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Bid Auction Live Auction Dinner
Bid Auction
Dinner
Live Auction
MT. BRILLIANT
Spectacular '11
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Schedule of the Evening
1854/Spartan Sponsors
Chair's Letter
Headmaster's Letter
Committees
Pillars/Gold/Blue Sponsors
Donors
Contributors
Rules
Live Auction
Spectacular '10 Homage
Spectacular Advertisers
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schedule
6:00 p.m.
Sayre
Spectacular
2011
Silent Auction
Cocktails
Hors d'oeuvres
7:30 p.m.
Dinner Seating
Headmaster's Welcome
Senior Introductions
Dinner
by Dupree Catering
8:30 p.m.
Live Auction
Silent Auction reopens for 30 minutes
after Live Auction.
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sponsors
1854 Sponsor
Mount Brilliant Farm
Sayre
Spectacular
2011
Spartan
Sponsors
Mr. and Mrs. Evan Trommer
Space Center Storage
White-Reach Development, LLC
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fromthechair
March 4, 2011
Sayre
Spectacular
2011
Dear Spectacular Guests,
I am thrilled to welcome you to the 31st annual Sayre
Spectacular. Twenty years ago tonight, I walked across
that very stage during Senior introductions. It was also
Mr. Chambliss’ first year as our school’s Headmaster.
In the past twenty years I have seen so many changes
to the campus. We have a new Buttery, Upper School,
Middle School, Gymnasium, and Athletic Fields.
Among these architectural changes, one thing has
remained constant: the superior education that our
children are receiving daily. This school holds a very
special place in my heart, not only as an Alumna, but
as a current parent to Robbie, Cate, and Emme.
“If we all extend a hand, imagine how far we can reach.” I
saw this quote last July when I started planning the
Spectacular. It embodies everything that this evening
is all about. I have been amazed by the generosity of
the administration, faculty, alumni, staff, parents, and,
of course, our dear students. The students have also
committed their handiwork that is on display this
evening. Their imagination and creativity is absolutely
priceless. I want to thank my committee and all the
volunteers who have provided countless hours to making this great night possible. I would like to also thank
our item donors, sponsors, underwriters, and advertisers. As you are looking through this program tonight,
please take time to notice how many people extended a
hand to make tonight “spectacular!"
Thank you all for coming tonight. I encourage you all
to enjoy yourselves with great friends while celebrating this wonderful school. Your continued support
provides the very best to our children. Have a fantastic
time tonight and “extend a hand” while holding your
bid paddles high!
With the warmest regards,
Michelle Crouch Goodman
Class of 1991
2011 Sayre Spectacular Chair
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fromtheheadmaster
March 4, 2011
Dear Friends and Friends-To-Be,
Sayre
Spectacular
2011
Wow! Was it really twenty years ago, Michelle? I remember being as
nervous as you were when you were introduced as seniors and as I
began my time as Headmaster. I knew immediately as I watched your
class cross the stage that one thing Sayre does right is prepare students
to be not only academically ready for college, but also competent and
confident.
You, Michelle, are certainly a testament to that process. Planning for
this year’s event has been flawless, and we are all looking forward to
a grand time. I am truly grateful to you and your great group of Spectacular volunteers.
It’s wonderful to see so many familiar faces. Also a special welcome
this evening to those of you who were new to Sayre when school began in August and those of you who are guests of the Admission Office. We hope you enjoy the evening, getting to know our school and
the other parents of children who will be new to the school in the fall.
Yes, this will be a fun evening. It is also an evening of Fund-Raising.
So, as we at Sayre extend a hand to one another each day, we do so
with Wisdom, Integrity, Respect, and Compassion. My challenge is
that on this evening we extend those hands and arms up into the air
and bid, bid, bid!
We appreciate all of you.
Warmly,
Clayton
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committees
Sayre
Spectacular
2011
Chair
Reservations
Live Auction
Sponsors
Silent Auction
Quilts
Michelle Crouch Goodman '91
Cara Lundy
Laura Callaway Crume '88
Leigh Ann Castellanos
Kim Bloomfield
Melissa Demann
Stephanie Nahra Johnson ‘91
Anna Wagner Martin '90
Marti Fee Quintero ‘88
Rana Rahman
Stacy Robertson
Sam VanMeter
Molly Yandell
Faculty Fun
Kim Bloomfield
Spectacular Kids
Sara Miedler
Nikki Jasko
Robyn Peterman-Zahn
Susan Thornberry
Advertising
Stephanie Nahra Johnson '91
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Gay Haggin VanMeter '81
Gay Haggin VanMeter '81
Michelle Crouch Goodman '91
Nikki Jasko
pillars/gold/blue sponsors
Pillars Sponsors
Anonymous
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Bandoroff
E. S. Barr and Company
Mr. and Mrs. Roderick L. Brotherton
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Bulleit III
Central Kentucky Radiology
Dean Builds, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Farish, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. David C. Fogg, Sr.
