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									   Lowell PTA

         presents


Lowell Trivia Night
         &
  Silent Auction
      Date: 01/23/2010
       Time: 6:00 pm
         Agenda

           6:00—6:30
         Arrival and Social
       Silent Auction Begins!


           6:30—6:45
          Return to Tables
       Announce Trivia Rules


            6:45—7:30
ROUND I - 3 sets of 15 minutes each


      {25 Minute Intermission}


           8:00—8:45
ROUND II - 3 sets of 15 minutes each


      {25 Minute Intermission}


               9:10
      SILENT AUCTION ENDS


            9:15—9:30
    ROUND III - RAPID FIRE



               9:30
              Awards
       Silent Auction Results




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  Welcome to Lowell Trivia
          Night
We would like to welcome you to Lowell's annual Trivia
Night and Silent Auction. We hope you are excited as we are
to participate in tonight's events and to help raise money for
Lowell Elementary.

Trivia night is a fun night for Lowell parents and teachers to
get together and have some fun. It is also a great opportu-
nity for parents, faculty, and the community to help raise
money that funds many of the programs/activities our chil-
dren enjoy at Lowell Elementary. These programs include
field trips, assemblies, STAR reading, and many other ac-
tivities.

We would like to thank all of the families, businesses, and
individuals in our community who have generously donated
their time, talents, goods, and services to support our
school. Without this support, there would be no Silent Auc-
tion , so THANK YOU, THANK YOU , THANK YOU!!!!!!

Special thanks to Michele Mordacq and Suzanne MacDonald
for organizing Trivia Night.

So everyone kick back, enjoy the night and start bidding!!!!!

Brenda Buck
Tammy Scott
Eleanor Mc Near
2010 Silent Auction Committee




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                  Auction Items
               FOR THE SPORTS FANS
ITEM NUMBER 01                                               Bulls Tickets

Bulls vs Phoenix Suns Tuesday 3/30/10 at 7:00 pm Section
103 row 19 seats 23&24.

Value $240



ITEM NUMBER 02                                        Wilson Sport Pack

Wilson Sporting Goods Co. is donating a sporting equipment pack-
age...baseball glove, basketball, tennis racquet and football...fun!

Donated by the Wallace family on behalf of Wilson Sporting Goods Com-
pany.

Value approx $350



ITEM NUMBER 03                                              Xport fitness

One year membership to any Xsport Fitness Club.

Value $638



ITEM NUMBER 04                                 Arrowhead golf package

A round of golf for four at Arrowhead Golf Course
and Dinner for four in the restaurant.



Value $300



ITEM NUMBER 05                                    Kane County Cougars

Four weekday tickets for the upcoming 2010 season (can be
upgraded to weekend for $2 each).

Value $32



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             Auction Items                           (cont.)


                          GET AWAYS
ITEM NUMBER 06                                 Embassy Suites Chicago

One night gift certificate for the Embassy Suites Downtown Chicago (must
be used Sunday through Thursday).

600 N. State Street (State & Ohio), Located in the
heart of downtown Chicago.

Free shuttle to Navy Pier within one block, steps
from the Magnificent Mile— minutes from restau-
rants, attractions and nightlife.

The hotel features:

♦   High-speed Wireless and Wired Internet access, throughout the hotel

♦   Complimentary 24-hour business center, with office supplies, com-
    puter stations, and fax, print and copy services
♦   Indoor heated pool and whirlpool
♦   Fully equipped fitness center
♦   Complimentary full breakfast
♦   Two-hour Manager's Reception (5:30pm to 7:30pm), serving compli-
    mentary cocktails and beverages
Donated by the Elftmann family
Value $250


ITEM NUMBER 07                                            Crown Plaza

Crowne Plaza Glen Ellyn-Lombard One night stay in a King Suite with
breakfast for two in Glen Prairie Fine
Food and Drink (offering a delicious
touch of local flavor with it’s bold,
natural and locally grown fare). In-
cludes full access to their well-
equipped fitness center and indoor
swimming pool.

Value $250

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             Auction Items                             (cont.)


ITEM NUMBER 08                               Embassy Suites Lombard

Embassy Suites Hotel Chicago-Lombard/Oak Brook

707 East Butterfield Road, Lombard

One weekend night stay for two on any Friday
or Sunday night (excluding New Year's Eve).

