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Home » Archives » April 2011 » "A Celebration To Raise Money For Scholarships"

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04/30/2011: ""A Celebration To Raise Money For Scholarships""


60% of Spring Street International School (SSIS) students receive tuition scholarships?
That's why SSIS will hold a Live & Silent Auction, "A celebration to raise money for scholarships," on Saturday, April 30, from 5-9pm at the SJI Yacht Club.

The evening will feature Indian Cuisine by Gretchen Allison (of Duck Soup Inn) & Laurie Spaulding.

Many wonderful items are up for bid in the silent and live auctions: fabulous spa services, artwork, plane trips,
Mariner tickets, and other goodies from the Islands and beyond, including bidding on amazing people like Dr. Ray Damazo "the Safari Dentist" and Dr. Kirk Johnson, author of "Cruizin' the Fossil Freeway" (with illustrator Ray Troll) to come and speak to the community as part of Spring Street's Speaker series. Admission is $25 for individuals, $40 for couples.

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