Gastroenterology Specialists of Lexington
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Goodman, Jr.
Green’s Toyota
Ms. Suzanne Lawson
Dr. and Mrs. Todd Marcum
McDonald's
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Robertson
Dr. and Mrs. James F. Sautter
Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Solomon
Ms. Gay Haggin VanMeter
White, Greer & Maggard, P. S. C.
Sayre
Spectacular
2011
Gold Sponsors
Mr. nd Mrs. Rolf Linder
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney S. Shockley
Blue Sponsors
Mr. Clayton G. Chambliss
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cole
Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Givens
Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Haggin III
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Judy
Ms. Sherry Richardson
Mr. and Mrs. Justin Yandell
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donors
Sayre
Spectacular
2011
Dr. Phillip Aaron
Air-Time Inflatables, Inc.
Amy Watts Design
Anonymous
Rachel Atay
Azur, Miguel Rivas
Baby Bundles
Bally High Hunter Jumper Stables,
Joyce Brinsfield
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Bandoroff
Barbara Ann School of Dance
Bill Barnes
Frank Becker, The Time Photography
Patricia Becker
Bella Bliss
Bella Rose
Belle Vie Medspa
Best of Flowers, Mary Jo Johnson
Thomas Birkman of Kimbrel
Birkman Interior Design
Dr. and Mrs. Chet Blackey
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bloomfield
Bluegrass Hospitality Group
Bluegrass Plastic Surgery
Bluegrass Tennis Club
Blue River Sports Ski & Snowboard Rental
Blue Willow Horse Farm, Julie Kaufman
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brady
Brannon Stables
Dr. Kathy Brimhall
Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Brotherton
Pam Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Bulleit, Jr.
Tory Burch
Capital City Cycles, Troy Hearn
Carino’s Italian Grill
Pat Carlson, Ace Certified
Carpet One Carpet World
Dr. and Mrs. Alberto Castellanos
Central Kentucky Radiology
Cerlan Studios, Gayle Cerlan
Dr. Evelyn Clark
Clayton Chambliss
Lynn Chen
Chevy Chase Trainers, Field VanMeter
Circa Homes
Collins Bowling Centers, Inc
Colorama
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Comley
Cosi
Cotton Patch
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Courtney
Barry and Laura Callaway Crume '88
Cuppa, A Tea Café
Dean Builds, Inc.
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Dudley’s Restaurant
Dupree Catering, Harriet Dupree Bradley ‘79
E S Barr & Company
Ms. Kim Edwards
Luanne Elswick
Eye of The Needle
Failte, Irish Import Shop
Dr. William Fain, DDS
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Farish, Jr.
Farmers Jewelers
First Grade Families
Mr. and Mrs. David C. Fogg, Sr.
Marie Fore
Mr. John Foster, Sullivan University
Culinary Instructor
Frankie’s Cakes, Frankie Stallard
Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Stewart
Friends of Sayre School
Mr. and Mrs. Peek Garlington
Gastroenterology Specialists of Lexington
Mr. and Mrs. Greg Goodman
Robert '89 and Michelle Crouch Goodman '91
Diane Goodnight, Mind’s Eye
Great Lawns, Josh Sherman ‘99
Green’s Toyota
Richard Greissman
Steve Gyunn, Director of Buildings and Grounds
H & K Grading and Excavation
Betty Bos and Louis L. Haggin III '54
Ted Hall
Harmony, Jennifer Bradley
Mr. and Mrs. Regan Heinrich
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Henry
High Hope Steeplechase Association
Whit Hiler '94
Hippo Crates, Chad Gaunce
Jane Scott Hodges ‘87
Holiday Inn Express
House, Stuart Hurt
Michael Houlihan ‘88
Michael Huang
Ellie Humes ‘05, Photography by Ellie
I Ching Asian Café
Leslie Parrish Isaacs ‘69
J. Peterman
Jazzercise Center of Lexington
Erik Johnson
John '90 and Stephanie Nahra Johnson '91
Jonathan at Gratz Park
Junior League of Lexington
Firefighter Mike Kamphake,
Fire Station #4 on Jefferson
Susan Keegan
Keeneland Association
Alyssa Kellar
Kentucky Ballet Theatre
Kindergarten Families
Ms. Suzanne Lawson
Leontine Linens
Lexington Furniture Company, Hugh James
Lexmark International
LIFT Fitness and Wellness Center
Linens Limited
Mr. and Mrs. Chester T. Lott, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Lundy
L V Harkness
James Lyons ‘06
Makers Mark
Man O’ War Golf
Dr. and Mrs. Todd Marcum
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Martin
Judy McDonald
McDonald's
Jennifer Stephenson McLamb ’82,
Bliss Boutique and Studio
Melon Design, Mary Ellen Hardin
Mid American Coin Gallery
Carol Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Miller
Monkey Joe’s
Mt. Brilliant Farm
The Morris Bookshop
Elizabeth Nahra
New Editions Gallery
Heidi Newman
Newport Aquarium
Carrie Wiechers Newton ‘90
Nick Ryan’s Saloon
North American River Runners, Inc.
