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Welcome Whitefield Academy provides a Christ-centered environment of academic excellence to equip students for a life of learning and service to the glory of God.” Welcome! Thank you for your attendance at the Whitefield Academy annual benefit auction. Your participation ensures that exceptional Christian education will continue to be available in Kansas City. Funds raised this evening allow Whitefield Academy to maintain excellence in educating the hearts, minds, souls and bodies our future leaders. Equipping students to think critically, communicate clearly and lead compassionately takes commitment as well as method. John Milton in his essay “Of Education” states the following: “The end then of learning is to repair the ruins of our first parents by regaining to know God aright, and out of that knowledge to love him, to imitate him, to be like him, as we may the nearest by possessing our souls of true virtue, which being united to the heavenly grace of faith makes up the highest perfection.” Whitefield Academy takes to heart Milton's expression for this purpose of education. We stand as a testament to the reality of having a deeply religious, Christ centered education together with academic excellence. Whitefield graduates average 27 on the ACT (the 90th percentile) and have a 100% qualification on the essay portion of the college entrance exams. This data demonstrates we are graduating students who think critically, communicate clearly, and lead with compassion, motivated by loving, imitating and being like Christ. Such graduates will bring to our communities in their roles as spouses, parents, employers or employees, the moral and ethical strength we need to advance God's Kingdom and bring Him glory. Your participation tonight supports Whitefield in this Kingdom building and we thank you. This evening would not exist without the generosity of the entire community. Donors, underwriters, advertisers, and table hosts have given generously to ensure a successful night. We are indebted to all who have poured themselves into this year’s auction, including the auction committee members who have helped in countless ways and have given up countless hours of labor. You chose to spend the evening with us and Whitefield Academy humbly thanks you. May tonight bless you with a pleasurable time and a knowledge that you have made a significant difference in the education of tomorrow’s leaders. Jim Selby Headmaster Page 1 2008 Sponsorships Silver $1000-$1999 Larry Shouse Bronze $500-$999 J. G. & Deanna Hitchens Levy & Craig Ted & BJ Williams Laurel up to $499 Dennis & Shelly LeRoy Table Hosts Jeff & Flo Beseth Gordon & Karen Black Jimmy & Sally Dodd Russ & Darla Dykstra Jorge & Karen Garcia John & Reneé Herman Greg Jones Todd & Stephanie Jones Tom & Kathy Kinnan Matthew & Jennifer Large Joe & Melanie Morsman Sam & Susan Myers Collette Norton Rob & Jane Pitkin Steve & Mary Pruitt Tony & Cheryl Ray Tom & Debbie Reed Francois Sherman Larry Shouse James & Tina Stanley Richard & Amira Strang Phil & Jeanette Veltkamp Ted & BJ Williams WHITEFIELD ACAEMY 2008 BENEFIT AUCTION Page 2 Evening Events 5:30 pm Silent Auction Begins 6:30 pm Section One closes ♦ 6:40 pm Section Two closes ♦ 6:50 pm Section Three closes 6:55 pm Welcome and Invocation James Selby, Headmaster 7:00 pm Main Course Mixed Tossed Green Salad with Ranch/Raspberry Vinaigrette Dressings Classic London Broil - Marinated and Lightly Sautéed Garlic Mashed Potatoes Fresh Green Beans with Red Peppers Dinner Rolls & Butter ♦ Coffee & Tea Chocolate Cake ♦ Cheesecake with Strawberry Sauce Entertainment Scott McDonald 7:30 pm Video Presentation 7:35 pm Live Auction Sally Moore, Master of Ceremonies Lonny Houk, Auctioneer 9:00 pm Closing Remarks & Benediction James Selby Page 3 A Very Special Thank You A D Abuelo’s Dave & Busters Seth Acuna Dave Smith The Lampmaker American Heartland Theatre DEMDACO American Royal Discover Vision Center Anderson Restaurant Group Dobbel’s True Value Hardware Arby’s Dos de Oros Artisan Francais Dramatic Truth Associated Audiologists Drury Inn, Inc B E Patti Bellar Dance Studio Eagle’s Gymnastics The Berry Patch Dr. Jeff Earl Bike America Eilenberger’s Automotive Blue Cross/Blue Shield Einstein Brothers Bott Radio Network Bristol Brookside Jewelry F William L. Brown, Jr., DDS FABU Amy Bucher Photographic Artist Family Tree Nursery Bushnell Fiorella’s Jack Stack Barbeque Finish Touch Interiors Fitness Together C Folly Theatre California Closets Fox & Hound English Pub & Grill Camelot Ballroom Fuddruckers #102 Cardiovascular Consultants Fundamentally Driven Basketball Camp Cedar Crest Lodge Ceramic Café Chafee Locksmith G Chestnut Fine Arts Center Gate’s Barbeque Children’s Museum of Kansas City Grandma’s Office Catering Christian Youth Theater Great Harvest Bread Co. Classic Catering Guitar Source Coldstone Creamery Cottage Care of Shawnee H Coterie Theatre Hanger’s Cleaners Crown Center Dr. Hannah & Oltjen Crown Center Ice Terrace Harriman Jewell Series Crystal Cove Bed & Breakfast Harry S. Truman Memorial Library The Culture House Drs. Hawks, Besler & Rogers Curves of Lenexa Highwoods Properties His & Her Fitness Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites West Holtze Executive Village Hotel Homer’s Coffee House WHITEFIELD ACAEMY 2008 BENEFIT AUCTION Page 4 to Each of our Gift Donors I M Indian Creek Natural Medicine McCormick & Schmick’s InterContinental Kansas City McKeeson Pharmaceutical Irish Crystal Company MidAmerica Nazarene University Isaac Alongi Studios Midwest Aquatics It’s a Grind Midwest Compounding Pharmacy Mighty Mo Canoe Rental Mimi’s Café J Missouri Botanical Garden Jaegers Paintball & Lasertag My Favorite Things Jalapeno’s Mexican Restaurant Jason’s Deli Jersey Boyz N Jim Stafford Theatre NAIA Buffalo Funds Nebraska Furniture Mart Negro Leagues Baseball Museum K Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Kanakuk Kamps Noonshine Window Cleaning Service Kansas City Ballet Kansas City Chamber Orchestra Kansas City Fencing Center O Kansas City Repertory Theatre Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Symphony P Kansas City T-Bones Paradise Park Family Fun Kansas City Zoo Paul Mesner Puppets Kansas Cosmosphere & Space Center Pei Wei Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art Planet Sub Kokopelli Mexican Cantina Porch Swing Inn Kolache Factory Powell Gardens Ko’s Black Belt Academy Prior Attire Feel-Good Resale Shop PT’s Coffee Co. L LatteLand Expresso Q Laura Little’s Quality Hill Playhouse Learning