Grant Watts 12th Annual Spring Auction
- Gini Bramlett
- South County Spotlight - Features
Grant Watts students have gotten involved with the annual auction by creating art pieces in their classrooms for Saturday night. Each classroom did a project ranging from hand-painted strawberry pots, student-decorated memory boxes, student self-portraits and one-of-a-kind ceramic clocks. Each classroom also donated themed baskets which include a chocolate lover's basket, camping fun, beach party, and sports and fitness. Pictured above (back) from left are George Kilman, Corbin Tindall, Glorianna Raney, William Lohman and Henry Kilman. In front are Jared Roberts and Noah Masog. Grant Watts' 12th annual spring auction is this Saturday, April 19. Doors will open at 5 p.m. The auction, which benefits students, includes three silent auctions and an oral auction that begins at 7 p.m. Raffle prizes and door prizes will be given. Grand prize is a $100 gift certificate to McCormick and Schmick's Restaurant. More than 300 items have been donated. At left, first-grader Blanca Martines won first place in the Grant Watts spring auction cover art contest. She even included the landmark candle welcoming visitors to town.