• October 18, 2018

Last weekend, one of St. Patrick’s  partner elementary schools and parishes, Sacred Heart, held its 92nd Annual Bazaar. The bazaar is a way for the school community to come together in fellowship and raise money for the school. This is a large event for the school and brings in potential students.

Stephanie Gruich, Principal of Sacred Heart, said about the bazaar, “The bazaar is a great event for our parish as a whole. The weekend allows both our school and church families a chance to come together and celebrate as one. It was great to see everyone enjoying themselves and having a great time with their families. This year had to be one of the largest crowds I have ever seen. “

The bazaar consists of games, good food, and great company! This year the bazaar held its first cornhole tournament. There were 24 teams that competed.  The bazaar had games, bouncy houses, bingo, and a silent auction.

Father Dominic Pham, pastor of Sacred Heart, said, “Wonderful to see our parish families come together and welcome the community with fellowship. I look forward to next year.”

Photos of the bazaar can be viewed here.

Story by Sarah Gatlin