Evergreen Heights Elementary School Timberwolves Dinner and Auction set for March 9

  • Monday, January 28, 2019 5:06pm
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The Evergreen Heights Elementary School Timberwolves Dinner and Auction is Saturday, March 9, from 5:30 to 9 p.m., at the Auburn Community and Event Center, 910 Ninth St. SE.

Enjoy a catered dinner, drinks, conversation and music performed by Evergreen Heights teacher Elaine Ray and vocalist Kris Esparza. Bid on silent auction items prior to dinner. Be a part of the live auction.

Proceeds will support families in need in; upgrade the school’s worn playground equipment; update the school’s 20-year-old basketball, volleyball and Junior Olympic uniforms; facilitate bus costs so students can extend their education beyond the classroom; and keep portables equipped with water and other supplies so they can function as classrooms.

To make the evening exciting and memorable, yet rewarding and profitable, organizers are seeking donations/contributions of any size.

Tickets are available at the school for $25.

For questions and more information, contact Ashley Gillaspy at 253-931-4974, agillaspy@auburn.wednet.edu, or Arnie Grab at 253-931-4974, or agrab@auburn.wednet.edu.


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