Rocket Spectacular Program with Addendum 2010

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					March 6, 2010

Dear Friends of Assumption,

Welcome to the 29th Rocket Spectacular! This year’s event will take you
back to your childhood and the games you played, as well as those you
probably continue to play with your children or grandchildren. Our
theme is “It’s YOUR Turn, Play to Win!” The evening will put us in touch
with our “inner child” as we reminisce about games such as Candyland,
Twister, Mouse Trap, and many more. We all work hard and now it’s
time to draw on our imaginations and play!

We have incredible prizes in store for you at this year’s event, so I hope you’ll play to win! Our 20
prizes on the Wheel of Fortune should appeal to many different participants, from parents of seniors
preparing for college to those who enjoy a night on the town. Our live and silent auctions will
entice you with trips, dinners, fine jewelry, art, and much, much more.

We are grateful for your contribution to this very important affair. The real prizes go to our students.
Proceeds benefit school programs and assist those families who wouldn’t otherwise be able to
send their daughters to Assumption. Our mission is to educate our students in a caring, Christian
environment, and that includes academic rigor that is made fun with creative learning activities. At
Assumption, we play to win each and every day!

So on behalf of the Assumption community, Sisters of Mercy, board of directors, students, faculty,
and staff, I thank you for your participation. Your support helps ensure that our mission will
continue into the future and ensure an excellent Catholic education for each of our students.

See you at the Barrel of Monkeys bar, and let the games begin!

With Deepest Gratitude,

Elaine Salvo, President
Assumption High School

                                                       Assumption High
                                                         29th Annual
                                                      Rocket Spectacular

Get ready for an evening of fun. You will begin by stopping to pick up your program
where you will receive information on the evening. Join the Barrel of Monkeys for a
                 cocktail, then make your way through Candyland.

                                       6:00 p.m.
                                   Let the fun begin!
         Take a chance on the amazing raffles. You could possibly take home a
                            fabulous restaurant package.
                              Visit the Wheel of Fortune.
                            Come play Twenty Numbers.
                           Bid on the Silent Auction items.
                           Preview the Live Auction items.
                                      7:30 p.m.
              Find your table and enjoy dinner catered by 535 Catering.
                       You’ll be delighted at what awaits you.
                                    9:00 p.m.
                    Raise your numbers. The Live Auction begins.
                                      10:00 p.m.
                            Silent Auction 100 items close.
                                      10:15 p.m.
                           Super Silent and 200 items close.
                                     11:00 p.m.
                                   WHAT A NIGHT!
                       Prepare yourself for the Capital Prize and
                            Restaurant Package Drawings.

                     The Rocket Spectacular Banker will be
                         closed from 10:00-10:30 p.m.
Tonight’s Game Hosts

      Melissa Swan co-anchors WHAS11’s 5:00 and 6:00 p.m.
      newscasts Monday through Friday. For 22 years, she has
      traveled around the world to bring Kentuckiana viewers
      the stories unfolding across the country that affect their
      Melissa has won numerous Society of Professional
      Journalism Awards for her reporting. She has been
      awarded two Regional Emmys. Melissa has also received
      international recognition for distinguished journalism
      from the International Association of Firefighters for a
      series on how to escape from a burning home and how
      to protect your family before the fire begins.
      Melissa lives with her children, Mary Hannah ’08 and
      Meg ’02, and her husband, James, in Jefferson County.
      She is an Indiana University graduate and holds degrees
      in journalism and urban studies.

      We are thrilled to welcome back Rick Wardlow and his
      team this year. Rick is champion of the 2005 Kentucky
      Auctioneers Association bid-calling competition and has
      17 years experience in conducting auctions, specializing
      in benefit auctions. It is a great pleasure to have the
      continued support of Wardlow Auctions, Inc., at the
      Rocket Spectacular.

       British Columbia Fishing Trip
         Experience the thrill of salmon fishing on this
    unbelievable vacation. Join Nick Simon and his group
    June 23-29, 2010, for four days of fishing at the North
      Island Lodge in British Columbia. This all-expense
     paid trip for two includes airfare and lodging, as well
      as a full-day of whitewater rafting on the Chilliwak
      River in Vancouver. Must be at least 18 years of age
          with a valid passport. Dates non-transferable.

               Live Auction #3
               Valued at $9,000
           Donated by Publishers Printing Company

               Mountain Retreat:
          Ritz-Carlton Club Colorado
                                       The Ritz-Carlton Club, Bachelor Gulch on Beaver Creek
                                       Mountain, offers the finest condominium residences
                                       in the Vail Valley. Celebrate the Fourth of July with a
                                       vacation to remember. Escape to Vail Valley where
                                       you can experience one of the finest resorts in the
                                       country. You will enjoy the luxury of a three-bedroom
                                       (two kings and two double beds), three-bath
                                       penthouse facing beautiful Beaver Creek Mountain.
                                       Available July 3-10, 2010

               Live Auction #7                      Valued at $5,000
                       Donated by Steve and Beth McAuliffe Mullins ’76
                           Mainstream Investment Advisors, LLC
                Special Thanks     Rocket Spectacular Committee
                 Karen Rickert Graehler ’80, Ruthe Holmberg, Vicki Phillips, and Dana Senninger
               Lori Cooper, Debbie Krall, Susan McDowell Standridge ’ 79, and Cindy Armstrong
                                                     Capital Prize
                                Annie Filley Boehnlein ‘94, Caron Osborn, and Laura Weir
                                             Allison Staffen Richardson ‘75

          We wish to thank all of our wonderful volunteers who have made this event possible. Your
                  time and talents have been invaluable in making this evening a success.

                          Many thanks to our Assumption staff for their support:
Jackie Bloyd                              Becca Schindler Joaquin ’97         Mary Beth O’Reilly
Director of Alumnae Relations             Faculty/Family Program              Executive Director of Advancement

Annie Filley Boehnlein ‘94                Joan Johnson                        Lisa Raley
Advancement Campaign Assistant            Manager of Special Events and       Business Office Assistant
Chrissy Perez Bratcher ‘97                                                    Perry Risinger
Advancement Communications                Matthew Kho                         Facilities Staff
Steve Clark                                                                   Elaine Salvo
Facilities Manager                        Joyce Koch                          President
                                          Technology Director
Linda Fleischer Harris ’79                                                    Jody Schaefer
Business Manager                          Tammy Martin                        Faculty/Student Activities
                                          Business Office Assistant
Becky Henle                                                                   Ross Stonecipher
Principal                                 Sr. Mary Alicia McGinty, RSM        Facilities Staff
                                          Sisters of Mercy
Ian Husk                                                                      Martha Pfaadt Tedesco ’90
Assistant Technology Director             Blue Murphy                         Dean of Students
                                          AV Specialist
Erin Gary                                                                     Lisa Van Wallaghen
Faculty/AHS Proofreader                                                       Advancement Assistant
Spectacular Sponsors

                    Compliments of

    Bullitt County’s largest private
    employer, providing over 140
    years of Quality Service to
    the Special Interest
    Magazine Industry.

    Printing Company
         Shepherdsville & Lebanon Junction, Kentucky

                 (502) 955-6526 • (502) 543-2251
Spectacular Sponsors


                     Live Auction
401. Valhalla and Power Bilt Golf Clubs: Play a round of golf at the renowned Valhalla Golf Club with
green fees for four. You will be sure to hit a hole-in-one with your new set of golf clubs by Power Bilt. Cart
and caddy not included. Value: $1,250
Power Bilt Golf and John & Jeannie Wasz

402. Personalized Parking Spot: Your daughter can have a prime parking space on Assumption’s
campus for the 2010-2011 school year. We will even personalize it for her, so everyone will know who has the
greatest parents. Value: Priceless
AHS Administration

403. British Columbia Fishing Trip: Experience the thrill of salmon fishing on this unbelievable vacation.
Join Nick Simon and his group June 23-29, 2010, for four days of fishing at the North Island Lodge in British
Columbia. This all-expense paid trip for two includes airfare and lodging, as well as a full-day of whitewater
rafting on the Chilliwak River in Vancouver. Must be at least 18 years of age with a valid passport. Dates non-
transferable. Value: $9,000
Publishers Printing Company

404. Trinity/St. X Tailgating Party for Twelve: Enjoy a tailgating party in the well-known “Strong’s
Athletic Supporters” tailgating bus. This 1979 renovated TARC with a sound system, canopy, and TV is yours
two hours before and after the game. This package includes 12 tickets to the Trinity/St. X game, three
parking passes, and catered food before the kick-off. Value: Priceless
David Breslin, Art Potter, Terri Potter Schlader ‘74, and Trinity High School

405. Notre Dame Weekend: Attend a game matching two of the oldest rivals in college football, Notre
Dame vs. Pittsburgh, at Knute Rockne Stadium, October 8-9, 2010. Package includes four premium seats
located on the Notre Dame side of the 45 yard line, one hotel room at the Inn at St. Mary’s for October 8-9,
and a parking pass to enjoy tailgating before and after the game. Follow the leprechan, Irish Guard, and
band into the stadium to cheer on the Fighting Irish. Value: $1,200
Leo & Arlene Hawk and Michelle Heit

