USJ’s annual Holiday Mart is the school’s largest fundraiser. This multi-day Merchandise Mart features gifts, clothing and accessories, holiday and home decorative items, and much, much more. The 2021 Holiday Mart will open with a Preview Party on Thursday, November 18, 2021. It is sponsored by the USJ Parents’ Club and many local businesses in the Jackson community. Traditionally held the weekend before Thanksgiving, Holiday Mart attracts approximately 10,000 people to the Carl Perkins Civic Center to shop, enjoy a variety of foods, and get in the holiday spirit.
The Holiday Mart is open to the public on November 19-21, 2021.
We are excited to offer some of your favorite Holiday Mart bakeshop items including cheese braids, pumpkin rolls, and strawberry cakes.
Even though we cannot come together this year for our beloved Holiday Mart event, we still want to offer your family the top Holiday Mart Bakeshop and Bistro items that we know are part of your holiday traditions. All items will be prepared in the school cafeteria under strict cafeteria health and food safety standards.
These items will be offered as a presale only event. To place an order, use the link below or complete the form below and return the form and your payment to the Lower/Middle-Upper School offices by Friday, October 30th.
Pick-up for the items will be on Saturday, November 21st at the Middle School carpool entrance from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM and Tuesday, November 24th at the Middle School carpool entrance from 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM.
The cream cheese braids, pumpkin rolls, and strawberry cakes will be frozen when picked up and should be kept frozen until ready to serve.
Questions? Please call: TJ Head at 731-501-0501
Order form- https://bit.ly/2ScCpOe
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