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We’ve got a full house and we look forward to seeing everyone Saturday night!

Our next event:

Shrewsbury Education Foundation
Trunk Show Soirée

Co-hosted by
The Sumner House,
The Treasure Chest,
Heart & Stone Jewelers, and
Men’s Wearhouse

Presented by HairLines
and Shrewsbury Dunkin’ Donuts

Saturday, April 11, 7:00pm until 10:00pm
at The Sumner House, 5 Church Road, on the Shrewsbury Common

Celebrate the arrival of spring at the SEF Trunk Show Soriée!

Enjoy an evening cocktail party fundraiser at the Sumner House benefiting Shrewsbury Education Foundation. Sip complimentary craft beer, 90+ wines and indulge in tasty hors d’oeuvres by Struck Catering — while socializing and mingling with community friends. View The Treasure Chest and Men’s Wearhouse latest fashions worn by Superintendent Joe Sawyer, Principal Jane Lizotte and other surprise guests.

All ticket proceeds support SEF’s mission of funding grants to the Shrewsbury Public Schools. Tickets are $45/person.

So grab some friends and mark your calendar for a spring night out at the SEF Trunk Show Soriee and purchase your ticket today!

The Sumner House, home of the SEF Trunk show soirée

Presenting Sponsors:
HairLines, presenting sponsor of the SEF Trunk show soirée
Shrewsbury Dunkin' Donuts

Runway Sponsor: Central One Federal Credit Union
Sponsorships still available, contact Melanie Petrucci at 508-845-6350 or


Women’s clothing by The Treasure Chest
(Kendall Square, 269 West Main Street, Northborough)

Men’s clothing by Men’s Wearhouse
(Solomon Pond Mall, 601 Donald Lynch Blvd, Marlborough)

Jewelry by Heart & Stone Jewelers
(Kendall Square, 269 West Main Street, Northborough)

Men’s and Women’s Fashions modeled by:

Joe Sawyer

Jane Lizotte

Lauren Buckley

Chris Juetten

Beth Mercer

Mark Adler

Jason Palitsch

Joe Juetten

Shrewsbury Education Foundation (“SEF” at is a Shrewsbury, Massachusetts all-volunteer organization that raises money to fund grants which put resources and programs directly into the classroom. Annually Shrewsbury Public School teachers write grant applications seeking funding for unique learning experiences and resources that will directly benefit students. Without SEF grants teachers would be unable to purchase the materials needed to deliver these valuable learning experiences due to tight education budgets. Our mission is to enrich student learning of Shrewsbury Public School students at every grade level, by stimulating, strengthening and supporting educator-driven innovation. SEF inspires and funds innovation in the Shrewsbury Public Schools. Each year for the past 20 years, SEF has funded new initiatives to provide valuable learning experiences across many classrooms, pre-k through high school. SEF raises money through events, donations and corporate sponsors.