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Letter to the Editor: Trivia Bee Raises Over $16,000

The Westborough Education Foundation thanks supporters.

To the Editor:

The Westborough Education Foundation would like to thank area businesses and the Westborough community who came out in record numbers to support the Fifth Annual Trivia Bee. 

The event raised more than $16,000 to support educational grants to teachers and administrators from across all six of Westborough’s public schools.

We thank Town Moderator Joe Harrington, who posed questions; our judges:  Superintendent Marianne O’Connor, Library Director Maureen Ambrosino and Police Chie, Al Gordon; Matt Travis of Athletic Revolution; and high school students in the Jazz Combo and Harmony in Heels. 

We also thank the DoubleTree Hotel; Roche Bros.; Wegmans; Stop and Shop; and Panera.  The WEF also thanks the following who sponsored teams:  Adcole Corporation; Alexander, Aronson, Finning & Co., P.C.; All Access Physical Therapy; Armstrong Parent Group; Avidia Bank; Badger Legal Group; Ball Financial; Beaumont Financial Partners; Beaumont At The Willows; BJ’s Wholesale Club; Central One Federal Credit Union; Digital Credit Union; Dolan & Maloney Insurance Agency; E.L. Harvey & Sons, Inc.; Fales Parent Group; Friends of the Westborough Library; Gibbons Parent Group; Hastings Parent Group; High Street Neighborhood; Law Office of Nicole D. Sullivan & Associates; Marlborough Savings Bank; Melfa Wealth Management; Michael Mathieu Team; Middlesex Savings Bank; Mill Pond Parent Group; Orchard Hill Rd. Neighborhood; Partridge, Snow & Hahn, LLP; Red Tail Solutions; Remax Prestige; Roche Bros.; South County Physical Therapy; Westborough Athletic and Social Association; Westborough Little League and Softball; Westborough Newcomers; Westborough Rotary Club; Westborough Youth Basketball; Westborough Youth Football; and Westborough Youth Soccer. 

Bragging rights go to Westborough Little League and Softball, represented by Rob Nagi, Laurie Nagi and Jon McGrath. The big winners are Westborough school children, who will benefit from the grants awarded to teachers. 

For more information about the Trivia Bee, the C.A.R.E. program, and the Westborough Education Foundation, go to www.westborougheducationfoundation.org.

Westborough Education Foundation

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