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Let HHS Class of 2020 Do the Holiday Wrapping for You! - event Dec. 6th

by Press Release
December 4, 2018


Let HHS Class of 2020 Do the Holiday Wrapping for You!

Holliston High School’s Class of 2020 wants to wrap your holiday gifts – for free! Gift wrapping by HHS class of 2020 volunteers is happening this coming Thursday,6th and next Thursday, December 13th. Bring your boxed, unwrapped gifts to the Holliston High School Cafeteria any time between 5:30 and 8 pm. Enjoy

cocoa, a cup of coffee and baked goods while you wait for your gifts to be wrapped or drop them off but return to pick them up by 8:30 pm that same evening. Donations to the Class of 2020 are welcome, but not required! For more information, visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1004894059694771/

 

 

 

 

 

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