EHHS Project GraduationEast Hampton High School Project Graduation
East Hampton High School Graduates
In 2006, thanks to the vision of a few very committed parents East Hampton High School formed a Project Graduation committee to plan an all night event following the graduation of East Hampton High School students each year. The make-up of our committee is always growing and changing, but the goal remains the same.
The objective of Project Graduation is to provide the graduates with a fun, safe, drug and alcohol-free night that they will remember for years to come. The plan is to host the event at a safe location, provide plenty of food, fun and a wide variety of activities and entertainment for the students to enjoy.
Thanks to the help of many dedicated fundraisers and party planners our very first “Shine on All Night” celebration was held at the expansive Groton Submarine Base for graduating seniors in the class of 2009. The first event was a fabulous success and was followed up with equally successful celebrations for the Classes of 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013!
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Belltown Spring Spring 5K
Sunday May 5th 2019 at 10am
Race Location: Sears Park – 68 North Main St, East Hampton, CT
Join the East Hampton High School Graduation Committee for a 5K Run/Walk around Lake Pocotopaug in support of the East Hampton High School Project Graduation.
8:00 am – Race Day Registration Opens
9:45 am – 5K Registration Closes
9:15 am – Kids Fun Run Starts
10:00 am- 5K Run Starts
Contact Sue at BelltownSpringSprint@gmail.com
EHHS Project Graduation proudly acknowledges the following businesses for their continuing generous support
All Waste, Inc
American Eagle Federal Credit Union
American Savings Bank
Arborview Dental Care
C. Sherman Johnson Co, Inc
Center Package Store
Charities of Hope, Inc
Dr. Steven Rafalowsky
Dutch Oil Company
George M. Mantikas D.M.D., P.C.
Glastonbury Driving School
Knights of Columbus Belltown Council # 6190
Markham Meadows Campground
Nelson’s Family Campground
Rotary Club of East Hampton
Savings Bank and Trust
Stop and Shop
Suburban Sanitation Service, Inc
The Image Source
The Lucky Goat
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