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Name of the Organization
FUSION DRILL TEAM
Contact Person
SHIRLEY BANKS
Job Title
DIREC
Contact phone
203 346-8455
E-mail
scoop_12@yahoo.com
Website
http://INFAMOUS FUSION DRILL TEAM (FACEBOOK)
Interest
Youth, Advocacy, Arts
Description Interest
we are a non-profit youth organization serving the youth of west rock and the dwight neighborhoods

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At 11:12am on March 29, 2012, Lee Cruz said…

Shirley,

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INFAMOUS FUSION DRILL TEAM

Posted on August 20, 2012 at 7:24pm 0 Comments

WE ARE NEWLY FORMED JR DRILL TEAM AGES 7-12, SRS ARE 13-18.  WE HAVE WON SIX TROPHIES SINCE WE STARTED LAST YEAR.  OUR TEAM IS EXPANDING AT A RAPID RATE AND OUR TEAM DIRECTOR HAS TO TRANSPORT THE MEMBERS OF THE TEAM AND OUR DRUMS TO PRACTICE 3 DAYS PER WEEK.  HER VAN ONLY HOLDS 7 PEOPLE, BUT SHE FILLS IT UP.  SO WE NEED A DONATION OF A GENTLY USED 15 PASSENGER VAN.  WE ARE A NON-PROFIT SO IT WILL BE TAX DEDUCTIBLE.  CALL 203 346-8455  IF YOU CAN HELP US

 
 
 

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