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LCC Foundation & Alumni Association 11th Annual Auction for Scholarships Auction Catalog Printed Courtesy of Heartland Financial Group 11th Annual Auction for Scholarships Sponsored by: McCarty’s Office Machines Schedule of Events Cash Bar is available throughout the evening. Host, Lindi Forbes Auctioneer, Richard Byrd Times are approximate 6:30 Cash Bar opens Silent Auction bidding opens Buy “Groovy Greenbacks” at the check-in table to purchase Get-A-Prize items, or to send the Hippie to someone or to purchase “Hippie Insurance” 7:00 Dinner, donated and served by Labette Health 7:15 Silent Auction 1, Sponsored by Clarence White and Cathy Kibler, closes 7:30 Drawing for $100 cash, Sponsored by Labette Bank ~Must be present to win Live Auction begins 8:00 Drawing for $200 cash, Sponsored by Labette Bank~Must be present to win Silent Auction 2, Sponsored by Labette Center for Mental Health, Closes 8:45 Drawing for $300 cash, Sponsored by Labette Bank~Must be present to win Silent Auction 3 closes 9:30-10 Auction closes Final check-out 1 Event Sponsor McCarty’s Office Machines is pleased to support the LCC Foundation in its efforts to support students through scholarships. 2 General Auction Rules 1. LCC Foundation and Alumni Association (sponsors) have endeavored to correctly catalog and describe the items and packages to be auctioned. The items and packages are sold "as is" and the sponsors neither warrant nor represent, and shall in no event be responsible for the correctness of description, genuineness, authorship, provenance, or condition of items or packages. No statement contained in the catalog or made orally at the sale or elsewhere shall be deemed to be such a warranty, representation, or assumption of liability. 2. The Auction Director is Lindi Forbes. 3. Auction items and packages not removed the night of the auction will be stored at the buyer's risk. Shipping arrangements are the responsibility of the buyer. 4. Some auction items and packages may have restrictions and instructions. Adherence to restrictions and instructions are the responsibility of the buyer. 5. Payment may be made after an item is purchased or items may be accumulated throughout the evening and paid for at final check out. 6. Payment may be made with cash, check, Visa, or MasterCard at the check-out table. A charge account may be set up with approval of the Auction Director. Receipts will be given for all purchases. 7. Please make checks payable to LCC Foundation. 8. All sales are final and there will be no exchanges or refunds. 9. All purchased items shall be removed from the building the evening of the auction unless other arrangements are approved by the Auction Director. 10. For certificate items, successful bidders may pick up their certificates at the check-out table. 11. Unless otherwise specified all items and services must be used by December 31, 2010. 12. All statements of value are furnished by the contributors. 13. In accordance with the IRS Code, the amount a buyer pays in excess of the stated value is considered to be a charitable contribution. 14. The value of the evening’s entertainment and food is equal to the price of admission. 15. Please carefully check envelopes containing gift certificates before leaving and report any discrepancies to the Auction Director. 3 Silent Auction Rules Times are approximate 1. The Silent Auction begins at 6:30 p.m. Section 1 of the Silent Auction ends at 7:15, Section 2 ends at 8:00, Section 3 ends at 8:45. 2. A bid sheet is displayed with each item. To bid, write your bid number on the line next to your bid amount. 3. The person whose bid number appears opposite the highest bid at the time the Silent Auction closes purchases the item. 4. Winning bidders will be posted as each section closes. Winning bidders not present will be notified and may pick up and pay for their items at the LCC Foundation office, 200 S. 14th Street, Parsons, room M201. 5. The auction director will have final authority on all silent auction sales. 4 ‘Hippie’ Insurance Sponsor Wood-Dulohery Insurance and Wood-Dulohery Real Estate are proud supporters of the LCC Foundation and the students of Labette Community College. www.wooddulohery.com 5 Live Auction Rules Times approximate 1. The Live Auction begins at 7:30 p.m. and continues until all items are sold. 2. The clerk will record the successful bidders number, the item number, and a description of the item. 3. The Auctioneer will have final authority on all Live Auction sales. 4. The Auctioneer is Richard Byrd. Cash Drawing Times approximate 1. Auction admission tickets will be used in the drawings for cash. 2. A drawing for $100 will be at 7:30 p.m., a drawing for $200 will be at 8:00 p.m., and a drawing for $300 will be at 8:45 p.m. 3. The holder of a winning ticket must be present to win. 4. Winners will be paid cash at the time of the drawing. 