The SARAH Gala
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Celebrating SARAH’s Stars
Our Participants
Our Donors
Our Supporters
SARAH is a Family of Agencies that provides programs
and services for people with intellectual and other disabilities who live in Connecticut.
SARAH is dedicated to the proposition that people with
disabilities deserve to experience life’s joys; learn, work
and accomplish all they can; and participate as valued
members of the community.
You can help us to make independence possible.
A Gift Worth Giving
Funding the SARAH Endowment
The SARAH Endowment Fund is a special opportunity
for you to make a lasting contribution to SARAH
now and in generations to come.
The SARAH Gala
Annual Dinner & Auction
The SARAH Gala
5:30 PM
The SARAH Gala
Annual Dinner & Auction
Celebrating SARAH’s Stars
Our Participants, Donors & Supporters
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Cocktail hour
Silent Auction open
7:15 PM
7:30 PM
Silent Auction Closes
Dinner served
8:00 PM
8:30 PM
Live Auction with Tom Gagliardi, Jr.
9:30 PM
Kiki & Ted Kennedy, Jr. - Honorary Co-Chairs
Amy Jensen & Pam Wilson - Gala Co-Chairs
Jocelyn Maminta - Host
Tom Gagliardi, Jr. - Auctioneer
Benefiting the SARAH Family of Agencies
SARAH Foundation, SARAH Inc.,
The SARAH Gala 2013 Sponsors
The SARAH Gala 2013 Sponsors
Gold Sponsor
Bronze Sponsor
Bishop’s Orchards Farm Market & Winery
Drs. Tom and Lori Richardson
Café Routier - Brian and Kerrie Parri
Claudia Buzzi and Pietro DeCamilli
Corner Properties
Daniel T. Cosgrove
Cosgrove Construction Co.
Dan, Mark and James Cosgrove and Susan Barnes
Duncan Ebersol and Susan Saint James / Betty Ebersol Foundation
Enterprise Fleet Management
Kristen and Johan Eveland
First Niagara
Robert B. Fitch, Jr.
Guilford Funeral Home and the Sullivan Family
Guilford Savings Bank
Hinckley, Allen & Snyder, LLP
Honeywell Fire Solutions Group
Kiki and Ted Kennedy, Jr.
Lifetime Care At Home
Madison Rotary
Marcum LLP
Root, Borajkiewicz & Associates - Ameriprise Financial
The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven
Tower Laboratories LTD
Barry and Carolyn Wolff
Yale-New Haven Hospital
Silver Sponsor
Making Independence Possible
Althea, Peter and Alex Higgins
East Commerce Solutions, Inc.
Peg and Harry Hampton
The Seedlings Foundation
Shore Publishing
Buck and Pam Wilson
Keep community support in your community.
Donate your unwanted car to SARAH.
By helping us, you help others!
All proceeds support SARAH’s award winning programs for Connecticut children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
Call 203.453.6531
to donate or for additional information
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The SARAH Gala 2013 Sponsors
Program Listing
Dime Bank
Essex Savings Bank
Liberty Lagana - In memory of Chris DeMoch
Mutual of America
People’s United Insurance Agency
Tzedakah House
Bob and Lee Adrian
James P. Cantey
Marjorie Cohen
Connecticut Communications
Joseph and Barbara Connolly
Controlled Air, Inc.
Country Sanitation, Inc.
Dan Cuevas
Elm City Auto Wrecking, Inc.
Forzano Brothers LLC
Fusco Corporation
George J. Nowak & Company - David L. Nowak, C.P.A.
Robert A. Gollnick, CPA
Guilmartin, DiPiro & Sokolowski, LLC
Evelyn Haley
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hartmann, Sr.
KMK Insulation, Inc.
Barbara Kuziel
Madison Investment Company
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mirakian
Mary E. Moore
North Branford Dental Group
Geoffrey Palmer
Ralph and Barbara Rotermund
John and Marie Sanders
Program Ad
A R Mazzotta Employment Specialists
American Polyfilm, Inc.
William Belenardo, CPA, LCC
Branhaven Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram
Christian & Gretchen in memory of Stephen Holthausen
The Advisors’ Academy LLC
The Knightsbridge Co.