Judy Offutt
Maggi O’Neill
Michele O’Rourke
Joey ’94 and Jennifer Palumbo
Whitney Wiggins Pannell ‘87
Pannell Swim Shop
Pearson, Justice, Coffman and Associates, DMD
Photography By Ellie
PLAYmatters
Pottery Chick
Pre K-3 Families
Pure Barre, Edie Green
Marti Fee Quintero ‘88
Raising Cane’s
Jeanelle Rasmussen, Lana’s Little Darlins
Scott '90 and Stacy Robertson
Mr. Robert J. Rosenstein
Dr. and Mrs. James F. Sautter
Justin '91 and Libby Sautter
Sayre School
Olivia Johnson Scholz ‘94
Mr. John Schweder
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Schwarcz
Holly Scudder
Second Grade Families
Amy Sheehan
Lyndy Franklin Smith ‘97, Town and Village School of Dance
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Mr. and
Mrs. Rodney S. Shockley
Langdon Shoop ‘93
Lana Singleton
Smoothie King
Mr. and Mrs.Walter H. Solomon
South Hill Gallery
Space Center Storage
Spartan Shop
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Spirito
St. John & Myers
Frankie Stallard
Standard Chair of Gardner
Stella’s Kentucky Deli
Mrs. Doug Stephan
Scott Sutton
Mrs. Ann Tauchert
The Cottage, Clothing for Children
The Keeneland Gift Shop
The Toy Shop
Third Grade Families
Third Street Stuff
Tonti Management Lodging
TrekAdvancement
Trillium
David ’75 and Patti Trimble
Mr. and Mrs. Evan Trommer
Urban Active
Urban Zen
Vail Mountain School
Spencer Van den Dool '99
Gay Haggin VanMeter ‘81
Vespa Lexington
Dick Vitale
Vocè
Wakefield Scearce, Shelby Boyd
Walnut Hall Farm
White, Greer & Maggard Orthodontics
White-Reach Development, LLC
World’s Apart, Howard Rackmill
Mrs. Roberta Wykoff
Etty Yanai
Mr. and Mrs. Justin Yandell
Robyn Peterman-Zahn and Steve Zahn
The Committee extends a Spectacular thank you to all those who helped
make this evening possible. We apologize for any omissions due to print deadlines.
contributors
Spectacular Thank You
BBJ Linens
Amy and Bill Berryman
Mary C. Breeding
Jennings Brotherton ‘11
Clayton G. Chambliss
Dupree Catering
Mellow Ellis, The Cutting Garden
Kelly Fleckinstein
Phillipa Fogg
Elizabeth Foley
Perry Garrett ‘11
Michelle Crouch Goodman ‘91
Andrew Grunwald ‘89
Tom Grunwald
Steve Guynn and Crew
Robin Haden
Sintelle Kemper ‘11
Dawn Jenkins Klus
Sarah Leer
Brooks McLamb
Anna Wagner Martin ‘90
Sara Miedler
Randy Mills
Barb Milosch
Jill Paris ‘77
Terri Prewitt
Purdon Rentals
Marti Fee Quintero ‘88
Walt and Corky Robertson
Walt Robertson, Jr. ‘97
Sarah Tauchert Rushing ‘80
Sayre Faculty and Staff
Sayre Junior Class
Sayre Parents Association
Sayre Senior Class
The Spouses of Committee
Members
Luanne Stiles
Todd Terry
Nancye Thompson
Patty Watts
Mike Whitehouse, Accuprint
Sayre
Spectacular
2011
Spectacular Stuffers
Mary Breeding l Kim Bloomfield
Becky Brady l Leigh Ann Castellanos l Laura Callaway Crume '88
Holly Davis l Melissa Demann l Michelle Crouch Goodman '91
Candace Henry l Stephanie Nahra Johnson ‘91 l Dottie Maloney
Sara Miedler l Sarah Tauchert Rushing '80 l Holly Scudder
Piper Stockham l Lauren Van Balen
Gay Haggin VanMeter '81 l Terry Wilkey
Sayre Development Office
Mary C. Breeding, Associate Director of Development
Thomas A. Grunwald, Director of Alumni Affairs
Sarah Tauchert Rushing '80, Administrative Assistant
Jennings Brotherton '11, Perry Garrett '11, Sintelle Kemper '11
Development Office Interns
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Auctioneer
Walt Robertson
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Sayre
Spectacular
2011
GENERAL AUCTION RULES APPLICABLE TO BOTH SILENT AND LIVE AUCTIONS
1. Winning bidders will be notified by mail and items will be billed. Items will be available for pick-up in the Development Office after Monday, March 7, 2011, upon payment.
