Extra Special Haverhill Trivia Book

Haverhill Trivia Book Special Edition

Haverhill High School has received a grant from the Haverhill Cultural Council to create a special edition of the Haverhill Trivia Book for the city’s 375th anniversary in 2015. By the terms of the grant, 50% of the cost of the project must be raised from other sources.

The Haverhill Trivia book was originally published in 1988 by a Haverhill school teacher. It has been revised every few years since, adding new questions created by the high school students.

Can you name the oldest street in Haverhill? Do you know what Haverhill-born surgeon went on to open a world-famous health clinic? Now you can be an expert in Haverhill’s history with Haverhill, Massachusetts Trivia Book. With 375 years of history, there is plenty to learn. Donate today to ensure your copy of the book and own a piece of history.

These books are not only great for those who live or have lived in Haverhill, but for any trivia buff from New England to the West Coast. Engaging and entertaining, the book makes a great gift for anyone who loves Trivia or anyone who loves New England.

All funds that are raised will be used in the publishing and printing of the books. The books will be sold by schools and non-profits throughout the city for fundraisers.

By donating at least $25 today you ensure that you will receive a copy of the new Haverhill Trivia Book. Donate $50 and we will also include Toil and Triumph DVD. The first 20 people who donate $100 or more will receive the special edition publication. The Toil and Triumph DVD and also the Haverhill Sports Hall of Fame book.

Even if you can’t donate $25 please consider donating what you can. Even $5 makes a difference and puts us one step closer to providing our trivia books, and helping our schools and non-profits throughout.

Author’s Bio: his guest blog contribution was submitted by E Philip Brown. For more information about the Haverhill Trivia Book Special Edition, go to his crowdfunding page right now.

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