Raffle pull
Melody Browne, Treasurer, and Corrina thuss, President for the Foundation Pulling and announcing the winner, James Sizemore of the Woodloch Resort Raffle
Raffle pull

HIGHLANDS, NJ – The Henry Hudson Tri-District Education Foundation held their Spring Fundraiser on April 30th at Henry Hudson Regional School.  Social Distancing and appropriate PPE was observed by foundations officers and board members present; President Corinna Thuss, Treasurer Melody Brown, Secretary Melissa Mohr and Board Trustee Sherry Lombardi, owener of HulaFrog (generous donator of the Woodloch Resort Prize valued at $3,0000).  The foundation added a $100 gas card to the lucky winner. 

The raffle raised over $5,500 to continue their mission to fund [email protected] activities in the three districts of Highlands, Atlantic Highlands and Henry Hudson Regional.

James Sizemore of Medford, New Jersey was the lucky winner.  “It seems like so long ago that I purchased the ticket, I almost didn’t remember buying it.  As a huge supporter of education, this raffle was very easy to support.” said the surprised father of three.    

The mission of the Henry Hudson Tri-District Education Foundation, a registered 501c3 is to support innovations in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math programs ([email protected]) and athletics in the Tri-District schools of Atlantic Highlands, Highlands, and Henry Hudson Regional. To meet these goals, the foundation relies on three main sources of funding: private donations, fundraising events and grants from philanthropic organizations. Since its inception in 2014, over $108,000 has been raised and disbursed in support of [email protected] activities.


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The Foundation thanks its premium sponsors the Montecalvo & Bayshore Family of Companies, the Atlantic Highlands Front Porch Club, and the many community members who support the Foundation.

For more information about the Foundation, please visit www.HHTDEF.org , email [email protected] or visit/like us on Facebook.

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Allan Dean

Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...