Written by: John DeRousie, Custom Marketing Solutions
Oswego, NY – Sue Bakos, planning committee chairperson for the Oswego Community Christian School’s sixth Annual Auction, has announced that Corrina Pauldine, of the newly opened McEwen Auction Company in Oswego, will serve as the auctioneer for the live auction portion of the event.
One of the highlights of the Oswego Community Christian School’s 6th Annual Auction, the live auction will feature a number of premium items including: a polished 36″ x 4″ x 14″ Grey Granite Bench, courtesy of Oswego Co. Monuments; a Backyard Party courtesy of Fun Flicks; Original Framed Art Work; an overnight stay at the Best Western Captain’s Quarters; and much more.
“We are excited about this year’s live auction and are pleased that Corrina is donating her time and talent,” said Bakos.
Scheduled for April 20, the Oswego Community Christian School’s auction will be held from 1 – 4 p.m. at Oswego Elks Lodge #271, corner of West Fifth and Bridge streets.
The event, which serves as the school’s largest fundraiser, offers a silent auction from 1 to 2:30 p.m. followed by the live auction from 2:30 to 4 p.m.
Additionally there will be the Elks famous Chicken BBQ and a bake sale.
Pre-sale dinner tickets are available for $8 at the school office.
“Thanks to the support we have received from area businesses we have a great assortment of items that will be up for bid during our silent auction and are accepting donations daily. A complete list of auction items can be found the school’s website, www.myoccs.org, and our Facebook page,” said Bakos.
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 traditional education with modern methodology in a caring, disciplined, Christian environment.
The student population of the school represents nearly twenty area churches and ministries and its hundreds of successful graduates are testimonials to the school’s commitment to the community and its high standards of education and character development.
For more information on the school’s auction or to donate an item, call the school at 315-342-9322 or Sue Bakos at 315-342-6939.