Amenities include:

♦   Manager's reception with complimentary beverages

♦   Complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast, served in the tropical
    Atrium

♦   Full use of facilities (workout facilities, swimming pool and more)

Value $189




ITEM NUMBER 09                                    Hyatt Place Lombard

Experience Hyatt Place Chicago-Lombard/Oak Brook

2340 South Fountain Square Drive, Lombard

One weekend night stay for two either
Friday or Saturday.

Guestroom Features & Amenities:

♦   Spacious guest room

♦   "Hyatt Grand Bed"

♦   Complimentary Wi-Fi

♦   Continental breakfast each morning

♦   Access to the indoor pool & 24-hour fitness room

Value $139




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             Auction Items                           (cont.)


                         GET IT DONE

ITEM NUMBER 10                           Lowell Dads Honey-Do Crew

Cheerful, strong (and handsome!) men will come to your house on a date of
your choosing and spend 4 hours painting, gardening, or doing general
manual household labor. Need to paint the laundry room? Spread some
mulch? Hang pictures? Fix a clogged sink? You provide the supplies (and
beer for the crew at the end of the day), the Lowell Dads supply the labor.



ITEM NUMBER 11                                       Fall Leaf Clean-up

The Boy Scouts of Lowell Pack 64, Bear Den, will
come to your house for up to 2 hours on a mutu-
ally agreed upon day to rid your yard of those
fallen leaves. At least 3 scouts accompanied by
their dads will show up to take care of that
dreaded annual chore.



ITEM NUMBER 12                                                 Yard Work

Up to 2 hours of Spring yard clean-up provided by the 3rd grade Cub
Scouts of Lowell Pack 64, Den 1.



ITEM NUMBER 13                                          Nursery shrubs

$300 Certificate good for in-stock trees, shrubs or evergreens from John
Marson and Marson's Nursery.




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             Auction Items                           (cont.)


                ONE OF A KIND ITEMS
ITEM NUMBER 14                                      Hand Painted Uggs
Made by Liz Corry . Winner of auction to choose the design
style and size of boots.

Value $500


ITEM NUMBER 15                             5th Grade Ceramic Platter

One ceramic platter from Mrs. McDonald’s 5th grade class, decorated with
hand painted flowers and signatures of her students.


ITEM NUMBER 16                             5th Grade Ceramic Platter

One ceramic platter from Mrs. Uthe’s 5th grade class, decorated with hand
painted flowers and signatures of her students.


ITEM NUMBER 17                                       Haircut/color etc.

Complimentary haircut and color by Soni's Hair Studio at Salon Neapoli-
tan along with a selection of three Paul Mitchell products.

Value $80


ITEM NUMBER 18                                       Enameled Artwork

Two unique 9 x 11 framed enameled leaf artwork by
Lowell mom Karen Seymour Ells (only one shown
here).

Value $24


ITEM NUMBER 19                                      Photo of water lilies

11 x 14 (framed size 16 x 20) Black and White framed photo by Sherman
Dunnam. Website www.dunnamphoto.com

Value $190


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             Auction Items                             (cont.)


ITEM NUMBER 20                   Designer Purse & $100 Cabi Gift Card

Adorable purse made by our favorite Cabi represen-
tative and Lowell mom, Dianna Weglarz. Don’t for-
get the $100 gift card inside!




ITEM NUMBER 21                                        Amazing wood tray

Grow and Share tray created by Lisa Hoffmann.
Beautiful and functional 14x24 wood tray. See
Lisa’s work at :

sites.google.com/site/groovytabletoppers
Value $95


ITEM NUMBER 22                                          Designer Jewelry

A pair of earrings from Georgia Rae.

Georgia Rae, in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, features distinctive, handcrafted ster-
ling silver jewelry, accessories, handbags, artwork and more!!.

Value $35


ITEM NUMBER 23                      PrestoChango-SummerScarf Purse

Beautiful Black bag with five interchangeable accent scarves
made in Chicago by Elli and Friends and donated by co-
founder Cathy Fladland. See the website at
www.elliandfriends.com

Value $52


ITEM NUMBER 24                                             Fleece Fashions

Lowell spirit wear basket for the family. Stay warm while showing your
school spirit. Blue and white fleece scarves and hats with matching tassels.
Made and donated by Lowell mom Julie Zinkus.