406. Sponsor a Student: Make a Difference: Give the gift of an Assumption education to a student
through financial assistance. Hold your bid card high to help our students in need. You alone can make a
difference. Value: Priceless
The Community of Assumption

407. Mountain Retreat: The Ritz-Carlton Club, Bachelor Gulch, Colorado: Celebrate the Fourth of
July with a vacation to remember. Escape to Vail Valley where you can experience one of the finest resorts
in the country. You will enjoy the luxury of a three-bedroom (two king and two double beds), three-bath
penthouse facing beautiful Beaver Creek Mountain. You will be sure to see fireworks with the incredible
amenities, spa, large outdoor pool, tennis, hiking trails, and more. Located 10 minutes from Beaver Creek
Village. Value: $5,000
Steve & Beth McAuliffe Mullins ‘76 and Mainstream Investment Advisors, LLC

                     Live Auction
408. AHS Administration Gourmet Dinner: Enjoy a delicious gourmet dinner for eight served by
Assumption’s administration. Leave the work to our finest as they present you with a delicious meal while
you sit back and relax with your guests. To be redeemed from June-October 2010. Value: Priceless
AHS Administration

409. Tumbleweed: Indulge yourself with 12 $100 gift cards from Tumbleweed Southwest Grill. You can
enjoy this fabulous cuisine once a month or celebrate by gathering your family and friends for a fiesta.This
package includes a basket of Tumbleweed’s finest merchandise. Value: $1,200
Tumbleweed Southwest Grill

410. Lake Cumberland: Head for the lake for a four-night stay in a three bedroom cottage at Lee’s
Fort Resort. The fun begins with your four-day pontoon rental, two-day jet ski rental, and a $100 Harbor
Restaurant gift card. There is fun for everyone in this package. Not valid on holidays. Damage deposit
Value: $2,280
Joe Ann Ridge Hamilton

411. Spectacular Dining: Chef David Lee will be at your service as you enjoy a private dinner for eight at
Captain’s Quarters. You and your guests will enjoy a delicious dinner paired with delightful wines. Subject to
availability. Gratuities not included. Value: $800
Captain’s Quarters, Masterson’s Catering, Lauren McDevitt-Masterson ’88,
Lynette Bailey-Masterson ‘88, Sueanna Masterson ‘83, and Hannah Carroll ‘09

412. Vision First/Lasik Eye: Tired of fumbling for your glasses to see the alarm clock? Be free of your
glasses and contact lenses with laser-only LASIK surgery. You will receive the best in pre-operative and post-
operative care performed at Vision First/John-Kenyon American Eye Institute. Value: $4,000
Dr. Rod Rallo

413. Wine Tasting for 10: Invite nine of your friends over for a fun and informative wine tasting in your
home. You are sure to have fun with Jerry Rogers, the “Wine Doctor.” New wines will be featured to the
casual wine drinker. Wine, glasses, and bad jokes will be provided. Value: Priceless
Party Mart

414. Suite at Churchill Downs: A day to remember for 24 lucky race fans. You will experience Churchill
Downs in the Fifth Third Jockey Club Suite. Each guest will receive a suite ticket for an exciting day of racing
during the 2010 Spring Meet. Excludes food and beverage. Day and date restrictions apply. Value: $1,000
Fifth Third Bank

415. Wild Dunes Golf Getaway: Located 30 minutes outside of Charleston, South Carolina, Wild Dunes
Resort offers two golfers a one night stay in the AAA Four Diamond Boardwalk Inn and a round of golf for
two at the spectacular Harbor Course. Available March 7, 2010 - December 31, 2010. Value: $1,000
Wild Dunes

                     Live Auction
416. Celebrate the Day with Mint Julep Tours: Twelve lucky tourists will join Mint Julep Tours for a day
of fun and celebration with a Bourbon Distillery tour, Thoroughbred Horse Farm tour, Wine Tasting tour,
Boutique Shop Hop tour, or one of the many other tours offered. You can create your own day.
Value: $1,400
Mint Julep Tours, Sean & Lisa Higgins

417. Maker’s Mark VIP Lunch: The auction recipient and nine friends will have an opportunity to enjoy
great food, fellowship, and bourbon at the historic Maker’s Mark Distillery in Loretto, Kentucky. You’ll receive
a private tour of the distillery showcasing its unique bourbon-making process, including the hand dipping
of bottles in their signature red sealing wax. An old-fashioned country lunch at the Burks House, which
overlooks the distillery and the beautiful grounds, will certainly add to the pleasure of your day.
Value: $500
Maker’s Mark

             Live Auction Rules
 •	 The Live Auction begins at 9:00 p.m. and will continue until the final item’s bidding is complete.
 •	 To place a bid, bidders should raise their bid cards high and get the attention of either a spotter
    or the auctioneer. Use only the bidding number assigned to you on your name tag. Each bid is
    deemed contractual and fully obligates the bidder to pay his or her individual bid price.
 •	 Assumption High School and its volunteers have been diligent in attempting to determine and
    catalog items and services accurately. However, certain items and services may have limited or
    restricted use and/or other qualifications associated with them. It is possible and even likely this
    may affect their value and use. Furthermore, many items, such as vacation homes/condos, are
    non-transferable. Purchasers are bound to any and all restrictions as specified by the donors.
    Please review them carefully.
 •	 Some items of high value may have a minimum opening bid.
 •	 High bids and bidders alike are to be determined solely by the auctioneer. If, at any time, the
    auctioneer determines that an opening bid or any subsequent bid is not commensurate with the
    value of the item or items offered, the auctioneer may cancel the auction of that item or items.
    In addition, the auctioneer has the unalienable right to refuse the advance of an opening bid if
    deemed to be of an insufficient amount. Finally, the auctioneer has the right and discretion to
    add or remove any item or items from the auction and/or announce new or changed restrictions
    and/or conditions regarding any item or items at any time prior to or during the item or items
 •	 Assumption High School reserves and announces the right and likely intention to have its
    representatives bid on its behalf.

                                      Rocket Spectacular
                                       Express Checkout
      This year we will be offering Express
    check out for your convenience. At the
  registration table we will gladly take your
   credit card information to enable you to
   purchase items or games of chance tickets
 throughout the evening at all venues. When
 you are ready to conclude your evening you,
  simply go to the Rocket Spectacular Banker
            and pick up your receipt.

                                                                                          Michael Koch
                                                                                          and Associates

    Let us do the
    hard work baking
    so you have more time
    to play!
                                                         We accept special orders up
                                                         to 24 hours before your event.
                                                         Cupcakes can be decorated to
                                                         suit the occasion.

3701 Lexington Road #5                          (502) 899-2970
Louisville, Kentucky 40207                      (502) 899-2969 Fax
(corner of Bauer Ave. and Lexington Rd.)

                      House Rules
     Each guest will be given a bid card. Please make sure to use only your number.
•	   To submit a bid, please use the bid number on your name tag. If you did not receive a name tag, please
     check in at the registration table. Auction volunteers are available behind the Silent Auction tables to
     answer any further questions.
•	   The Silent Auction opens for bidding at 6:00 p.m.
•	   Silent Auction items have minimum opening bids or selected items can be purchased through BUY IT
•	   Bids may be raised in $5 increments.
•	   All bid sheets will be collected at the closing time of each session. Bid sheets will be returned to the silent
     auction table. Winners will be circled on the bid sheets.
•	   The highest bid entered at the time the Silent Auction closes for the evening wins the item.
•	   After winning an auction, the winning bidder must pick up the “winning” bid sheet obtained from the
     auction volunteers. The winner will then take the “winning” bid sheet to the money room for payment.
     After payment is received in full, the winner may bring back the slip marked “paid in full” and pick up his
     or her merchandise.
•	   Items won in the Live Auction, Silent Auction, on the Wheel of Fortune, in the Twenty Numbers, or in one
     of the raffles can be taken home at the event or picked up after March 6 in the Advancement Office.
•	   Accepted payment forms are cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. Please make
     all checks payable to Assumption High School.
•	   Unless otherwise noted, the purchaser is responsible for taking all purchases tonight or arranging
     immediate pickup of each purchase. All merchandise and awards should be paid for prior to the
     evening’s close.
•	   If any item is not displayed other than by picture, letter, video, etc., the purchaser will receive a certificate
     outlining the details, restrictions, qualifications, etc., of said item.
•	   Assumption High School reserves the right to settle any and all disputes by a group of three Assumption
     officials. These decisions are final.
•	   It is the responsibility of the winning bidder to contact gift and letter certificate donors when necessary.
     Further, it is recommended this be done as quickly as is convenient for the award winner.
•	   Many vacations and/or travel reservations have restricted dates. In order to accommodate our generous
     donors, please make your reservations according to the dates issued on the item description.
•	   Due to the nature of this event and its beneficiaries, all sales are final. There are to be no exchanges or
     refunds on items by the donors or the Rocket Spectacular unless otherwise noted.
•	   Unless noted, all awards for items and services expire one (1) calendar year from March 6, 2010. Dates
     and times are to be arranged mutually by donor and purchaser.
•	   Any bid, winning or otherwise, does not include security and/or cleaning deposits.
•	   Assumption High School and its volunteers will not warrant the value of any item for tax or general value
     purposes. The value assigned each item is a donor estimate.

