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Citizens for a Caledonia School District, a group pushing for the formation of an independent Caledonia school, is hosting a fish fry and raffle at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 20 at the Roundabout Bar & Grill, 5844 Douglas Ave.
The money will be used to pay for signs, literature drops, and advertising for the effort, according to a press release by the group.
The Caledonia village board gave its blessing on a referendum question on whether village residents want to pursue forming its own independent school district, a question that will be on the April 7 ballot.
The decision was met with applause by about
Participants will have the opportunity to win overnight hotel stays, personal care packages, outdoor fireplaces and an HD television in a silent auction to the highest bidder.
The cost of the fish fry and raffle is $25. Additional entries for the raffle are $20 per person. Children under 15 can eat for $5, and will be served boneless wings and other side items.
The public is welcome, including non-residents who want to support the cause, organizers said.
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