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Feeling crabby? Help St. Theresa school

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Dan Thrift / Tahoe Daily Tribune/ St. Theresa School Principal Danette Winslow joins students in inviting everyone to the crab dinner fundraiser to support the school. From left are Katarina Wulstein, Adam Jarrett, Hawley Jarrett, Max Schweitzer and Devynn Wulstein.

St. Theresa Catholic School will host its 12th annual crab dinner fundraiser Feb. 3. The event will take place at St. Theresa Parish Hall, on the corner of Highway 50 and Lyons Avenue, right next to St. Theresa Catholic Church.

The event will begin at 6 p.m. with cocktails and a silent auction. The crab dinner is at 7 p.m. and a live auction will begin at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are available for purchase at $40 each at St. Theresa Church rectory office and the school office, 1081 Lyons Ave.

Tickets may also be purchased at the door the evening of the event for $45.

All proceeds go toward improving existing programs and implementing new programs for St. Theresa Catholic School and its students. Many generous donations have already been received for the silent and live auctions. Some of these include ski lift tickets from area ski resorts, golf packages, fishing packages, a dinner dance cruise, health club gift certificates, a ski jacket, a Joe DiMaggio print, fine dining gift certificates, a beautiful Liz Claiborne area rug, ski rental packages, a snowrider and goggles, a trip to Costa Rica, a trip to Hawaii, helicopter rides, and stays at local lodging establishments.

Perhaps the most sought after items in our live auction are the handmade quilts from each grade (preschool to eighth grades). These are designed and created by the students, teachers, and parents.

There is still time to donate items to the silent or live auctions by bringing it by or sending it to the school office. Your support is greatly appreciated.

For more information call the school office at (530) 544-8944, Daunelle Wulstein at (530) 577-7513 or Deana Jarrett at (530) 544-6648.

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