Annual Marketplace opens soon to benefit the school and community

On Saturday, Nov. 9th, over 80 unique venders will gather at the Robinson Marketplace from 10a.m to 4p.m. The event is organized by the Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) and is the largest PTSA fundraiser of the year.  The Marketplace is an annual tradition with not only venders but also a Raffle and a Silent Auction.  The event is free to enter and everyone from the community is welcome.

Many Booster clubs have been given free tables by the PTSA in order to sell their spirit wear and school items to raise money for their clubs and sports.

All of the profits earned from the Marketplace go right back to the students, teachers and the school. The PTSA provides educational, health and safety programs for the school and the community. It also helps fund student groups and a variety of student activities.

Most people from the community attend the Marketplace to get early shopping done before the busy holiday season approaches.  The event offers a variety of items ranging from clothes to home décor.

The Marketplace has always turned out be a major success in the past, helping the school fund different programs and helping people in the community with their early holiday shopping.