Immaculate Conception’s 35th auction live streams on Saturday

Apr 14, 2021 | Schools | 0 comments

The Immaculate Conception School’s live auction to support its programs and instruction has already gone live, and will be capped for the second year by a virtual auction at 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 17.

Everyone is invited to tune in to the school’s auction Live Stream on their Facebook Page: Immaculate Conception School Port Clinton. The bidding is open now through the end of the auction. Go to and register in order to start bidding.

It has been a crazy, but wonderful year at Immaculate Conception School. It certainly has been different, but many things were the same. The safety and well being of students remained a top priority and the learning and fun continued in full strength.

Immaculate Conception School will finish the school year with the accomplishment of in-person learning for the entire school year, which surely deserves this week’s celebration and auction.

An education at Immaculate Conception School is full of tradition and the school auction is one of the long standing Immaculate Conception School institutions that is alive and well. Not only does the auction bring in crucial funds for the school, it serves as the perfect time to celebrate Catholic education in the Port Clinton community.

The theme for the 35th annual auction is “There’s No Place Like Home,” with a Wizard of Oz motif. You can also enter the auction site by texting “ficshome” to 76278. The 50/50 tickets are up for grabs, as well as the school’s famous grab bags.

Just a few items to bid on are donuts for a year offered by JT’s Catawba Café, items from Kate Spade Handbags, round trip Jet Express tickets, dinner with Father Jonathan at the Catawba Island Club, an air conditioner inspection by Ohler and Holzhaur, Maui Jim’s Sunglasses donated by Lake Erie Eye Care, and a Wine Cellar Tour donated by Quinton and Donna Smith.

ICS would like to thank auction sponsors who generously pledged their support of ICS and the auction. Major sponsors included Casa Las Palmas, Edward Jones Investments, Mark and Tina Hablitzel, Ship Shape Marine, Civilian Marksmanship Program, Mary Kate Fulkert, William and Cynthia Kelsey, Bayside Comfort, OE Meyer, Erie Family Eye Care, Port Clinton FOP Lodge #79, and Northern Exposure.

For auction information or late donations, call 419-734-3315.

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