6th Grade's "Bertucci's Dining for Dollars"

08 Apr
Fri, 4/8/22, 11:00am - 10:00pm Location: Bertucci's

Holy Name Parish School’s 6th Grade Class will be attending a four-day residential experience at Agassiz Village in Poland, Maine (www.agassiz village.com) Monday, May 23rd – Thursday, May 26th.  Agassiz Village is located 40 miles north of Portland, Maine, and 150 miles from Boston.  It has 400 pristine acres of fields, hills, streams, and woodlands along with a mile of waterfront on picturesque Thompson Lake. 

While at Agassiz Village, Holy Name’s 6th Grade Class will gain many facts, skills, and an appreciation for the natural environment.  Their stay at Agassiz Village is an academically demanding program, intensive yet enjoyable.  Activities will include:  archery, canoeing, outdoor living skills, cooperative games, drama, environmental sensitivity, orienteering, and a visit to the Maine Wildlife Park in Gray, Maine.

With Bertucci's “Dining for Dollars” program, Holy Name’s 6th Grade Class hopes to defray the cost of their trip to Agassiz Village.  On Friday, April 8, when you order meals online or in person at any location, mention the 9 digit code 270-148-879 and Bertucci’s will donate 15 % of the proceeds to the 6th Grade Class.  So, while you enjoy your Bertucci’s favorites with family & friends, the 6th Grade Class will earn funds for their class trip.  Your support will be greatly appreciated.  Thank you!

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