Please join us for the first Parent Meeting of the new school year. You will be able to meet other parents, hear about upcoming events and projects for MSSPP, meet the teachers and visit your child’s classroom immediately following the meeting. Families earn 1 volunteer hour for attending.
CALLING ALL GOLFERS! Our wonderful Knights of Columbus from St. Catherine of Siena are hosting their 4th Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Friday, October 14th at Bardmoor Golf and Tennis Club in Largo. This year Morning Star was named the sole beneficiary of all proceeds from the tournament. We cannot say enough good things about the local Knights of Columbus and how much they do for Morning Star! Are you a golfer or do you know a golfer? Please consider participating in the tournament to represent our school. Single entry is $100 and a Foursome is $400. Registration forms are available in the school office.
The 2015 Auction was our most successful fundraiser to date with final net earnings totaling $50,000. It is by far Morning Star’s biggest fundraising event. Earnings go back into the school for the operating budget, special projects and academic programs. We cannot have a successful event without YOU! DATE: November 12, 2016 TIME: 6:30pm – 10:30pm (Doors open at 6pm for Guests.) LOCATION: St. Jude Parish Center, 5815 5th Ave North, St. Petersburg Tickets start at $40 per person for admittance to the auction and dinner (non-reserved seating). Sponsorships (including dinner and reserved seating) start at $125 for 2 guests. Please contact Jennifer Brooks (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more sponsorship information. Da Sesto Italiano Ristorante e Vino will be catering the dinner. Wine and beer will be available. The evening includes a Live Auction, a Silent Auction and a Lucky Number Auction. Please join us for a great night for a great cause!
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