THINGS COMING UP!
The grand prize winner of the One Book One Community’s Young Authors’ Conference’s T-shirt Contest was Noah Sansone! Noah's design will be on the T-shirt for the conference scheduled to be held on April 1, 2017. All T-Shirt design winners will receive a gift card courtesy of Broad Street Books in Branchville. Please watch for further information and registration for the young Authors Conference coming soon!
ONE BOOK, ONE COMMUNITY!
This year’s One Book, One Community event will culminate with the Young Author’s Conference.
See details below about the book titles and the date for the conference.
The website: (currently under development) https://sites.google.com/a/hpregional.org/one-book-one-community/?invite=CNP5mcIC&pli=1
Theme: The Story is the Gift
Culminating Event: Young Author’s Conference on April 1, 2017 @ Frankford School
BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION!
FRIENDLY REMINDER THAT THE MARCH 1 DEADLINE COMING UP!!!
PLEASE CLIP AND BRING-IN YOUR BOX TOPS THIS WEEK
ASK YOUR FRIENDS & FAMILY TOO!
WE NEED YOUR HELP!!
PLEASE LINK YOUR SHOPRITE PRICE PLUS CARD TO FRANKFORD SCHOOL
Proudly supporting FTS Summer Enrichment
IT ONLY TAKES A COUPLE OF MINUTES!!!
HELP US A BREAK A RECORD THIS YEAR!!
Be sure to tell your friends, family and neighbors to support Frankford too!! The more the merrier!!
PLEASE also send-in clipped Box Tops so we can earn DOUBLE points!!
Each clipped Box Top is worth $0.10. Let’s make this our record year!
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