2. Upon receipt of your bill, we will accept cash or your personal check. In addition, Master Card, VISA, AMEX, and Discover may be used, but please note that their use requires the Spectacular to surrender approximately 3% of its proceeds.
3. Unless otherwise noted, the items and services in this auction must be utilized by
December 31, 2011.
4. The purchaser agrees to accept the restrictions outlined in the descriptions and will return property in the same condition it was received.
5. Auction packages or items are not transferable without the express written permission of the donor or donors.
6. All sales are final, and there will be no exchanges or refunds on items except where speci-
fied.
7. Approximate fair market values of items as established by donors are listed with the item description. See TAX DEDUCTIONS below.
LIVE AUCTION RULES
1. The auction will begin following dinner, March 4, 2011, and will continue without inter- ruption until all items have been auctioned.
2. In the event of a dispute, the auctioneer shall act as the final authority and shall determine the winning bidder. His decision shall be final.
3. GROUP PURCHASES ARE WELCOME; HOWEVER, ONE PERSON MUST BE RE-
SPONSIBLE FOR THE BIDDING AND PAYMENT.
SILENT AUCTION RULES
1. All items in the Spectacular Silent Auction have bid sheets attached or affixed nearby. Per-
sons desiring to bid must do so by writing in their name, paddle number, telephone num- ber, and the amount bid on the bid sheet.
2. Each increase in bid must equal or exceed the minimum increase figure stated on the card in order to constitute a valid bid.
3. Each new bid must be written on the next black line available on the bid sheet.
4. ONLY AN AUTHORIZED PERSON MAY NULLIFY A BID.
5. Spectacular Silent Auction tables will be open for bidding from 6 – 7:30 and will reopen for 30 minutes at the end of the Live Auction.
6. On Monday, March 7, Spectacular officials will determine winning bids. In the event of a dispute, the Spectacular officials shall act as the final authority and shall determine the winning bidder. That decision shall be final.
TAX DEDUCTIONS
According to IRS regulations, only the amount in excess of an item’s value is tax deductible.
Tickets for Dinner: The price of a ticket to attend Spectacular is equal to the value of goods
and services provided during the event.
Purchase of Auction Items: The IRS considers the amount paid to Sayre School {a 501(c)3
organization} in excess of an item’s fair market value to be a tax-deductible gift. You will
receive an invoice for the item(s) you purchase setting forth the estimated fair market value
of the item(s) and the required tax disclosure statement. Where it is not possible to establish
an independent value for one-of-a-kind items, such as some art works or teacher/child trips,
the purchase price will be presumed to be the fair market value. Such items are listed in the
item description as “indeterminate value.”
You should consult your own tax adviser for further explanation and for tax advice.
Your paddle number is registered in your name. Use this number when you bid.
Please do not allow anyone else to use your paddle.
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2011
Spectacular
Live Auction
The Spectacular 2011 program is dedicated to Sayre
students, faculty, parents,
and friends who are committed to "lending a hand" to the
Lexington community. On the
following pages please note
some of the programs and organizations which have benefitted from this commitment.
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1. Cooking lessons with John Foster and John
Schweder at Sautter’s home (for 8 people)
SAYRE PARENTS JOHN FOSTER & JOHN SCHWEDER will wear their
chef hats for you and seven friends as they share secrets to successful
and fun hors d’oeuvres that will make your next party one to remember!
Hosted in the fabulous kitchen of Sayre parents Justin ’91 and Libby Sautter, this evening will be fun and educational! Date to be determined.
Sayre
Spectacular
2011
Donated by:
Mr. John Foster, Sullivan University Culinary Instructor
Mr. John Schweder, Chef Extraordinaire
Mr. and Mrs. Justin (’91) Sautter
lFun hors d’oeuvres for your next party
lFor 8 people
lHosted in the state of the art kitchen of Justin ’91 and Libby Sautter
Value: $1,200
2.VIP Upper School Parking NO NEED TO WORRY where your new driver will park next year because this space is reserved for your family! Treat your teenager to preferred parking in the Upper School lot for the 2011-2012 school year. We
promise you will be glad you did!
Donated by:
Sayre School
lNo worries
lEveryday
lPriceless to your peace of mind!
lHandy for your Sayre Upper School new driver!
