Photo by Chris Menges
Co-presidents for the Gregory Heights PTSA, Jill Mudge (left) and Sherri Gorney organized the auction.

Gregory Heights Elementary has spaghetti feed and auction Dec. 5

Gregory Heights Elementary staged a winterfest spaghetti feed Dec. 5 at the school. The event included an auction.

This event was to raise funds for Gregory Heights PTSA to support the students with a variety of enriching activities. One of our goals this year as a PTSA is to provide more family engagement activities. Staff made the decision to bring the event to the school to save money versus an off-site venue and to bring families together at an event and raise funds. Around 500 people attended.

Besides our parent volunteers, there were about 20 Gregory Heights staff, parents from Cedar Hurst Elementary and local business owner of Emerald City Smoothie, realtor from Windermere Janel Stoneback. Many local businesses donated items for the event. Families from other schools attended as tickets were affordable.

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