      Wheel of Fortune
1. Take a Break: Head to the cafeteria with a $2.50 daily lunch voucher. Valid during
   the 2010-2011 school year for an Assumption High School student. (value $350) … $25

2. Fun at the Beach: Enjoy a one-week vacation at Island Royale in Gulf Shores,
   Alabama. This beachfront two-bedroom, two-bath condo is available
   April 17 – May 15 and September 11 – December 31. Must be used in 2010.
   No smoking. Refundable $200 deposit required. (value $1,200)…………………… $60

3. Sundaes on Wheels: Bring your friends and family together and have a Sundae
   Party for 25 people from Graeter’s Ice Cream. They’ll bring the ice cream, toppings,
   and utensils. You bring the smiles. (value $150) ……………………………………. $15

4. Time to Move: Leave your next move up to the experts. Two Men and a Truck will
   make your move easier with a $400 gift certificate for moving services. (value $400) $25

5. Wine Cellar: Celebrate with a hand-chosen case of wonderful red and white wines.
   (value $300)…………………………………………………………………………… $25

6. College Bound: Be prepared for the college move with a microwave, coffee maker,
   dorm-sized refrigerator, and a collection of items for college life. (value $250) …… $25

7. Summer Fun: Plan your next vacation at Summer Bay Resort in Clermont, Florida.
   This one-bedroom condo is just six miles from Walt Disney World. The resort
   amenities include four pools, lake fishing, jet skis, bicycles, and much more.
   (value $1,000) …………………………………………………….…………………… $50

8. Night on the Town: Enjoy a one-night stay as you sip champagne in the Suite
   Tower at the Galt House with brunch for two in the revolving restaurant RIVUE.
   (value $300) …………………………………………………………………………… $25

9. AHS Memories: Engrave a brick and create a memory to last forever on the wall of
   Assumption’s Convocation and Athletic Center. Three lines maximum. (value $750) $35

10. And You’re Off: Head to Churchill Downs with five of your friends and spend the
    day in a Turf Club box while betting on racing’s finest. Lunch provided. (value $250) $25

11. Senior Prom Package: Make your daughter’s prom night special with $100 cash
    to spend on her dress, salon certificate, tuxedo rental, boutonniere and French
    bouquet, plus an AHS prom ticket. (value $400) ……………………………………… $35

12. Bourbon Tasting: Enjoy bourbon tasting for six with Kentucky Bourbon Hall of
    Fame historian Mike Veach in your home. (value $500) ……………………………… $25

      Wheel of Fortune
13. Junior Class Package: Junior year begins with a class ring from Balfour, driver’s
    education class, and a gift certificate for portraits. (value $700) ……………………… $35

14. All Smiles: Time for braces? Put this $500 gift certificate toward orthodontic
    treatment at Mattingly & Howell Orthodontics. (value $500) ………………………… $25

15. Fast Pass: Every AHS student’s wish is to have extra time to relax at lunch. With her
    Fast Pass she can head to the front of the lunch line each day during the 2010-2011
    school year. (value priceless) …………………………………………..……..……..… $15

16. Simple Living: Enjoy life by being organized. Super Organized Services will spend
    three hours in your home or office creating an organized space. You can also have
    your carpets or upholstery cleaned by Maxcare Cleaning. (value $340)……..……..… $20

17. Kitchen Closed: Take the night off and enjoy dining at ten of your favorite Louisville
    food establishments. (value $200) ……………………………………………………… $20

18. Going Green: Be a part of history by having your name engraved on a paver to be
    displayed at The Assumption Green. (value $250) ..…………………………………… $20

19. Louisville Tradition: Take a cruise down the Ohio on the historic Belle of Louisville
    with seven of your friends. The package also includes the book, Legendary Lady , The
    Story of the Belle of Louisville. (value $150) ……….….………………………………… $15

20. Safe and Sound: Protect your most important documents from fire. FireKing’s safe
    will protect your treasures from a one-hour fire of temperatures up to 1,700ºF.
    (value $650)……………………………………………………………………………                                          $30

•	 Remaining Wheel of Fortune chances may be purchased beginning at 6:00 p.m.
•	 Chances accompanied the invitations and were available for purchase by mail.
•	 The Wheel of Fortune provides up to 20 chances on designated items at prices listed
   in the program. It is not uncommon for one person to purchase all 20 chances on a
   particular item.
•	 Once all 20 chances are sold, we will spin the wheel for the winning number. The wheel
   will spin until all items are won.
•	 In the event of the wheel arrow stopping exactly between two numbers, there will be
   a spin-off between the two number holders. The holder of the lower number will be
   assigned numbers 1-10. The holder of the higher number will be assigned numbers 11-20.
•	 The next spin will determine the winner.
•	 Payment for Wheel of Fortune chances must be paid in full at the Wheel of Fortune.

              Play to Win
            Twenty Numbers
  Come and purchase a chance on Twenty Numbers. Only 20 chances will be sold on each
 item. Chance amounts are listed with the items below. Once all 20 chances on the chance
board are sold, we will spin the wheel for the winning number. Purchase one chance on the
card or all 20. Check the board to see if you have the winning number and collect your prize!
                                    You have to play to win!

      601     University of Louisville Monogrammed Tote Bag and Wallet        $10
      602     Assumption Handcrafted Afghan                                   $10
      603     Woodford Reserve Distillery Basket                              $12
      604     George Foreman Grill/Preston Poultry Ham and Turkey             $10
      605     Hot Air Balloon Ride                                            $10
      606     Shaheen’s $100 Gift Certificate                                 $7
      607     Homewood Suites Cincinnati/Aquarium Package                     $10
      608     Brighton Earring Tree and Earrings                              $5
      609     Vera Bradley Handbag                                            $15
      610     Maxcare Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning $100 Certificate         $7
      611     Merkley Kendrick $100 Gift Certificate                          $7
      612     AHS Campus Store $50 Gift Certificate/Pink Throw                $5
      613     Bloemer’s Basket                                                $5
      614     Assumption Stepping Stone                                       $7
      615     Pink/Purple Polka Dot Duffel on Wheels                          $5
      616     Glamour Shots – Two Complete Portrait Sessions                  $5
      617     Lotsa Pasta Basket                                              $5
      618     Assumption Spirit Wear Basket                                   $15
      619     Qdoba Mexican Grill/10-person Hot Taco Bar                      $10
      620     Oversized Floral Laundry Hamper with Monogramming               $15
              and Terrycloth Wrap                                                      15
       Super Silent Auction
300. Head Start at Bellarmine University: A great way for an incoming freshman to begin his or her
college career. You will receive a $1,000 tuition voucher. $500 available in the fall and $500 available in the
spring for a full-time, first time freshman. Value: $1,000
Bellarmine University

301. Blairwood Tennis, Swim and Fitness Summer Family Membership: Enjoy a summer relaxing at
Louisville’s only full swimming, tennis, and fitness club. A great place for the entire family. Value: $500
Blairwood Tennis, Swim and Fitness

302. Hanging Out in the Shade: Cool off this summer with three beautiful shade trees. The varieties are a
Dura-Heat River Birch Clump, an Autumn Blaze Maple and an Allee Elm. Must be picked up at nursery by April
15, 2010. Please call for an appointment. Value: $750
Action Landscape, Inc.

303. A Day on Millionaire’s Row: Have a seat with seven of your friends on Millionaire’s Row. You will
enjoy lunch while reading your racing forms. After the races take a stroll through the Derby Museum.
Package includes a table of eight on Millionaire’s Row, eight passes to the Derby Museum, Chef’s Table lunch,
reserved seating, and racing programs. Exceptions: April 24-May 1, Mother’s Day, Preakness Day, Belmont Day,
All Night Racing, Breeder’s Cup, Thanksgiving Weekend. Value: $450
Churchill Downs

304. Espresso Package: Nespresso CitiZ & Milk Espresso Machine. Makes espresso, latte, or cappuccino
in seconds. Ultra slim capsule-based machine with Aercino milk frother. Coffee pods come in a wide variety
that are each rated on a strength scale of ten. Package includes coffee cups and a starter kit, including
espresso pot timer, coffee towel, two napkins, coffee notepad, spatula, two espresso cups and saucers, two
cappuccino cups and saucers, two latte cups, and a set of three sugars. Value: $475
Dr. Harold & Mrs. Sharon Kleinert

305. Time for a New Design: Enjoy four hours of design service for your home or office. Expires
March 2011. Value: $400
The Design Studio/Mark & Mary Lee O’Bryan

306. Xavier University Tuition Voucher: Pay tuition with a $500 voucher each semester for a full-time
undergraduate student attending Xavier University in the 2010-2011 school year. Value: $1,000
Mr. Paul Calme

307. University of Dayton Tuition Voucher: $1,000 tuition grant for a full-time, undergraduate student
attending the University of Dayton during the 2010-2011 academic year. $500 fall 2010 term and $500 spring
2011 term. Value: $1,000
University of Dayton

       Super Silent Auction
308. Spectacular Office Table: HON rectangular table (24 x 60) with casters, natural maple top, and
platinum metallic legs. Value: $1,187
Office Max