RX Leawood Family Dental LLC Le Fou Frog R Les Bourgeois RC’s Restaurant Lied Center of Kansas Red Bud Cove Bed & Breakfast LithoSource, Inc. Tom Reed, DDS Loch Lloyd Country Club Roe Body Shop Loechler, Inc. Ryan Lawn and Tree Louis & Company Lyric Opera of Kansas City Page 5 S Sabates Eye Center U Salon Mission & Day Spa Union Station Kansas City Salsa Grill US Toy SchoolHouse Bed & Breakfast Audrey Seeley & Co. L.L.C. Shepherd of the Hills W Shop Beautiful Waldo Pizza Silver Dollar City Walls of Clay Skate City Walt Disney World Co. Sopra Salon & Spa Westin Crown Center Southmoreland on the Plaza Wild Bird Center SPIN! Neapolitan Pizza William Jewel College Sports Clips Haircuts Wonderscope Children’s Museum Stanley Tire & Automotive LLC WWI Museum at Liberty memorial Stone Canyon Pizza Judy Williams Photography Sydney’s Pet Spa Worldview Academy Jim Stafford Theatre Stuff X Xiphium T Toner Jewelry Y Torreon Restaurant YMCA—Red Bridge Toy & Miniature Museum YouthFront Truman Presidential Library & Museum There may be names missing from the above lists due to printing deadlines. WHITEFIELD ACAEMY 2008 BENEFIT AUCTION Page 6 A Very Special Thank You Parents, Students & Friends of Whitefield Liz Allegar David & Gigi Haydon Shelby Richardson Diane Austin Janelle Herman Bethany Rodriguez Terri Bachtel John & Reneé Herman Jessica Rodriguez Dr. Calvin Beck Sandy Herrick Jonathan Rodriguez Sue Becker Deanna Hitchens Erwin & Heidi Rodriguez David & Amber Beisegel Laura Hitchens Maria Ross Alex Berger Elizabeth Hill Zach Ross Sarah Berger Junior Class Dr. Robert Schucardt Jeff & Flo Beseth Marjorie Kater Louis Schuler Julie Blankenship Lisa Kessler Second Grade Class Bill & Claudia Brown Scott Kimm Jim & Elaine Selby Lucille Chambers Kindergarten Class Kristin Selby Clayton Buckner Kathy Kinnan Jason Sells Jenny Buckner Jerry & Patty Kirk Senior Class of 2008 Dan & Leann Carr Cindy Knox Seventh Grade Class Laura Casper Gene LaMaire Robert & Melinda Shields Bob Clayton Matt & Jennifer Large Samantha Shouse Sharen Cunningham Arrione Lloyd Rondal Smith Ann Deddens Alan & Becky Mercer Sixth Grade Class Jane Dirks Matt & Amy McIntosh Sophomore Class Katie Dirks Delaney Milbourn Carrol Stone Sarah Dodd Ben Morsman Corrie Stone Sally & Jimmy Dodd Joe & Melanie Morsman Norma Stone Jeff & Lynne Dykstra Jim Mullinex Luke & Shari Swartz Joel Dykstra Dirk Nowitzki Third Grade Class Russ & Darla Dykstra Patricia Patton Chad Veltkamp Fifth Grade Class Molly Pitkin Phil & Jeanette Veltkamp First Grade Class Joshua Porteous Timothy Veltkamp Fourth Grade Class A. L. Pugsley Janie Williams Chris Fowler Tony & Cheryl Ray Peter Williams Freshman Class Joel Reed Ted & B.J. Williams Jorge & Karen Garcia Tom & Debbie Reed Sharon Wright Jessie Harper Lauren Rice Roy & Lori Harrison Stan & Kay Rice There may be names missing from the above lists due to printing deadlines. Page 7 Whitefield Academy Upper School presents The Taming of the Shrew Thursday, May 1, 7 pm Friday, May 2, 7 pm Saturday, May 3, 7 pm Students, $5.00—Adults, $7.50 Refreshments available at intermission Special Matinee Friday, May 2, 9 am Students, $3.00—Adults $5.00 WHITEFIELD ACAEMY 2008 BENEFIT AUCTION Page 8 Sally Moore Master of Ceremonies Sally Moore has nearly 20 years experience in television news, with 14 years in Kansas City as an anchor woman and field reporter for KSHB-TV. In her tenure at NBC Action News, Sally received numerous awards for both investigative and consumer reporting including three Emmy's. Taking advantage of the experience she had gained working on investment properties with her husband, Sally recently left the world of news to pursue a career selling residential real estate for Keller Williams, a Christian-based company founded on a simple principle: God first, family second, and business third. She was recently named the Top Producing Individual Agent for 2007. Sally works for Keller Williams full time, and enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter. Sally is a graduate of the University of Kansas with a B.S. in broadcast journalism. Lonny Houk Auctioneer After retiring from a career of service to our country as a U.S. Army officer, Lonny Houk founded Feed My Lambs, International, a Christian relief organization. Lonny has a real heart for Whitefield as he’s gotten to know many students and their families as they’ve worked side-by-side at Feed My Lambs. Currently Lonny is working full time for Building God's Way, a national organization that builds churches and Christian schools. He has been a professional auctioneer for many years and lives with his wife Katy in Lewistown, Missouri. Scott McDonald Tonight’s Musician Tonight we will be enjoying the musical talents of Scott McDonald, one of the area's most well known and talented pianist and composer. Scott recently released a CD containing eleven original Christian songs of faith and inspiration entitled "Living Inside the Light". A graduate of the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music, Scott's impressive resume includes six albums, an international tour with Andy Williams and even a performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Locally, Scott can be heard playing longstanding engagements, performing at local events and worship services. To learn more about Scott and his music, visit him on the word wide web at scottmcdonaldmusic.com. Page 9 Super Silent Items KINDERGARTEN PLANTER Garden treasures in a beautifully painted ceramic pot. Donated by: Kindergarten Class Value: Priceless 7021 1ST GRADE –CEDAR WINDOW BOX This 40” window box is made of cedar that will age or can be painted or stained to match your house. It comes with mounting board and hardware. The 1st grade class has painted flower pots to put in the window box. Brightly painted flower pots are adorned with insects, flowers and creepy crawlies, made from each student’s spe- cial thumbprints. Donated by: 1st Grade Class Value: Priceless 7045 2ND GRADE –HEALTH AND FITNESS GIFT BASKET Health and Fitness are important to Second Graders! We have been studying the Human Body and have created a gift package to assist you in reaching your health and fitness goals and to help treat your body right! In our pack- age you will find items to build strong muscles and a healthy heart: hand weights, exercise mat, balance ball, jump rope, healthy cookbooks, exercise DVDs, and more...all packaged in a handy duffle bag for carrying your fitness stuff! Donated by: Second Grade Class Value: $175 7015 5TH GRADE - BIRD LOVERS BASKET Beautify your yard with these unique