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Forty-eight teams matched wits at NEF’s 7th annual Team Trivia Night held on April 1, which resulted in raising $9,000 in profit.
The top three scores were extremely close with the winning team Nerds with Friends scoring 85 points. The team consisted of Lincoln Street School staff members Peter Olson, Leigh King, Linda Broderick, and Lorie Caldicott. The Cul de Sacks team came in second place with 83 points and tied for third place was Team America: Most Best at Winning and The GoodFellas with 82 points.
The best costume award went to team Real Housewives of Northboro 1766, comprised of staff members from Marguerite E. Peaslee School
The panel of judges included John Coderre, Tom Lowe, Beverly Mulkey, Laure LeBrecque, Margaret Donohoe, and Rep. Harold Naughton.
As of April 12, 2016 – only 5 Kid spots left.
NEF invites you to its 4rd annual Mother/Daughter Princess Tea to be held on Saturday, May 7 from 2 pm – 4 pm at Algonquin Regional High School, 79 Bartlett St, Northborough.
Appearances by Ariel and Rapunzel are scheduled so be sure to bring a camera and wear your princess attire.
More info and the reservation link can be found here.
Time to brush up on your trivia. The annual NEF Team Trivia Night will be held on Friday, April 1, 2016 at the Doubletree, 5400 Computer Drive in Westborough. Doors open at 7 pm and first question is at 7:30 pm.
Register before March 15 at the early bird cost of $140 per team. After this date, the cost will increase. Spectators are welcome with a $10 suggested donation at the door.
More information can be found here.
All proceeds will benefit NEF. Your entry fee is a tax-deductible contribution to NEF, a registered 501(c)3 organization.
It’s already that time of year again, where we are making our holiday shopping list and checking it twice. No need to stress about teacher gifts though when you can purchase a Golden Apple without even a trip to the mall.
A Golden Apple certificate can be personalized at the cost of 1 for $15 or 5 for $50. This year, you are also able to add a $5 gift card to Dunkin’ Donuts or Target.
To ensure delivery by Monday, Dec. 21, please order no later than Tuesday, Dec. 15. It’s a perfect way to recognize those teachers and staff members who have made a lasting impact.
NEF awarded over $26,000 in funds to 15 grant recipients during a special ceremony held at the Northborough Free Library on Sept. 15.
Superintendent of Schools Christine Johnson thanked NEF and noted her appreciation for teachers and staff who went the extra mile to seize the opportunity to write and submit a grant and to continue to put the kids first.
NEF President Marile Borden communicated her thanks to NEF’s corporate sponsors as well as to the community and schools who have supported the numerous fundraisers throughout the year including the Golden Apple Appreciation Awards, Trivia Night, Mother/Daughter Princess Tea, Northborough Local First Ladies Night Out, and the Applefest Gala. This support enabled NEF to approve to fully or partially fund 15 grants.
Descriptions of the 15 grants that were approved can be found here. (Event photos were taken but Sue Ogar.)
Come find out more about the organization that helped to bring you the Applefest Gala, Trivia Night, and Mother/Daughter Princess Tea. Community support of events like these have helped NEF support our schools and award over $26,000 in grants this year. Find out what is being planned for the 2015-2016 school year and, if interested, how you can help. Meeting information can be found here.
Thanks to a spectacular weather forecast, we were able to make more tickets available and release the people on the Applefest Gala waitlist. At this time, we are shutting down the waitlist and no longer issuing ticket refunds. The committee is busy at work putting the final touches together… can’t wait to see you tomorrow!
The 1st Annual Applefest Gala is only a few days away! This sold-out event is shaping up to be one of a kind. We want to extend a huge thanks to all of the Northboro Local First member businesses who have donated so generously to our Silent Auction. Here’s a preview of things you will find on the auction table:
Northboro Local First and the Northborough Education Foundation invite you to join them for the first annual Applefest Gala—a night of cocktails and dancing under the stars. The event will be held at Juniper Hills Golf Course Pavilion on Friday, September 18, 7:30 pm – 11:30 pm.
Guests will enjoy a cash bar and hors d’oeuvres followed by dancing to live music provided by Jack’s Garage Band led by Jack Shanahan of Jack’s Guitar Garage in Northborough.
Tickets are $75/couple or $40/individual through August 15 and $50/person after that date. They can be purchased online at www.ApplefestGala.eventbrite.com or in person with cash or check made payable to NEF at Beezer’s (277 Main St., Northborough) or LalaJava (290 W. Main St., Northborough).
Cocktail attire is requested and a silent auction will be held. All proceeds from the event will benefit NEF.
The Gala will kick off the annual Applefest weekend which is scheduled for September 18-20, 2015. Applefest is an anticipated community celebration that organizes fun family events all weekend including a parade, dessert bake off, 5K road race, apple pie café, street fair and car show.
Organizers of the Gala include Northboro Local First (NLF) and the Northborough Education Foundation (NEF).
Northboro Local First is a collaborative effort by local, independent small business owners, community members, nonprofit organizations and all stakeholders of the Northborough community to help build and maintain a vibrant and local economy in town. For more info, visit www.northborolocalfirst.org.
The Northborough Education Foundation is a non-profit organization which provides Northborough public schools and the community with resources necessary to improve curriculum, programs and services above and beyond the level supported by the annual school budget. For more information on NEF, visit www.northboroughed.org.