The Vineyard of God Christian School held a successful spring fundraiser, called Fajitas and Fellowship, on the lawn of the Bandera Courthouse last Saturday, April 24 from 6-8 pm.
VOG, as members and others call it for short, were happy with the results of sales.
“We sold out and raised nearly $1,100,” said VOG spokesperson Rebecca Escobar.
VOG officials said that the funds from the event will go toward outdoor classroom and playground needs.
The event was coordinated by the school’s newly created Parent Teacher Fellowship (PTF).
“The PTF is an essential pillar in the school’s organization, working to build community among parents and between the VOG staff and school family,” said VOG officials in a release.
Most attendees used the drive-through including early birds Zane and Jane Everett, who were accompanied by their dog, Mia.
“We have been looking forward to this event and a good meal,” Zane Everett said as he drove away.
The fellowship was palpable all over the area behind the Courthouse, especially with younger children running around and making adults laugh.
Spokesperson Rebecca Escobar said VOG will likely consider another spring event.
VOG is Pre-K to second grade and is shooting to add third grade next school year.