bird feeders and the native birds that will visit them. Binoculars will allow you a closer look, and a birder’s book will help you identify the more rare visitor. Bird seed and suet included to get you started. Pop in the CD of bird song and imagine the warmer, greener days of Spring, soon to come. In- cludes a CD of birdsong, a birding book, binoculars, a teak and etched-glass bird feeder with shelled sunflower seeds, a copper-roofed suet feeder and suet inserts, bird houses and more. Donated by: Fifth Grade Class Value: Priceless 7003 7TH GRADE ITALIAN DELIGHT NIGHT You will be delighted to have all the makings for your own Italian Delight Night. This class project provides a cute pizza stone and a large pasta bowl. The basket includes a pizza cutter, spatula, olive oil, Italian spices, a cookbook and other great items to create many memorable meals. Donated by: Seventh Grade Class Value: $150 7002 9TH GRADE SMALL CHEST OF DRAWERS This small chest, stained and painted by our very own 9th grade class, has many useful possibilities. It could be used for knick knacks, crafts, papers, etc. It has a black background with stained drawers. Let the words on the drawers remind you of your faith. Donated by: Ninth Grade Class Value: Priceless 7026 THE WESTIN CROWN CENTER HOTEL A night out on the town! This package includes one deluxe guest room for two plus $125 towards dinner at Benton’s Steak and Chop House. This restaurant, which is located on the 20th floor of the hotel, has beautiful views of the Liberty Memorial, Union Station and downtown Kansas City. Friday or Saturday stay only with the guest room. Donated by: The Westin Crown Center Hotel Value: $330 WHITEFIELD ACAEMY 2008 BENEFIT AUCTION Page 10 7029 THE CLIQUE A wonderful band for your personal or company event. The Clique will play a mix of rock and oldies for three hours. This is the band that played for the Whitefield Academy picnic this year. Expires March 1, 2009. Donated by: The Clique Value: $500 7010 NAIA BASKETBALL FAN PACK One Ticket Voucher Book for the 71st Annual Buffalo Funds NAIA Division I Men's Basketball National Champi- onship, March 19-25, 2008 at Municipal Auditorium. Two NAIA Flex Packs – a book of 18 General Admission vouchers redeemable for any session (includes over $300 in coupon savings), a Rawlings NAIA basketball, a Rawlings NAIA messenger bag, and a tournament poster. Donated by: Buffalo Funds Value: $250 7024 COLORADO HOUSE FOR WEEK OF JUNE 8-14, 2008 A beautiful mountain cabin is nestled at 10,000 feet just below St. Mary’s Glacier in Colorado. The master bed- room, a guest bedroom, and a back cabin with two double bunks will provide you the rest of your life. Within your 360-degree panorama, the cabin is surrounded by mountains only a half a mile away for ¾ of the view while the remaining ¼ overlooks a lake within sight of four mountain ranges. In the master bedroom you can view the gla- cier while lying in your king size bed. The guest room is equipped with a queen size bed. Located just outside Idaho Springs, Colorado, the area has numerous historic silver and gold rush trails, high alpine lakes, excellent hik- ing and mountain biking trails and 4x4 jeep roads. St. Mary's is the southernmost glacier in North America. Donated by: Dr. & Mrs. Jerry Kirk Value: $3000 7038 LASIK FOR ONE EYE Lasik for one eye. Expiration date March, 2009. Donated by: Sabates Eye Centers Value: $1500 7008 WHITEFIELD ACADEMY ALUMNI AUTOGRAPHED T-SHIRT Signed by Whitefield Alumni commemorating the 2008 Alumni-Varsity Basketball Game. Donated by: Whitefield Academy Value: Priceless 7017 GARMIN GPS Refurbished Nuvi 200 GPS. This sleek navigator and travel companion comes with preloaded maps for the lower 48 states, Hawaii and Puerto Rico or regional coverage in other areas. The Nuvi 200 sports a sleek, slim design and fits comfortably in your pocket or purse. Its rechargeable lithium-ion battery makes it convenient for navigation by car or foot. Donated by: Jeff & Flo Beseth Value: $200 7018 STUDENT PARKING SPACE The winning family may have the student driver park in the designated space in front of the student entrance for the 2008/2009 school year. Donated by: Whitefield Academy Value: Priceless Page 11 Super Silent Items 7043 BOTOX GIFT CERTIFICATE Botox is a simple, non-surgical procedure that smoothes the lines between your brows. The natural, purified pro- tein relaxes muscles that cause wrinkles. Coupon includes free treatment of one area only for your first visit, ad- ministered in Discover Vision’s Independence office by Dr. Melissa Cable. Valid by appointment only. Must be 21 years of older. Expires on June 30, 2008. Donated by: Discover Vision Centers Value: $350 7020 TURKEY OR DEER HUNT, YOUR CHOICE Hunt legendary Kansas white-tailed deer, known for their big antlers and great tasting meat. Experience these beautiful and graceful animals from a ground blind or with a bird’s eye view from a laddered tree stand. Learn how to find deer, pick a good hunting location, and best yet, master the language of buck and does with deer calls. Pick your weapon, muzzle loader, bow and arrow, rifle, digital or film camera. Kansas deer license and hunter’s safety course required if shooting a deer. Enjoy a crisp and cool fall day, surrounded by colorful leaves. Bring a friend, or come alone, but by all means, don’t stay at home! OR Start your day off bright and early as the owls fall asleep and the woods wake up. Enjoy a beautiful spring morning exploring the great outdoors with a focus on finding and calling in wild turkeys. Take your best shot with your camera or gun. Come alone, bring a friend or a family member. Guaranteed to be a day to remember for both you AND the turkeys. Kansas Turkey license and hunter safety course required if shooting a turkey. If you don’t bid on this item, you’ll feel like a turkey! Donated by: David Beisiegel, Casey Kapple and Jim Rahto Value: $250 7009 KAY RICE’S PIE OF THE MONTH CLUB Kay Rice, a Whitefield volunteer supreme and marvelous baker will supply you with one pie a month for a year. Select 12 pies from the list, one will be delivered to you each month. Traditional Cherry, Traditional Apple, French Apple, Traditional Blueberry, Creamy Blueberry, Pumpkin, Strawberry-Rhubarb, Pumpkin Chiffon, Pecan, Choco- late Pecan, Chocolate Cream, Coconut Cream, Boston Cream, Banana Cream, Strawberry, Derby, Custard, Peach, Kay will even make you your favorite pie by special request. Donated by: Kay Rice Value: $150 7039 GOLF FOR THREE AT LOCH LLOYD Golf with cart for three at Loch Lloyd Country