Value: Indeterminate Value
Jump Rope for Heart benefitting the American Heart Association
Gardening at Fayette County Youth Services
High Street Neighborhood Center
Lending a Hand
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3. Dove Hunt at Kentuckiana Farms
Sayre
Spectacular
2011
TWO 5 ACRE FIELDS of sunflowers await you! Dove hunting in the fall
is a great Kentucky tradition. Enjoy the day with 20 of your friends in one
of the best dove fields in Central Kentucky. Dove hunting is truly a test of
a hunter and the delight of those who like to see and pursue birds in their
natural habitat. Enjoy a catered meal featuring the best barbecue around!
The date must be mutually agreed upon. A valid Kentucky Hunting License is required for each guest. Please, no children.
Donated by:
Bob and Becky Brady
lGood fun, Good food, Good friends
lLots of sunflowers!
lMust have a valid KY hunting license
lNo children
lMutually agreed upon date
Value: $2,500
4. Circa Home Custom Sofa and Interior Design Consultation
GRACE YOUR HOME with a fabulous new custom-designed sofa from
Lee Industries. Thomas Birkman of Kimbrel Birkman Interior Design and
Circa Home will personally visit your abode and help you create a stylish
new living space, featuring a Lee sofa customized with fabric and details
of your choice.
Donated by:
Thomas Birkman of Kimbrel Birkman Interior Design and Circa Home
l$1,500 credit towards a custom Lee Sofa
l$1,000 interior design consultation
Value $2,500
Students of Color Conference Host
Christmas Store, Catholic Action Center
Baby Health
Lending a Hand
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5. First Grade Boys Quilt LOVINGLY CREATED by the gentlemen of the Class of 2022! This
full size, patchwork quilt is classically crafted in navies, green, and
white to suit any young sportsman’s abode. Featuring baseballs,
soccer balls, basketballs, and footballs, plus the portraits of classmates,
this quilt will complement your son’s room for years to come.
Sayre
Spectacular
2011
Donated by:
Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Cowgill, Mrs. Singleton, and the Sayre first grade
boys – Henry Bryant, Donald Buckley, Harry Clark, Ryan Dunavant,
Mason Dunn, Omar Fakhoury, James Gunasar, Andrew Liu, Dylan
Lynch, Colin Miedler, Aiden Owen, Jon Henry Prewitt, Hayden
Stollings, Benjamin Taylor, Rylan Thomas
Value: Indeterminate Value
6.First Grade Girls Quilt
THE YOUNG LADIES of the Class of 2022 adorn this sassy quilt featuring swirls, stars, and splashes of bright colors. This full size quilt
features explosions of lime green and bright yellow and just for fun
buttons, for the cutest keepsake around.
Donated by:
Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Cowgill, Mrs. Singleton, and the Sayre first grade
girls – Sydney Allran, Clare Bennett, Lexie Blackburn, Lilah Bloomfield, Kiri Brimhall, Audrey DeMann, Hope Garlington, Catherine
Graves, Anastasia Hinton, Eva Lau, Megan Maines, Anna Kate
Miedler, Olivia Richardson, Corrine Richardson-Byrne, Liza Sautter,
Eliza Scoggin, Galadriel Stamm, Jane Stilz, Lyndsay Whitaker, Allison
Yandell
Value: Indeterminate Value
God's Pantry
International Book Project
Hope Lodge & Hope Center
Lending a Hand
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7. Ski Vail: Breckenridge Ski Getaway
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Sayre
Spectacular
2011
WINTER BRINGS UNIQUE EVENTS to the Victorian town of
Breckenridge, which bustles with an independent dining scene, a thriving arts district and, of course, plenty of snow. In addition to outdoor play
- think snowshoeing, dog sledding, sleigh rides, and more - the seasonlong events lineup features one-of-a-kind celebrations with massive snow
sculptures, parades in the name of snowfall and spring skiing parties. Not
enticed by the white stuff? Explore your creative side with a workshop in
the Arts District, shop the Main Street boutiques, indulge in spa treatments
or re-live history with a museum tour.
Black out dates for rentals are Christmas (12/23 - 1/11) and mid March
(3/10 - 3/25)
Donated by:
Vail Mountain School
Blue River Sports Ski & Snowboard Rental
Tonti Management Lodging
l7 nights 2011-2012 season
lOffer expires April 30, 2012
lUp to 8 guests
lSki rentals for 5 people
l3 bedroom/3 bath townhome located 3 blocks from Historic Main Street
lHour drive from Vail to Beaver Creek
Value: $ 2,400
8.Back to School Poolside Party with the Headmaster CELEBRATE BACK TO SCHOOL as Headmaster Clayton Chambliss hosts a casual poolside cocktail
party for 24 at his home on McDowell Road. Reconnect with your Sayre friends while enjoying the fare
of one of the Headmaster’s favorite summer retreats…coastal Maine! This is the perfect way to toast the
end of summer and greet the new school year. To be held on a mutually agreeable date.
