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Oswego Community Christian School’s Auction This Saturday

OSWEGO, NY – The Oswego Community Christian School invites you to spend this Saturday afternoon at its fourth annual auction.

Taking place at the Oswego Armory, West First Street, from 1 to 4:30 p.m., the event features both a silent auction and a live auction, with an impressive selection of auction items to choose from.

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Students at the Oswego Community Christian School declare their appreciation of the school as they prepare for the school’s annual auction. From left in the front row are: KayeLeigh Roddy, Alexa DeSomer and Caleb Tiedemann. In back from left: Frankie Dahar, Jenna Magsino and Josh Batstone.

“Thanks to the generosity of area businesses and caring individuals we have put together a wonderful list of products and services. From an overnight stay at Mirbeau Inn & Spa in Skaneateles and a two-nation boat tour courtesy of Uncle Sam Boat Tours to gift cards for area restaurants and special themed baskets created by our students, you’ll find something of interest for those of all ages,” said planning committee coordinator, Sue Bakos.

The silent auction that will take place from 1 – 2:30 p.m. followed by a live auction, featuring auctioneer Jim Deacons of Crossroads Auction Center in Central Square, from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m.

The event will also include the Oswego Community Christian School’s annual prize drawing.

For a donation of only $10 individuals will have the opportunity to win one of three great prizes including a grand prize of either a five-night / six-day Disney vacation for a family of four or the choice of a $1,000 gift card, winner’s choice; a second prize of an Apple iPad; and a third prize of either a $250 gas or grocery card, winner’s choice.

There will also be food and refreshments available for purchase throughout the event.

All proceeds from this event will be used for the continued improvement of the quality of education offered to the students at OCCS.

Established in 1979, the Oswego Community Christian School offers families a Christian educational alternative that excels in teaching, training and the spiritual development of their children.

Using the latest technology for both the students and the teachers, the Oswego Community Christian School blends classic education with modern methodology in a caring, disciplined, Christian environment.

The student population of the school represents nearly 15 area churches and ministries.

Its hundreds of successful graduates are testimonials to the school’s commitment to the community and its high standards of education and character development.