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FundRaise-A-Racquet Tickets Available Online Before Event

Posted by crpic on June 9, 2015

Tickets to our event, FundRaise-A-Racquet on June 15th, are available for purchase online. This fundraiser will support our general operations and help us establish a Makers Lab and supporting curriculum for all ages in our communities. Use the link below and click on the yellow “Admission Ticket” to purchase tickets and support our work here at CRPIC.  Fundraise logo and picture

 http://www.biddingowl.com/FundRaiseARacquet

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Auction Items for Summer Days and Out-of-Town Guests

Posted by crpic on June 8, 2015

More items are available in the FundRaise-A-Racquet ‘s Online Auction every day!

Are you expecting company from out of town this summer or looking for fun things to do with the kids on a lazy summer afternoon? We have lots of items in our online auction that fit the bill for guests and families of all sizes and ages. Why not have a few things on hand for some inspiration? Items include passes to the zoo, the aquarium, butterfly place, the swan boats, and more! There’s something to strike everyone’s fancy! 

Zoo New England

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FundRaise-A-Racquet Auction: Chef’s Tasting Dinner for Four at La Campania!

Posted by crpic on June 7, 2015

Compania 1David Maione is a perennial favorite Boston chef and dining at La Campania guarantees a fine meal and wonderful evening! We love this place – so do Zagat, Boston Magazine, and Trip Advisor who consistently give top marks to this cozy Italian restaurant with one of the best wine lists around. Bid on the CHEF’S TASTING DINNER FOR A PARTY OF FOUR at our online auction,FundRaise-A-Racquet Auction. What a great way to celebrate a special occasion! 

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FundRaise-A-Racquet: What’s Court Tennis?

Posted by crpic on June 1, 2015

Court Tennis is a centuries old game that’s still played much the same way as it was in the Renaissance. Learn a few fascinating facts about its colorful history, the court, and scoring. Did you know the sport is linked to the French Revolution and Henry VIII built the court at HamptonCourt?

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