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Livingstone School’s Italian Night fundraiser brings in big bucks

Sunday, 03 December 2017. Posted in Shootin' the Breeze

Livingstone School’s Italian Night fundraiser brings in big bucks
Grade 12 student Tom Phillips offers dessert to Janet Elder, a staff member of Livingstone School.   Photos by Shannon Robison


Livingstone School’s Italian Night fundraiser brings in big bucks


By Georgia Dale

Cowley Community Hall was packed Friday night as Lundbreck’s 2018 graduating class cooked and served a delicious spaghetti dinner for friends and family.

The event was a fundraiser to help offset costs of grad celebrations for the Livingstone School students.

After dinner, home-baked cakes and pies were auctioned off. In addition there was a silent auction with a broad variety of donated items, including many gift baskets and certificates, hunting and fishing gear, and artwork mostly donated by graduates’ family members.  

According to Mary Krizan, assistant principal, Italian Night has been a tradition for the Lundbreck school since 1994 and a fundraiser for graduation for about 15 years. She estimates that this year’s supper raised close to $8,000.




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Grade 12 students Levi Sekella, above, and Cole Schweb take their goodies for a spin around the room during the dessert auction at a fundraising dinner in support of Livingstone School’s 2018 graduating class.




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Sisters Taylor, above, and Kayleigh Edwards thoroughly enjoyed dinner served up Friday night by the Livingstone grads.




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