309. “Conversation at Dawn” Mixed Media Painting: “Conversation at Dawn” is a beautiful jungle
themed mixed media painting (24 x 36) framed. Value: $350
Sister Joyce Ogden, RSM

310. Will and Simple Trust: Plan for the future with this last will and testament and simple trust.
Value: $300
Oliver H. Barber, Jr., Barber Banaszynski & Associates, PSC

311. Contemporary Iris Pictures: Spruce up your walls with these two large contemporary framed
pictures of a beautiful Iris with burgundy and gold highlighting. Value: $300
Jenny Duffy

312. Weekend at Nolin Lake: Enjoy three days/two nights at a cabin on Nolin Lake. Cabin has three
bedrooms plus a sleeping loft, two bathrooms, pool table, ping pong, hot tub, and dock at the foot of the
property. Build a fire and roast marshmallows in the fire pit. Grill out and enjoy dinner in the screened in
porch. Gated community, very short drive to boat ramp. Non-smoking. No pets please. Maximum 8 people.
Available any mutually agreeable dates. July 4th is available. May be used mid-week when lake is less crowded.
Expires 12/31/10. Value: $600
David & Karen Gatti

313. Travel in Style with Nine West Luggage: You’re ready for travel with two great pieces of Nine West
taupe decorative luggage. Value: $450
Friend of Assumption

314. “October Light” Framed Print: Enjoy Kentucky artist Mitchell Tolle’s framed, signed, and numbered
watercolor print. Get it while it’s hot because this an “out of print” edition that is no longer available.
Value: $300
Leigh Ann Boeckmann Fuller ‘87 & Bill Fuller

315. “Lakota” Framed Print: Enjoy Kentucky artist Mitchell Tolle’s, framed, signed, and numbered print of
wildcats. Includes certificate of authenticity. Value: $400
Leigh Ann Boeckmann Fuller ‘87 & Bill Fuller

316. The Thrill of Racing: There is nothing like these autographed racing programs by winning jockeys -
2009 Kentucky Derby, 2009 Preakness Stakes, and 2009 Belmont Stakes. Every racing fan’s dream!
Value: Priceless
Marty McGee

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317. Private Shopping: Enjoy this private shopping party for six. You will receive a $50 gift certificate and
20% off (excluding jewelry) items for that evening. Wine and cheese will be provided. Value: $200
Boutique Serendipity

318. Engines and Sirens: Make the big day special with a birthday party for 12 at the Highview Fire
Department. Package includes drinks, cake, ice cream, and Beepers the Clown. Top off your party with a tour
of the firehouse with Captain Dave Goldsmith, followed by a ride on the fire truck (pending no calls). Value:
Bill Nord

319. Up, Up and Away: See the sights of Louisville with this hot air balloon ride for two. Redeemable after
May 2, 2010. Value: $400
Bill Nord

320. Smile Bright: Your smile will be as bright as can be after using your Colgate visible white
professional whitening system. Kit includes whitening trays and instructions. Value: $295
Drs. Blincoe and Shutt

321. Hit the Jackpot: Roll the dice with your one-night stay for two at Casino Aztar Hotel. After a night of
gambling, enjoy breakfast for two at the Temptations Buffet. Excludes alcohol. Must be 21 years of age.
Value: $150
Casino Aztar

                    Assumption High School wishes to thank the generous
                 sponsors and donors of tonight’s event. We encourage you to
                      patronize these organizations whenever possible.

                  We also wish to thank our amazing guests for being with us
                 this evening. Please note that all sales are final. There will be
                  no refunds or exchanges by the donors, Rocket Spectacular,
                   or Assumption High School unless the donor is unable to
                    fulfill his or her obligation as described in the program.
                Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact the
                  Assumption High School Advancement Office at 458-6258.

                  We have made every effort to acknowledge all of those who
                  contributed to this evening. If any errors are found, please
                              contact the Advancement Office.

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                                    Silent Auction 100
100. AHS Rosecall Advertising: Advertise in the AHS Rosecall. You will receive a 3 1/2 x 4 inch ad in three
consecutive issues during the 2010-2011 school year. Senior edition (May) Value: $150
Lisa Wieland and the Staff of the Rosecall

101. VIP Graduation Seats: Have your camera ready as you and nine family and friends view the 2010
graduation ceremony with front row seats. Value: Priceless
AHS Administration

102. Custom Assumption Wooden Keepsake Box: Enjoy this natural wooden keepsake box featuring
the Assumption High School logo. This is the perfect place to store those Assumption items that are near
and dear to your heart. Value: $25
Millennium Art, Inc.

103. Assumption Afghan: This beautiful maroon and white afghan is a must for any Rocket! Handmade
with love, this is a keepsake to last a lifetime! Value: $150
Louise Young, Grandmother of Kathy Knopf Schum ‘93

104. AHS Retreat for the Classes of 2012, 2013, 2014: Your daughter will enjoy the retreat experience.
Certificate may be used for a freshman, sophomore, or junior retreat. Valid for the 2010-2011 school year.
Value: $70
AHS Retreat Office

105. Senior Retreat: Your senior will enjoy the experience of her last Assumption retreat. Valid for the
2010-2011 school year. Value: $175
AHS Retreat Office

106. AHS Youth Package: Your future Rocket will look darling in this applique sweatshirt, Rocket Nation
t-shirt, and string bag. Value: $45
AHS Campus Store

107. Tiger Spirit: Show some Tiger pride with this St. Xavier black hooded sweatshirt and sit comfortably
while cheering on the Tigers with this green folding sports chair. Value: $75
St. Xavier High School

108. Trinity Rocks: Show you are the ultimate Trinity fan with your very own Trinity fan chair, t-shirts,
sweatshirt, and hat. Value: $100
Trinity High School

109. University of Dayton: Is your daughter attending the University of Dayton next year? Help her
show her school spirit with this gray hooded sweatshirt from the University of Dayton. Value: $45
University of Dayton

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110. Trinity Baseball Camp: Steal home with a gift certificate to Trinity’s 2010 summer baseball camp
with coach Steven Tompkins. Summer camp dates for boys entering eighth or ninth grade in the fall (July
12-16) or for boys entering fourth through seventh grade in the fall (July 19-23). Expires July 31, 2010.
Value: $120
Trinity Baseball

111. Time to Suit Up at Bellarmine Basketball Camp: Your son or daughter can enhance his or her
basketball skills by attending basketball camp at Bellarmine University. To be used during the summer of 2010.
Value: $175
Bellarmine University Athletics

112. Saint Xavier Summer Camp Gift Certificates: Saint Xavier 2010 Summer Camp gift certificates.
One certificate to attend 2010 basketball, soccer, or cross country camp; one certificate to attend 2010
baseball or football camp. Certificate must be presented with 2010 camp registration form. Forms will be
available April 2010. Value: $160
Saint Xavier High School Athletic Department

113. Ohio Valley Volleyball Center Camp and Gear: Summer volleyball camp. Your volleyball star will
have everything she needs with this package that includes knee pads, leather volleyball, socks, and t-shirt.
Excludes Elite camp. Certificate expires 9/1/10. Value: $170
Ohio Valley Volleyball Center

114. Ready for School: Great for any young student. Studying will be easy with this great primary colored
desk and chair. Value $75
Dr. & Mrs. John & Kathie Buchino

115. AHS Afghan and $50 Gift Certificate: Stay warm with this special Assumption Memory afghan and
have fun shopping in the campus bookstore with this $50 gift card. Value: $100
AHS Campus Store

116. AHS Jewelry Box and Gift Certificate: Enjoy this keepsake AHS jewelry box and buy the perfect
memento using this $25 gift certificate in our Rocket bookstore. Value: $45
AHS Campus Store

117. Rocket Gear and Gift Card: Load up on everything Assumption with this $25 campus store gift card
while sporting your Rocket sweatpants. Value: $50
AHS Campus Store

118. Street Sign: There is a street sign on the Assumption campus waiting to be named. Based on
administration approval. Value: Priceless
AHS Administration

119. Warm and Cozy: Wrap up in this beautiful cream, handcrafted afghan. Value: $75
Denise Davis, AHS Faculty

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 120. Environmental Herbs: Enjoy a 4 x 4 ft. herb garden designed by the AHS Environmental Club. This
raised bed will be constructed, filled with soil, mulched, and planted with herbs. Value: Priceless
AHS Environmental Club

121. AHS Summer Time Package: Be fashionable this summer while showing your school spirit with
this summer time package including an Assumption t-shirt, knit shorts, knit capri pants, and water bottle.
Value: $50
AHS Campus Store

122. AHS Dad Basket: Dads can show their school spirit with this fleece jacket, maroon mug, and gray
cap. Value: $50
AHS Campus Store

123. AHS Mother & Daughter Gear: This package includes a white and pink polka dot sweatshirt for
both mother and daughter. Value: $50
AHS Campus Store

124. AHS Summer Sport Camp: One free AHS sports camp of your choice in the summer of 2010.
Choose from eight sports camps. Value: $95
AHS Athletic Department

125. AHS Summer Sport Camp: One free AHS sports camp of your choice in the summer of 2010.
Choose from eight sports camps. Value: $95
AHS Athletic Department

