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The Ponder Report needs your help.

Called the student publication of Arlington High School, it's really the school newspaper, and like newspapers everywhere, it has money woes.

You can help. Here's how:

Kim Eudenbach, the paper's adviser, is collecting dresses -- formal or informal, short or long -- to sell during Boutique Week. Other accessories in good condition are also welcome.

The sale took place the last week of January in Eudenbach's room, 406.

She says she can pick up dresses in the main office and would be happy to accept monetary donations (make out check to The Ponder Report).

"We are no longer able to fund-raise via bake sales," she wrote in an email Jan. 2.

Students who edit and publish The Ponder Report as well as its adviser are responsible for coming up with 100 percent of the funds needed to publish each issue.

If you wish to contribute in any way, contact Eudenbach at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or leave a message in Fusco House at AHS at 781-316-3565.

Find out about The Ponder Report at its online archives.


This story was published Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013, and updated Aug. 10, 2014.

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