Rowan Birchall, left, and his grandmother, Susie Birchall, are the proud winners of a weaving basket and a movie night basket at the Potter fundraiser. Christine Rinaldi photos
Campus supervisor Myriam Vorhis carries plates of food for her family to enjoy at the fifth annual Potter Jr. High School Spaghetti Dinner and Auction to raise funds for school programs.
From left, volunteers Carley Particelli, Britt Scruggs, and Nikki Birchall sell raffle tickets and Potter Pride apparel at the fundraising event for educational programs.
Veronica Hernandez, left, and her daughter Vanessa help to prepare and serve the spaghetti dinner. Veronica is the vice president of the PTA.
Many interesting gift baskets are offered in the opportunity raffle at the fifth annual Potter Jr. High Spaghetti Dinner and Auction .
Silent auction items at the Potter Jr. High School fundraiser included Hornblower cruises, Safari Park tickets, LA Dodger tickets, and many other interesting items.
Gillyanna Knox greets guests with a big smile and sells tickets for the fifth annual Potter Jr. High School Spaghetti Dinner and Auction event.
Regina Grevatt wins a cooking basket at the Potter fundraising event which was donated by the school’s language arts department and library. The basket contains bowls, cake mixes, cutting boards, cupcake pans, and many other items for the kitchen.
The Potter Jr. High School choir entertains the audience at the fundraiser with several musical numbers. The choir is directed by Mrs. Jonesrebandt.
Potter Jr. High School principal Brian Frost thanks the sponsors and volunteers that helped make the event a success.
Emcee Jason Ewig welcomes guests to the fifth annual Potter Jr. High School Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction.