Historical Society's "Slavery in New England" Sunday, March 26 at 2:30

COMMUNITY TRIVIA BEE

by Press Release
February 13, 2017

Enthusiastic trivia buffs from Holliston's schools, businesses, civic groups, community organizations, and neighborhoods will compete to win the Bee to become the "Top Trivialist of Holliston," and support HEF.

The Holliston Education Foundation (HEF) will be hosting the COMMUNITY TRIVIA BEE
Friday, March 10th, 2017, Holliston High School Library 6:30 P.M.

Enthusiastic trivia buffs from Holliston's schools, businesses, civic groups, community organizations, and neighborhoods will compete to win the Bee to become the "Top Trivialist of Holliston," and support HEF.

HEF is proud of its record as a catalyst for excellence and innovation across all levels of education in the Holliston schools. Our focus is support of higher education for our high school students, promotion of teaching excellence, and funding of dynamic teacher-initiated projects that enhance learning in our schools. The Bee is a key component of HEF’s future funding for these efforts.

There are several ways that businesses can participate (a participation form is available at www.hollistonedfoundation.org):

 Bee on a trivia team. Each team of students/adults pays a tax-deductible entry fee of $100 to compete in the Holliston Bee.
Bee a sponsor. Local businesses, organizations, or groups of individuals are invited to sponsor the Bee or pay a team’s entry fee of $100. Business sponsors will be listed on our web site and acknowledged in our printed program.
Bee in the audience. Suspense and silliness reign, making the Bee entertaining for children and adults alike. Join your friends and neighbors! Admission is free.

The participation form and fee are due on or before March 3rd, 2017.

Contact by email to Info@HollistonEdFoundation.org with any questions or forms.

 

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Comments (2)

Does HCAT have any videos of the last trivia events? Would be good to see them. I think the first one was taped but not sure of the others.

- Millie Kampersal | 2/16/17 9:33 AM

This event has been really fun. I'm glad to see it's coming back. Hope a lot of community members will participate!

- Erica Plunkett | 2/13/17 11:03 AM

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