Foundation for Belmont Education Spring Dinner: Mad for Education

I had the pleasure of photographing the annual fundraising dinner for the Foundation for Belmont Education last month at the Belmont Hill School.

The theme for this years event was “Mad for Education” with retro feeling decorations reminiscent of the the TV show Mad Men.

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Bennet Family Eye Care in front of their sign

Foundation-Belmont-Education-Mad-for-Education-FundraisingSome of the sponsor signage

Foundation-Belmont-Education-Mad-for-Education-FundraisingSignage showing the foundation in action and some of the student volunteers helping out at the event.

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 Retro candy bar donated by Westcott Mercantile and Yummy Bunnies Cakery

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 FBE Spring Dinner Co-Chairs Kim Dargon, Stacey Conroy, and Julie Coelho, along with FBE President Jamie Shea.

Foundation-Belmont-Education-Mad-for-Education-Fundraising Foundation-Belmont-Education-Mad-for-Education-Fundraising-Superintendent-John-PhelanJohn Phelan, Superintendent of Belmont Public Schools, was the keynote speaker at the Mad for Education event.

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 Foundation-Belmont-Education-Mad-for-Education-Fundraising-neil-fayNeal Fay, Master of Ceremonies, did an amazing job of getting the crowd involved in the live auction, which helped raise the amount of money donated.

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