Sedalia’s Project Graduation Fundraiser Bringing Delicious Food and Chances to Win Cash [INTERVIEW]
The Smith-Cotton Project Graduation Fundraiser in Sedalia is a huge undertaking, and seems to get bigger and bigger every year. Everyone in our area is interested in keeping families intact and healthy. Nobody wants to have another tragic statistic added to the rolls, ruining what should be a proud celebration.
Tickets to the fundraiser are $100 and provide two chicken dinners complete with cheesy potatoes, green beans, rolls and dessert, and a chance to win cash – there is a $2500 grand prize, plus other prizes ranging from $50 to $1500. There also will be a silent auction for themed baskets.
Here’s my discussion with one of the organizers of the event, Darren Goodson, about the details.
Dinner is 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 9, in the Smith-Cotton High School cafeteria. All proceeds will be used to pay for the Project Graduation party for the Class of 2014, held the night of Commencement.
For tickets or to make donations, call Laura Akin, (660) 473-9682; Kelly Burkholder, (660) 620-1840; or Amy Simoncic, (660) 287-4118. You can also stop by Force Automotive on Main Street and get your tickets from Darren.