6 Cash Drawing Sponsor Altamont 4th & Huston Cherokee 104 W. 400 Hwy. Frontenac 242 E. McKay 3 Locations in Parsons LaCygne 501 Market (620) 421-2265 McCune 501 Main Oswego 424 Commercial Pittsburg 2805 N. Broadway Pleasanton www.labettebank.com Member 911 S. Main FDIC Mobile Banking mobilebanking@ labettebank.mobi 24-Hour Telephone Banking (800) 711-5311 2121 Main Parsons 7 Throughout the evening auction guests can give a donation to send a Hippie to a friend or foe for only $15. You can pay to “Send the Hippie” with cash, check , credit card or Groovy Greenbacks. If you want to be sure you won’t end up with a Hippie, just purchase a Hippie policy from Wood-Dulohery Insurance, Inc. for only $20. Imagine the possibilities … send a Hippie to your business associate, family member, or even the LCC President! 10 Quality You Can Count On. 2101 S. 21st • PO Box 996 Parsons, KS 67357 Phone: 620-421-0200 Fax: 620-421-9122 www.columbiantectank.com Keith Shaffer Agency Manager PO Box 497 Phone: 620-784-5322 Altamont, KS 67330 Fax: 620-784-5323 email@example.com 12 Diamond Sponsor 14 Diamond Sponsor 17 Diamond Sponsor Ronald Finley DDS and Julia Finley are proud to support the students and Foundation of Labette Community College. 21 Dr. Craig Newland Dr. Wayne Gilmore supports the Labette Community College Foundation in providing scholarships for students. Infants, Children Teens and Adults Quality eye care for the entire family 501 Main, Parsons, KS 421-5270, 800-499-5484 www.eyecareparsons.com 22 Bid Paddle Sponsor “Rescued pets leave paw prints on our hearts.” Ad provided by James Cooper 24 Sponsor the Cardinal The 2009 Sponsor the Cardinal donors, Dr. Jerry and Cydni Bouman with LCC President Dr. George Knox. Sponsor the Cardinal Donors Jim and Sue Whitt, 2000 Bill and Louisa Wiener, 2001 Montie and Candy Taylor, 2002 Bob and Sharon Brandenburg, 2003 Bill and Joan Pearson, 2004 Charlie and Lindi Forbes, 2005 Drs. Robert and Vicki Gibbs, 2006 Brian and Amy West, 2007 Robert and Elizabeth Walker, 2008 Dr. Jerry and Cydni Bouman 2009 27 Help us honor Roger Moore by lifting your paddle during the $250 level and giving a donation for a scholarship in his name for next year. For many years, Roger was an integral part of the LCC Foundation and Alumni Association Board of Directors. As a 1962 graduate, Roger continued to have strong ties with LCC by supporting the Auction for Scholarships year after year. 29 Dinner Sponsor Labette Health is proud to support the work of the Labette Community College Foundation and Alumni Association in providing scholarships to help students fulﬁll their dreams. Their dreams are our future. 1902 South U.S. Highway 59 Parsons, KS 67357 620-421-4881 For the latest from Labette Health, visit us on the web at www.labettehealth.com 31 Diamond Sponsor Dr. Robert Gibbs (Radiologist at Labette Health), Dr. Vicki Rawdon and The Gibblets are proud to support the efforts of the LCC Foundation awarding scholarships to LCC students. 33 Funeral Homes 405 Main, Parsons 620-421-9000 Providing families with caring, affordable service. Greg Forbes Marlan Hoffman Serving Parsons, Altamont, and Chetopa 35 Diamond Sponsor 37 Neil Ostlie Executive Director 620-421-1450 firstname.lastname@example.org Main Bank 1230 East Main, Parsons 421-1448 Wal-Mart Branch 3201 N. 16th Street, Parsons 421-2202 www.bop-ks.com Auto Residental Commercial Mirrors Plastics DOYLE GLASS CO. LLC Screens “Give us your next break!” Storefront Storm Windows 620-421-4780 Windshield Repair & Replacement 3410 Grand Ave. Parsons, KS 38 Diamond Sponsor Dr. & Mrs. Lester Hearson are proud to support the students and Foundation of Labette Community College. 39 Upcoming community service courses Basics of Gardening Begins April 29 The study of gardening practices, growing and harvesting vegetables, herbs, and fruits. Start a variety of plants from seeds. Learn about proper garden site preparation, soils, composting and much more. PowerPoint Begins May 6 PowerPoint course will help students to plan and create an effective presentation. Learn to create a PowerPoint presentation, add color, graphics and tables. Print presentations in slide view, handout view, or outline view. Beginning Computer 1 Begins May 11 Lifesaving Begins May 25 Enables students to take care of themselves and be able to safely aid or rescue anyone in danger of drowning, when rescue is humanly possible. Courses ate the CORE pool at Labette Health. Building a Better Board of Directors Begins in July This workshop is for non profit board training for SEK organizations. Wine Making Begins August 8 This exciting class is being offered by Dr. John Brewer & Wyldewood Cellars Winery. This class includes a trip to the winery with dinner included! Beginning Fall 2010 Online Branding for Small Business Introduction to Craft