San Miguel School’s fifth annual Sangria and Santos fundraising dinner is set for Thursday, November 3rd. The event begins with groundbreaking of the new classroom building at 4 p.m. with the Most Reverend Edward Slattery, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tulsa.
The groundbreaking ceremony will be followed by a social hour and the Bob and Jeanne Sullivan Scholarship dinner at 6:00pm in the Activities Center on the St. Francis Xavier parish campus. Festivities include authentic Mexican cuisine, live mariachi music and an evening of fun and companionship.
Sangria and Santos is free of charge, but reservations are required.
Sangria and Santos gets its name from the bottled wine (Sangria) and the hand-carved, hand-painted folk art statues of saints (Santos) that are available as a thank you gift to those who contribute total or partial tuition for a student.
For more information about Sangria and Santos, contact Alison Stookey, Director of Mission Advancement, 918-382-9096, or firstname.lastname@example.org