The Anniston City Schools Foundation is getting ready to kick off its second fundraising season to offer scholarships to the city’s graduating seniors.
The foundation will host a High Tea fundraiser at 4 p.m. Oct. 13 at Anniston Country Club.
Catherine Chappell, executive director of the foundation, said the event will feature food, a fashion show, a jewelry sale and a table-setting contest.
Beth Rogers, wife of Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Saks, will serve as honorary hostess.
Tickets to the fundraiser are $50 each and available at the foundation’s office at 1302 Noble St., Suite 3E.
Entry to the table-setting contest is $35, and contestants will set and decorate a 60-inch round table or a 34-inch by 34-inch square table. Teams should consist of no more than two members.
Prizes will be awarded to the top three winners. For more information, call the foundation office at 237-0053.
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