Dinner and Auction- Let It Snow
Saturday, November 10th, 2012
The St. Angela Merici Parish School Dinner Auction Fundraiser is just around the corner! Look for your invitation by mail and don't hesitate to send in your RSVP. Seating is limited! Secure a babysitter and invite friends and family to join your table.
We need donations- Fine wines, gourmet baskets, theatre tickets, concert tickets, art work, portrait sittings, sporting event tickets, sport lessons, tutoring, etc…
For more information, please contact Irene Strother
Auction Volunteers Needed!!
Alumni-Friends of SAM- Parents- Grandparents
Our annual dinner auction "Let It Snow" is just around the corner and we need some help in making this event a great success.
Many volunteer jobs are still available and who better to ask but our SAM alumni, family or even friends who have continued to support St. Angela's throughout the years. This opportunity is great for everyone… and for students who need service hours for school and or confirmation..Ms. Schuler said she would make it worth your child's time. This event is fun, crazy and unpredictable.
Think snow and be cool to volunteer now.
Contact Volunteer Coordinator Stacy Schuler at (714) 458-3200
Your help is greatly appreciated.
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