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Peaslee School seeks business sponsors for 50th birthday party

Northborough – Marguerite E. Peaslee Elementary School is celebrating its 50th year in the community of Northborough. As part of its huge milestone, the 2013 Kids” Fair, to be held Saturday, April 6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., will have a “Birthday Party Bash” theme.

The school's Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) is currently seeking business sponsorships for the fair. Each sponsor will be recognized with a prominent display on the day of the fair, as a sponsor throughout the year on the PTO website with a link to its website, sponsorship acknowledgement in the Kids” Fair post-event press releases, and at the end-of- the-year Birthday Celebration Event that is currently being planned.

A cash gift of $50 for 50 years is suggested; however any amount that is donated will be appreciated and benefits the PTO, organizers said.

The PTO provides invaluable educational opportunities such as educational enrichment programs, academic grants and school-wide reading initiatives throughout the school year.

Forms can be found on the PTO website at www.peasleepto.com and should be completed to include company name, contact, address, website, email and phone. Forms and contributions should be mailed by March 6 to Peaslee Kids” Fair, 31 Maple St., Northborough, MA 01532.? Checks should be made payable to Peaslee PTO. Logo artwork should be emailed to Maribeth Grandpre at maribethgrandpre@gmail.com; she can also answers questions about the fundraiser.

Peaslee Elementary School is a tax-exempt, charitable organization under 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. Qualifying donations are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.

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