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    • Justinian XXXVIII Co-Chairs

Fr. Michael Sajda is pleased to announce the co-chairs for the 38th Annual Justinian Dinner Auction; David & Laurieann Jacobs (Benjamin ’19), Urmas & Kim Lupkin (Nicholas ’18 & Connor ’20) and Chris ’88 & Eileen Luterek (Aaron ’19).
The Justinian XXXVIII Dinner Auction, one of the largest fundraisers for St. Francis High School, will be held on Saturday, May 11, 2019. Over the past 37 years The Justinian, named after our founder Fr. Justin Figas, has generated revenues to help generations of young men attend St. Francis. Proceeds from this event support tuition assistance programs that directly benefit current and future students.
The event is held in the transformed gymnasiums, with a gourmet dinner provided by Frontier Catering and top shelf bar from Ilio DiPaolo’s Restaurant. The evening will include silent and live auctions, as well as a Split Club and an opportunity to win the verbal auction item of your choice through the Golden Ticket Raffle. We hope that you will join us on Saturday, May 11, 2019 for this night of elegance, fine dining and camaraderie in support of St. Francis.

Justinian Dinner Auction


In 1924, +Fr. Justin Figas, OFM Conv., set out to fulfill his vision of establishing a Franciscan college preparatory school to serve the young men of WNY and beyond.  With the support of his faithful "Justin Drivers", Fr. Justin was able to raise the necessary funds, and in 1927 St. Francis High School opened...making his dream a reality. Ninety years later loyal alumni, parents, alumni parents, friends, faculty and staff of St. Francis High School continue the journey. 

Please join us on Saturday, May 11, 2019 as St. Francis High School hosts Justinian XXXVIII.  The Justinian Auction raises funds for academic scholarships and tuition assistance  and allows us to help carry on Fr. Justin's vision of educating young men in the Franciscan Tradition. 

Celebrating 37 Years of Justinian 1981 - 2018

Success Begins at St. Francis