Kennydale PTA auction is planned for May 3

Kennydale Elementary is hosting its 8th annual fundraising auction May 3 at Renton Technical College. The Kennydale PTA Auction is called “Planting Seeds for the Future.” Registration and the silent auction begins at 5 p.m. A prime rib dinner will be served. Tickets are $30.

  • Friday, May 30, 2008 2:52pm
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Kennydale Elementary is hosting its 8th annual fundraising auction May 3 at Renton Technical College. The Kennydale PTA Auction is called “Planting Seeds for the Future.” Registration and the silent auction begins at 5 p.m. A prime rib dinner will be served. Tickets are $30.

All community members are invited. Silent and live auction items include seven nights at a Palm Desert home, a spa vacation, airline tickets, a Seahawks autographed football, a Schwartz Brothers Bakery tour, restaurant gift certificates and Mariners Club Seats. A complete listing of auction items is available at www.kennydalepta.org. Proceeds benefit Kennydale Elementary and the educational programs funded by the Kennydale PTA.

Lowes and Harvest Partners are sponsoring the auction.

For questions, to purchase tickets or make a donation, contact Michelle McBride, 206-595-2619, michellemmcbride@gmail.com.

Renton resident

on PLU’s Dean’s List

Michelle S. Pahlow of Renton was named to Pacific Lutheran University’s Dean’s List for Fall 2007. Pahlow is the daughter of Daniel and and Jackie Pahlow of Auburn, and Viola Pahlow of Renton. She’s a graduate of Kentridge High School, Green River Community College and Highline Community College.

PLU students must earn a grade point average of at least 3.5 to make the Dean’s List.

Renton resident

to join honor society

Frank Felicetti of Renton was recently invited to join the Beta Gamma Sigma honor society at the University of Idaho. Felicetti graduated from Hazen High School in 2005. The junior has made the Dean’s list every semester at University of Idaho, and he currently ranks in the top 7 percent of his junior class in the College of Business.

Renton residents

on SPU Dean’s List

Several Renton students made the Seattle Pacific University 2007 Autumn Quarter Dean’s List. These students are: Andrew Richard Carson, Robert Steven Carson Rob, Mark Christian Cotton, Brittany Ann Ford, Brian William Gong, Alexander A. Kato, Nathan Makoto Kato, Todd Tsuyoshi Kilcup, Kelsey Danielle Lockhart, Alida Y Madany, Jeffrey Alan Maison, Chad David Meis, Danielle Renae Navarrete, Anne Elizabeth Perrin, Timothy Richard Piehler, Molly Louise Purcell, Christina Ashlan Reas, Stephen A Smoots, Amanda Kathleen Thompson, Marissa Ukosakul, Melanie Ukosakul, Timothy David Volk and Rachel Kay Zylstra.

Students on the Dean’s List have completed at least 12 credits and attained a 3.5 or higher grade point average.

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