West Seattle scene: Auction donation served up at Firefly Café

Something independent local businesses don’t always get enough credit for is their community spirit and generosity. So many donate to local nonprofits and schools, including offering items to be auctioned off as fundraisers. So what happens AFTER the auction? Here’s one example: Friday night at Firefly Café and Creperie (WSB sponsor) on the north end of The Junction, a crepe party was the culmination of a donation that Firefly proprietor Charell Estby made to the Holy Rosary School Heart Auction – a private party for 10 kids with crepes and beverages. So she closed to the public a bit early and hosted the group you see above.

By the way, the winning bidder who procured the party ponied up $750 – a sweet treat for the school as well as the kids who enjoyed the crepes!

6 Replies to "West Seattle scene: Auction donation served up at Firefly Café"

  • Silly Goose June 1, 2013 (9:59 am)

    Love the wall art and those little cherubs are adorable!

  • Brenda June 1, 2013 (4:18 pm)

    Nice story, thanks for sharing.

  • Charell Estby June 1, 2013 (7:45 pm)

    I have to say – those were some of the most well behaved, polite & sweet kids I’ve ever seen. Delightful bunch!

  • slc June 1, 2013 (8:37 pm)


  • Kamila June 2, 2013 (7:57 pm)

    Thank you Charell and Firefly! The kids had an amazing time and we appreciate the support to Holy Rosary School. This Community rocks!

  • Charell June 3, 2013 (9:08 pm)

    My pleasure!! Let’s do it again next year!

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