Bidders gathering around their favorite teacher during “Fund-A-Need” at the Snohomish Education Foundation annual auction. (Contributed photo)

Bidders gathering around their favorite teacher during “Fund-A-Need” at the Snohomish Education Foundation annual auction. (Contributed photo)

Snohomish Education Foundation raises record-breaking $256K

The Snohomish Education Foundation raised over $256,000 at its 2018 “Imagine… Where Their Paths May Lead” annual auction, held recently at the Tulalip Resort Casino. The amount sets a new record.

The fundraiser was attended by 347 guests and benefits student programs in the Snohomish School District. Of the money raised, $66,300 will benefit classroom grants, going to teachers and staff during the current school year for a variety of programs.

Learn more about the Snohomish Education Foundation at www.snoed.org.

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