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First grade students displayed their quilt that will be auctioned off during the 28th annual Benefit Auction at St. La Salle Catholic School. 

Last minute preparations are underway for the 28th Annual Benefit Auction at St. La Salle Catholic School. 

The auction will be held on Saturday Feb. 2; doors will open at 5 p.m. The activities for the evening will include a buffet, a live auction, raffle and more. 

Each year, student's at St. La Salle work on items that will be auctioned during the benefit. 

A variety of items will be up for bit this year and students are excited to showcase their work. 

Several quilts from the preschool classes all the way up to the third grade classes will have quilts to auction.

Maria Santoyo and her preschool class worked on a cross stitched theme quilt titled "Our Lady of Guadalupe."

The kindergarten class worked on a denim style blue and white quilt with a red border. The quilt features individual squares with student's handprints displayed on the front. 

First-grade students will also submit a quilt, their theme is "Blessed are the pure in heart," their quilt will feature handprints in the shape of a heart, those handprints will surround the handprint of St. La Salle's principal, Sister Lucy Cassarino. 

Second grade students quilt has a country theme.  Their western style quilt has horses, a lasso, as well as matching pillows. 

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