Club. Good on Mondays or Thursdays. Donated by: Loch Lloyd Country Club Value: $300 7000 DEMDACO WILLOW TREE NATIVITY SET The beautiful willow tree nativity group includes 19 nativity figurines and crèche. Donated by: DEMDACO Value: $300 7001 FOUR PLACE SETTING OF DEMDACO “CHOCOLATE BERRIES” STONEWARE Beautiful chocolate brown pottery with delicate red berry detailing is dishwasher and microwave safe. Start a col- lection of this special stoneware which also includes many serving pieces. Donated by: DEMDACO Value: $285 7023 $1000 DENTAL TREATMENT Dr. William Brown - For treatment for any family members, insurance payment not included. Bill is the husband of our 6th grade teacher and father of a 2007 graduate of Whitefield. Donated by: Dr. William Brown, DDS Value: $1000 WHITEFIELD ACAEMY 2008 BENEFIT AUCTION Page 12 7011 BASEBALL CARD COLLECTING START SET Set includes baseball rookies 88-89, ‘05 Topps pristine, Homers cookies (three), ‘88 Denruss Box (four), ‘92 Fleer Ultra Baseball Box, ‘92-’93 Fleer Ultra Basketball Box (contains possible Shaq rookie), ‘90 Wheaties-Cincinnati Reds, set ‘93 Fleer Ultra Box, ‘90 Score complete set, ‘90 Topps complete set, ‘89 Topps complete set, ‘88 Score complete set, ‘90 Topps Traded set, ‘89 Griffey Jr. starting Line up, Winner’s Circle—Dale Earnhardt Donated by: Jimmy Dodd Value: $500 7027 ISAAC ALONGI PHOTO SESSION Isaac Alongi is a favorite young photographer in the Kansas City area, specializing in artful black and white pho- tography. Includes two 10” black and white prints. Donated by: Alongi Studios Value: $320 7016 CHIROPRACTIC PAIN RELIEF HELP Quality chiropractic care provided by Dr. David Beisiegal, a Whitefield dad, at Indian Creek Natural Medicine. Includes new patient evaluation and x-rays, if needed, plus six adjustments and mechanical massage table sessions/ pressure point therapy/electrical stimulation. All therapies depend on diagnosis. Flexible gel ice pack and Biof- reeze pain relieving gel included. The $500 certificate may be applied toward deductibles or co-pays for in-office chiropractic services. Donated by: Dr. David Beisiegel Value: $500 7014 FIFTY FOUR VOLUME SET OF GREAT BOOKS A beautiful set of volumes to begin or continue a lifetime of learning. Donated by: Phil & Jeanette Veltkamp Value: $500 7004 WALT DISNEYWORLD TICKETS Four one-day Magic Your Way Park Hopper passes. Donated by: Walt DisneyWorld Value: $464 7005 TAYLOR MADE GOLF BAG Donated by: Loechler Inc. Value: $200 7006 GIRLS/LADIES CLUBS AND BAG BY DUNLAP Donated by: Loechler Inc. Value: $200 7007 MIZUNO TRAVEL COVER Donated by: Loechler Inc. Value: $200 7022 PLAZA GETAWAY One night in superior accommodation at the InterContinental, double occupancy and tax included. Includes a gon- dola ride on the Plaza, dinner at McCormick & Schmick’s and a $50 Plaza Gift certificate. Hotel stay is subject to availability, not valid on holidays and blackout dates November 22—December 8, 2008. Donated by: Intercontinental Hotel, McCormick & Schmicks, McKeeson Company, Jorge & Karen Garcia Value: $379 Page 13 Super Silent Items, continued 7019 YOUTHFRONT CAMP One week of summer camp at either location. Must be registered by March 15, 2008. Donated by: YouthFront Camp Value: $330 7024 THREE BEDROOM TOWNHOME IN VAIL, COLORADO Newly renovated two story townhouse on the banks of Gore Creek in west Vail comfortably houses a family of seven. Enjoy white water rafting, hiking and biking trails, hot tub, gold medal trout streams. Available for six day, five nights April 19-30, May except Memorial Day weekend, June 1-21 and all of October. Donated by: Calvin Beck Value: $1500 7013 MARCUS ALLEN AUTOGRAPHED CHIEF’S JERSEY AND FOOTBALL Hall of Famer SIGNED Marcus Allen Kansas City Chiefs Jersey, #32, signed by one of the greatest running backs in NFL his- tory. Size L—perfect for displaying in a case in your rec room! Rare find due to his retirement after only 4 years with the be- loved Chiefs. Donated by: Sue Becker & Blue Cross Blue Shield Value: Priceless 7028 MOTHER’S DAY PACKAGE! Mom or any special woman in your life will enjoy this package of pampering complete with a massage, pedicure or manicure, house cleaning, Healing Garden Lavendar Therapy Kit, and $50 Nordstrom gift certificate. Donated by: Sopra Salon & Day Spa, A Perfect Ten, Cottage Care, Darla Dykstra & Reneé Herman Value: $295 BRANSON GETAWAY Branson SS Getaway—Gift certificate for a two night stay for two adults in the Lakefront King Suite at the Red Bud Cove Bed and Breakfast located on Table Rock Lake. May be used Sundays thru Thursdays, excluding holidays and excluding the period of June 15-August 15. Expires December 2009. Enjoy a performance at the Jim Stafford Theater, expiration date June 2008. Donated by: RedBud Cove, Jim Stafford Theatre Value: $283 WHITEFIELD ACAEMY 2008 BENEFIT AUCTION Page 14 Live Auction Items 1 Delicious Darlean Dessert Delivered by Shakespearean Devotees Priceless 2 His & Her Mountain Bikes $750 3 Rocheport–Missouri River Float Trip $405 4 Mosaic Mirror–Fourth Grade Class Priceless 5 Florida Vacation Home $2000 6 Thirty days of meals - Junior Class Priceless 7 Parent Parking Space Priceless 8 Darla's Famous Dessert of the Month Club $150 9 Scherenschnitte–Sixth Grade Class Priceless 10 San Diego/America’s Cup Stars & Stripes Experience for Two $2615 11 Pendant by Scott Kimm $300 12 Whitefield Academy Collective Bid —Roof & Parking Lot $20000 13 Murder Mystery party with dinner Priceless 14 Colorado Cabin for Twenty five people $2000 15 Extra Part in Movie $1500 16 1980 MG convertible $5000 17 Twelve Place Setting of Dishes–Senior Class of 2008 Priceless 18 KU Autographed Basketball Priceless 19 Basketball Tickets to Big 12 Tournament, March 2008 $300+ 20 Mexican Dinner for Twelve Priceless 21 Haiti Collective Bid $50000 22 Branson Package $640 23 Full Set of Orthodontics $4500 24 Prairie Dunes Golf outing for Three $750 25 Kanakuk Kamp $1490 26 Wii $250 Page 15 1 Delicious Darlean Dessert Treat your fellow guests like royalty and purchase this Millionaire Mousse Cake to share with your table. Indulge in a decadent chocolate mousse cake covered in a scrumptious white chocolate glaze and garnished with chocolate leaves of white and dark chocolate. Yes it's rich and worth every calorie! Your dessert will be presented by a troupe of our own Shakespeare cast and featuring a vignette from the upcoming Whitefield production "The Taming of the Shrew". Enjoy this preview of the play pre- pared exclusively for the winning table. Cast mem- bers are Kelsey Milbourn, Joel Reed, Megan