Last year’s inaugural Community Dinner was attended by over 120 South parents, teachers and staff and was a big success. This year’s event on Saturday, November 8, at 6PM promises another chance to meet and connect with fellow parents in a relaxing and fun atmosphere! Here’s how it works: Participants come together in one private home for appetizers, split up across the neighborhoods to attend dinners, and reconvene for dessert. This year, we’ll enjoy dessert in the newly refurbished Newton South Library to see firsthand the results of last year’s Success@South campaign. The goal of the evening is to come together, make new friends and support this year’s Success@South fundraising initiative, which will be unveiled that evening. Mark your calendars and if you will need a babysitter, book one now!
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