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Buy Raffle Tickets Through Feb. 7!

Mercy McAuley's Raffle is now under way! The student raffle raises essential funds that directly support the young women here Mercy McAuley. Money raised from the raffle helps provide scholarships, financial aid and campus improvements.

Grand prize is $10,000; 1st Prize is $1,000; and the Early Bird Prize is $500. Early Bird will be drawn on Friday, February 7, and the big winners will be drawn at the Fire and Ice Auction on February 15.

Tickets can be purchased from any student or employee, or online HERE. Thank you for supporting Mercy McAuley!

Child Development Class Accepting Preschool Registrations

UPDATE: Both the Tuesday and Friday preschool sessions are now full. Thank you for your interest in our program!

Winter Play, 26 Pebbles, Featured on WLWT News!

Our winter play, 26 Pebbles, caught the attention of WLWT-TV News on January 8. The play tells the story of the town of Newtown, CT, as they rebuilt their community after the Sandy Hook school shooting that occurred in December of 2012. Click HERE to view the WLWT news segment.

26 Pebbles runs January 10 - 12. Shows are at 7:30 p.m. on January 10 and 11, and at 2 p.m. on January 12. Seating is limited. Purchase tickets online HERE.

Vocal Ensemble Italian Dinner is February 9!

Join us for the Mercy McAuley Vocal Ensemble's Italian Dinner on Sunday, February 9, from 4 - 7 p.m. in the Mercy McAuley cafeteria. LaRosa's meatballs, pasta, salad and breadsticks will be served, along with homemade desserts. There will also be a basket raffle and split-the-pot. The Vocal Ensemble will perform at 4:30, 5:30 and 6:30. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $10 (adults), $8 (students and seniors) or $5 (kids 5 and under.) Proceeds defray the cost of competition at the Heritage Music Festival in Nashville. Questions? Contact Mary White at 681-1800 x2228 or whitem@mercymcauley.org.

Winter Play, 26 Pebbles, is Jan. 10 - 12

Join us for our winter play, 26 Pebbles, January 10 - 12! 26 Pebbles tells the story of the community of Newtown, CT, following the Sandy Hook School shooting. Told from the perspective of many Newtown community members, this play asks tough questions, seeks to answer them, and ultimately asks us all to consider how we support one another, how we love, how we forgive, and how we move forward. How does a town shaken by such horrible tragedy rebuild and move forward? What can we as a country learn from this tragedy? "We are love. We are Newtown."

Purchase tickets at the door or online HERE.

CONTENT WARNING: The content of this show is not appropriate for younger audiences. The subject matter is heavy.