Doctors Matthew E. Elgart and Edward F. Pinn
Towne Pharmacy
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Program Listing, cont’d
Sweitzer Waste Removal
Robert and Jean Tamborello
Total Electric, Inc.
Gordon Turnbull
The Walker Group
Branford Veterinary Hospital LLC
John and Diane Ferretti
Art and Bernadette Gilbert
Arthur H. Knowlton, M.D.
Robert J. Laccone
Noille and Daniel Nichols
Tom Pullman
SARAH Foundation Board of Directors
SARAH Inc. Board of Directors
SARAH SENECA Board of Directors
SARAH Tuxis Board of Directors
Karen Schneider
Willis of Connecticut
Michael Yeh
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Kathy Crockett
Steve Depino Photography
Tom Gagliarti, Jr.
How grateful we are
for the magic of SARAH,
as we celebrate
Alex’s many successes!
Pete and Althea Higgins
Jocelyn Maminta
Royal Printing
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Auction Item Donors
Auction Item Donors
”But a Dream” Custom Cakes
Christine Blumberg
Guilford Art Center
New York Giants
A Friend of SARAH
Christine Chiocchio
Guilford Optical Shoppe
New York Jets
AMF Old Saybrook
Christopher’s Salon
Gretchen Holthausen
New York Yankees
Anderson Brothers
Claire’s Corner Copia
Hilary Griffin
Newport ART museum
Anna’s Temptations
Clinton Country Club
Hill-stead Museum
Norman Rockwell Museum
Colleen Smith
Holland and Sons Plumbing
One Pearl
Ballroom Dancin Fools
Connecticut Science Center
Pasta Avest
Bar Restaurant
Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo
Pat Anderson
Barbara Adams
Cranmore Mountain Resort
Janet Rood
Pat Bourne
Barbara Vietzke
Cross Avocations - Nancy Skowronek
JC & Me
Personal Training Institute
Basketball Hall of Fame
Cynthia’s Flower Shop
Jeff and Lee Beatty
Pete and Casey Smith
David Knapp
Jen Conroy Designs
Phyllis Bevington
Beth Markiewicz
Debbie Orlando
Jennie Fresa Makeup and Skincare
Planet Fitness - Branford
Betty Ann Donegan
Deborah Staub Luft
John Perry
Deke’s Solid Wood Furniture
Jolie Boutique
Progressions a salon
Bill Datre
Just Hatched
Purple Bear
Bishop’s Orchard Farm Market and
Diana Panagrossi
KC’s Pub
Quail Run Studios
Discovery Museum and Planetarium
R. J. Julia Booksellers
Bob Chayrigues
Dr. Wes Vietzke
Kimberly Boutique
Bob Laccone
East River Energy
Klein’s Golf Range
Rhode Island School of Design
Eileen Clark
Kristin Holland
Ritual’s Spa
Boston Red Sox
Elizabeth Boyd
Laurel van Wilgen
Robert A. Gollnick, CPA
Branford Cross-Fit
Elizabeth Santoro
Leo and Barbara MacDonald
Robinson Flight
Brenda Kimball Newbegin
Ella – where She shops
Lori Richardson
Ron Rose
Bridgeport Bluefish
Essex Steam Train
Luigi’s Restaurant
Rumanoff’s Fine Jewelry and Design
BSK Design at Chroma Gallery
Lyman Orchards Golf Club
RX Fitness
C&G Unparalled Apparel in Chester
Farrell’s Garden
Lynn’s Deli
Sachem Card & Party Shop
Café Allegre
Field House Farm, LLC
Madison Avenue
Sandra Kensler
Carol Fox
Florence Griswold Museum
Maggie’s of Madison
SARAH Foundation
Carol Robertson
Flowers on the Green
Mango’s Restaurant Bar & Grill
Carol’s Creations
Mary Americo
Carrie Fisher
Forte’s Market
Mary Beeman
Caseus Fromagerie
Francis Malbone House Inn
mine O mine
Sarah’s Nail Nook
Catherine Caulfield Russell
Mohegan Sun
Saybrook Point Inn and Spa
Catherine Jackson
Franco’s Discount Wine and Liquor
Mt Carmel Wine & Spirits
Sherry Marlowe
Charlotte Meyer
Fred and Linda Vigorito
Mystic Seaport
Shoreline Wine Merchants
Children’s Museum of
Southeastern Connecticut
Fuzion Medical Aesthetic Boutique
Naples Pizza
SHRED Spinning and Training
Gloria Nilsson
Chip’s Pub III
Nancy Bonsall
Simple Pleasures
Goodfellas Restaurant
New Haven Symphony Orchestra
Sound Lighting and Design
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Auction Item Donors
Star Fish Market
Susan Balch
Vera Wolf
Taken for Granite
Vineyard Vines
The Michele Team
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
The “New” Children’s Museum
Walker Loden
The Place
Water’s Edge Resort and Spa
The Preservation Society of Newport
We Are the Ones - Wellness and Coaching
The Rigney Family
The Village Chocolatier
White House Florist
The Yarn Basket
Whole Ball of Yarn
Tom Pullman
Yale University
The SARAH Foundation Mission Statement
SARAH Foundation, Inc. raises funds to support the goals and activities of
the SARAH agencies by growing the Foundation’s endowment and allocating all donations in accordance with the wishes of the donors.