Donated by:
Headmaster Clayton G. Chambliss
lPoolside with the Headmaster
lCoastal Maine fare
l24 guests
Value: $2,000
Kids Cafe
Humane Society
Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning
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Lending a Hand
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9. Parking Spot 24/7
BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHTS, Kindergarten Circus, or Graduation,
you will have your own parking place year ‘round. Conveniently located
behind the lower School and close to the door! Your name will hold
your spot 24/7!
Sayre
Spectacular
2011
Donated by:
Sayre School
l24/7 reserved parking
lEasy access from Pleasant Stone
lFits your busy schedule; hassle free parking
lThe next best thing to valet parking at school!
Value: Indeterminate Value
10. Jonathan Dinner for Twelve
THE LUCKY WINNER of this package will host the dinner party of a lifetime! Six couples will enjoy a
five-course dinner party paired with fine wines, to be held in your home, prepared by Chef Jonathan
Lundy of Jonathan at Gratz Park and Jonathan’s Catering. Jonathan will create a menu that will make
your dinner party truly unforgettable! Your friends will be clamoring for an invitation to this absolutely
spectacular dinner. To be held on a mutually agreeable date.
Donated by:
Jonathan Lundy of Jonathan at Gratz Park and Jonathan’s Catering
lFive course dinner in your home
lExpertly paired wines
lAcclaimed Chef Jonathan Lundy
Value: $2,400
Manchester Center
Moveable Feast
Lighthouse Ministries
Lending a Hand
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11. Progressive Party in Deepwood
ENJOY A SPLENDID FALL EVENING in the beautiful Deepwood
neighborhood visiting the homes of four Sayre families. Start off at the
Brothertons' for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. Then walk down the tree
lined street to the Spiritos' for a comforting dinner. Prepare yourself
for dessert by walking to the Crumes' for a bountiful buffet of sweets.
End your evening at the home of the Martins' with an array of nightcaps and cheese to send you off in style.
Donated by:
Connie and Rod Brotherton
Lavinia and Michael Spirito
Barry and Laura Callaway Crume '88
Lolly and Bill Martin
lProgressive Dinner for 12 in beautiful Deepwood
lFall of 2011
Value: $2,400
12. You’ll Be Head of the Line!
NO MORE GETTING TO THE LOWER SCHOOL carpool line 45 minutes early just to be close to the
front of the line! The top bidder for this incredible top spot need only arrive at the Lower School by 2:45
p.m. (before the line begins to move.) Back into your reserved space from Pleasant Stone, and you will
be Head of the Line and on your way in no time. This is a true stress reliever! For parent use only.
Donated by:
Sayre School
lArrive at Lower School by 2:45 p.m.
lStreet free!
lEvery day!
Value: Indeterminate Value
High Street Neighborhood Center
Winburn Neighborhood Center
Old Friends Equine Retirement
Lending a Hand
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13. Are you a Cosmo Mama?
REWARD YOURSELF and spend a relaxing evening with other Cosmo
Women of Sayre! Tickle your palate with gourmet hors d’oeuvres,
delightful desserts, and sparkling libations.
The bidding will happen like this: The auctioneer will state a price per
invitation to this exclusive event. If you’re willing to pay that price to
attend - stand up! If you are willing to pay as the price goes up, remain
standing! If not, please sit down.
Those left standing at the end of the bidding will be Cosmo Mamas and
will receive this coveted invitation for September 30, 2011!
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Sayre
Spectacular
2011
Donated by:
Leigh Ann Castellanos
Michelle Crouch Goodman ‘91
Molly Yandell
lAt the fabulous home of Justin and Molly Yandell,
1600 Harmony Hall Lane
lSeptember 30, 2011
lA full array of concoctions will be served
Value: $200 per person
14. Costa Rica Vacation
RELAX…BREATHE DEEPLY…read a book…or go catch a wave! Follow your dreams to Sueno del
Mar, an intimate beachfront hacienda where you can lounge in privacy amidst the palms and tropical
flowers or mingle with other guests on a shady veranda retreat. Sueno del Mar is located minutes from
Tamarindo on Playa Langosta in the province of Guanacaste. You will fall under the spell of this Costa
Rican paradise of lush tropical forests, rushing rivers, monkeys and leatherback turtles, quiet beaches,
serene mountains, active volcanoes, and world-class surfing breaks. One couple will enjoy one week
in a queen size room in this private bed and breakfast just steps from the beautiful ocean. Please, no
children.
Donated by:
Dr. and Mrs. Chet Blackey
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Spirito
lQueen-size room
lSteps from the ocean
lPlease, no children
lOne week on a mutually agreed upon date
Value: $1,500
Senior Citizen Day in Middle School
Florence Crittenton Home
U.K. Arboretum
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15. A Graduation Celebration for
Your Spartan!
