for providing the flowers for the centerpieces. A special thanks goes out to our talented emcee, Art Duffy, and our judges Karen Scopetski, Tom Lowe, and Rep.- D Harold Naughton, Jr. Finally, the NEF would like to thank our Quiz Night Committee members Sue Seppa, Tracy Duffy, and Sylvia Travis.

The proceeds from the Second Annual Quiz Night will be allocated toward funding multiple project grants throughout the school system. These projects will be administered by the dedicated Northborough teachers and will positively impact literacy, physical fitness, as well as the music and special education programs among others. Explanations of the funded projects will be announced shortly on the NEF website, located at www.northboroughed.org, a site that was designed and developed by students at Algonquin Regional High School.

The Northborough Education Foundation (NEF) is an independent, non-profit organization whose purpose is to enrich, enhance, and extend support to the Northborough public schools, Algonquin Regional High School, and the greater community of Northborough. NEF is a membership organization staffed by volunteers and governed by a Board of Directors, all of whom live in Northborough. While the Foundation is an entity separate from the public schools, its activities are conducted in close coordination with school faculty, staff, and administration. The Northborough Education Foundation is a tax-exempt charitable organization under 501(c) 3 of the Internal Revenue Code. All qualifying donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Best regards,
Northborough Ed Foundation Board

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