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SYFS Gala to be held Saturday, Feb. 23

Shrewsbury – The 9th Annual Shrewsbury Youth & Family Services, Inc. (SYFS), Gala – “Thirty Years of Community Caring -? has been rescheduled for? Saturday, February 23, 6 p.m. in the Salem Commons at St. John's High School. The event will honor the four Outstanding Youth of Shrewsbury Award recipients: Kristen Grip, Nick Silverio and Jennifer Tylock, all of Shrewsbury High School and Aaron Hayden of St. John's High School.

The event was originally to be held Feb. 9 but was postponed due to the weekend blizzard. ?As a result, registration has reopened until Friday, Feb. 3.? To learn more about sponsorship or to purchase tickets ($85.00 per ticket) contact SYFS at 508-845-6932 or visit www.syfs-ma.org.

SYFS officials also requests that guests who unable to make the new date contact the office by Friday, Feb. 15 so that they may have an accurate headcount.

In addition to the four youth recipients, SYFS will also honor Bob Jacques, the 2013 Harry S. Cutting, Jr. Award recipient.

SYFS officials noted they are “especially pleased” to welcome back as Presenting Sponsors – Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. and Paul Mitchell-Hair Lines; Gold Sponsors – Fallon Community Health Plan, Wagner Motors, Webster Five Cents Savings Bank Foundation; and Outstanding Youth Awards Sponsor – Central One Federal Credit Union and Sachs Jewelers, the Dazzling Diamond Drawing Sponsor.

Hank Stolz from WCRN 830 will once again serve as emcee and dining will be provided by Pepper's Fine Catering. ?A three tier dazzling diamond journey pendant will be raffled off courtesy of Sachs Jewelers. Chair for the event is Shrewsbury resident Michael Gregory.

 

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