126. Go Hilltoppers: Wave your big red towel as you cheer on the hilltoppers. This basket includes a travel
mug, t-thirt, hat, lanyard, and a sports bag. Value: $50
Western Kentucky University

127. One-of-a-Kind Rocket: Every Rocket will enjoy these beautiful pieces of handcrafted jewelry and
bookmarks. Value: $50
Missy Leathers

128. Stained Glass Star: Spruce up your decor with this handcrafted three-dimensional stained glass star.
Value: $25
Tom Corbett

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200. Empower Yourself: Now is the time for you and five friends to empower yourselves by taking this
self-defense class. Value: $150
A.C.T. F.A.S.T. Self-Defense for Women

201. A Hat for Derby: Don’t miss out on being part of the Kentucky Derby hat tradition! This custom
designed hat by Chrissy Perez Bratcher ‘97 is a one-of-a-kind pink hat that is sure to be a show stopper on
Derby Day. Value: $150
Hats by Chrissy, Chrissy Perez Bratcher ‘97

202. Bloemer’s Best Gift Basket: Famous since 1919! Here’s a gift basket sampling of Bloemer’s best: hot
and regular chile base, hot and regular chile powder, barbeque beef and pork, and an apron to make you
look like a pro. Also enclosed in the basket are other items made at Bloemer’s, including several BBQ sauces,
salsa, and seasonings. Value: $65
Larry & Jan Bloemer

203. Mane Attraction: Have Courtney Crunk give you a new look with this gift certificate from Blades
Salon. Combine that with a gift certificate from Snips, Inc., to finish out your makeover. Value: $53
Blades Salon and Snips, Inc.

204. “Celts on the River” Vera Bradley Basket: For the Vera Bradley lover. Enjoy two “Celts on the River”
eyeglass cases, cosmetic bag, checkbook cover, and curling iron holder. Value: $98
Peggy Baas ‘80

205. Happy Feet: Make your feet happy with a $50 gift certificate to Footworks. Value: $50
Footworks, Inc.

206. Karaoke Anyone? Make any party fun with your karaoke rental party pack for one week.
Value: $30
Doo Wop Shop

207. Cincy and the Zoo: Head to Cincinnati for a one-night stay at the Homewood Suites in a
one-bedroom suite. After enjoying the breakfast buffet, head out to spend the day at the Cincinnati Zoo.
Value: $144
Homewood Suites/Hilton

208. Staycation: Create your very own “Staycation” with two one-day passes to the Louisville Zoo
combined with two adult passes and two children’s passes to the Frazier International History Museum.
Value: $54
Frazier International History Museum and The Louisville Zoo

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209. Cats, Cats, Cats: Dazzle your friends and family with this scale replica of the fantastic basketball
court of the Kentucky Wildcats at Rupp Arena. Value: $100
Gary & Shelley Pepper

210. Cardinal Keepsake: Freedom Hall can be timeless with this scale replica of Freedom Hall Basketball
Court of the University of Louisville Cardinals. Value: $100
Gary & Shelley Pepper

211. Get Swinging: Louisville Tennis Club offers affordable, convenient, and fun tennis camps for all
levels of junior tennis players. Get swinging with this one half-day junior summer camp gift certificate.
Expires August 2010. Value: $110
Louisville Tennis Club

212. Horseshoe Casino Night Out: Start your night out with dinner at the Villa Buffet before heading
with your VIP tickets to a show of your choice. Value: $190
Horseshoe Casino

213. Grey Felted Wool Purse: This one-of-a-kind handmade purse is made from a recycled felted
sweater. It has glass and metal beads and handmade buttons. It is finished with a single black, braided
shoulder strap. Value: $50
Needles & Kim

214. Get Wicked: Own a piece of Broadway history from what is surely to be the longest running musical
to ever hit New York City. You don’t want to miss out on this professionally framed autotgraphed poster
from the world famous broadway musical Wicked. Value: $200
Friend of Assumption and Framing Express

215. Stephen Foster - The Musical: Two gift certificates for the 2010 season of Stephen Foster - The
Musical. June 12 - August 14, 2010. Not valid opening night or July 4, 2010. Value: $46
Stephen Foster - The Musical

216. The Second City 50th Anniversary Show Tickets: Make it a date with two tickets to the Second City
50th Anniversary Show on June 26, 2010, at the Brown Theatre. Voucher must be redeemed at the Kentucky
Center Box Office one week prior to the performance. Value: $55
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts

217. “Amy” Vera Bradley Handbag: Look smart with your Daisy Daisy “Amy” Vera Bradley handbag.
Value: $30
AHS Advancement

218. Simplicity Salon: Get a new look and maintain it with these two haircut gift certificates from
Simplicity Salon. Value: $100
Simplicity Salon

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219. Tennis Club at Springhurst Family Membership with Lesson: Need more family time? Take
advantage of this family membership and a one-hour private lesson with Chris Mather. New members only.
Value: $265
Tennis Club at Springhurst

220. Get in the Fast Lane: Corvette enthusiasts from all over the world kindly and lovingly refer to the
National Corvette Museum as their home. Take advantage of these four museum passes and experience
firsthand the passion and the excitement of America’s sports car, the Chevrolet Corvette. Value: $32
National Corvette Museum

221. Start a Trend: Double Dutch Club lime green and orange paisley carry-on bag. Perfect for any trip.
Value: $50
Friend of Assumption

222. “Frankly Scarlet” Vera Bradley Basket: Be stylish and studious at the same time with this Vera
Bradley “Frankly Scarlet” backpack, wristlet, and clip zip ID. Value: $80
AHS Advancement

223. Hitchcock Meets Hilarious: Have a night out on the town with four seats to Alfred Hitchcock’s The
39 Steps. A riotous blend of virtuoso performances and wildly inventive stagecraft, The 39 Steps amounts to
an unforgettable evening of pure pleasure! Value: $140
PNC Bank

224. Need a Vacation? Escape the cold weather with this $50 gift certificate off of a cruise or tour
package with Knights Travel. Value: $50
Kaelin Rybak/Knights Travel

225. “Hannah” Vera Bradley Handbag: Every young girl needs a Vera Bradley handbag. She will look
smart with her “Hannah” bag, card holder, and mini zip wallet. Value: $80
AHS Advancement

226. Copper Sunflower: Decorate your garden with this lovely handcrafted yard ornament by Yardbirds.
Value: $30
Dean & Teri Holland

227. Cherokee Park Photograph: An original, signed black and white photograph by faculty member
Kelly Kirwan depicting one of the many historic bridges in Cherokee Park, Louisville, Kentucky. Value: $60
Kelly Kirwan

228. Big Rock Photograph: An original, signed color photograph by faculty member Kelly Kirwan
depicting Big Rock during the fall in Seneca Park, Louisville, Kentucky. Value: $60
Kelly Kirwan

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229. “First Puppy” Framed Print: Kentucky artist Mitchell Tolle’s framed, signed, and numbered print of
a boy and his first puppy. For all of us who have shared our youth with such a loyal friend, this tender
watercolor captures that sweet relationship. Value: $135
Leigh Ann Boeckmann Fuller ‘87 & Bill Fuller

230. Assumption and Woodford Reserve: Show your school spirit with this bottle of Woodford Reserve
Bourbon with the Assumption “A” etched in the glass. Value: Priceless
Party Mart

231. Yardbird Drinking Horse Wine Caddy with Wine: This Yardbird drinking horse was created by hand
here in Louisville. Made from recycled material, each horse is slightly imperfect or different - a special,
one-of-a-kind piece. Value: $85
Dean & Teri Holland

232. “Riviera Blue” Vera Bradley Basket: Travel in style with this “Riviera Blue” Vera Bradley basket
including a cell phone case, zip around wallet, belt, and tall zip tote. Value: $150
AHS Advancement

233. Build-a-Bear: This Build-a-Bear teddy is dressed as an all-American girl, ready to travel with her
carry-on-bag backpack and “pawsport.” Value: $75
Mr. Tom Meagher

234. Mother of Pearl: A mother of pearl shell and sterling silver necklace with sterling silver “Rose” box
clasp and mother of pearl shell drop and sterling silver earrings. Value: $164
Southern Charm Jewelry, LLC

235. Body and Spirit: Enjoy one hour of Reiki body massage along with a Tonini $10 gift certificate.
Value: $60
Sister Ellen O’Bryan, RSM and Tonini Church Supply Co.

