TARRYTOWN, N.Y. The Transfiguration School's annual Innisbrook wrapping paper sale is once again taking place, and the school hopes to raise $10,000.
The fundraiser will last through October 14 and has already generated $1,600, according to the school's website. The school receives half of all profits from the wrapping paper sales.
If the students meet the school's $10,000 goal, the 10 highest sellers get a special treat: they'll get to silly string their principal, Audrey J. Woods.
In addition, two other students out of all the sellers, a boy and a girl, will win a Hank the Hippo stuffed animal. Students selling 10 or more items get a backpack clip.
The top three classes based on participation will earn a pig that they'll be able to race in the pig race to be held during Catholic Schools Week.
To order, complete the online order form and return the printed receipt and payment to the school. Supporters can also shop online at the Innisbrook Online Store using the school number 101902.
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