OCONTO FALLS - An Oconto Falls school damaged by arson held its annual auction Saturday.
People gathered at the temporary Saint Anthony Catholic School.
The auction wasn't for fire damages, it was held for operating expenses.
A fire caused about two million dollars in damage last year.
Seventeen-year-old Vincent Enneper was found guilty of starting the fire.
Organizers at the auction said it's not about the fire, it's about coming together as a community.
"It's also a time for us to gather as a family, a community, we have had such support not only from parishioners, our school families, but the whole community at large. So this is a time for us to get together, celebrate each other and to celebrate our school," said principal Rosemary Marifke.
The remodeling and renovations of the damaged school are about halfway complete.
School officials say they hope to have it all completed by June.
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