YOU AND YOUR FAMILY will not miss a memorable moment of the
Class of 2011 Sayre Commencement exercises to be held Saturday, May
28, 2011. This package includes ten front row seats for the perfect view
and two premier reserved parking places in the Lower School carpool
drive. After the ceremony, enjoy a celebration lunch courtesy of Sayre
parent Jonathan Lundy of Jonathan at Gratz Park with a $200 gift certificate. This memory will last a lifetime with three hours of professional
on-location custom images, culminating with a 5 x 7 portrait book by
Photography by Ellie!
Donate by:
Sayre School
Jonathan at Gratz Park
Ellie Humes ‘05…Photography By Ellie
l10 front row seats and 2 reserved parking places
l$200 Jonathan at Gratz Park gift certificate
l$725 photograph package including three hours of professional photography by Ellie Humes…Photography By Ellie including a 5 x 7 portrait
book
Value: $925, priceless for you and your family!
16. St. Thomas Condo
WITH THE TURQUOISE WATERS of the Caribbean as a backdrop, The
Ritz-Carlton St. Thomas resort is a veritable coastal paradise. Enjoy the
splendor and comfort of a two bedroom, two + bath condominium with
Ritz amenities that never disappoint!
Donated by:
Dr. and Mrs. Alberto Castellanos
lAvailable the week of July 9 – July 16, 2011, exclusively
lBeach, pools, tennis, fitness center
lRitz maid service
Value: $3,000
Living Arts & Science Center
Ronald McDonald House of the Bluegrass
Lower School Neighborhood Garden
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17. Carolina on My Mind - Cashiers, North Carolina
EXPERIENCE THE BEAUTY of North Carolina in a private five-bedroom
home at exclusive Trillium, a private community, nestled in the heart of the
Blue Ridge Mountains. Up to ten guests will experience five amazing
nights at this stunning mountain lake setting. Find yourself without
distractions – just the presence of nature and the company of friends.
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This home is anything but ordinary – its spectacular! Enjoy a custom five-bedroom, five + bath home
with vaulted ceilings, open floor plan, spacious rooms, tiled baths, covered decks, exterior fireplace,
two full kitchens, and two living areas.
Cashiers and Highlands are renowned for their array of boutiques, specialty shops, and local restaurants to satisfy every taste from gourmet to down-home. Mountains, hiking paths, waterfalls, and
scenic overlooks abound.
Donated by:
Mr. and Mrs. Peek Garlington
lFive bedroom home with spectacular views
lFive night stay on a mutually agreed upon date
lMaid service ($150) is not included and is due upon checkout
lPlease, no smoking or pets
Value: $5,000
18. UK Basketball Ball Boy
A LITTLE BOY’S DREAM! Have your future all-star get the Wildcats ready for tip-off at Rupp Arena. A
memory that he will be talking about for a lifetime! The schedule has yet to come out for the 2011-2012
season. The date will be selected by The University Athletic office.
Donated by:
Joey ’94 and Jennifer Palumbo
lUnder the basket
lWildcat Mania
lMemories
Value: Priceless
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Fundraising
Pakistani Flood Victims Fundraising
Race/Walk for the Cure
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19. Cute, Cool Vespa
SCOOT AROUND TOWN, looking totally cool while saving fuel and
reducing traffic. Sport a Black LX 50 model scooter that reaches 39 miles
an hour and gets 95-100 miles per gallon.
Donated by:
Whit Hiler '94 and Vespa Lexington
lReduce traffic
lSave fuel
lLook cool
Value $3,639
20. “Splashdown” Your Family in the Outer Banks!
ENJOY THIS SEASIDE VACATION HOME, “Splashdown,” with five bedrooms, 4 ½ baths in lovely Corolla in the Outer Banks. The entire family
will love the extensive decks with great views, private pool, reading loft,
and rec room set up for fun and games. Just a quick walk to the beach or
shopping.