2013 Foundation Board of Directors
Tracy Brent Collections
Linda Vigorito,
F. Perry (Buck) Wilson
Connor Dolan,
Vice President
CJ Griffith
Althea Higgins
Claudia Buzzi
Timothy Jensen,
Kimberly Malcolm
Jim Miller,
Lisa Miksis
Alison Sommers
George Sullivan, III
Janet Terribile
Tricia Bohan Photography
Fred Brisbois, SARAH Inc. Board Representative
Shelley Gullette, SARAH Tuxis Board Representative
Committee & Volunteers
Co-Chairs: Amy Jensen and Pam Wilson
Associate Board Members
Michael Brooder
Mike Haggerty, Outgoing President
Barbara Adams
Amy Jensen
Ellen Nixon
Mary Americo
Jane Katz
Terry O’Hara
Meg Barber
Lydia Williams Keller
Amelia Orlando
Melissa Beiner
Jim Lamb
Debbie Orlando
Pat Bourne
Regina Leadem
Janie Patrick
Mike Boyd
Jane LaPrino
Denise Rose
Karen Cole
Barbara MacDonald
Laurel van Wilgen
Denise Rose, Executive Director
Connor Dolan
Beth Markiewicz
Linda Vigorito
Laurel van Wilgen, Special Events Manager
Patty Goldfeder
Kathleen McAuley
Lydia Williams Keller
Beth Markiewicz, Development Associate
Guilford Saving Bank
Auction Team
Jamie McKeon
Buck Wilson
Marcia Munson, Bookkeeper
Duffy Mudry
Pam Wilson
Joe Vidal, SARAH’s Cupboard Manager
Catherine Jackson
Marcia Munson
Margaret Livingston
Janie Patrick
Shelley Sprague
Foundation Staff
Georgia Payne, Darlene Gunn, Barbara Holmes, SARAH’s Cupboard
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Honorary Chairman
Honorary Chairwoman
Edward M. Kennedy, Jr.
Katherine Gershman Kennedy
Entrepreneur, Healthcare Attorney and
Advocate for People with Disabilities
Ted Kennedy, Jr. is the president and cofounder of the Marwood Group, a healthcare focused financial services firm with
offices in New York City, Washington, D.C.,
and London. Kennedy advises asset managers, hospitals, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies on the
market trends, reimbursement and regulatory issues facing those industries.
Previously, Mr. Kennedy served as an Associate and later as Counsel to the law firm of
Wiggin & Dana located in New Haven, CT.
Mr. Kennedy’s health law practice focused primarily on state and federal
regulatory and reimbursement issues affecting hospitals, home care agencies, long-term care providers, physicians, and mental health providers. In
addition, Mr. Kennedy served as Director of Legal and Regulatory Affairs
at the Connecticut Hospital Association, counseling acute care providers
and policy-makers on a wide variety of emerging health care issues.
Mr. Kennedy has also been an active leader in the civil rights movement for
persons with disabilities. In his disability law practice, he advised companies about how to best expand opportunities for persons with disabilities
and how to avoid liability under the Americans with Disabilities Act. He
continues to serve on the corporate and advisory boards of numerous disability organizations and lectures nationwide on topics relating to health
and disability law. Mr. Kennedy received an undergraduate degree from
Wesleyan University, a master’s degree from Yale University’s School of
Forestry and Environmental Studies, and a law degree from the University
of Connecticut School of Law.
