The Central Catholic Improvement Basis’s annual Knight Dinner and Public sale will probably be held Nov. 19. From left are Kellie and Scott Weyers, who’re Knight fundraiser co-chairs; Basis Govt Director Jolene Wojcik; Tom and Kim Dinsdale, and Knight fundraiser co-chairs Jean and Mike Hamik. 

After going digital final 12 months, the Central Catholic Improvement Basis’s annual Knight Dinner and Public sale will return to an in-person occasion this 12 months.

Generally known as “The Phantom of the Knight,” the fundraiser is about for Nov. 19.

For the second 12 months in a row, Kim and Tom Dinsdale are donating $40,000 towards the acquisition of a brand new car from one of many Tom Dinsdale dealerships in Grand Island or Hastings.

“Kim and Tom Dinsdale, together with Tom Dinsdale Automotive, proceed their beneficiant assist of Grand Island Central Catholic,” in response to a information launch.

This would be the twenty fourth version of the Knight, and the Dinsdales have supported the fundraiser yearly, mentioned Jolene Wojcik, government director of the Central Catholic Improvement Basis.

“We’re extraordinarily grateful for the assist supplied by Kim and Tom Dinsdale. They’re a blessing to our neighborhood and this reward is one other great instance of their assist,” Wojcik mentioned within the information launch. “We enormously recognize them and their assist of this annual fundraiser. We’re planning to collect in particular person in November and revel in this enjoyable occasion.”

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Raffle tickets, priced at $100 every, will probably be accessible by means of Nov. 19 on the Central Catholic Improvement Basis workplace, Tom Dinsdale Automotive and from any Central Catholic Basis board member. In addition they could also be bought on-line at www.bidpal.web/knight2021.