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Annual Fundraisers

CLS holds several annual fundraisers each year in support of school projects, tuition assistance, and general operating funds. Fundraisers are sponsored by the Family Partnership Program or Board of Trustees and we are blessed to have the support of families and the larger community in making them successful each year. Our annual fundraisers include the Fall Golf Tournament and Spring Basket Bingo. Your contribution, of time, goods or attendance, is greatly appreciated!

Annual Golf Tournament

Carroll Lutheran School has its annual golf outing scheduled for Friday, October5 , 2018, at Quail Valley Golf Club, with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun tee-off. The tournament, “Swing for Scholarships,” will benefit the scholarship program for students K-grade 8 enrolled at the school and based on need.

New members are welcome to join the planning committee. To become a sponsor and/or a golfer for this worthwhile endeavor, contact Justin Durboraw at 410-596-3771 or at myersdurboraw91@verizon.net.

Golf Outing Brochure & Registration Form
Golf Outing Poster
Golf Outing Overview

A great BIG thank you to all of the sponsors, the players, the volunteers, the golf committee and everyone else for making the annual golf outings a HUGE success.

Specialty Bag & Longaberger Basket Bingo

The Family Partnership Program sponsors Bingo in Spring of each year. Generously filled Longaberger Baskets and Thirty-One bags are donated as prizes for an afternoon of Bingo that also features a Home Business Fair, raffles, food and door prizes galore. Donations of most any type or whole baskets of goodies are needed/welcome, as well as business owners looking to reach new clients/customers and people to come play! The public is welcome and encouraged to come play to win.
Contact Kristy Dean for more information

Next Basket Bingo: March 24, 2018 –Flyer

Scholastick Book Fair

The week-long Scholastic Book Fair, sponsored by the Family Partnership Program, is held in the school gymnasium and culminates in a themed Family Fun Night. Students and teachers make lists of books and items they are interested in; families may purchase items for their children or choose to purchase from the teacher’s wish lists for classroom use. We encourage you to attend the Fair and Family Fun Night and to invite new or prospective families to attend. Helpers are always needed during this event to manage the store and run activities during Family Fun Night.

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