St. John Catholic School holds fundraiser

  • Wednesday, March 13, 2013

On Saturday, March 23, Saint John Catholic School is hosting its 10th annual live and silent auction celebration at Blackbaud Headquarters Atrium on Daniel Island. The spectacular evening begins at 6 pm, and the ticket price includes music, heavy hors d’oeurves, dessert and beverages including beer and wine.

The annual auction is the school’s most important fund raising event of the year. Silent and live auction items have been generously donated by area businesses and supporters of the school. Some of the items include stays in vacation homes, theme park passes, tickets to sports events, original art, wine tastings, dinners at local restaurants, golf outings, jewelry, summer camps and much more. The evening’s festivities will be led by local chief meteorologist of Live5News, Bill Walsh.

Established in 1949, Saint John Catholic School (K4- 8) is a small, inclusive community opening its doors to children of all faiths, learning needs and economic backgrounds. Its mission is to provide a program that approaches all student needs individually. The solid curriculum is based on a structured and stimulating environment combined with high expectations and a tremendous amount of individual support with a maximum class size of 15.

Advance tickets for the evening are a $30 donation and can be purchased at www.saintjohncatholicsc.org/schoolsite/auction.php or by calling the school office at 843-744-3901. Tickets at the door the evening of the event are a $35 donation.

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