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Knight At The Auction

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Whether you're looking for holiday gifts, home decor, or just want to stock up on goods for the winter, you're in luck -- the annual Our Redeemers "Knight at the Auction" is back.

Staff and students have spent months preparing for the fundraiser which will be tomorrow night, with thousands of dollars in donations from local businesses.

All of the money raised, goes directly to general funding for the school and students.

The event begins at 4:00 with the silent auction, followed by the live at 6:30.

One senior says that it's the perfect way to come together as a community and have a good time, for a good cause.

(Hallie Williamson, Senior at ORCS) "It's just a fun way for families to get together and really help out our school. And it's for the community too, so they can see what we're doing for our school as well."

The event will be held in the Our Redeemers Gymnasium tomorrow, and is open to the public.

There will be 3 dollar sloppy joe meals for attendees.

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