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May 8, 2014

Middle School Dance

PLAISTOW - The Knights of Columbus of Plaistow/Atkinson/ Newton/Kingston will be holding their 9th and final Middle School Dance of the school year for children in the 6th, 7th and 8th grades on Fri., May 16. The Knights have been running these dances for well over 20 years.

The dance is open to all children in these grades regardless of their school district. The dance is held at St Luke’s Church Hall (formerly Holy Angels) on Rte 121, near the Haverhill/Atkinson line. The dance runs from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. The admission cost is $5.00. Tickets are sold inside the Hall starting at 6:35 p.m.

The children are expected to show up in proper attire (school type rules apply). There is a concession stand with cold drinks and snacks available. There will also be a number of prizes given out. The dance is well chaperoned with 20+ adults and there is also a policeman on duty inside the dance. Please note that if school in the Timberlane School District is cancelled due to weather conditions on the day of the dance, then the dance will also be cancelled and there will be no reschedule date.

For more information about the dance, please feel free to contact Peter of the Knights at pmrpjs6@hotmail.com or 382-4315.

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