Katherine Gershman Kennedy graduated
from Brown University, where she received
her Bachelor of Science in Psychology in
1980. She received her M.D. from the
University of Connecticut School of Medicine in 1986 and completed her residency
in Psychiatry at Yale University in 1990.
She completed a one-year fellowship at Yale
University specializing in psychotherapy in
As an Assistant Clinical Professor at
Yale University, Dr. Kennedy supervises
residents and teaches psychotherapy. She also sees patients in her private
psychiatry practice in New Haven, Connecticut.
Dr. Kennedy is on the Board of Trustees of several non-profit organizations. She is on the Executive Board of the Austen Riggs Institute, a
nonprofit psychiatric hospital in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. She is also on
the Board of Connecticut Fund for the Environment, a nonprofit environmental organization that focuses on the protection of Connecticut’s environment and Long Island Sound. She is also on the Board of the International Festival of Arts and Ideas, a nonprofit organization that presents an
annual international arts festival in New Haven in order to build community and advance economic development. Finally, she is a member of the
Development Committee of the WSHU Public Radio Group, a non-profit
service organization that broadcasts NPR News, local reporting, classical
music, and cultural programming in shoreline Connecticut and Eastern
Long Island.
Dr. Kennedy, who goes by “Kiki,” grew up in Stamford, Connecticut, and
currently resides in Branford, Connecticut with her husband, Ted Kennedy,
Jr. and their children, Kiley and Teddy.
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Live Auction Items
Walk “Handsome Dan” on the sidelines at a Yale football game. Four
general admission tickets, three side-line passes – a great family experience and photo op!
Starting Bid: $250
Two tickets for great seats in Yankee Stadium just left of home plate as
the New York Yankees play the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday, June 4
at 7:05 p.m.
Starting Bid: $500
Signature CSX-36 Diamond watch with Diamond Dial and Garnet Alligator Band.
Donated by Rumanoff’s Fine Jewelry, Hamden and the Michele Team.
Starting Bid: $1100
Tracy Brent Collections invites you and 12-16 of your friends for an
evening of celebration. As the hostess you invite your friends to Tracy
Brent Collections, Guilford. Tracy provides hors d’oeuvres and beverages as well as professional wardrobe consultants to assist the ladies in
an evening of shopping. The hostess receives a $50 gift certificate to
be used in the store the evening of the event. All guests receive a 20%
discount on full price clothing. Expires 7/15/13.
Starting Bid: $400
The UCONN Women finished their season in perfect style: an eighth
National Championship. Show your spirit with this special souvenir.
Starting Bid: $300
Live Auction Items
This “Experience Newport” Package includes:
• Two nights at the historic Francis Malbone House
(Sunday – Thursday, May 15, 2013 - October 15, 2014 in the
Newport Rooms)
• A bottle of Newport Vineyards wine upon arrival
• A cheese and fruit platter prepared especially for you
• A pair of tickets good for admission into any Newport Mansion
operated by the Preservation Society
• One-hour sail aboard the “Sightsailer” on Narragansett Bay
(May - October)
• An informative tour around Ocean Avenue in a private town car
• A $75 gift certificate toward dinner at one of three restaurants
(Bouchard’s, White Horse Tavern or Mama Luisa Restaurant)
Donated by the SARAH Foundation Board of Directors
Added to the package are two passes to an additional Newport Mansion operated by the Preservation Society.
Donated by the Preservation Society of Newport County
Starting Bid: $1000
Kebabian’s Oriental Rugs has been providing the best hand-knotted
Oriental rugs and carpets to our area since 1882. They take pride in
providing only the best rugs and carpets from all over the world. Owner
John P. Kebabian selected this magnificent Pakistani 3’2” x 5’ rug just for
the SARAH Gala. It was made in Sialkot, Pakistan with 100% worsted
New Zealand wool.
Starting Bid: $1200
Show your love with this 18K white gold pendant necklace with an approximate total carat weight of 0.25.
