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144 CLUB - THINK OF IT AS "CHAIR"ity CAMPAIGN

AEF'S 144 Club was derived from Watertown School District 14-4. Our 144 Club projects ask for just $144 - keeping donations affordable and fun! The chair in "CHAIR"ity references the new, upper level, arena chairs that are a big part of the Watertown School District's remodel of the Civic Arena. In it's over 50 years of life, the arena was definitely in need of some updates! Here's your opportunity to be a part of this historical event by naming an arena chair! For individuals, the 144 Club "CHAIR"ity campaign is a fun way to remember wonderful experiences associated with the arena. For businesses, it's an opportunity to introduce or promote your name in a public forum. For everyone, it's a fantastic way to express your support for the work of the Arrow Education Foundation and to show your ARROW PRIDE! 

If you would prefer to mail in your request, or would like to make monthly credit card payments, please utilize the printable PDF above this form.

As of 06/04/19, there are fewer than 50 chairs yet to be named. If you are thinking of purchasing the naming rights to a chair, please don't wait!

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