Valued at $ 75

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             Auction Items                           (cont.)


ITEM NUMBER 25                                   Jericho Church Basket

Enjoy a few beautiful accessories handcrafted by women from all over the
world (included in the basket itself will be short description of the items
and what we know about the great people who made them)...and then
treat your family to an amazing dinner prepared by Golestan, an Iranian
mom from Lowell who settled here through World Relief with her family
two and a half years ago. Her native dishes are indescribably delicious!

Donated by Jericho Road Church



                          Happy Hour
ITEM NUMBER 26                            “Last Call for Alcohol” Basket

This fun basket is loaded with your favorite bar goodies:




♦   X-tra large bottle of Kettle One Vodka
♦   Speyburn Single Malt Scotch Whiskey
♦   Bacardi Gold Rum
♦   Bailey's Irish Cream
♦   Jose Cuervo Gold Tequila
♦   Ditka's Spicy Bloody Mike's Mix
♦   Peach and Original Margarita Mix
♦   Olives
♦   A Shaker to mix it all up with!
And one BIG basket to carry it home in!!!
Donated by : Lowell Families


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             Auction Items                           (cont.)


ITEM NUMBER 27                                    Red, Red Wine Basket

You know the song... Enjoy (5) bottles of Red Wine..Labels include:




♦   2006 Mission Point Pinot Noir
♦   2009 George DeBeuf Beaujolais Nouveau
♦   2006 Domaine Chandon Pinot Noir
♦   2006 Black Mountain Pinot Noir
♦   2008 Aquila D'Oro Chianti
and a beautiful, glass wine stopper.
Donated by: Lowell Families/organized by Linda Oddo




                GIFTS FOR THE HOME
ITEM NUMBER 28                                Golden Mountain Candles

Enjoy the beautiful scents of Gold Canyon
candles... This basket includes(3) large (26oz)
Candles in Cinnamon Vanilla, Clean Sheets,
and Ginger Lime, 9 scented Tea lights in Cin-
namon Vanilla, a Cinnamon Vanilla room
spray, and wick dipper. All packaged in a
great reusable wire basket.

Donated by the Scott family

Value $90

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             Auction Items                          (cont.)


ITEM NUMBER 29                                         Pottery Barn Kids

New queen size quilt (Daisy Garden pattern) with two
matching standard size pillow shams.

Donated by Rita LaVigne

Value $250



ITEM NUMBER 30                                           Microsoft Xbox

The Xbox 360® Arcade console is everything you need
to hit the ground running. Plug in the console and con-
nect the wireless controller and you're playing. In-
cludes XBOX Live—Xbox LIVE is where games and
entertainment come alive, the only unified place where
you can play with anyone, anytime, anywhere. Con-
nect Xbox 360 to your broadband connection, attach a
storage device (hard drive or memory unit) and get instant access to Xbox
LIVE Silver.

Donated by the McPherson family

Value $200



ITEM NUMBER 31                                    Longaberger Baskets

Selection of Longaberger Baskets:

♦   Longaberger Proudly American Medium
    Gathering basket (17.5 x 12") with star
    pewter tacks, classic stain, retired, liner
    and protector
♦   Longaberger bread basket (14.5 x 7.5 x
    3.75) whitewashed stain with protector
♦   Longaberger small Gatehouse basket,
    warm brown stain, retired, protector cornflower plaid liner
♦   Longaberger basket with swinging handle, protectors and botanical
    fields liner, retired


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              Auction Items                          (cont.)


♦   Longaberger All American Sparkler basket, retired, with divided flat-
    ware/napkin/paper plate protector, fabric liner and year 2000 ce-
    ramic tie on
Donated by the Colangelo family.

Value $ 370




                      Raffle Prizes
Throughout the night, you will have the chance to win one of these fantas-
tic gift baskets (more to be added so be sure to check out the tables on
Trivia Night!). Tickets can be purchased for $3 each or 2 for $5 with all
proceeds going directly to the Lowell PTA.



