A skit by the faculty of Notre Dame Regional High School will launch them into a week LOADED with activities! Principal Brother David says this is a highly competitive sales push to keep tuition and operations affordable at the parochial school. He tells KZIM KSIM besides the sale of trash bags, candy, Stonie’s Sausage, magazines, and more… each class hosts a scrumptious dinner in the cafetorium. Guess who is cooking!? The parents! Students, teachers, and parents do all of the serving, cleaning, and cooking! Students will be washing cars while you eat. Silent auctions will also take place each night. Students will be taking on service projects for donations too. Call the school for information. The menu: Monday, the Juniors will serve Kettle beef; Tuesday, the freshman have pulled pork sandwiches; Wednesday, the seniors have fried chicken and LAMBERTS rolls; Thursday is fried fish with the sophomores. Those under 4 eat free. Adults are 6-dollars and kids from 5 to 11 are 3-dollars.
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