Miss Wendy Loeber and her 3rd graders show their hand made canvas paintings that reflect their ICS spirit.
Miss Karly Cross and first grader Bert Fall paint a flower pot with their thumb prints for the auction.
Mitchell Coon and Garrett HIrt show off the chess board they made to be auctioned off.
Mrs. Penny Boyd and 4th grader Levi Schultz put the finishing touches on a tablecloth and napkin set for a picnic themed addition to the auction.
Immaculate Conception School is preparing for its 28th annual spring auction. This year’s auction is Saturday, April 26, and the theme is Happy 90th Birthday ICS, as the school embarks on celebrating its 90th year of providing a faith filled education in Port Clinton.
The classrooms are all a flurry of activity as the finishing touches are put on many items that will be auctioned that not only are practical in purpose, but they were made with tender loving care by the V.I.P.’s of Immaculate Conception school - the students. Up for grabs are a beautiful homemade chess board, cork trivets, an Ohio basket filled with Ohio products, and gorgeous crosses made by each and every class in the school. Also available at the auction are the generous donations of many members of Immaculate Conception Parish, area business owners, and the community. There is certainly something for everyone.
Immaculate Conception wishes to thank anyone who donated in any way to make this most important fundraiser a success. Please join us for a wonderful night of celebrating the past and future of Immaculate Conception School. Doors open at 5:30. Tickets are $25 and are available at the school office at 109 W. 4th Street, Port Clinton, Ohio.