Letter: IPCS Fundraiser a grand success
Indian Peaks Charter School would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to the community for their support in making this year’s Mardi Gras celebration a huge success. We exceeded our previous year’s fundraising efforts by thirty-two percent, bringing in over $6,500. These funds support our PTO, French Program, and Expeditionary Excursions for students K-8.
Not only was this year’s event a financial success, it was wonderful to see supporters enjoying such a festive evening. We are super proud of our middle schoolers who worked tirelessly to prepare and serve traditional Jambalaya, Red Beans and Rice, and Beignets to over 120 guests. In the end, the kids were able to join the party-goers and dance to live music provided by Tight Like That and the Middle Park High School Jazz band. It was truly an evening for the for the books and we couldn’t have done it without the support of the community.
Special thanks are extended to The Grand Lake Nordic Center for providing such a beautiful venue, Tight Like That and the High School Jazz Band, the few who did so much to bring in some fantastic silent auction items, our lead chef, Alison Gantt, and all the folks who donated items and gave so generously to support our school. We are grateful for all of you and look forward to celebrating again next year!
The IPCS family
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