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Election Day = Donation Day

Original post made by Lois Giovacchini, Menlo Park: other, on Nov 1, 2007

When you go to the polls to vote next Tuesday, you will also be able to vote your support of the Menlo Park City School District. At drop off and pick up time, parent volunteers will be out at all four schools, Laurel, Encinal, Oak Knoll and Hillview, to encourage support of the Menlo Park Atherton Education Foundation (MPAEF), a crucial funding stream for these schools. The MPAEF runs the annual Donation Day to make it easy to give. Look for the hoopla, the balloons and our red shirted volunteers and stop by to make your gift. For more information visit www.mpaef.org.

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