CarriageTowneNews.com, Kingston, NH

April 18, 2013

Bunny Breakfast a Hoppin' Success


Carriage Towne News

---- — Bunny Breakfast a Hoppin’ Success

This warm thank you goes out to everyone who helped make this year’s Easter Bunny breakfast a resounding success. We had almost 500 people attend. They enjoyed a warm breakfast, got their picture with the bunny and participated in crafts and face painting.

Comments received from guests included “Thank you. It was well organized and delicious.” as well as “Loved seeing the kids (honor society members) involved in this event. A true community event in Epping.”

As you can see this family event is certainly appreciated by our community but it couldn’t have happened without our volunteers! We had over seventy volunteers for this event including members of the boy scouts troop, Epping Elementary, Middle and High School National Honor Society, teachers from the elementary school, Timberlane Regional High School National Honor Society and our PTO parents.

The EES PTO would like to thank the following corporate sponsors for donations of products for our event: Starbucks of Epping, McDonald’s of Epping, Churchills Gardens in Exeter, Ace/Ben Franklin of Raymond, Stop & Shop, Shaw’s, MarketBasket, Hannaford, Walmart, BJ’s wholesale club, and Sam’s Club. The following businesses in Epping supported our event by advertising on our placemats: Checker’s Barber Shop, Hogarth County Day School, Bodywise Physical Therapy, Green Earth Baby Works, TMD Services, Brian’s Automotive, Gatchell Excavation, the law office of Kathryn Williams, Symmetry Tile Works, Tiger Lilies Floral Boutique, Jennylooms.com, WrapToBeThin.com, Legal Shield, Green Meadow Hydroseeding, Telly’s, Chapman Electric and Mr. Appliance. We also received additional advertising support from Westaff in Portsmouth, Access Walk-In Injury Clinic in Exeter and their new facility in Raymond, Today’s Collision Repair Center in Chelsea, Liberty Mutual in Exe! ter, Ski93 Trips in Raymond, and Discover Chiropractic in Merrimac and Epping. Please shop these businesses and mention that you saw their names at our event. A listing of all businesses is available on our website: www.epping-pto.org.

We raised over $3000 for the PTO to continue to provide busses for field trips, Eagle Day shirts, and other contributions to our teachers, their classrooms and, most importantly, our students. Again thank you for your on-going support of our PTO, our elementary school and our students. We look forward to seeing you again next year!

Heather Clark, Chairperson

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny Committee

Epping Elementary PTO