Marshfield, MA

$10K for Marshfield High School's "Grad Nite Live"

Dianna Carney

(MARSHFIELD, MA) State Senator Patrick O'Connor has recently secured $10,000 for the Grad Nite Live program in Marshfield, an overnight event that promotes substance and alcohol-free activities for graduating seniors.

The news was announced on Wednesday, May 24, 2023, as the senator shared his amendment to the senate budget. The amendment was subsequently adopted, marking a significant win for the Grad Nite Live program.

For 26 years, Grad Nite Live has been providing a safe environment for Marshfield seniors to celebrate their graduation. The program offers a variety of entertainment options, all of which are free from substances and alcohol.

Senator O'Connor expressed his gratitude for the support and votes from his colleagues and stated that he is committed to ensuring the safety of the next graduating class. He ended the social media post that announced the exciting news by stating, "I deeply appreciate the support and votes from my colleagues, and I look forward to ensuring the safety of the next graduating class."

The Grad Nite Live program has been a staple in the Marshfield community for over two decades, and the recent funding secured by Senator O'Connor will help ensure that the program continues to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for graduating seniors.

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