The Safe Grad Committee for West Hartford’s Hall High School has scheduled multiple upcoming fundraisers to support the annual post-graduation party, including a ‘Healthy Happy Hour’ event at the Mandell JCC in West Hartford on April 1.
A group of dedicated parents is finding creative ways to raise funds for Hall High School’s graduation party, which is set for Tuesday, June 14. Safe Grad Night is a fun and substance-free annual tradition at Hall, where seniors enjoy theme-inspired entertainment, music, and food while safely celebrating an important milestone with friends and classmates.
Whether or not you are part of the Hall High School community, please join in the fun by participating in one or more of the following fundraisers taking place now through late May:
- March 30, Harry’s Bishops Corner. Join us for lunch, dinner or takeout and help raise some dough.
- April 1, Healthy Happy Hour at the Mandell JCC (335 Bloomfield Ave). A Friday evening combo of fun fitness, spa, appetizers and cocktails. RSVP to [email protected]. Suggested donation of $35 per person.
- A.C. Petersen Farms Restaurant (240 Park Road). Order “The Blue” ice-cream cone, dish, sundae or milkshake!.
- Liquid Nirvana Juice & Smoothie Bar (39E Main Street, Avon). Order either one of these healthy acai bowls – Nirvana Bowl or Nirvana PBJ Bowl – use code HHS 22.
Another popular tradition is annual lawn flocking where families can surprise a student, teacher, neighbor or friend with a bright pink set of Flamingo lawn ornaments. Flocking is a fun way to celebrate birthdays, graduations, or anniversaries! Order flocking, lawn signs or register a Hall High Senior for Safe Grad night here.
“The support this year from volunteers, parents and the community has been outstanding,” said Kim Howe, Safe Grad co-chair. “This is an especially big year for celebrating our seniors and we are excited to create a special theme-inspired night for them and their friends to remember.”
A team of parent volunteers turned trash to cash last Saturday, March 19, as they collected more than 10,500 cans and bottles to recycle, in addition to over 3,000 pounds of clothing to redeem.
If you have any questions feel free to email at [email protected].
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