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22nd Annual Starry, Starry Night

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Story and Photography by Joyce Taylor
Selina Robinson and Jessica Seegert, Co-Chairs of Starry, Starry Night, along with their capable committee, transformed the gymnasium of Saint Rose of Lima Catholic School into a fairy-land for a Roaring 20’s party. Gorgeous flower arrangements and a decorated chandelier induced some “Wows” from the crowd. Kelly Frank, Director of Advancement, welcomed the huge crowd and the fun began. Dinner was served, followed by a live action where items went for huge sums of money. Paul Seegert announced the goal to raise $30,000 to increase the security of the school and kicked it off with his own generous pledge; the goal was far exceeded.  

This is a co-educational school for students two years of age through 8th grade. The school unites with families to provide a quality Catholic education in a Christ-centered environment, promoting learning, love and service.

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