WYCKOFF-FRANKLIN LAKES, N.Y. -- Since 1986, FLOW Follies has been a unique example of volunteerism in the communities of Franklin Lakes, Oakland and Wyckoff.
The group, a parent-led volunteer organization that brings people together from three boroughs for a common goal: to raise scholarship funds for graduating seniors of Ramapo Indian Hills Regional School District, will celebrate its 30th season from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 5, with a all-cast pizza party.
While aiming to have fun in the process while raising funds, the group has raised more than $600,000 which has been distributed to hundreds of students making the group the single largest scholarship fundraiser for the two high schools.
New members are welcome to make new friends, and gain lasting memories. The members say they owe their success to the dedication of parents who generously contribute their time and talents to the writing, creation, production, and performance of an original musical-comedy.
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