Souhegan High School Project Graduation 2014 thanks you
To the Editor:
On June 13, approximately 160 graduates from Souhegan High School attended the 2014 Project Graduation celebration at the Hampshire Dome. Project Graduation is an all-night, organized, substance-free, adult-supervised, post-
graduation party. Thanks to all of our corporate sponsors and community donations and support, the graduates enjoyed a wide variety of entertainment, activities and food throughout the event. Many prizes were awarded during the evening, including televisions, tablets, dorm refrigerators, printers, wireless speakers, gift baskets, dorm accessories and many gift cards to local restaurants and retail shops. It was a wonderful and safe way to celebrate graduation, and it would not have been possible without the tremendous generosity of the community. The SHS class of 2014, along with the 2014 Project Graduation committee, would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their generous donations and sponsorship. In addition we would like to recognize the many volunteers who set up, cleaned up and staffed the Project Graduation event – it truly was a community effort, and we thank you for your donation of time and effort!
Business donations: Hampshire Hills, Party Vision LLC, AAMCO Total Car Care, Allstate Insurance – Jim Parolin, Amherst Orthodontics, Amherst Physical Therapy, The Pie Guy/Burnley Family, Chili’s, Ciardelli Fuel Co., Clark and Leighton, P.C., Community Action for Safe Teens, Countryside Self-Storage, Dr. Edward Klopfer, Orthodontist, Dr. Joseph Raczek, O.D., Dunkin’ Donuts, First Colebrook Bank, Hairthurium salon-Michelle Hennas, Hitchiner Manufacturing Co. Inc., Dr. Kenneth G. Edwards, DDS, Orange Leaf, Seasonal Specialty Store, Shaws, Souhegan Lighting Products LLC, Subway of Milford, swissknifeshop.com, Taggart Ice Co., Texas Roadhouse, Uno’s Chicago Grill, Walnut Hill Marketing – Keith Thompson and Zahn’s Alpine Guest House.
Individual contributors: Ann Dean, Bo Dean, Cheryl Kearney, Chris Horton, Debra Clarke, Deirdre and Edward Aten, Denise and Jay Jacobs, Dick and Mary Lefebvre, Elizabeth Kellndorfer, Ellen Cunis, Jim and Debbie Velino, Jane Nilles, Jeff and Olivia Kibbie, Jim and Kelly Amrein, Jim and Michelle Emmond, Jim Farrow, Joanne and Bill Zeolie, Judy and Tom Quinn, Karen and Edward Germond, Ken Fordham, Laurie Doiron, Leslie Dionne, Lise Fluette, Louise Hyuck, Martin Nevrla, Mary Ann Kuhnert, Mike and Deb Brisebois, Mike and Gail Foley, Mike and Mickey Larivee, Mr. and Mrs. Sparks, Patti and Greg MacDonald, Paula Garvey, Peg and Ward Bennett, Robert and Jennifer Young, Robert Campbell, Robert Rohrer, Jr., Rolf and Cheryl Carlson, Scott and Susan O’Connell, Steve and Jode Cavanaugh, Steve DeFilippo, Stuart Schagrin, Suresh and Nupur Nair, Susan and Paul Smith, Vicki and Dirk Richardson, William and Veronica Foley, the Brackett Family, the Dix Family, the Learned Family, the Mackenzie Family, the Noble Family, the Quinlan Family, the Tuthill Family and anonymous donors.
A special thank you to Vicky Leknes, Karen Urbanik and Officer John Smith who chaperone the entire event from 9:30 p.m.-5:30 a.m. every year. Your experience, enthusiasm and expertise are greatly appreciated.
THE SOUHEGAN HIGH SCHOOL PROJECT
Jim Belanger and Vinny Silvestri (co-chairs), Meg Dworkin, Lisa Maresco, Michelle Caraccio, Patty Casey, Helen Schweizer, Peg Bennett, Bonez Dupre, Louise Huyck, Susan Durling, Wendy Kolopsky, Ellen Grudzien, Christina
DeCesare Len, Nancy Protzmann, John Smith, and many others who helped along the way.