236. Take Me Out to the Ball Game: Grap your baseball glove and head to Louisville Slugger Field to
watch the Louisville Bats with these two field reserved seat vouchers for two seats each (total of four seats).
Sunday - Wednesday games only - excluding opening night, Thunder Over Louisville, playoff games, July 3-4, and
concerts. Value: $56
Louisville Bats

237. Play Racquetball As a Family: Enjoy some family time with this family membership to the Louisville
Indoor Racquet Club. New members only. Value: $89
Louisville Indoor Racquet Club

238. Party and Play Passes: Enjoy 10 open play passes for Kazoing! Party and Play. Children may enjoy
the huge inflatable room, tot lot playroom, and special art projects. Visit for open play
times. Expires in six months. Value: $50
Kazoing! Party & Play

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239. Under the Sea: Dive into our exhibits with two one-day passes to the Newport Aquarium! Explore
our 70 exhibits and 14 galleries, including five seamless acrylic tunnels totaling over 200 feet in length,
featuring an amazing variety of aquatic life from around the world. Value: $40
Newport Aquarium

240. Old Louisville Art: Experience Old Louisville in these two beautifully painted mixed media prints.
Created by Debbie Lott, a Louisville native and Assumption art educator. Value: $140
Debbie Lott

241. “Vintage Rose” Vera Bradley Handbag: This beautiful “Vintage Rose” Vera Bradley Handbag would
be a great addition to any Derby outfit. Value: $90 AHS Advancement

242. Candelabra: Add a touch of hand-forged iron to your home with this original, wrought iron table
candelabra by local artist Sherman Blankenship. Value: $180
Iron Touch, LLC

243. “Pinkwheel Pink” Vera Bradley: Show off your wild side with this “Pinkwheel Pink” Vera Bradley
handbag, card holder, cosmetic bag, and pocket wallet. Value: $130 AHS Advancement

244. Local Art: Beautiful charcoal drawing and note cards from the “Elderly Woman Hand Series” by
Debbie Lott, a Louisville native and Assumption art educator. Value: $60
Debbie Lott

245. Go Big Blue: Show your Wildcat pride with this Donna Sharp UK utility bag and wallet.
Value: $100
Neal & Mimi Prendergast

246. Overnight Travel Gear: Purple/pink contemporary large tote. Great for overnight travel or extended
stay. Value: $90  Friend of Assumption

247. Gatti Family Pasta Basket: Grandma Gatti’s pasta sauce is made from the original recipe brought
with her from Italy. This basket includes two jars of sauce, a $20 Lotsa Pasta gift certificate, a Williams
Sonoma pasta bowl, a bottle of red wine, and a bottle of white wine. Value: $150
David & Karen Gatti

248. “Day Dreamer” Framed Print: Lose yourself in this framed, signed, and numbered print of a little
girl sitting on a swing daydreaming by Kentucky artist Mitchell Tolle. Value: $140
Leigh Ann Boeckmann Fuller ‘87 and Bill Fuller

249. Pamper Your Pooch: You can have the best looking pet on the block from The Groom Room with
these two complete grooming services gift certificates. Value: $80
The Groom Room

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250. “Hannah’s World” Framed Print: Do you remember long summer days fading into night as the
earth and sky blended together? With careful impressionistic strokes, Kentucky artist Mitchell Tolle captures
the sky enveloping these playmates in a blanket of warmth. Framed, signed, and numbered print.
Value: $165
Leigh Ann Boeckmann Fuller ‘87 and Bill Fuller

251. Louisville Stoneware: Your flowers will be the prettiest on display when you plant them in this
gorgeous Augusta Louisville Stoneware flower pot. Value: $245
Louisville Stoneware/Steve Smith

252. Pool Shark: Get ready for a great game of pool with your new pool cue and case. Value: $100

253. Curves Basket: Start off your exercise program with a one month membership to Curves. You will
also receive tips from the Fitness & Weight Management Plan book along with a t-shirt. Value: $100
Curves Fern Creek

254. Poems in Broadside: Take a walk back in history with two beautiful framed broadsides.You will
enjoy Frank Walker’s poem on York and Richard Taylor’s poem of William Clark’s return to Kentucky after the
Lewis and Clark expedition. Value: $200
Jim & Ruthe Holmberg

255. Six Liturgical Mysteries: Cozy up and read the Six Liturgical Mysteries autographed by author Mark
Schweizer. Value: $84
Mark Schweizer

256. Derby Time: You will be proud to hang this gorgeous “Derby Time” framed print on your wall. Show
others what we have to offer in “Possibility City” wearing these Louisville skyline t-shirts. Value: $110
Wadia Newman

257. Derby Plate: Celebrate a Kentucky tradition with this custom designed Derby plate. Ideal for
entertaining or display, this piece is sure to delight. Dishwasher safe, handwashing preferred. Value $100
Judith Reindeau

258. Kiddie Kastle: Decorate your little person’s room with a $50 gift certificate to Kiddie Kastle.
Value: $50
Kiddie Kastle - Baby and Teen Furniture

259. Night at the Ballet: You and a guest will enjoy a performance of Swan Lake performed by the
Louisville Ballet. Your choice of one of the following performances: Friday, April 9, 2010, at 8:00 p.m., Saturday,
April 10, 2010, at 2:00 p.m., or Saturday, April 10, 2010, at 8:00 p.m. Value: $150
Louisville Ballet

260. Fleur de Lis: Two fleur de lis hand-designed wine glasses are perfect for any occasion. Value: $32
Designs by Gail
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     Dine like a winner along the Boardwalk.
Take a chance to visit Louisville’s finest restaurants.
              Here is your chance…

Restaurant Package
                      Valued at

                   $15 per chance

                    Compliments of:

   Buckhead Mountain Grill      Olive Garden
   The Cheesecake Factory       Outback Steakhouse
   Chick-fil-A                  Panera Bread
   211 Clover Lane              Paul’s Fruit Market
   Corbett’s                    P.F. Chang’s China Bistro
   Graeter’s                    Subway
   The Irish Rover              Texas Roadhouse
   John E’s                     Rocky’s Italian Grill
   KT’s                         and More!!!
   Mike Linning’s

                      Diamonds Are a
                     Girl’s Best Friend!
       Only 52 chances will be sold!
         $20 per chance on these
       beautiful diamond earrings.
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              someone directly to jail.
                            Arrest Warrant - $20
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                        The first 50 players to either purchase a
                       warrant or post bond will receive a chance
                       on a Toshiba 19” LCD HDTV/DVD combo
                              and a Game Players Basket.

Someone will be the winner...might as well be you.

        Capital Prize Raffle

           $25 per chance
        Drawing to be held at 11:00 p.m.
       Winner need not be present to win.

                  Thank you for making this evening possible!
211 Clover Lane                            Chick-fil-A
A.C.T. F.A.S.T. Self-Defense for Women     Churchill Downs
Action Landscape, Inc.                     Colonel Quick
AHS Administration                         Tom Corbett
AHS Advancement                            Corbett’s Restaurant
AHS Alumnae Association                    Sally Craven
AHS Athletic Department                    Curves Fern Creek
AHS Cafeteria                              Denise Davis
AHS Campus Store                           The Design Studio/Mark & Mary Lee O’Bryan
AHS Environmental Club                     Designs by Gail
AHS Retreat Office                         Doo Wop Shop
Edmund & Jennie Armento                    Drs. Blincoe and Shutt
Balfour                                    Jenny Duffy
Peggy Baas ‘80 - “Celts on the River”      Diane Duran ’03
Bellarmine University                      Larry and Kathy Edlin
Bellarmine University Athletics            Fifth Third Bank
Sharon Shutte Benim ‘73                    FireKing Security Group
Bisig Impact Group - BIG Photo             Footworks, Inc.
Blades Salon                               Framing Express - Bardstown Road
Sherman Blankenship                        Frazier International History Museum
Blairwood Tennis, Swim and Fitness         Friend of Assumption
Larry and Jan Bloemer                      Bill and Leigh Ann Boeckmann Fuller ‘87
Boutique Serendipity                       Fuller Galt House Hotel and Suites
Chrissy Perez Bratcher ‘97                 David, Karen, and Ariele ’10 Gatti
David Breslin                              Karri Rensel Gerdemann ’87
Dr. & Mrs. John and Kathie Buchino         Glamour Shots
Buckhead Mountain Grill                    Randy and Karen Rickert Graehler ‘80
Business First of Louisville               Graeter’s Ice Cream
Paul Calme                                 The Groom Room
Captain’s Quarters, Masterson’s Catering   Joe Ann Ridge Hamilton
Casino Astar                               Hats by Chrissy

                 Thank you for making this evening possible!
Leo & Arlene Hawk                             Maker’s Mark
Michelle Heit                                 Marty McGee
Dean, Teri & Shelly ’10 Holland               Mattingly & Howell Orthodontics
Jim & Ruthe Holmberg                          MAXCARE
Homewood Suites/Hilton                        Lauren McDevitt-Masterson ’88
Horseshoe Casino                              Sister Mary Alicia McGinty, RSM
The Irish Rover                               Tom Meagher
Iron Touch, LLC - Jewerly Television          Merkley Kendrick Jewelers
Joan & Michael Johnson                        Mint Julep Tours
Kaelin Rybak/Knights Travel                   Mike Linnig’s Restaurant
Kayrouz Cafe                                  Millennium Art, Inc.
Kazoing! Party & Play                         Missy Leathers
Kelly Kirwan                                  Steve and Beth McAuliffe Mullins ‘76
Kentucky Driving School                       National Corvette Museum
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts   Needles & Kim
Kiddie Kastle - Baby and Teen Furniture       Wadia Newman
Dr. & Mrs. Harold & Sharon Kleinert           Newport Aquarium
KT’S Restaurant & Bar                         Bill Nord
L.A. Promotions                               Sister Ellen O’Bryan, RSM
Julie Laemmle ‘07                             Office Max
Lee’s Ford Resort Marina                      Sister Joyce Ogden, RSM
Limestone Restaurant                          Ohio Valley Volleyball Center
Lotsa Pasta                                   Oliver H. Barber, Jr., Barber Banaszynski
Debbie Lott                                          & Associates, PSC
Louisville Ballet                             Panera Bread
Louisville Bats                               Party Mart
Louisville Indoor Racquet Club                Paul’s Fruit Market
Louisville Stoneware/Steve Smith              Gary & Shelley Pepper
Louisville Tennis Club                        Tracy Pham
The Louisville Zoo                            Plehn’s Bakery
Mainstream Investment Advisors, LLC           PNC Bank

