AYER –It’s not new news that Ayer Shirley Regional High School recently underwent a major overhaul thanks in part to the State of Massachusetts, not to mention countless individuals dedicated to the improvement of our schools and District. Now that the walls are up, the floors are in, and things are more or less getting back to “routine” without construction everywhere, it’s time to open up the new space and fully christen it.
Part of this is offering the region’s students, families, local organizations and community businesses the opportunity to own part of it.
The Ayer Shirley Regional School District is celebrating the high school’s beautifully fresh auditorium by making it possible to take a piece home — in theory. Each of the 575 plush, burgundy seats in the auditorium is up for adoption.
Don’t worry if the color doesn’t match your home décor — once adopted, seats stay where they are, with one important change: your business, inscription, name, or personal dedication in memory of someone is engraved on a brass plate, there for people to see every time they enjoy an event in the auditorium.
Each plate measures 4″ x 1.5″, offering three lines of text, up to 25 characters per line. You can note your name or your family name and the year. You can promote your business. You can list the alphabet backwards — it’s your seat, write you wish (within reason). And once your seat is adopted, it will not be re-adopted.
One seat, one sponsor, securely attached to the back of the chair.
The cost to adopt is just $150 each for individuals (students, friends and their families). Up to three families can be noted as sponsors per plate, so consider combining your adoptions. Seats promoting businesses are just $300 each and can include your company name, address, contact information and/or website. All adoptions are tax deductible, with 10 percent off if ordered by May 31.
All proceeds will be split equally amongst ASRHS Music, ASRHS Drama Club and the district, to help provide additional opportunities for the students in our region.
To request an adoption form or more information, contact ASRHS Drama Director JulieAnn Govang at 978-772-2545, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Adoption forms are also available for download via the ASRHS Drama Club website at www.jacneed.com/ASYD/AyerShirleyDrama.htm.
Now that the Christmas rush is behind us, it’s time to start prepping our homes for the winter cold. The National Association of Home Builders put together a quick little vid to share with us their tips on getting our homes warm, cozy and ready for the colder months ahead.
Perched up on a hill, this gorgeous, open plan single level home is a popular plan among our home buyers.
It’s deceiving from the front because it really doesn’t look like it has 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, does it? But it’s got that and so much more! The basement alone is GIGANTIC and perfect for a game room, recreation room or even a bowling alley! Add to it the standard features of all of our homes: granite counters, hard wood and tile flooring, central air conditioning, gas fireplace and town water/sewer and you’ve got yourself quite the perfect house!
Interested in learning more about our Magnolia plan? Click here or visit us at the model home to tour this beautiful home.
We’re starting to build our newest plan, Camellia on Hickory Way in the Pingry Hill neighborhood. Have you checked out the fabulous first floor master bedroom in this plan? Gorgeous curb appeal and a true New England charmer!
Stop by this week and take a tour of this lovely home to see if it’s the perfect fit for your family.
Another great “a-ha” moment! Talk about an easy way to make more space available in your pantry so you can fill those shelves up with a lot more important stuff!