Cathedral Catholic High’s gala benefits its students

Friends of Cathedral Catholic High School gathered at the Grand Del Mar on Feb. 20 for the school’s annual gala. Themed “An Evening in the French Quarter,” the event was co-chaired by Tracee Cahill and Deborah Oliver. Silent and live auctions were held to help the gala committee meet its goal for the evening – subsidizing tuition for Cathedral Catholic High students.

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