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The school has just two weeks to raise a little more than a half-million dollars to keep its doors open.
But the community is banding together to help - holding a fundraiser to help save the 60-year-old school from shutting down at the end of May.
"Through the gracious efforts of our community, we were able to put on this event," organizer Yolanda Castro said."In difficult financial times, it seems tactics used by collectors get more outrageous," she said.Lynn woman who lost car to seizure wins day in court By Thor Jourgensen / The Daily Item LYNN - A week after creditors banged on her apartment door to collect a debt and towed away her car, local resident Christine Brennan secured a judge's order to return her 1998 Toyota Camry.Parents like Carlos Puerto say it is a good feeling to know people are not giving up."This school brings so much, not just in the education level, but in the spiritual," he said.
"And by this school closing, we feel like part of our family is being destroyed."Since March 10, the day parents received a letter informing them of the financial troubles, the school has raised more than 0,000.
"We're really excited to be here and happy that everyone came together to keep our school open."Parents and supporters have raised more than 0,000 for the school since March 10.