Saturday, November 20, 2010

Comstock Park Foundation Holiday Tree Silent Auction and Spaghetti Dinner

The Comstock Park School Foundation hosted its annual Holiday Tree Silent Auction and Spaghetti Dinner tonight.  Forty trees, decorated by area businesses and organizations were on display, some of them raising well over $100.00 each.  The Alpine Township entry raised $60 this year, and was recognized as the "Most Traditional Tree".  The theme for the Township entry this year was "Let it Snow".

Music was provided by the voices of the kindergartners through second graders. Art from students through high school was also on display.  Attendance was perhaps a little higher than anticipated, but there was enough pasta, spaghetti sauce, bread sticks, and salad to feed everybody.

 Alpine Township's entry,"Let is Snow" prepared by our staff, raised $60 and was awarded recognition for "Most Traditional Entry"

 The event was well attended

 The Pasta wad great!

 Alpine Township Fire Chief Ron Christians and his wife Betty in the serving line

Some attribute the large attendance to the marketing of the world  famous Spaghetti Sauce from the kitchen of Janine Fidler.

Missy McPherson

McKenzie Kibbe, a Senior, and President of the Comstock Park Student Volunteers was one of a number of students who helped clear the tables
Superintendent Ethan Ebenstein  after being relieved from kitchen duty.

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