Book Basket

A cozy faux fur blanket, (2) Gold Canyon
candles (5 oz, Sugar Cookie and Cucumber
Melon), and 14 best selling books (gently-
used) - what else could a girl want for a
cold winter day? Titles include “A Summer
Affair”, “Queen of Babble gets Hitched”,
“FireFly Lane”, “Trail of Crumbs”, “Certain
Girls”, “Yummy Mummy”, “The True Theory
of Love”, “The Senator's Wife”, “Watch for Elephants”, “Barefoot”, “Ones of
those Malibu Nights”, “Testimony”, “Pack up the Moon”, and “Upside
Down /Inside Out”. All packaged in a beautiful, reusable basket, great for
storing books!

Value $150


Gift Card Basket

A wide assortment of gift cards; great for giving or spoil yourself. Ober-
weis, iTunes, Starbuck’s just to name a few! Take a look on auction night
to see the complete basket.


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                   Raffle Prizes
Baby Basket/Happy Baby

Copy of new book from Dr. Robert Sears and Amy Marlow, MPH called
"HappyBaby - The Organic Guide to Baby's First 24
Months"

HappyBaby Puffs, HappyMelts - yogurt finger snack,
coupons for free trial of HappyBaby fresh frozen baby
meal, coupons for free trial of HappyBites frozen tod-
dler meals, HappyTot instant organic meals for kids,
Nutrition Guide written by Dr. Sears and a baby blan-
ket. Frame for new baby and trendy gender neutral burp cloths and no-
peak nurser.

Value $70



Chef’s Basket

Five piece cheese serving set, Longaberger crock, a copy of Mary Dowey’s
book “Food and Wine Paring Made Simple” and six jars of Conway salad
dressing and coasters. Family owned and operated, Conway has been
producing quality dressings and sauces for four generations.

Donated by: Denise Desalvo, Kim Shultz and Tracy Colangelo



Handmade Sporting Lap Blanket Basket

Show your Lowell pride AND keep warm at your next sporting event.
These blankets are windbreaker material on the outside and fleece on the
inside...a great combination for staying warm on the field. How can you
put a value on immeasurable school spirit!

Blankets donated by: Lisa Hoffmann

sites.google.com/site/groovytabletoppers



Embroidery donated by: Coyle Unlimited

www.coyleunlimited.com




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                Auction Rules
♦   This auction catalog contains the descriptions of the items of-
    fered in the silent auction; however, we will be receiving
    new items up to the day of the event. Please be sure to
    check the auction tables for all the wonderful donations!

♦   Values have been determined by either the donor or the esti-
    mated market value

♦   When bidding, please include your full name and spouses
    name (to eliminate confusion), phone number and bid amount

♦   Opening bids must match or exceed the posted minimum bid
    posted on each bid sheet

♦   Subsequent bid increases must meet or exceed the $5 minimum
    bid amount as stated on each bid sheet to be considered as a
    final winning bid

♦   Bids must be in full dollar amounts only

♦   Winning bids must be paid in full the night of the auction.
    Cash or checks will be accepted. Please make checks payable
    to “Lowell School PTA”

♦   All sales and prizes are final - No exchanges or refunds




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                   Special Thanks To:
Boys Scout of Lowell Pack 1           Barry Keefe- MC
Boys Scout of Lowell Pack 64          The Klein Family
The Brunner Family                    Rita LaVigne
The Carey Family                      Law office of Klint Bruno - Bull tickets
The Colangelo Family                  The Marson Family/Marson's Nursery
Liz Corry                             The McCown family
The Coyle Family                      Mrs. McDonald's 5th grade class
Coyle Unlimited                       Eleanor McNear
The Crowne Plaza Glen Ellyn           The McPherson Family
The DeSalvo Family                    The Neri Family
Sherman Dunham                        The O'Connor Family
The Elftmann Family                   Linda Oddo
Elli and Friends                      The Rambasek Family
Karen Ells                            The Rutgens family
Embassy Suites Mary Eckhoffman        The Schultz Family
The Farraday Family                   The Scott Family
The Fieweger Family                   The Strasma Family
Georgia Rae                           Mrs. Uthe's 5t grade class
Happy Baby                            The Wallace Family
The Harris Family                     The Weglarz Family
Lisa Hoffman                          Wheaton Park District -Arrowhead
Hyatt Place Jerry Evans               Wilson Sporting Goods Co.
Jericho Church                        XSport Fitness
The Johnson Family                    The Zinkus Family
Kane County Cougars                   ...and anyone else we may have missed!




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