About 100 people came to the Friday night, April 27 for the 7th annual “” fundraiser, a benefit for Stoughton's food pantries.
The fundraiser is named in memory of Diane Murray, wife of longtime South School principal David Fisher. Shortly after Diane died in August 2005, the first "" (DIFD) event was held, as a way to honor Diane and her favorite charity.
This year, more than $20,000 was raised for Stoughton's food pantries - the and . This represented the most money raised in the seven year history of the event.
Photos from the event are posted in the media gallery above. For additional coverage from the DIFD fundraiser, click on the link below: