CULLMAN, Ala. – St. Paul’s Lutheran School held their Third Annual Alumni and Friends Dinner and Auction on Saturday evening at Terri Pines Country Club.
Before the dinner, partygoers perused the many auction items donated by local business proprietors, individuals and school students. Among the items available were a porch swing, antique rifle and both a church and a school quilt.
One of three private Christian schools in Cullman, St. Paul’s provides education from age 3 through 6th grade.
“Tonight’s event is extremely important because it helps fund the school which is so vital to our community and our children. I feel like a Christian education is so important. My daughter tests on a 5ht-grade level and she’s only in the 2nd grade. I think the reason is because the children at St. Paul’s get so much one-on-one time with their teachers because of the smaller class sizes. This helps keep that excellent education going,” shared parent Amanda Lee.
Lee is a proud St. Paul’s alumnus and has a reputation for being readily available to help at her alma mater whenever the need arises.
Retired St. Paul’s Lutheran School educator Martha Blanton was the recipient of this years Impact Award.
The school is currently accepting enrollment for the 2022-2023 school year. For more information on the school, please visit https://www.stpaulscullman.com/.
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