, Salem, MA


November 24, 2012

Letter: Thanks from Up All Night


We would also like to thank the following individuals and Beverly High School Families who donated funds or time to sponsor this event: Albee, Ball, Boland, Bonugli, Brown, Carr, Casale, Cowans, Decker, Delaney, Dodge, Dumas, Flannery, French, Gomes, Hannon, Hickey, Kallas, Koenig, Leathersich, Leclerc, Lewis, Lomonte, McHugh, Michaud, Mitchell, Mizer, O’Donnell, O’Shea, Ortins, Paddol, Page, Pritika, Rennick, Robertson, Salmonsen, Scouras, Silvestri, Spencer, Wheatley. Please forgive any omissions.

This event would not be possible without the fantastic chaperones who stayed “up all night:” Stacy McHugh, Mercene Perry, Kathy Carnevale, Danielle Filtran, James Aaron, Liz Howland, Judith Yarossi, Dean Jennings, Suzanne Beaudoin, Jeanne Chan, Barb Fecteau, Katherine Mullins, Barbara Healey, Beth and Paul Coz and Pam Sweet.

We look forward to continuing this unique partnership with the community to support future high school graduates. The committee will be meeting this fall to plan the 2013 event. Please contact Jeanne Puopolo-Chan, if you are interested in joining the planning committee or would like to contribute to this event.

Dianne Salmonsen,

Joanne Flannery and

Cindy Halpern

Up All Night Committee

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