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Upcoming craft show to help Stafford High drama students

Stafford High drama student Domenic Romanello won a Best Actor award for his role in "On the Verge."

Stafford High drama student Domenic Romanello won a Best Actor award for his role in “On the Verge.”

An upcoming craft show hopes to help some Stafford High School drama students compete on a big stage. Stafford High’s drama department and its production “On the Verge” took first place at the Virginia High School Theatre Festival in October.

In March, the students head to Alabama to compete in the  Southeastern Theatre Conference. That trip could cost about $23,000 and students are holding multiple fundraisers to come up with the cash.

Those fundraisers include a craft show Feb. 15, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the school. The show will feature handmade items, unique gifts, jewelry, food, and more. Admission is free.

And even if you can’t attend the craft show, you can still help the group of drama students. Here’s how:

Donations for the Stafford High drama team’s trip to the Southeastern Theatre Conference in Mobile, Ala., can be sent by mail to:

Stafford High School Drama Boosters, Stafford High School, Attn: Michael D’Addario, 33 Stafford Indians Lane, Fredericksburg, Va 22405, or made online at: payitsquare.com/collect-page/20653.

The boosters club is a nonprofit organization and donations are tax deductible. For more information, contact D’Addario at 540/371-7200, ext. 1247.

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