Keeping Our Tradition On Track Dinner Auction May 30 - Limited Tickets Available

NEW HAVEN, Mo. - The motto of the New Haven School District is "A Tradition of Excellence." In keeping with this tradition, students excel in the classroom as well as in sports.

A group of individuals, "The Committee to Build a New Track" made a goal of raising $320,000 to build a new track for the students of NHHS but also for the community. This track will be used by every student that comes through New Haven High School and Middle School and will be available for the community to use as well. The committee has currently raised $200,000 in private donations and thus far has not had any fundraisers until now.

The "Keeping OurTradition on Track Dinner Auction "will be held on Friday, May 30th at the Assumption Parish Center in New Haven. The theme of the event is 'Tailgate Party" and attire is casual. The evening will feature cocktails, dinner, raffles (including 50/50), silent and live auction bidding. THIS WILL BE FUN FOR ALU!!

You can make this inaugural event a success in a variety of ways. First, consider attending the auction with your family or friends. Everyone is welcome. The auction will have a variety of sports packages, business donations, family outing packages and numerous other silent and live auction items. There will be something for everyone.

If you are unable to attend, you can still help by making a cash donation or donating an item for the live or silent auction.

Donations may be dropped off at the New Haven School District's Superintendents Office in care of Amy Schenck or at Citizens Bank in care of Leanne Bauer or given to any committee member.

A limited number of tickets are available so secure yours today. They may be purchased at the New Haven School District's Superintendents Office from Amy Schenckor at Citizens Bank from Leanne Bauer.

The dinner auction committee members include, ReneeLaune, Leanne Bauer, Peggy Borcherding, Amy Schenck, Jill Terschluse, Connie Gerdes, Lauren Zobrist, Rachele Maczuk, and Terri Scheer.

Click here to learn more about The Community Track Project.