Dodd, Jessie Harper, Kristin Selby, Lauren Rice, and Molly Pitkin. Donated by: Darla Dykstra Value: Priceless 2 HIS & HER MOUNTAIN BIKES Bikes- two Trek mountain bikes Men's Gary Fisher advance 16" white and black in color and a Ladies' Trek 820 16" orange and silver in color. Donated by: Bike America, Ted & BJ Williams, John & Reneé Herman, Roy & Lori Harrison & Tom & Deb Reed Value: $750 WHITEFIELD ACAEMY 2008 BENEFIT AUCTION Page 16 ROCHEPORT, MISSOURI One of our popular auction items, with a twist! Come Float on the Missouri River through its most picturesque Mid-Missouri scenery. The towering 3 bluffs and forested banks rekindle the aura of the days of Lewis & Clark. Join a guided canoe excur- sion for a first-hand exploration of our country's great river and our nation's epic history. Both be- ginners and experienced paddlers an intimate trip setting and scenery they will never forget. Relax at the Schoolhouse Bed & Breakfast for two consecutive night stay, Sunday—Thursday nights only, excluding holidays. May include a Friday or Saturday night, but not both. Donated by: Schoolhouse Bed & Breakfast , Mighty Mo Canoe Rental, Les Bourgeois Value: $450 MOSAIC MIRROR You will enjoy this beautifully designed mirror in any area of your home. The 4th graders have cho- 4 sen a variety of naturally colored leaves to artfully display throughout this mosaic. The leaves are set off with a taupe and black background to comple- ment your décor. Donated by: Fourth Grade Class Value: Priceless Page 17 5 FLORIDA VACATION HOME Stay near the Gold Coast of Florida in a beautiful home. Located in quaint Seaside, this lovely home features four bedroom and three baths to accommodate ten people. On of the bedroom has plenty of room for the kids if you choose to make this a family vacation. Amenities include multiple pools, bikes with a bike trail to the shore, canoes and fishing. Call owners to arrange week - Most weeks available. $200 additional cleaning fee. Donated by: Dan & Leann Carr, Marilyn Thomas, Jimmy & Sally Dodd Value: $3000 6 DINNER IS ON US … FOR A MONTH! 30 DAYS OF MEALS Love to eat well, but have little time to cook? The Junior class will prepare 20 entrees and 10 "extras". The extras will be breads, side dishes, and desserts. Entrees include Balkan meatballs, chicken tetrazzini, enchiladas, and marinated pork chops. The class will also make any specially re- quested foods. A deep freeze is not required, but significant refrigerator freezer space is needed. Food preparation will be supervised by Heidi Harper, Karen Porteous and BJ Williams. Donated by: The Junior Class Value: $600 WHITEFIELD ACAEMY 2008 BENEFIT AUCTION Page 18 FRONT DRIVE PARKING SPACE One spot available! The winning families will be given a reserved parking space for drop-off and pick-up. Space will be clearly marked and located 7 by the front entrance. The highest bidder receives the right to name the circle drive. Both privileges good for 2008-2009 school year. At the end of that school year the retired signs will be the property of the winning family. Donated by: Whitefield Academy Value: Priceless DARLA’S DESSERT OF THE MONTH 8 This has been a Whitefield Academy tradition since 2002. If there are two winners this year as there was in 2007, the 100th dessert will be made in October! Past winners have enjoyed cheese cakes, pies, cakes and cookies made with quality ingredients in the Dykstra kitchen. Begins March 2008, ends February 2009. Donated by: Darla Dykstra Value: $150 Page 19 9 SCHERENSCHNITTE “OAKS OF RIGHTEOUSNESS" SCHERENSCHNITTE Scherenschnitte (pronounce Sharon-sh-net-ah) is the art of paper cutting. It traditionally was early American folk art brought to America by the Pennsylvania Dutch and Swiss. This contemporary variation was cut by the 6th grade students using scissors and x-acto knives. The trunk and branches are a single piece. Individual leaves were cut then arranged and glued to a painted mat board. The artwork is an original pattern inspired by Isaiah 61:3 as a vision for Whitefield students and signed on the back. Dimensions: Approx. 16"x 18". Donated by: Sixth Grade Class Value: $200 10 SAN DIEGO AMERICA’S CUP SAILING EXPERIENCE Your party of two will enjoy a hands-on 2+ hours ex- perience on Dennis Conner's famous America's Cup class airfare to first class airfare by calling 800-209- 6888. A minimum of 21 days advance booking is yacht "Stars & Stripes". Each participant will get to required as is a Saturday night stay. . The certifi- play a role as crew while you race this 80-foot yacht cates will have a one-year expiration date from the around the sheltered waters of San Diego Bay. This is date issued and all reservations are subject to avail- not a guided sight-seeing tour but an interactive sailing ability. thrill. On busy days you'll get to race against another America's Cup yacht giving you the 'ultimate' sailing Any airport departure or taxes (if charged) are the re- experience. Although subject to availability, reserva- sponsibility of the winning bidder. Ground transporta- tions will make every effort to schedule you for a date tion is not included in this package. when both yachts will race. Must be at least three years of age. Valid one year from February 29, 2008 on mu- Value: $5618 tually-agreed upon dates and times. Included in this package: • Four-night stay at the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa & Marina in San Diego. Expires March 1, 2009. • Two round trip coach class service from any American Airlines destination in the 48 contiguous United States to anywhere American Airlines flies in the 48 contiguous United States or Canada sub- ject to availability. Great Upgrade pricing is avail- able! The winning bidders can upgrade their coach Page 20 WHITEFIELD ACAEMY 2008 BENEFIT AUCTION PENDANT BY SCOTT KIM Scott Kimm is a potato farmer in Montana who began donating jewelry to the Whitefield auction in 2002, be- Donated by: Scott Kimm 11 cause his nephew Dustin was in the second grade at the Value: $700 time. He has been a faithful donor to each of our bene- fit auctions since then. Last September he had to un- dergo a series of surgical procedures to remove strep bacteria from under one arm and nearly died. His ex- tensive time in ICU aggravated a carpal tunnel condi- tion, so he under went further surgery in January to alle- viate that condition. The auction committee did not ex- pect to receive a donation from him this year. Just ten days before the auction, Scott called and asked if he still had time to donate for this year’s auction. He said that he had just begun cutting the stones and wanted to finish a pendant for our event. We were happy to re- ceive the 1.2 carat turquoise tourmaline pendant with diamond accents that he handcrafted especially for our auction. 