Come help the Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School celebrate its rich history and prepare for the future at its annual auction on March 23 from 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
This year’s event — “FIRE BALL: 10th Annual Auction Benefitting ANCS” — will remember the amazing community support that allowed the school to thrive after a fire engulfed the newly-opened school in 2003.
The community’s dedication to the school has helped it become a highly-prized charter school with two campuses, serving children from kindergarten to 8th grade.
Parents, neighbors and all supporters of the school can help ANCS continue its mission by attending FIRE BALL, where hundreds of items will be up for auction during what’s always one of the best parties of the season. The auction also includes a series of exciting raffles where lucky winners walk away with entire tables loaded with hundreds of dollars worth of gifts pertaining to a theme.
“The auction has something for everyone,” said Amy Damiani, an ANCS parent who is co-chair of this year’s event. “You can bid on vacation homes, restaurant gift certificates, phenomenal art by the kids and much more. Or, you can just hang out with friends and enjoy a great party.”
This year’s ANCS Auction will be held at a new location: the historic Georgia Freight Depot, which is located at 65 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive SE.
For more information: http://atlncs.org/auction/
— Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School