Littleton High School's Future Business Leaders of America are selling Littleton-Opoly game boards. The fundraiser started last year and the games have been successfully selling throughout this year.

The games advertise an array of local businesses from Littleton, N.H. and has been made personal to Littleton. They sell for $25 each and make great gifts for the holiday season. It is a one-of-a-kind, creative fundraiser made by the high school students.

A table was set up at the Farmer's Market over the summer as a means of selling the game. Recently, the students were on Channel 7 from Lyndon State College to promote Littleton-Opoly. With the year coming to an end, the students want to let the community know about the game so everyone can have the opportunity to purchase the historic, custom Littleton-Opoly game board.

Sales from the game supports the LHS FBLA chapter. For more information, contact Heather Fillion at Littleton High School.

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