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April 5, 2013

Trivia Night to support schools May 4

The Haverhill Foundation for Excellence in Education will hold its semi-annual Trivia Night on May 4 in the galleria at Maria’s Family Restaurant, 81 Essex St.

Check-in begins at 6:30 p.m. and the competition starts at 7 p.m. The entry fee is $25 per person. Teams of two to eight members are required to register and pay the entry fee in advance at www.HaverhillEducationFoundation.org or by calling 978-697-5620 for a registration form.

First prize is $300, second prize is $100 and third prize is $50. There will also be a special Haverhill round with a prize of $50. The last Trivia Night had a standing-room-only crowd. The event raised nearly $4,000 to help support Haverhill public schools.

The foundation is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization which supports programs and projects in the schools. The Haverhill High Model U.N. team, the Discovery Club after-school and summer program, and the Robotics program have received support from the foundation. The Trivia Night is sponsored by Pentucket Bank, Haverhill Bank and the Haverhill Firefighters Union. Additional sponsorship opportunities are available by contacting the foundation at hfee@comcast.net or 978-697-5620.

Fire association plans bingo night

GEORGETOWN — The Erie Fire Association No. 4 Inc. will host its next bingo night on April 18 at 474 North St.

Doors open at 6 p.m. Play starts at 7 p.m. and includes 16 regular games. Minimum admission is $4 for six cards. Additional cards are three for $1. Four special games include two 50/50 games. Door prizes will be drawn. Refreshments include hot dogs and free coffee.

Hair Cutterys take part in Easter Seals

Hair Cutterys across Massachusetts, including the salon in Haverhill, are participating in the Easter Seals’ “Make the First Five Count” campaign to support early identification, early intervention and screening services for children.

Customers can donate in any Hair Cuttery salon and Hair Cuttery will match every donation made up to $10,000. Every year, more than a million young children enter school with unidentified developmental delays and disabilities that put them far behind their peers. Easter Seals created Make the First Five Count to engage parents and caregivers around the importance of early identification.

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