2007 WHITEFIELD COLLECTIVE BID UPDATE Each year, the Whitefield auction includes a special col- of thanks to Darric Wright for his vision and coordina- lective bid for projects that significantly enhance the tion of this project, the Building and Grounds committee, school’s education, facility or programs. In the past, we and the generous donors who made the project possible. have raised funds to purchase new computers, enhance The multi-purpose room is truly something to rejoice in; the yearbook, build the science program, library, it was beautifully and thoughtfully done. ,playground and playground equipment. Physical Education is a critical part of the classical edu- Last year, Whitefield’s administration and coaches had a cation model, as well as a healthy habit for life. With all dream that the school could convert the chapel space into the cold weather this winter, the space has been used a multi-purpose room that would benefit students in daily, for indoor recess, basketball and volleyball prac- every grade. The hope was that this new room would tice, P/E classes and after-school pick-up games. It is a serve as a physical education classroom, recess area, ath- joy to tell you that shoes squeaking and balls bouncing letic practice facility, site for receptions, student events have become regular sounds at Whitefield. Thank you and many other uses. The collective bid raised enough for providing this gymnasium space for our students and money that the dream has become reality. the school. The multi purpose room now has special wood flooring (installed by the same company that installed the floors at both the KU and MU field houses), safety screens and Plexiglass to protect the windows , modern gymnasium lighting, and new wall-mounted basketball goal and play equipment for physical education and recess. There were practical but invisible additions such as reworking the HVAC to help keep the room comfortable and add- ing extra electrical outlets to improve the usability of the space. If you haven’t had a chance to walk through and appreciate the room, please do so. We owe a great deal Page 21 12 WHITEFIELD COLLECTIVE BID This year’s Whitefield Collective Bid was selected based on need and long-term impact. As a school, · · “Seal-coat” entire paved area. Stripe newly sealed pavement in accordance Whitefield is blessed to have a building of our own. Good stewardship of any property calls for ongoing with Whitefield specifications and all applicable maintenance and upkeep. The following immediate codes and regulations. needs were submitted by the Building and Grounds com- mittee, to be provided for by this year’s Collective Bid: · Improve current sidewalks and exterior concrete Parking lot, driveways, curbs, walks stairs and stairwells for function and aesthetics, where needed. · Installation of new concrete curbing in the circular drive area, and the other street approaches that are New roofing on school building viewable in the front elevation and view with the goal of eliminating damage caused by inadvertently · Installation of new Timberline 30 year heavy driving on the unpaved areas of our landscaping and laminate shingles over existing roof, done to to improve the general appearance of the front view current city codes. of Whitefield. · Replacement of all of the flashings material. · Widen driveway areas that have proven to be too narrow for current use. · Repair of guttering and downspouts where nec- essary. · Installation of asphalt pavement to a level that is flush with the existing asphalt parking lot where · Repair of roof / attic ventilation where neces- new curbs are installed. sary. By raising $30,000 to undertake both of these projects, · Repair existing pavement where necessary. we will protect and maintain this property that has been a blessing to us and the kids, and - just like home- · Repair cracks with "Hot Pour Crack-sealing" maintenance projects – by acting in time, we will save process. money in the long run. Page 22 WHITEFIELD ACAEMY 2008 BENEFIT AUCTION MURDER MYSTERY PARTY Do you like mystery, suspense and barbeque? Then this is the perfect night for you!. Join our very 13 own Jason Sells and 8-10 of your friends for a night of intrigue. In this interactive game you and your guests come not as yourselves, but as a character in an unscripted play which evolves as the night goes on. You must root through the clues to determine who done it! Choose between “Celebrity Celebration” or “Murder on the Prairie”, call in your Jack Stack BBQ order and let the fun begin! Donor: Fiorella’s Jack Stack Barbecue and Jason Sells Value: $300 COLORADO CABIN Enjoy this beautiful mountain retreat which sleeps 25 – Yes 25 beds! It is commonly used for family 14 reunions, but would also be a great site for several families to go for a vacation. Located in Pine Cliff, Colorado, just 25 minutes west of Denver. Available last week in July, or August or September. No maintenance fee. Please leave the retreat better than found. Donor: Gene LeMaire Value: $2000 Page 23 15 SPEAKING PART IN A LOCALLY PRODUCED MOVIE Here's a truly unique opportunity for everyone who ever wanted to appear in a feature-length movie. comedy that follows the lives of two recent small- town college fine art graduates and a successful, yet Dr. Stephen Pruitt, a Whitefield Academy Ex Oficio unfulfilled insurance professional during a magical Board member and his wife, Mary, are writing, pro- summer in “the big city.” For 18 years and up. ducing, and directing the film "Painters," which will be shot in Kansas City this coming summer. The Donated by: Steve & Mary Pruitt winners of this bid, or their designates, will be cast as speaking extras in the film. Shooting dates can- Value: Priceless not be finalized at this time and will depend upon the interests and ages of the winning bidders, but principle photography will take place from June 23rd to August 10th. The required time commit- ment on set will not be longer than one day—unless the winning the bidder is really good and ends up being cast in a much larger role! "Painters" is a poignant, G or PG-rated, romantic 16 MG B CONVERTIBLE Have you had that dream where you’re in the driver’s seat, wind is blowing through your hair, the engine is growling . . . heads turn, and people are looking at you in ways that they never do when you’re driving