The proceeds will fund grants for teachers in the Westborough schools, foundation President Maureen Johnson said Thursday in an e-mail interview.
Organizers hope to exceed the 2012 bee, which raised more than $17,000, Johnson said.
Monday night's fundraiser will involve 36 teams, each with three members, sponsored by community groups and businesses, she said.
Six rounds of trivia will be held, with six teams per round. The winners of the rounds will compete in the final round.
year, between a few trivia rounds, we added kids trivia and
entertainment provided by Matt Travis from Athletic Revolution," Johnson said.
the younger children actively involved in the Trivia Bee was a big
hit. There is no school the following day which helps bring people out
on a weeknight. It is truly a family friendly community event."