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March 21, 2018
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Stillwater News

Stewart’s Shops donation supports Class of 2016 After-Prom event

Additional donations still being accepted

March 30, 2016 – It’s what many Stillwater seniors look forward to all year - the prom! And each year after the dance, Stillwater seniors are invited to continue celebrating at the After-Prom event, hosted by the Stillwater Central School District and the high school’s Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) club. This is an event that could not happen without help from the community and donations the district receives throughout the year.

To help make the After-Prom come to life, the Stewart’s Holiday Match program has continuously donated funds throughout the years. This year, the program is doubling its donation from last year and providing Stillwater High School with $500. This money will go towards many activities at the event, such as laser tag, an inflatable obstacle course, an inflatable joust game, chair massages, a photo booth, snacks, prizes, and more.

“It’s always so exciting to receive the Stewart’s Holiday Match grant, and this year they were extremely generous,” said SADD Advisor Amy Carpenter. “It’s so important to provide the students with a safe and fun environment after the prom. These funds help us put on an awesome event for the students. We really want to thank Stewart’s Shops for making this all possible for another year.”

The After-Prom committee has started to receive donations from other community organizations and booster clubs as well. If you would like to make a monetary donation or donate gift cards, snacks or prizes for this year’s event, please email SADD Advisor Amy Carpenter at or Assistant Principal Paul Morcone at


From Thanksgiving through Christmas Day, Stewart’s customers generously donated more than $870,000 to the program, which then doubled to more than $1.74 million with Stewart’s matching the customer donations dollar for dollar. After this record-breaking season, the donations will help fund 1,600 local children’s charities, as well as additional events. The Stewart’s Holiday Match program has now allocated more than $22 million since the program’s inception in 1986.

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