the minivan? Smile and wave, because that dream can become a reality when you’re driving an MGB. The MGB is a classic British car with beautiful, clean lines. While classic cars can be quirky, MG parts are readily available, making the MG a fun and affordable way to be a sports car driver. Admit it, you’ve always wanted one! Spring is on the way, now is the perfect time to own an MG. Donated by: Tony Ray Value: $5000 WHITEFIELD ACAEMY 2008 BENEFIT AUCTION Page 24 SENIOR CLASS TWELVE PLACE POTTERY SETTING Twelve place settings of hand painted pottery by the senior class. Included : Polka dotted accented 17 two serving platters, salt and pepper shaker, bud vase and pitcher (not pictured). Twelve matching placemats and napkins. Donated by: Senior Class of 2008 Value: $543 KU AUTOGRAPHED BASKETBALL 18 2007-08 Kansas Jayhawk Men’s Basketball, signed Donated by: Jimmy Dodd Value: $185 Page 25 19 BIG 12 1ST ROUND & CHAMPIONSHIP TICKETS Are you ready for the Big 12 Basketball Tournament? Here’s you chance to go to the championship game. Two tickets are available on March 16, 2008, for the championship game as well as two tickets for your choice of one first round session on March 13, 2008. KU faculty seating, seating assignments are yet to be assigned. Donated by: Martin & Ruth Ann Dykstra Value: $300+ 20 MEXICAN DINNER Enjoy a night of feasting and fun for your party of 8- 12. We will provide a delicious meal of scrumptious FOR TWELVE Mexican delights (Menu included on flyer), decora- tions and music. The meal will be served by White- field’s own 10th Grade Class. Enjoy using the beauti- ful ceramic chip and salsa bowl, rice bowl and fajita platter for years to come! Restrictions: Expires one year from date of purchase. We request a 3 week lead time for reservation of date. Ceramics may be taken home the night of the auction. In addition, tableware (plates, napkins, plastic flatware and cups) will be in- cluded with the service as well as decorations of chili lights, festive table cloths, and pre-recorded music. The suggested service time for the evening, which includes set- up and clean-up is 3 ½ hours (i.e. 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM). Donated by: Sophomore Class Value: Priceless Page 26 WHITEFIELD ACAEMY 2008 BENEFIT AUCTION MISSIONS AT WHITEFIELD Our second goal, the missions fund for Whitefield York City, Pippa Passes, Kentucky, Chicago and Show Me Christian Home in Missouri. The cost of students, will help fund and support mission travel each trip per student is: and projects of the school. As each of you know, 11th/12th Grade Trinidad $1375 the thrill of giving of yourself and sharing resources 10th Grade New York $ 875 is one of the greater joys in life. Whitefield believes 9th Grade Pippa Passes $ 675 that by giving our students the opportunity to work 8th Grade Chicago $ 450 on missions trips and to support needs and causes in 7th Grade Show Me home $ 100 our community, we set up the opportunity for each of our students to have the thrill of helping others in real and concrete ways – we hope and pray that our students will become not only life long learners, but life long givers. The fund will provide money for missions-related needs of all grade levels, from pro- viding financial aid for mission trips of upper school students, to helping support charitable work and fund raising of the lower school. A committee will be formed to oversee the use and distribution of these funds. Each year Whitefield students go on se- lected missions trips. This year the stu- dent will be going to Trinidad, New Pippa Passes, Kentucky with Leader Trek Show Me Christian Home Trinidad Page 27 21 WHITEFIELD CHARITABLE COLLECTIVE BID Whitefield is known for its heart for missions. Last year $60,000 was provided to build an orphanage in giving will be matched by the Hodgdon Foundation, which is building another orphanage, Trinidad. Tonight’s Charitable Collective Bid has right next door to the Whitefield orphanage. In two goals. First, to build an orphanage in these two orphanages, 120 children will finally have Dareevajay Haiti. Secondly, we will be creating a a place to receive a bed, food, clothing, medical missions fund for Whitefield students, to fund and care, education and above all, the transforming love support their mission efforts. of Jesus. Dareevajay, Haiti is a tiny village located just Additionally, C3 Missions is willing to work closely outside of Les Cayes, Haiti , in the SW corner of with Whitefield to allow our students to direct the Haiti. Dareevajay is a very poor community, with orphanage. This will involve everything from scores of orphans and abandoned purchasing supplies to developing a micro-business children. Whitefield will be working through two to support the needs of the children. Our students ministries – C3 Missions, led by Mike and Beth Fox will gain tremendous “hands on” experience as they and based in Kansas City and El Shaddai, a Haitian work with the orphanage. church and ministry led by Louis and Dony St. Germain – to build an orphanage for the children of Because of the matching funds for the Haitian Dareevajay. orphanage, bidders have a tremendous opportunity to double the impact of their With your help, the work in Haiti can begin contributions. immediately and the orphanage will be completed and filled with 60 children before the end of the Whitefield school year. Tonight’s orphanage WHITEFIELD ACAEMY 2008 BENEFIT AUCTION Page 28 BRANSON FOR Need a weekend away? How about a trip to Branson? Stay in the Crystal Cove for three nights . THE FAMILY 22 (Expires February 2009, excludes holidays.) Also included are two tickets to the Shepherd of the Hills Drama (expires 10-31-08) and two one-day admission tickets to Silver Dollar City for the 2008 season. Donated by: Silver Dollar City, , The Shepherd of the Hills Theater, Jim Stafford Theater, Crystal Cove Value: $405 ORTHODONTICS Drs. Hannah and Oltjen, two of Kansas City’s finest orthodontists, are providing comprehensive 23 orthodontic treatment of up to $4500. This is a wonderful way to get that needed orthodontic work and support Whitefield Academy at the same time. Donated by: Hannah & Oltjen Value $4500 Page 29 24 PRAIRIE DUNES GOLF FOR A THREESOME Enjoy a round of golf at this famous golf course in Hutchinson, Kansas, site of the women’s US Open. The course was designed by Perry Maxwell, who also designed some of the most famous golf courses in America, including Augusta National. Golf Magazine ranked this course the 13th best in the USA and #21 in the world! Offer good for bidder