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Moorestown Baseball Pasta Dinner Next Week

Tickets ($15) are available until Thursday. Proceeds benefit the Moorestown High School baseball team.

Tickets are still available for the baseball team's pasta dinner fundraiser next Tuesday, Feb. 28.

Tickets are $15 and must be sold in advance. They will not be sold at the door. Email head coach Bill Donoghue at wdonoghue@mtps.com to get tickets. The price for a family of four comes to less than $13/each ticket. Players must have a ticket as well.  

Send money, plus a list of names/ticket numbers, to coach Donoghue no later than Thursday so the caterer can determine the head count for the dinner. Make checks payable to Moorestown Township Public Schools.

The dinner will be catered by  from 6:30-8 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. 

The menu will include:

    Balsamic grilled vegetable salad
    Caesar salad
    Field greens salad
    Foccachia bread
    Rigatoni bolognese
    Penne marinara
    Orechiette pasta baked with fresh mozzarella, ricotta, and marinara
    Dessert and drinks donated by parents (see below)

In order to keep costs low, organizers are requesting all sophomores and juniors bring a dessert to the event and to contact Wendy Kaiser at mkaiser235@aol.com to confirm. Freshmen and seniors are being asked to bring a beverage (no soda) and to contact Teresa Miller at thmiller23@verizon.net to confirm. Paper products are also needed. Contact Sharon Savino at savvy856@yahoo.com to make donations.

Prior to the event, junior parents should arrive at 5:30 p.m. to help set up tables and food services, and senior parents are asked to stay at the end to help with clean-up.  

If you have any questions or would like to volunteer your services, contact any of the emails listed above.

- Courtesy of the members of the dinner committee

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