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    Huntington Middle School’s second largest fundraiser kicked off Tuesday as students begin selling annual magazine subscriptions. Sponsored by Huntington’s PTA, profits from the Magazine Drive support numerous PTA programs and enrichment activities at the school including art, technology, PE, speech and debate, and the Library.

    A diverse selection of magazines, both in hard copy and digital form, are available with 50% of the proceeds going back to the PTA. Consider ordering new magazine subscriptions or renewing your current ones.

    “There are so many fun prizes the kids can win by participating. It really brings out their great competitive spirit,” says Magazine Drive Co-chair Jennifer Giles.

    Incentives  include key chains, a fun on-campus inflatable day, and even a trip to Magic Mountain. For additional information, please contact co-chairs Betty Hutchison at bhutchbiz@pacbell.net or Jennifer Giles at jennifer.giles@att.net.

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