Submitted by Rosary High
Rosary High School, 901 N. Edgelawn Drive in Aurora, is wrapping up a year of 50th anniversary events with a Mass and family picnic on Saturday, May 4. No RSVP is required.
Abbot John from Marmion Abbey will celebrate a Saturday evening Mass in the Rosary auditorium at 4 p.m. After Mass, the family picnic will include food available for purchase from Reuland's, music by Billy Croft and the 5-Alarm Band, and a 52-foot inflatable obstacle course for the children.
Food available from Reuland's will include hot dogs, hamburgers, bratwurst, veggie burgers, chicken breast, and rib-eye steak sandwiches. Sandwiches with chips range from $4 to $8; dinners with fresh fruit and potato salad range from $7 to $11. Ice cream treats will be available for 95 cents to $1.40. Soda and water are $1, and beer and wine are $4. Dine in the cafeteria or outside under a tent in front of the gym.
Billy Croft & The 5-Alarm Band is a country rock band playing music from the Eagles and Linda Ronstadt, to contemporary hits by Keith Urban, Jason Aldean, Rascal Flatts, Lady Antebellum, and Sugarland, to his own music dedicated to service workers from the heartland. Billy's commitment to service led him to become a fireman; his love of music led him to form Billy Croft & The 5-Alarm Band. For information, visit www.billycroft.com.
Founded in 1962, Rosary High School is a Catholic, college-preparatory high school for young women located in Aurora, and sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of Springfield, Ill. For information, call the school at (630) 896-0831 or visit www.rosaryhs.com.