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Hastings School hosts fundraiser at McDonald's

Tyler Keogh and Connor Lambert enjoyed smoothies and

Tyler Keogh and Connor Lambert enjoyed smoothies and “happy meals” with Ronald McDonald.

Westborough -? The Hastings Elementary School Parent Group Council hosted a special fundraiser at the McDonald's restaurant located at 166 E. Main St. (near Routes 9 and 30) June 11. ?For several hours, members of the school's staff “took over” the restaurant, greeting and serving all patrons. All profits from that time period were donated to the school, according to council member Corrie Marino.

“The owners, Lori and Joe Ruscito, generously made this offer to us,” Marino said.

Photo/Fallon Keenan

Tyler Keogh and Connor Lambert enjoyed smoothies and

Tyler Keogh and Connor Lambert enjoyed smoothies and “happy meals” with Ronald McDonald.

With a little help from the McDonalds staff, teachers and faculty of the Hastings School took care of the customers.

With a little help from the McDonalds staff, teachers and faculty of the Hastings School took care of the customers.

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