Roaring Fork’s High School’s Project Graduation looking for donations |

Roaring Fork’s High School’s Project Graduation looking for donations

The Carbondale community and the Roaring Fork High School senior parents have begun planning the RFHS Project Graduation 2002, a drug- and alcohol-free graduation party.

Since its beginning seven years ago, more than 90 percent of the graduating seniors have attended this safe alternative celebration and had a memorable, safe and exciting end to their high school years.

The celebration is held at Carbondale Town Hall and is an evening filled with entertainment, games, music, food, gifts and prizes. The evening ends at 3 a.m. with breakfast at the Red Rock Diner.

It is a challenge to raise the funds to put on a successful Project Graduation. The organizing committee is seeking donations of cash, gift certificates for merchandise or services, or merchandise.

For item pickup or information, call Nicki Zugschwerdt days at 384-5704 or Gayla Raaflaub at 963-0314.

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