Nativity School Garage Sale Successful Kaitlyn LaGrange | March 30, 2017 | News | No Comments DUBUQUE- Parishioners and alumni of the Nativity School walked the halls one last time over the weekend. The Church of the Nativity hosted a garage sale to sell a variety of donated items. Donations included for-sale items and items salvaged from the historic Nativity School There was glassware and clay figurines to antique clocks, chairs, and so much more. All together, the church raised over $20,000! Over $6,000 came in just from school memorabilia alone. “We’re very happy with it this year,” church parishioner Greg McGinn says. “It’s been well covered as far as advertising and the public coming out for it has just been fantastic.” All of the money raised from the garage sale is going towards the school demolition costs. In total, it will cost almost $400,000. Tweet Related Posts Modern-day abolitionist examines slavery No Comments | Oct 7, 2015 Opening Doors starts new program, Just Like Home No Comments | Dec 1, 2016 Business Week puts networking first No Comments | May 6, 2015 Duhawkappella No Comments | Apr 17, 2015 About The Author kaitlynlagrange Kaitlyn LaGrange is a sophomore majoring in Media Studies and Public Relations at Loras College. She is the producer and anchor for LCTV's Sports Shorts. Kaitlyn is on the Loras Swimming and Diving Team, Wind Ensemble, and a writer for The Lorian. Add a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.