The 41st Annual Pacelli Panacea was one for the books, seeing tremendous crowds and great fun. An event that draws current families and community members alike, there truly is something for everyone to enjoy.
Friday evening kicked off with Pacelli’s Famous Fish Fry and live music by Southbound. The classes of ’75 and ’85 reunited Friday night, enjoying laughs, reminiscing, and delighting in the school building and technology updates now in place.
Saturday began as a fun-filled day for the kids, with unlimited carnival ride wristbands, facepainting by the Pacelli dance team, and entertainment by both Tom Pease, popular children’s performer, and The Rogue who dazzled the kids with their juggling, magic, and balloon sculpting. The silent auction, spirit shoppe, basket raffle, and farmer’s market were buzzing with activity all day. The evening brought together the class of ’80 and the class of ’85, back for another night of Panacea fun, all while enjoying entertainment from Raised Reckless.
The major raffle booth was busy Sunday, selling tickets for both the cash and car raffle before the drawing, while the silent auction floor was buzzing with activity with bidders before the tables closed. Winners for the silent auction, major raffle and basket raffle can be found here.