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Homerooms Helping the Auction
Since its inception, our annual spring auction has played an important role in providing much-needed financial assistance for many deserving Cheverus students. We are delighted to celebrate this year’s auction theme: A Night in Italy. This year's auction will be held at the Italian Heritage Center on Friday, May 5.
This year, in order to showcase our excellent students and to create opportunities for families to support this important fundraiser in small ways, teams of homeroom communities will create themed baskets to be auctioned off. Prizes will be offered for the most creative basket and for the basket that attracts the highest bids. View the list of 2017 Auction Homeroom Baskets.
A wonderful team of Cheverus parents -- Mary Cahill, Annie Bossong and Ellen Pirone -- have volunteered to lead this program, and we are looking for some parent volunteers to support each homeroom team. If you're interested in volunteering, sign up here.
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Congratulations to Emma Gallant '20 and Brim Peabody '21 honored as PPH Athletes of the Week:💛💜🦌 Emma Gallant, Cheverus track and field: The sophomore won the 200 (25.94) and the 400 (57.80), and was second in the 55 (7.34) at the Class A meet. Her time in the 400 broke the 10-year-old Class A record of 57.88. Gallant’s 28 points helped Cheverus to a title tie with Scarborough. Brim Peabody, Cheverus swimming: A freshman, Peabody won the 200- and 500-yard freestyle races to lead the Stags to a sixth straight Class A title. He rallied to win the 200 by three-hundredths of a second in 1:43.78 and pulled away in the 500 by 16 seconds in 4:47.41. He also swam on the winning 400 free relay and the runner-up 200 free relay.