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March 20, 2014

Successful Sale

EPPING —Epping Middle School students, faculty, and staff raised over $6800 to help defray the cost of educational field trips with the recent Calendar Fundraiser. For $10.00, those who purchased calendars were eligible to win 31 prizes ranging from $50 to $500. Drawings are being held daily during the month of March. Winners will be notified by the Middle School office. Thank you to the students, families, and faculty who helped sell calendars to defray the cost of trips at EMS.

The top student sellers in each grade, Dawson Wilson (8), Emily LeBlanc (7), and Molly Gallagher (6) each won $100 for their efforts. Students and staff were challenged to sell five calendars during the months of January and February. The following students met this goal as members of the “High Five Club”: Grade 6: Evan Altbergs, Mikayla Berger, Avalon Brown, Derek Dixey, Laura Duguie, Molly Gallagher, Ryan Glass, Jacob Hanson, Alexis Kailey, Oakley Lustenberger, Karissa Martin, Hayden Miller, Ava Montalbano, Trevor Montes, Hannah Priest, Mackenzee Rancati, Madison Rancati, Amar Sappal, Isabella Snyder, Jacob Van Amburgh, Nathan Webber, Faith Williamson; Grade 7: Hunter Bullock, Emily Finney, Meghan Galante, Shawn Hill, Emma Jackson, Ryan Johnson, Kristina Langdon, Jenna Lavoie, Emilie LeBlanc, Matt LeBlanc, Adam LePage, Megan Marasca, Nathaniel Marshall, Cerys McCabe, Megan McFadden, Mercedes Nash, Allison Nee, Casey Needham, Topher Peck, Kylee Pinkham, Michaela Sable, Abigail Soldani, and Anthony Spinelli; Grade 8: Keelin Berger, Everett Brown, Emma Coolidge, Maylee Gagnon, Parker Holt, Kiley LaFond, Anthony LoCasio, Kam Martin, Stephanie McDonald, Becky Milbury, Douglas Nadeau, Cat Poulin, Sam Prince, Michael Rainford, Alec Silva, Tyler Wall, Kayla Wells, Caleb West, Dawson Wilson.

Administration would like to send a special thank you to faculty members for all of their efforts during this fundraiser.

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