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2012 Revelry


Posted on October 25


Private schools rely on donations for financial assistance, faculty support and operating costs not covered by tuition. Revelry 2012, taking place Saturday, Oct. 27, is St. Francis High School’s primary fundraiser for the school year. Everyone in the Sacramento community is welcome to join this wonderful night full of “Tradition and Elegance.”

The evening will begin with a beautiful Mass in the St. Francis Chapel, followed by cocktails. Be sure to bring your appetite because Chef Patrick Mulvaney of Mulvaney’s B&L will prepare dinner. Mulvaney is known for using the freshest local ingredients as well as for his love of bacon, which will surely leave diners delighted. The night will also include student entertainment, a live auction and an after party. For more information, click here.

Who: St. Francis High School
What: 2012 Revelry: An Evening of Tradition & Elegance—Where Town Meets Country
When: Oct. 27 from 4:30 p.m.–11 p.m.
Where: St. Francis High School, 5900 Elvas Ave.
Cost: $100

 

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