This yearís event will feature a night of laughter with Matt Gumm, Bransonís Male Entertainer of the Year in 2012 and Bransonís Comedian of the Year in 2013.
’I Love Paris’
Saturday, October 4 at 6:00 p.m.
Paris High School Cafeteria
Tickets are still available for I Love Paris, the 24th annual fundraiser by the Paris Education Foundation, which is being held in the Paris High School Cafeteria at 6 p.m. on Saturday, October 4. This year’s event will feature a night of laughter with Matt Gumm, Branson’s Male Entertainer of the Year in 2012 and Branson’s Comedian of the Year in 2013. Tickets $35 Includes Dinner and Entertainment
Live and silent auctions will be held. A 15 1/2’ x 5’ custom made trailer and smoker valued at $3,000, a weekend getaway at Horseshoe Bay West, a kayak, catered dinners and the naming rights to a street at the Paris High School campus are just a few of the big ticket auction items. To place bids if you are unable to attend, please call 903-737-7400, ext. 2572.
A 12 1/2’ x 6 1/2’ PJ Trailers utility trailer will be given away that evening and you need not be present to win. To purchase five tickets for $20 for chances to win the trailer, call 903-517-5503 or 517-0503.
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PHS welding students (from left) Hayden McFadden, Ben Cobb, Riley Kindle, and Jake Ensey add work stations to the smoker that will be featured in the ĎI Love Parisí auction.
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Librarian Vickie George and Kindergarten teacher Almeda Stewart read to students.
Justiss assistant Gloria Page and music teacher Lindsay McCarter paint the face of Justiss student Janeth Ovando.
Justiss Elementary student Ever Gonzalez enjoys Family Reading Night with his older brother Edwin Gonzalez.
Donation received from First Federal Community Bank
1st grade student Zykerian Richardson paints on the school mural with Justiss PE teacher Penny Cox.
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