The gala is happening this Saturday, Feb. 9 at the Panna Maria Hall starting at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets are $25 per person and can be purchased in advance or at the door.
John Wayne Schulz and his band will perform during the dance which starts at 8 p.m. and all fans of John Wayne Schulz are welcome.
All KCISD educators, both retired and present are attending free of charge.
“We want to celebrate their impact on all our students and alumni,” said D’Ann Williams. “This year, marks our first year to have a title sponsor for the event. Marathon Oil has generously committed to becoming a Partner in Education with the school district.”
The price of a ticket, which helps raise funds for the foundation, gains entry to what organizers are calling a fun night and includes heavy hors d’oeuvres, Margaritas and beer along with an exciting silent auction.
Included in the silent auction items are:
Big Green Egg smoker, Weekend Stay at Port O’Connor, Yeti Cooler, Guided Fishing Trip, Michael Kors Purse, iPad mini, UT necklace, Custom Johnny Manziel Wall Art, 7 Day Dove Lease, Fiberglass Tank, Rifle with Scope, Mikasa China, Badger Bling Necklace, Consuela Items, ZDT and Schlitterbahn Park Passes and many more.
Tickets can be purchased in advance at the school district office during regular business hours at 314 State Hwy. 123, from any foundation board member and at the door that night.
Anyone interested in becoming a corporate partner, making a general donation or pledge, is encouraged to contact our Gala Chair, Jennifer Ebrom-Dillingham at 830-583-5748, email: email@example.com or visit our website at www.kcisdfoundation.org
The Karnes City ISD Education Foundation is comprised of business and community leaders who have a connection to Karnes City ISD and a common desire for promoting its excellence in education. Proceeds help fund innovative classroom grants, a Senior Celebration at the end of the school year, a long-term endowment for the school district, a fun Science and Math Camp for all four Karnes County school district students to attend, and last but not least, the proposed Coastal Bend College Eagle Ford Technology Center to train all students in the county that wish to work in the oil and gas industry.
“The success of the foundation cannot happen without the wonderful businesses and individuals in our community who want to make a difference in education by financially supporting our fundraising activities,” Williams said.