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Fairfield Prep alumnus wins tuition raffle

Published 6:05 pm, Thursday, May 16, 2013
  • Bill Newbauer, left, a Fairfield resident and Class of 1985 alumnus of Fairfield College Preparatory School, recently won the school's annual $25,000 Tuition Raffle prize. The tuition can be used for any accredited K-12 school, college or university in the United States, according to a news release. Newbauer is pictured with his son, Liam Newbauer, a member of the schoolís Class of 2016, center, and the Rev. John Hanwell, the school's president, right, who pulled the winning ticket at the school's recent Spring Dinner and Auction. The raffle's proceeds go toward the school's scholarship and student enrichment programs. Photo: Contributed Photo
    Bill Newbauer, left, a Fairfield resident and Class of 1985 alumnus of Fairfield College Preparatory School, recently won the school's annual $25,000 Tuition Raffle prize. The tuition can be used for any accredited K-12 school, college or university in the United States, according to a news release. Newbauer is pictured with his son, Liam Newbauer, a member of the schoolís Class of 2016, center, and the Rev. John Hanwell, the school's president, right, who pulled the winning ticket at the school's recent Spring Dinner and Auction. The raffle's proceeds go toward the school's scholarship and student enrichment programs. Photo: Contributed Photo

 

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Bill Newbauer, a Fairfield resident and Class of 1985 alumnus of Fairfield College Preparatory School, recently won the school's annual $25,000 Tuition Raffle prize.

The tuition can be used for any accredited K-12 school, college or university in the United States. Newbauer's son, Liam Newbauer, is a member of the school's Class of 2016.

The Rev. John Hanwell, the school's president, pulled the winning ticket at the school's recent Spring Dinner and Auction.

The raffle's proceeds go toward the school's scholarship and student enrichment programs.