Did you miss the Eclipse last Monday?

Couldn't get away from the office? Maybe you were on an airplane. Perhaps you didn't have the right safety glasses?

Despite this being one of the most hyped, talked about, and   anticipated events in recent history ( as it was nearly 100 years since the last total solar eclipse was visible from coast to coast in the USA) projections from news outlets are that more people missed it then witnessed it.
Regardless of how much we want to partake in such special, fun, and community type events, w e often face insurmountable obstacles that prevent us from doing so.

Perhaps, to your deep regret, you won't be able to join our Golf Outing on September 11 either. While you'll miss out on a great day of fun on the course, don't fret, for there is still a way to partake in the post-game fun and also come away with one of our great Auction items.

For $50 you are welcome to come join us for the cocktail hour which begins at 5:00 p.m. followed by dinner and the live Auction.  If you can't make that party either, but would still wish to come away with one of these items, call our Advancement  Director, Frank Glowaty, at 630-718-2134 to place your bid on any of the following:

- Dinner for 10 prepared by Chef Terrell, owner of Dark Horse 
  and former chef at Sullivan's
      Enjoy an unforgettable dining experience prepared by the chef  
            from  Naperville's hottest new restaurant 

- 4 tickets, and parking, for the Hawks vs. Edmonton Oilers
  on October 19
       You'll be sitting among the owners and players wives.

- a framed and autographed Kris Bryant home jersey
     The reigning MVP would look good in your man cave.

- Principal for a Day
Declaring an out-of-uniform and no homework day is only the beginning.

- Golf for 3 at Medinah Country Club on Course #3
    Host of the 2012 Ryder Cup, 3 U.S. Opens, and 2 PGA championships

- 4 tickets (valued at $149 each) to the Cubs-Mets game on
  Thursday, September 14
       Could this be the day the Cubs officially clinch a playoff berth?
- Golf for 3 at Butterfield Country Club 
      One of the most prestigious courses in Chicagoland 
- 4 Club Level tickets to the Blackhawks vs. Anaheim Ducks
     on November 27. Row 1 right behind the net the Hawks    
       shoot at in periods 1 & 3.  Parking included.   
       Said is back, and so is Sharp!  A great early Christmas gifts.
- a reserved front row pew (with parking) at the 4:00 p.m.
    Christmas Eve Mass
        No need to arrive an hour early in an attempt to save seats  
     and still sit in the back of church.  Easter Sunday is also available. 
Is someone in your circle having a birthday? Or an anniversary? Would you like to surprise and impress a business client with a memorable experience? Perhaps you want to impress your boss or father-in-law or celebrate a special occasion with friends or loved ones.  Maybe you're just tired of giving gift cards as presents?

Regardless of your motive, there aren't many opportunities besides going to scalpers to acquire any of these items and still help our school in the process.

    Volume 5, No. 5      
August 30, 2017

The 29th annual Harold and Margaret Moser Memorial Golf Outing for Financial Aid and General Operational Needs at Saints Peter & Paul School will be held on Monday,
September 11,
at the Naperville
Country Club.

It's the final year for our co-chairs of the past seven years,
Bill Hayes '84 and
Bill Blum '88.   
Let's send them off with a bang and put a huge dent in the $125,000 in tuition assistance requests which Fr. Milota has already received!   

First time players are only charged $150.   Spouses of players enjoy dinner at no extra cost.

For more information or to register please click here.


Then do the next best thing and join our Wine & Cheese Party !

4:00-6:00 pm

Naperville Country Club patio

$25 per person
If your spouse is golfing, than you can stay for the Cocktail Hour and Dinner at no extra cost.

Click here to register 
SSPP Trivia
When our school was founded in 1853 ....
.....aspiring writers or reporters never dreamed of one day earning a Pulitzer Prize for their journalism as that prestigious award was not presented until 1917.