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Committee extends thanks
The Parkrose High School seniors and their parents would like to express a special thank you to Joe Rossi. He generously allowed us to once again use Rossi Farms as the site for our Haunted Ghost Town at Halloween. This event is a major fundraiser for us. The record-breaking turnout at what was the final year of this event brought in $9,000 in support of the 2008 Senior All-Night Party.

In addition to Rossi, the committee is indebted to Mike Treadway of Portland Sunbelt Rentals, who provided equipment, and to Craig Flynn and Amy Salvador for their many hours of work and support.

Our thanks as well to all those who attended and to the many volunteers who make such an event possible.
Barbara Snoozy
Parkrose High Senior All-Night Party Committee
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