House Minority Leader Bradley H. Jones, Jr. (R-North Reading) and State Representative Elizabeth “Betty” Poirier (R-North Attleboro) recently entered into a friendly high school Super Bowl wager.
With a $100 donation to the winning town’s local food pantry on the line, the legislators have laid claim to their football team’s supremacy. If Lynnfield wins, Representative Poirier will donate $100 to The Blessing Room Food Pantry in the Town of Lynnfield. If Bishop Feehan wins, Representative Jones will donate $100 to the Hebron Food Pantry in the City of Attleboro.
“I commend Representative Poirier for entering into this wager,” said House Minority Leader Jones. “While I am sure that Bishop Feehan has a good football team, it is clear to me that the Lynnfield Pioneers will be victorious in the end and I know the Lynnfield food pantry will be able to put the donation to good use, particularly during this holiday season.”
“I am confident in this year’s Bishop Feehan football team, and I look forward to presenting Representative Jones’ $100 check to the Hebron Food Pantry,” said Representative Poirier.
The Lynnfield High School Pioneers will face off against the Bishop Feehan High School Shamrocks in the Division IIIA Eastern Mass Super Bowl at 8:00pm on Saturday, December 1 at Gillette Stadium.