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R-FH FUNDRAISER: “GOOD FUN, GOOD CAUSE”

rfh-fundraiser-220x220-3646775RFH Foundation Vice President Lisa Atallah and President Judi Tavill invite the community to support education programs at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School by attending the Fall Fundraiser.

“Good fun in the name of a good cause” is the unofficial slogan of the annual Fall Fundraiser for the Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School  Foundation, slated for 6:30 – 9:30 pm on Saturday, October 5 at Raven and the Peach on River Road in Fair Haven.

“This is a can’t-miss evening for everyone who wants to support RFH education programs,” said Foundation President Judi Tavill.

“We have terrific prizes for the ever-popular “Deal or No Deal” game, a super Silent Auction, and live music,” Tavill noted. “Student musicians from RFH will perform for the opening hour, and then the popular band Strumberry Pie will rock the party.”

The event includes a selection of hors d’oeuvres. A cash bar will also be available.

The RFH Foundation is a charitable organization founded in 2001 with the mission to help fund projects and grants proposed by RFH educators to enrich the high school education program. The Foundation has successfully completed significant capital campaigns for an auditorium projection system, a world language computer lab, and a technology lab.

Currently the foundation is engaged in raising and contributing funds to the capital campaign for the Sound and Lighting Project, which will enhance the technological aspects of the high school auditorium.

Tickets are $75 per person, and payment may be made through PAYPAL by visiting the Foundation’s web page at www.rumsonfairhaven.org/rfh-high-school-foundation and clicking on the DONATE button. Additionally, checks payable to RFHRHS Foundation may be dropped off in the RFH  Foundation mail box located in the main office of the high school at 74 Ridge Road in Rumson.

For more information on the Fall Fundraiser, contact Judi Tavill at [email protected] or 732-539-7009.

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