2015-10-10 / The Bullhorn

RCS Extravaganza slated for Nov. 7

By Natalie Walters
Bullhorn Report er

Roxboro Community School will be holding its 10th annual Holiday Extravaganza on Saturday, Nov. 7.

There will be a lunch of barbeque, slaw, baked beans, and a Golden Corral roll.

A silent auction of items donated by the community, school clubs and parents will be held. Winners of baskets made by different clubs and classes will be decided by a raffle this year. Tickets will be sold and shoppers will place the raffle tickets in the box associated with the basket they want to win. Shoppers have the option of placing all of their tickets into one box, or spreading them out among the boxes.

Another large raffle will take place for prizes of a three-night stay in Carolina Beach donated by Drs. Walter and Melissa Bartlett; 15 tons of gravel donated by Piedmont Maintenance Services; $200 cash; a $100 Footwear Plus gift card, and a $50 RCS PTSO merchandise gift certificate. Drawings for these prizes will be held at 2 p.m. on the day of the extravaganza.

Vendors like Footwear Plus and representatives from Scentsy, Mary Kay, Norwex, Thirty-One Gifts, and more will be present inside the school. A variety of crafters will sell their jewelry, wreaths, candles, homemade wooden toys, and more.

A PTSO meeting will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 6 p.m. to review the most recent budget and discuss the Extravaganza.

“It is important due to the fact that the PTSO needs everyone’s support. We operate as a Parent Teacher Student Organization, therefore everyone needs to know what is happening with the money that is raised,” said Melissa Lowery, a PTSO member and the extravaganza organizer. “Our 10th annual RCS Holiday Extravaganza promises to be a great success,” she concluded.

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