Text and photos courtesy Mary Babbles, Holy Family School
Irish eyes were smiling at Holy Family School in Syracuse March 7 as the school held its annual Hooley. The Hooley — a festive evening of music, in Irish parlance — is the school’s largest fundraising event of the year, with all proceeds going toward scholarships/tuition assistance.

This year’s event was titled Hooley2.0, as it was an all-new, adult-only format. The admission price included all food and beverages — appetizers, assorted food stations, beer/wine/soft drinks by Limp Lizard and desserts by The Patisserie — plus entertainment by The Mere Mortals. There were silent and live auctions along with a 50/50 raffle, the traditional Hooley raffle, and two lottery basket raffles.

Holy Family School provides a Catholic education for students PreK to grade 6. For more information, visit holyfamilyschoolsyr.org.

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