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St. Patrick School Auction Party (10/12/13)

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St. Patrick School, Hubbard will be holding their annual Auction on Saturday! October 12 from 6:00-9:00pm in the church hall located at 367 North Main St. Tickets are $10.00 per person and can be purchased by calling the school at 330-534-2509 or at the door the night of the auction. It is a byob event and small coolers are welcome. Each person will receive a numbered ping pong ball that they may pay $10.00 to put in for one of the Grand raffle items.

There will be a silent raffle with gifts including restaurant certificates, event and attractions tickets, spas and more. Tickets for the silent raffle are $10.00 for 25 tickets.

Our Bid-In Grand Raffle includes such items as a 32" LED flat screen television, coach purse, 4 Disney World Park Hopper Passes, $500.00 Ursuline tuition credit! an Ipad mini and many more prizes valued over $200.00.

There will also be a Money Wind tunnel will $200.00 up for grabs! For $5.00 you will get thirty seconds to grab as much money as you can!

If you have any questions, please call the school at 330-534-2509.

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