Recently, the Kerman Christian Dinner Auction has concluded. After months of planning and work, the auction was a success. The amount of help KCS got was astonishing, and the finished product was amazing. Because of all the support, KCS raised over $70,000! The auction was beautiful, and every detail was perfect. I loved how everything fit the theme.
Multiple kids contributed in selling raffle tickets, pouring water, and serving food. This included KCS students Owen Gailey, Micah Arvance, and Tobin Goosev, as well as members of Kerman Middle School’s Cadets.
During the auction, Abby Petropulos won the heads and tails game, which is a game where participants purchase necklaces. During gameplay, the participants choose heads or tails by placing their hands on their heads or bottoms. Then, a coin is tossed and if the players choose the incorrect option, the must sit down. At the end, Abby was head to head with Micah Arvance, quite literally, and Micah changed from head to tails last minute and lost. The winning prize was a $1,000 Costco gift card donated by the Abercrombie Family.
“I was amazed by how giving the community was,” David Petropulos said. And he was right! KCS raised over $70,000! This was his first auction at KCS, and it was a great one.