Jinglefest benefits Project Graduation

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CAPE ELIZABETH — The first Jinglefest to benefit Project Graduation will take place on Sunday, Dec. 4, at the high school.

Participants are invited to meet at 3 p.m., attach bells to their shoes and walk along Route 77 to Scott Dyer Road and Pond Cove Elementary School. Luminarias will light the way to the rear of the school, where there will be a bonfire.

The Nordic Ski team will hold its winter auction in the cafeteria and there will be hot chocolate and homemade cookies.

In the event of rain, Jinglefest will take place on Sunday, Dec. 11. The cost is $10 per person and $40 per family until Dec. 1 and after Dec. 1 $15 per person and $50 per family.

Sign up for Jinglefest at Community Services or send a check with a name and the number of participants to Project Graduation, c/o McInerey, 29 Olde Fort Road, Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107.