Skills - Construction Safety Orientation - Construction Blueprint Reading/Geometric Dimensions & Tolerances Business Development Forums: Establishing Workplace Wellness Programs Begins April 26 Human Resources: Behavioral Interviewing Techniques Begins May 24 Black Tie Marketing on a Blue Jean Budget Begins June Does your company need training? We customize content to address your needs! FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT MiChielle Cooper ~ Director of Workforce Education & Community Services Phone: (620) 820-1278 Fax: (620) 421-4481 Email: email@example.com 40 Thanks to our Sponsors Event Sponsor McCarty’s Office Machines, Inc. Dinner Sponsor Labette Health Bid Paddle Sponsor Jim & MiChielle Cooper Catalog Sponsor Heartland Financial Group Cash Drawing Sponsor Labette Bank Hippie Insurance Sponsor Wood-Dulohery Insurance Silent Auction Sponsors Clarence White & Cathy Kibler Labette Center for Mental Health 41 AFFILIATE GROUP 3609 North 16th Street PO BOx 579 Parsons, Kansas 67357 Phone: 620.423.3010 - Fax: 620.423.3999 Inquiry: firstname.lastname@example.org www.tankconnection.com Jason Langston email@example.com Career Agent 115 S. 18th St. Ste. 208 Parsons, KS 67357 Registered Representative/Securities & services offered through Equitrust Marketing Services, LLC.* 5400 University Avenue, West Des Moines, IA 50266, 877.860.2904, Member SIPC *Company of Farm Bureau Financial Services 43 “Switchback” Celtic Soul! Music concert June 19, Miami Oklahoma. This duo will thrill the audience with their superb blend of vocals and incredible mastery of the Celtic fiddle. Two Tickets will be up for auction tonight! Limited Seating! For more information contact MiChielle Cooper Phone: (620) 820-1278 Fax: (620) 421-4481 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 46 Thanks to our Sponsors Diamond Carson-Wall Funeral Home Commercial Bank Ronald Finley DDS & Julia Drs. Robert & Vicki Gibbs Dr. & Mrs. Lester Hearson Interstate Electrical Construction, Inc. Gold Grandview Products, Inc. Silver LaForge & Budd Construction Co. Inc. Parsons Dental Care Parsons Fine Jewelry Ray Products, Inc. Mark & Mary Scott Senator Dwayne Umbarger Bronze Bleacher Gear Bowen Pharmacy Community National Bank Ducommun Aerostructures Eyecare Associates of Parsons Tank Connections 50 Thanks to the following Full Page Advertisers Eyecare Associates of Parsons Forbes-Hoffman Funeral Homes Business Card Advertisers Bank of Parsons Columbian Tectank Doyle Glass Labette Insurance Parsons Presbyterian Manor Cash Contributors Tonya Bell Jeff and Dee Bohnenblust Hugh and Ann Charles Daylight Donuts Elks Lodge #527 Oswego Chamber of Commerce Julie Page Other Contributors Kendra Barcus Grand Rental Station Elaine Guy Tammy Fuentez P & R Liquor Bethany McCarty McCarty’s Office Machines, Inc. PHS Project Prom Committee Mary Scott Tammy Wilson Kirk Wyckoff 51 Thanks to our Volunteers Sandy Babcock Cathy Kibler Bob Brandenburg Carol Knox Jody Burzinski George Knox Richard Byrd Bill Lassen Erlene Cares Tracie Moon Coleen Carter Connie Nance Julia Finley Leanna Newberry Lindi Forbes PTK Students Tammy Fuentez Dan Peterson Megan Fugate Kylie Piva Janice George Rebecca Roach Katie Gilpin Linda Rife Mark Gilpin Mary Scott Elaine Guy Audra Teske Sara Harris Jody Thompson Reece Hedrick Becky Warren Megan Hentzen Tim Wass Phil Jack Leah Westoff Traci Lee Tammy Wilson Bethany Kendrick Wrestling Team Thank you to all our volunteers and everyone who made this night possible. 52 LCC Foundation & Alumni Association Board of Directors Robert J. Bartelli ‘07, President Marlan Hoffman Julia Finley, Vice Pres. Mark Gilpin Erlene Care, Secretary Sandy Babcock, ‘86 Dr. Jerry Bouman, Treasurer James McCarty Robert Brandenburg, ‘59 William “Bill” Lassen, ‘81 Shirley Chalker, ‘64 Dan Peterson Christopher Way Pam Holmes Jody Thompson Sophia Zetmeir, Ex-Officio Dr. George Knox, Ex-Officio Lindi Forbes, Executive Director 53 LCC Board of Trustees Sophia Zetmeir, Board Chair Montie Taylor, Vice Chair Dr. Wanda Ladage Dr. Wayne Gilmore Lorraine Evert Mike Howerter 54 Heartland Financial Group is proud to support the students and staff of Labette Community College, along with the efforts of the LCC Foundation. • Charitable Planning Strategies • Estate Planning Strategies • Retirement Planning Strategies • Investment Planning Strategies Life Insurance | Fixed Annuities | Mutual Funds Stocks & Bonds | Variable Annuities | Cancer Insurance 529 Plans | IRA’s | Fee-Based Programs Call us today for all your Financial Planning needs! 620-421-6221 | 800-421-6227 Chris Lubbers, CFP, CFS President Proud Sponsor of PEACE, LOVE & SCHOLARSHIPS Securities and advisory services offered through National Planning Corporation (NPC), Member FINRA/SIPC, a Registered Investment Advisor. Heartland Financial Group of Kansas, Inc. and NPC are separate and unrelated companies.