Art Potter                                   Location
Power Bilt Golf                        University of Dayton
Neal & Mimi Prendergast                Mike Veach
Preston Street Poultry                 Vision First/John-Kenyon American Eye
Publishers Printing Company                   Institute
Qdoba Mexican Grill                    Walmart Supercenter
Dr. Rod Rallo                          John & Jeannie Wasz
Judith Reindeau                        Western Kentucky University
Republic Bank and Trust Company        Lisa Wieland & the Staff of the Rosecall
Republic National Distributing         Wild Dunes
       Company of Kentucky             Woodford Reserve Distillery
Saint Xavier High School               Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs LLP
Saint Xavier High School Athletic      Xavier University
       Department                      Louise Young
Terri Potter Schlader ’74              You’re Sew Vain
Mark Schweizer
Shaheen’s Department Store
Nick Simon
Simplicity Salon
Snips, Inc.
Southern Charm Jewelry, LLC
Stephen Foster - The Musical
Super Organized Services, LLC
Tennis Club at Springhurst
Gloria Tillman
Tonini Church Supply Co.
Tran Orthodontics
Trinity Baseball
Trinity High School
Tumbleweed Southwest Grill
Two Men and a Truck - Bardstown Road

               Stop by the
          Barrel of Monkeys Bar
             to receive your
         complimentary cocktail.

  A special thanks to Assumption High School’s Advancement Council for
     sharing their time and talent in preparing for Rocket Spectacular.
Christina Abney    Emily Glavinos        Jaclyn Melcher          Katie Smith
Michelle Amon      Jennifer Glover       Alex Miller             Mary-Kate Smith
Amanda Bennett     Samantha Gordon       Caroline Miller         Lexie Souers
Katie Bergamini    Hannah Graham         Sara Minogue            Kelli Spaulding
Megan Biven        Jocelyn Grueninger    Stefanie Muller         Amber Speedy
Abby Blandford     Lynsey Guest          Ann Nunnelley           Lauren Stearman
Shelby Brown       Alle Hagan            Catherine Palmer-Ball   Claire Thieneman
Emily Buck         Meaghan Heit          Hannah Pepper           Kathryn Thomas
Stephanie Burry    Beth Heustis          Julie Rallo             Katie Tinnell
Kate Cecil         Peyton Hobson         Katie Raymond           Katie Tuell
Lindsey Conder     Rachel Kleinholter    Therese Reesor          Taylor Watson
Natalie Corrigan   Lexie Krall           Colleen Reynolds        Sara Weir
Erin Crawford      Maggie Lane           Natalie Rosario         Miranda Weiter
Renee Curtis       Elizabeth Leonhardt   Evie Rose               Molly White
Taylor Dadds       Brittany Logsdon      Katelyn Sandell         Kayla Wiggins
Amanda Day         Annie Marino          Lily Scannell           Serena Willis
Elizabeth DeMuth   Ellen Marko           Lori Schmidt            Kelsey Yates
Tricia Dunlevy     Erin Mays             Lauren Schwarz
Jennifer Duvall    Caroline McCaslin     Natalie Senninger
Megan Foley        Kathryn Mehlbauer     Bryna Sims

    Thank you for making our Rocket Spectacular benefit a success!
AHS Faculty and Staff         Michael Johnson                Margaret Deatrick Reesor ‘76
Cindy Armstrong               Susan Jury ‘82                 Pat Reeves
Peggy Baas ‘80                Katie Kaiser ’04               Cindy Richards
Elaine Ballard                Kristin Kelly                  Greg Richards
Colleen Biddle                Barbara Filley Kempf ’83       Brian Riendeau
John Biddle                   Debbie Krall                   Karen Robinson
Jim Blandford                 Mark Laemmle                   Allison Staffen Richardson ‘75
Joyce Blandford ’60           Ken Lewis                      Pat Richardson
Dianne Brinkman               Liz Lewis ‘12                  Debbie Rogers
Shelby Brown ‘10              Millie Lewis                   Jerry Rogers
Mary Anne Burch               Tonja Goodrow Logsdon ’83      Megan Riggs Rose ’97
Donna Burry                   Kelly Meagher Malley ’91       Dave Ryan
Garry Burry                   Vicki Manning                  Suzanne Duddy Schaefer ’84
Laura Butler ’89              Marty McGee                    Jill Norris Schmidt ’86
Mary Byrne ’02                Sr. Mary Alicia McGinty, RSM   Sharon Schwarz
Krysteen Pfaadt Cissell ’85   Karrie Ralston McKinnon ’96    Sara Freibert Sievert ’76
Lori Cooper                   Tom Meagher                    Dana Senninger
Wilma Couch                   Michael Misbach                Anna Simon ‘12
Lesley Dallas                 Catherine Burka Moreman ’82    Nanette Harpring Simon ’82
Richard Duffy                 Drew Neichter                  Nick Simon
Cathe Dykstra                 Jason Neichter                 Caroline Smith
Mary Jo Eberle                Bill Nord                      Pete Smith
Bill Ernst                    Chris Nunnelly                 Jenny Souers
Donna Ernst                   Margaret Nunnelly              Susan McDowell Standridge ’79
Allie Ewing ’09               Kathy Luckett Ogburn ‘76       Bob Steltenpohl
Patti Feldkamp                Caron Osborn                   Tina Steltenpohl
Tony Feldkamp                 Cathy Palmer-Ball              Missy Meagher Tompkins ’84
Karen Rickert Graehler ’80    Kathy Passafiume               Steven Tompkins
Cece Hagan                    Tony Passafiume                Kathy Trent
Kim Higgins                   Greg Pence                     Karen Wallace
Lynn Stewart Higgins ’81      Lisa Pence                     Pauline Wassar
Matt Higgins                  Vicki Phillips                 Melanie McCoy Warren ‘95
Mike Higgins                  Mimi Prendergast               Laura Weir
Sarah Osborn Hill ’92         Rhonda Luckett Randsell ‘78    Evelyn White
Teri Holland                  Kim Ratterman
Emily Holmberg ’10            Anne Raymond
Ruthe Holmberg                Frank Raymond
Alicia Morrow Johnson ’96     Tracy Redmon ’87

           Live Auction Item Correction
 410. Lake Cumberland: Head for the lake for a four-night stay in a three bedroom cottage at
 Lee’s Ford Resort. The fun begins with your four-day pontoon rental, two-day jet ski rental, and a
 $100 Harbor Restaurant gift card. There is fun for everyone in this package. Not valid on holidays.
 Damage deposit required. Value: $2,280
 Joe Ann Ridge Hamilton

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322. Brighten Your Smile: Get the beautiful smile you’ve been dreaming about with this teeth
bleaching package from Schaefer Aesthetic General Dentistry. Package includes bleaching of upper
and lower teeth. Value: $200
Schaefer Aesthetic General Dentistry

323. Play a Round: Enjoy a round of golf for four with cart at Midland Trail Golf Club.
Weekdays only. Expires 12/31/10. Value: $185
Midland Trail Golf Club

324. Tee Time: Tee off with your buddies with this certificate for a round of golf for four with cards at
Glen Oaks Country Club. Tuesday through Thursday only. Value: $220
Glen Oaks Country Club

325. Sailboat Cruise on the Ohio: Cruise and sail for four people aboard a 34-foot sailboat,
Enchantress. Depart from Limestone Marina, River Road, for a two-hour sail/cruise on the Ohio
River. This 34-foot sloop has a full size head (toilet), standing headroom in the cabin, inboard diesel,
and much more. Scheduling is flexible and negotiable. Some weekends, sunset cruises, and weekday
afternoons available. Value: $250
Gary Mellinger

326. Case of “Sofia” Champagne: Film director and wine mogul Francis Ford Coppola released this
champagne in celebration of his daughter Sophia’s marriage. The beautifully wrapped pink bottles
are perfect to bring to any party. Value: $240
Party Mart

327. Persimmon Ridge Golf Club: Enjoy a foursome of golf at the wonderful Persimmon Ridge Golf
Club. Call Ron Snider, 502-241-0819, to schedule a tee time. Value: $280
Duplicator Sales and Service

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328. Persimmon Ridge Golf Club: Enjoy a foursome of golf at the wonderful Persimmon Ridge Golf
Club. Call Ron Snider, 502-241-0819, to schedule a tee time. Value: $280
Duplicator Sales and Service

329. Consultation & Painting of One Room: Donor will paint one 12 x 12 room including walls,
ceiling, and trim. Cost of materials for one coat of paint also included. Paint is donated by Sherwin
Williams, Hurstbourne Lane location. Does not include built-in cabinets. Value: $300
Gootee Painting

