The holiday gifts that keep giving: Holy Rosary Tree Lot donations presented

March 1, 2013 at 1:16 am | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools | 2 Comments

One final round of holiday giving, last night at Holy Rosary School – the Parents Club presented three local nonprofits with checks for donations from last year’s Holy Rosary Tree Lot. More than $2,000 each went to the West Seattle Food Bank (represented by Fran Yeatts) and the Salvation Army’s family shelter Hickman House (represented by Janet Sanders) as well as the West Seattle Helpline. The Tree Lot is an all-volunteer operation that traditionally gives a share of the proceeds to community charities.

Last night’s Parents Club meeting also included a discussion of LEGO Robotics:

The school’s annual auction, this year with the Kentucky Derby as its theme, is coming up April 20th.

2 Comments

  1. That is wonderful – thanks to the volunteers who make a priority of helping their communities and reaching so many people as a result! Way to go!

    Comment by mookie — 9:17 am March 1, 2013 #

  2. Wow! Thank you to all the people who made this such a big success. Supporting the school and the community at the same time. Thank you!

    Comment by SLC — 6:31 pm March 1, 2013 #

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