Donated by:
A Friend of Sayre
lPerfect for family reunions
lMoments away from Currituck Beach Lighthouse, Wright Brothers Memorial, and the wild horses of the Outer Banks
l5 bedrooms
lAvailable October 1-8; October 8-15
Value: $2,800
Cash for Cans Drive
Kentucky Children's Hospital Mural
Pakistani Flood Relief
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21. Exquisite Dinner Party on the Farm
MARK YOUR CALENDAR today for this magnificent dinner party. You
will wine and dine at the gracious home of Sayre parents Diane and
Chet Lott, at scenic Augustus Hill Farm. You and your guests will be
treated to a delicious dinner catered by caterer-extraordinaire and Sayre
alumna Harriet Dupree Bradley ’79. Libations courtesy of Sayre parents Kim
and Robert Rosenstein. Each table will be accented with beautiful centerpieces. Sayre
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Donated by:
Mr. and Mrs. Chet Lott, Augustus Hill Farm
Kim and Robert Rosenstein
Dupree Catering
lFive tables, each seating 8
lMay 21, 2011
lHosted by Mr. and Mrs. Chet Lott, Augustus Hill Farm
lIncredible dinner by Harriet Dupree Bradley ‘79
Value: $2,500
22. Deep Sea Fishing Off Clearwater, Florida
THE PERFECT OPPORTUNITY for the greatest father and son trip ever! Or perhaps you and your
buddies! Enjoy this Sport Fisher fishing weekend with your own Captain and First Mate as you fish
the waters of the Gulf Coast 20 to 25 miles out! The boat sleeps four and fishes eight, with additional
accommodations available at the Hilton across from the Clearwater Marina. Fly in Friday, fish Saturday
and Sunday, return to reality Sunday evening! Donated by:
Michael Spencer Houlihan, Jr. ‘88
lPrivate 52’ x 18 ½’ Sport Fisher fishing boat
lSleeps four, fishes eight
lTwo days of fishing
lIncludes Captain and First Mate
Value: $5,000
Lyric Theater Bus Stop Collaboration
Cinderella in Sneakers
Shamrock Shuffle
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ENJOY THE SPLENDOR of the Kentucky Horse Park with a private,
tented cocktail party for twenty at a polo match in July 2011. Party participants will have the opportunity to watch premier world class polo
players from Argentina, South Africa, Canada, England, Mexico, and
the U.S. Catered by Harriet Dupree Bradley ’79, the menu will feature
an abundance of hors d’oeuvres for your afternoon dining, an open bar,
tables and chairs, and a tent for your comfort and viewing pleasure.
Donated by:
Mr. and Mrs. Greg Goodman
lCocktail party for 20
lSubject to acceptable weather conditions
lMutually agreed upon date in July 2011
Value: $3,000
24. Run for the "Lillies” Oaks Box
BE PART OF AN UNPARALLELED Kentucky racing tradition since
1875. Watch some of racing’s best fillies under the historic twin spires of
Churchill Downs. Exercise the first rites of spring while being a part of
this long standing tradition.
You and five guests will travel to Louisville on Friday, May 6, 2011, for
the 137th running of the Kentucky Oaks. See these beautiful fillies run
from the magnificence of your own private, covered box for six, located
in the Third Floor Clubhouse, section 320, row I.
Donated by:
A Friend of Sayre
lOaks box for 6
lThird floor clubhouse, section 320, row I
lFriday, May 6, 2011
Value: $2,000
Seedleaf, Inc.
Soup Kitchen, Catholic Action Center
HorseMania
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25. Ocean Reef Club Vacation
GOLF DIGEST ONCE NAMED THE OCEAN REEF CLUB as having “the greatest golf courses you’ll
never play.” Now is your chance to find out why! Four guests will spend three nights at the Ocean
Reef Club, located on subtropical Key Largo. This 4,000 acre private, members-only club community
is dedicated to serving the lifestyle and recreational needs of its exclusive membership. Enjoy two
18-hole championship golf courses and fierce bonefish, sailfish, kingfish, and marlin cruising in the
Gulf Stream. All meals are included at your choice of any of the club’s eleven restaurants and lounges
(alcohol not included.) This is one of the most relaxing, romantic, and remarkable settings. One round
of golf or fishing for four included. Round trip limousine service from Miami International Airport
included.
Donated by:
Mr. and Mrs. Greg Goodman
lThree nights
lTwo 18-hole championship golf courses or fishing the Gulf Stream
lAll meals included (alcohol not included)
lGolf cart included
Value: $3,800
Limestone Corridor Street Art Mural
Humane Society
ELandF public art project
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26. Who Doesn’t Love the Greenbrier?
FIVE DAYS AND NIGHTS OF RELAXATION at the pinnacle of
southern charm and hospitality synonymous with the name White
Sulphur Springs, West Virginia! This private 5 bedroom home is
nestled into the lush landscape of The Greenbrier resort’s more than
6,500 acres of mountains, forests, fields, and streams. This beautifully
appointed home, at America’s oldest private club, will surpass every
expectation. The Greenbrier offers some of the world’s most revered
sporting traditions as well as world-class service.
Donated by:
Mr. and Mrs. Peek Garlington
lDate, after September, to be mutually agreed upon with owner
l5 bedrooms, stunning kitchen
lRocking-chair front porch and peaceful, screened-in back porch
lThe Greenbrier
Value: $6,000
Art Miles Murals for International Art Miles
American Heart Association Go Red for Women
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