330. Shower Door Installation: Cost of labor for one shower door installation plus 15% off the
wholesale price of one Cardinal shower door. Frameless shower enclosures are exempt. Value: $250
Louisville Shower Enclosures

331. Basket of Pampering: This basket of pampering includes a rubber ducky, bath confetti, bath
lotion and scrub, candle, and a $50 Z Salon and Spa gift certificate. Value: $100
Kate Ford ‘77

332. Martini Basket: Have a martini party using this basket containing two martini glasses, coasters,
napkins, picks, two bottles of vodka, and mixers. Value: $100
Kate Ford ‘77, Rosie Marshall Spawls ‘77, and Sarah Niehaus Noel ‘77

333. Wine Party Basket: This basket is any wine lover’s dream. Basket includes three bottles of wine,
napkins, coasters, dessert plates, wine wind chime, foil cutter, wine opener, wine drip, and glasses.
Value: $175
Kate Ford ‘77 and Sarah Niehaus Noel ‘77

334. Party Time Basket: Enjoy a great basket of liquor from Maker’s Mark, Woodford Reserve, and
Bolla Cabernet Sauvingnon. Value: $150
The Owens Family

335. Quarter Page Advertisement: Advertise your business with this quarter page ad in Business
First. Value: $2,395
Business First of Louisville

     Silent Auction
                                 Silent Auction 100
129. Louisville Science Center: Discover the fun of the Louisville Science Center with these two
passes for admission to the permanent exhibit galleries. You’ll find all the major sciences brought
to life with exciting, interactive exhibits that engage your hands, your mind and your imagination!
Expires: March 31, 2011. Value: $24
Louisville Science Center

130. “Kentucky Korners” Book Series: This is a complete set of autographed “Kentucky Korners”
series by a well-known Christian fiction author. Value: $30
Allie Pleiter

131. Volleyball Basket: Your volleyball star will have everything she needs with this volleyball
basket containing a pink Asics mesh bag, pink Asics ball cap, volleyball, notebook, frame, ribbons,
and zipper pull. Value: $100
Tandem Sport

132. Knit Scarves: Stay warm with these handmade knit scarves by Assumption faculty member
Mary Mattingly. These one-of-a-kind scarves are knitted with chenille yarn. Value: $20
Mary Mattingly

133. Cornhole Fun: Two full-sized cornhole boards custom designed with the Assumption logo and
four cornhole bags. Value: $280
Dean & Teri Holland, and John & Lisa Van Wallaghen

134. Red Roses: Give the gift of roses with this gift certificate from Country Squire Florist for a vase of
red roses. Expires April 30, 2010. Value: $50
Country Squire Florists, Inc.

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261. Send a Note: Send a note using one of these beautiful floral, still life, or landscape painting
notecards. Set of four notecards. Value: $32
Joy Moeller

262. Wine Basket: Wind down after a long day with a bottle of 2004 Chappellet “Signature” Cabernet
Sauvingnon, Napa Valley, or the 2005 Brewer-Clifton, Sweeney Canyon, Santa Rita Hills Chardonnay.
Value: $120
Janet & Pat Roxworthy

263. Blue and White Porcelain Wall Trivet: Spruce up your wall with this blue and white porcelain
wall trivet from Colonial Designs of St. Matthews. Value: $35
Colonial Designs of St. Matthews

     Silent Auction
264. The Lampmaker, Inc. Gift Certificate: Visit Lampmaker today to see all the beautiful ways you
can illuminate your home with this $50 gift certificate. Value: $50
The Lampmaker, Inc.

265. Knitting Book and Yarn: Get knitting with this Mason Dixon knitting book and four spools of
the original Sugar n’ Cream yarn. Value: $35
Sophie’s Yarn Shop

266. Fresh Market: Fresh Market stores convey the atmosphere of an old world European market,
all under one roof, where you can visit an array of departments: our old-style butcher shop and fish
market, bakery, produce and floral stands, and delicatessen. Use this $50 gift certificate to create a
special meal at home. Value: $50
Fresh Market

267. Coffee Basket: Start your morning off right with these coffee essentials. Value: $75
Consumer Choice Coffee Co. and Leo & Mary Mitchell Fante ‘77

268. Color Consultation: Get your house in tip top shape with this $85 gift certificate which
includes one hour of in-house consultation and one gallon of premium paint. Value: $85
Dages Paint/Anne Dages Nutt ‘86

269. Baby Essentials: Spoil your little one with this handmade baby blanket, toys, diaper bag, and
more. Value: $100
AHS Guidance Department

270. Build A Bear: Build A Bear kitten pressed in roses and ready for fun with friends. Multiple games
included. Value: $60
David & Ann Russo

271. Interior Design Consultation: The bearer will receive a full, one-hour session with MKDesigns
owner Maureen Kelley Davis and her associate. Maureen has a wealth of experience that includes
both residential and commercial design with a strong background in space planning, floor plan
design, paint scheduling, window treatment design, furniture placement, and accessorizing.
Value: $85

272. Diamond Heart Necklace: Bring life to any outfit with this gorgeous diamond heart necklace
from Davis Jewelers. Value: $150
Davis Jewelers

273. Bebe Fragrance: Enjoy this lovely collection of Bebe fragrance with this Bebe eau de parfum
(3.4 oz.) and Bebe shimmer body lotion (6.0 oz.) Value: $90
Friend of Assumption

     Silent Auction
274. Personalized Woodford Reserve Bourbon Barrel Head: Your name will be stenciled onto a
Woodford Reserve Barrel Head. Great for your bar! Expires 3/20/2011. Value: Priceless
Party Mart
275. Iggy, the Iguanna, Plate: Celebrate Assumption’s very own Iggy, the Iguanna, with this custom
designed plate that will inspire the scientist in each of us. Value: $125
Judy Riendeau, The Hungry Potter

276. Sterling Picture Frame: You will be proud to display any photograph in this beautiful 5 x 7
sterling picture frame from Bittner’s. Value: $100

277. Porcelain Pendant/Pink and Blue: This is an original sculpted porcelain pendant by artist
Rick Czerwonka. Pendant portrays an objective abstract running horse in blues and pinks. Measures
approximately 2” in diameter. Value: $50
Czerwonka Designs by Rick Czerwonka

278. Porcelain Pendant/Blue: This is an original sculpted porcelain pendant by artist Rick
Czerwonka. The pendant portrays an objective abstract running horse in blue tones. Measures
approximately 1.5” in diameter. Value: $50
Czerwonka Designs by Rick Czerwonka

279. Porcelain Pendant/Maroon This is an original sculpted porcelain pendant by artist Rick
Czerwonka. This maroon pendant portrays an objective abstract running horse. Measures
approximately 2” in diameter. Value: $50
Czerwonka Designs by Rick Czerwonka

280. Beyoncé Heat Fragrance: Enjoy this Beyoncé Heat fragrance collection containing three bottles
of eau de parfum spray. 1.0 oz., 1.7 oz., and 3.4 oz. Value: $135
Friend of Assumption

281. Derby Dinner Playhouse Enjoy a night out with these two tickets for dinner and show at the
Derby Dinner Playhouse. Valid Sunday-Thursday. Exludes concerts and special events. Expires on 7/3/10.
Value: $76
Janet Davis

282. Solid Cherry Decorative Spoons Three solid cherry 12” decorative spoons that were
handcrafted by a local artisan. Value: $120
Greg, Lisa & Rachel Pence

                  Thank you for making this evening possible!
  AHS Guidance Department                   Louisville Shower Enclosures
  Bearno’s Pizza Bowman Field               Rosie Marshall Spawls ‘77
  Bittner’s                                 Party Mart
  Business First of Louisville              Mary Mattingly
  Colonial Designs of St. Matthews          Gary Mellinger
  Consumer Choice Coffee Co.                Midland Trail Golf Club
  Leo & Mary Mitchell Fante ‘77             MKDesigns
  Country Squire Florists, Inc.             Joy Moeller
  Czerwonka Designs by Rick Czerwonka       Sarah Niehaus Noel ‘77
  Dages Paint/Anne Dages Nutt ‘86           The Owens Family
  Davis Jewelers                            Allie Pleiter
  Duplicator Sales and Service              Judy Riendeau, The Hungry Potter
  Kate Ford ‘77                             Janet & Pat Roxworthy
  Fresh Market                              David & Ann Russo
  Glen Oaks Country Club                    Schaefer Aesthetic General Dentistry
  Gootee Painting                           Sophie’s Yarn Shop
  Dean & Teri Holland                       Tandem Sport
  The Lampmaker, Inc.                       John & Lisa Van Wallaghen
  Louisville Science Center

Thank you for making our Rocket Spectacular benefit a success!
  Joyce Blandford                               Cece Hagan
  Theresa Burch                                 Christine Kelly
  Dale Burnham                                  Sarah Lutrell ‘02
  Kathy Burnham                                 Colleen McHugh ‘ 08
  Megan Foley ‘10                               Karrie Ralston Mckinnon ‘96
  Debbie Forman                                 Bill Neichter
  Terri Gettelfinger                            Richard Pickren
  Jaclyn Noon Grieshaber ‘95                    Sue Pickren
  Bill Goodlett                                 Melissa Hettinger Spurrier ‘96


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