Raffle co-chairs Ann West, Cata Cooper and Valerie Adams with Adele Weber, St. John's Episcopal School Parents Association president
Co-chairs Valerie Adams, Cata Cooper and Ann West welcomed more than 150 parents and friends of St. John’s Episcopal School to the recent Zero to Sixty Raffle kick-off, “Bubbles and Brews,” at the home of Ann and Ken West.
Partygoers mingled outside while enjoying champagne, beer and a delicious dinner donated by Olivella’s restaurant. The special evening celebrated the school’s 60th anniversary, in addition to this year’s signature Parents Association fundraiser, the Zero to Sixty Raffle.
Tickets for the third annual Raffle are on sale now through April 26 with a grand prize of a $10,000 Visa gift card. In addition to the grand prize, other prizes will be awarded including a second place prize of $2,500 of NorthPark Gold and a third place prize of $1,000 of NorthPark Gold. NorthPark Gold may be redeemed at all participating retailers, restaurants, spas and theatres in NorthParkCenter, one of America’s premier shopping centers.
Raffle proceeds will be used for student financial assistance, classroom technology, professional development for our teachers, and student enrichment opportunities.
Zero to Sixty Raffle tickets are $100 each or six for $500, and can be purchased by visiting www.stjohnsschool.org/raffle. Winning tickets will be drawn at a 60th celebration at The LOT restaurant on April 26, 2014; winners need not be present to win.
About St. John’s Episcopal School
St. John’s Episcopal School is a pre-k through eighth grade co-educational school in East Dallas. Created as an outreach of St. John’s Episcopal Church in 1953, St. John’s is the oldest Episcopal school in Dallas and remains committed to the five tenets of an Episcopal education:
- Academic excellence
- Corporate worship (Episcopal/Christian chapel)
- Religious studies based on basic biblical content
- Meaningful and integrated community service and service learning projects
- An inclusive community where the dignity of every human being is respected