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School News

September 27, 2012

EMS Magazine Drive

EPPING – Epping Middle School’s annual Magazine Sales Drive kick-off assembly was held on September 12. The Magazine Sales Drive serves as the school’s major fundraising event for school activities and field trips. The school receives 40% of all money earned.

Students were given packets with information on how to solicit new subscriptions and to renew current subscriptions. Tickets that can be redeemed for prizes are awarded for all subscriptions sold. Collection days were September 13, 18, 20, and 22. Students were also given postcards to send to friends and relatives not living in the local area.

Orders may also be placed online at by entering the EMS school ID# of 2694925. Online orders earn double tickets for the student sellers. Any subscriptions sold through these methods will be credited to the EMS account. Door-door selling is discouraged. Prizes will be also awarded to the top-selling grade.

Please help support Epping Middle School by purchasing magazine subscriptions. Checks should be made out to Epping Middle School. Mrs. Susan McGeough is the drive’s coordinator.

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