and two guests Donated by: Jim Mullinex Value: $750 25 KANAKUK KAMP Two week session of a Kanakuk Kamp in Missouri. $200 Deposit is required. Donor: Kanakuk Kamps Value: $1390 WHITEFIELD ACAEMY 2008 BENEFIT AUCTION Page 30 WII Mrs. Casper and the 3rd graders will be studying the oceans. Join them as you swim to your heart's content, 26 explore coral reefs, tide pools, and other environs and meet the local wildlife on a Nintendo Wii with the Endless Ocean game. Donated by: Third Grade Class, David & Gigi Haydon, Matt & Jennifer Large Value: $250 Page 31 Discover Academic Excellence in a CHRIST CENTERED environment Come enjoy a cup of coffee and experience classical Christian education first hand. Kindergarten Round-up Wednesday, March 5 Morning and afternoon sessions available, please call to register. “A Day in the Life” Open House Thursday, March 13 8:30 to 11:30 Wednesday, April 16 8:30 to 11:30 8929 Holmes, KCMO 816·444·3567 Auction Information & Rules Welcome to the 2008 Whitefield Academy Auction!! We believe that equipping children with a classical education is not only good for them, but also good for the community, its churches and Christ’s Kingdom. In order for our school to grow in quality and opportunity, Whitefield must rely on revenue sources beyond its tuition. Please use our auction as an opportunity to purchase gifts for others (or yourselves) and your children, in the spirit of fundraising. You may find some bargains, but the goal is to raise funds for Whitefield, while we enjoy an evening with our families and friends. ♦ You will be assigned a bid number when you arrive. ♦ Please use this number throughout the evening to bid on the items you wish to buy. Silent Auction—5:30 to 6:50 PM Bidding 1. Enter your bidding number next to the amount you wish to bid. 2. Follow the opening and minimum allowable bids. Raise $5 unless indicated otherwise. Bids not following the minimum specified will be disallowed. 3. Please bid promptly, and then step back to allow free access to other bidders. 4. Closing time on the Silent Auction will be announced. 5. Auction officials will initial bid sheets at the close. Bids made after that will be disallowed. Please do not take the item bid sheet. Officials will collect and tally them by bid number to give you a total at the end of the auction. After payment you may collect your item(s) at the designated area. Dinner and Live Auction—immediately following the silent auction 1. At 6:50 PM the Silent Auction will end and we will move to the adjoining room for dinner. The Live Auction will begin between 7:35 and 8:00 pm.. 2. Items will be auctioned one at a time. To bid on an item, raise your bid card. If you are the winning bid, the auctioneer will acknowledge you by saying “Sold”. Have your bid card ready to show so that the auctioneer can announce your number and the clerk can record it 3. Amounts pledged on Collective Bids will be added into your grand total. Checking Out 1. Official checkout will begin following the Live Auction at approximately 9:00 pm. If you have a special need, please con- tact the check out greeter and they will assist you. 2. Give your bid number to a cashier and you will be provided with a list and total of your purchases. You may pay with Cash, Check (Made payable to “Whitefield Academy”) or Credit Card (MC or Visa). After payment, go to the designated area to receive your purchases. 3. Credit card purchases will be authorized the following day. General Information 1. All auction certificates are valid for one year unless specified otherwise. 2. All sales are final. There will be no refunds or exchanges. 3. A signature on a silent auction bid sheet will constitute a legal contract to purchase. 4. All property sold ‘as is’. 5. The donor has set values on bid sheets. WA endeavored to describe items correctly, but neither warrants nor represents and shall in no event be responsible for the correctness of the description, genuineness, authorship, provenance, or the condition of the property. 6. We are required to remind you that only the amount you pay for an item or service in excess of the actual value of that item may be deductible for income tax purposes as a charitable contribution. 7. Whitefield reserves the right to withdraw any item from the sale prior to the call for bids. 8. Whitefield reserves the right to alter, add, or delete items as listed in the catalog. Auction Committees Auction Steering Committee Live Auction Student Volunteers Karen Black, Chair Doug & Terri Bachtel Jenny Buckner Cindy Buckner Erwin Rodriguez Megan Dodd Jane Dirks Alan & Becky Mercer Dustin Dykstra Darla Dykstra Ben Morsman Lynne Dykstra Prayer Team Jonathan Rodriguez Gigi Haydon Jeanette Veltkamp, chair Bethany Rodriguez Sharon Weaver Shelly Gauger Jessica Rodriguez BJ Williams Deanna Hitchens Jessica Harper Karen Garcia Jordan Harper Audio Visual & PowerPoint Robin Long Janelle Herman Aaron Dirks Gigi Haydon Arionne Lloyd Jeff Dykstra Laura Casper Jane Williams Elaine Selby Joel Dykstra Catalog Deb Reed Peter Williams Jane Dirks Rosamond Porter Katie Dirks Melissa Chambers Julie Blankenship Checkout Erma Davis David Haydon, Chair Jennifer Large Registration/Check In Joe Morsman Jill Coates Darla Dykstra Peggy Blankenship Margie Schwarz Amy Crawford Mark Harper Reneé Herman John Crawford Emmett & Gayln Perry Jill Coates Sharon Weaver Procurement Team Laura Ericson Gigi Haydon Ted & BJ Williams Shannon Ericson Richard Spearman Amira Strang Angela Swift Sally Dodd Tim Swift Data Entry Jane Dirks Robin Long Karen Black Shakespearan Actors Gigi Haydon Reneé Herman Jessica Harper Jeff Brink Shelly Gauger Kelsey Milbourn Kathi Brink Sharon Weaver Joel Reed Darric Wright Lauren Rice Decorations & Set up Russ Dykstra Molly Pitkin Russ & Darla Dykstra Marjorie Kater Megan Dodd Jane Dirks Lori Harrison Kristin Selby Reneé Herman Peter Williams Heidi Harper Silent Auction Richard Spearman Cindy Buckner, Chair Angela Swift Karen Garcia Karen Porteous Kay Rice There may be names missing from Kay Rice Gigi Haydon the above lists due to printing Jerry & Darlene Van Hal Robin Long deadlines. Ted & BJ Williams Student Supervisors Invitations Vince & Robin Long Gigi Haydon Terri Unruh Vince Long Shopping List Item Page # Birthdays/Anniversaries Kids Friends/Neighbor Parents Holidays Mother’s Day Father’s Day Christmas Special Occasions Baby showers Graduation Retirement Parties Upcoming weddings vacation Other Bid Tally Sheet Item # Bid Amount Item # Bid Amount Bid Table Number Number
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