Starting Bid: $800
Live Auction Items
Host an intimate group gathering for eight in one of the Shoreline’s most
beautiful natural settings. Your table, set with linens and china, will
overlook the pond in one of Bishop’s own orchards. The meal will be an
experience of amazing culinary delights created by La Cuisine’s expert
culinary team. This four-course extravaganza will feature seasonal local ingredients – many harvested right from Bishop’s fields. Wine will
be served with the meal. Gather your closest foodie friends for this
unique and delicious experience during the peak farming months of
June, July or August 2013. Your experience will be staffed by a family
member from both Bishop’s and La Cuisine, who will guide you through
their history of farm and food.
Starting Bid: $300
Sail off into the sunset with Captain Bob Milne on the Volsunga IV for a
two-hour weekend evening cruise complete with a catered meal from
La Cuisine, Branford, and a case of wine. This memorable trip will accommodate twenty people. Bon Voyage!
Donated by the SARAH Tuxis Board of Directors
Starting Bid: $500
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Congratulations to
SARAH’s Shining Stars
and to the
dedicated SARAH staff
who help them live up to
their highest potential.
Pam and Buck Wilson
Honeywell Life Safety Is Proud to
Support the SARAH Foundation
About Our Company
Honeywell Life Safety is a leading manufacturer of
commercial fire systems, smoke detectors and devices,
gas detection sensors, home healthcare monitoring
products as well as personal protective equipment. Our
quality products, integrated system solutions and
services make life safer, more comfortable, more secure
and more productive in every corner of the world.
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Madison Rotary Club
Thank you to all our SARAH Stars
and your continued success!
Daniel T. Cosgrove
Bronze Sponsor
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Cosgrove Construction Co.
Dan, Mark and James Cosgrove
and Susan Barnes
Are proud to support SARAH’s
good work in our community
Staying True To
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opportunity for you to make a lasting contribution
to SARAH now and in generations to come.
A Gift Worth Giving
Funding the SARAH Endowment
A world of thanks to the Staff
& Volunteers of the SARAH
Your ongoing efforts on behalf
of the wonderful individuals
supported by SARAH SENECA
are truly appreciated.
With gratitude,
The Board of Directors, Staff & Individuals of
SARAH SENECA Residential Services, Inc.
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Silent Auction Rules
1. A bid number registered in your name will be issued to you and posted on
the back of your program. Please use only the bid number assigned to you.
Connected with our community.
Hinckley, Allen & Snyder is committed to making a difference through
service, support and representation of non-profit and other
community organizations whose missions encourage positive change.
Supporting SARAH, Inc.
A resource for families in our community
2. Each item in the Silent Auction has a bid sheet. Persons desiring to bid on
an item should write their bid number next to their desired bid amount.
Starting bids may not be altered, or bid will be invalid. The highest valid bid
will constitute the winner of the item. Bids must be raised by $10 increments
unless noted.
3. No bids will be accepted after the auction closing is announced. All items
must be paid for by the end of the Gala evening. Purchases may be paid
by cash, check, Visa, MasterCard or American Express. All items must be
removed the evening of the auction, unless other arrangements have been
4. By participating in the Silent Auction, each bidder recognizes and agrees that
neither the SARAH Foundation, nor any of its agencies, can be held responsible, nor anyone who assists in the conduct of this auction shall be liable for
any occurrence resulting from use of auctioned items or services.
5. The SARAH Foundation warrants neither the quality nor the value of items
or services auctioned. All items are sold in “as is” condition and “with all
its faults.” Dollar values are estimated provided by the donor, and are not
warrants for tax purposes or as an indication of market value.
6. Gift certificates must be presented to the donor in order to claim goods and/
or services. Neither SARAH nor the donor is responsible for lost or stolen
gift certificates; replacements will not be issued. Gift certificates are for the
use at the named establishments only. For each auction item donated by a
restaurant, alcoholic beverages, gratuity, and taxes are the sole responsibility
of the winner. The winner is responsible for making reservations, which are
subject to availability.
7. Unless otherwise specified by the donor, all auction items and services must
be used by May 1, 2014. The dates and times of mutual convenience should
be arranged between the auction donor and the successful bidder. Winners
are bound by restrictions specified by donors.
Live-in care, personal care, homemaking & medication supervision
8. All sales are final and binding; no refunds will be made. No items can be
exchanged or returned to donor for cash or credit.
Affiliate of VNA Community Healthcare
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Silent Auction Items
100. Silver Taffeta Jean-style Jacket (Size Medium, washable)
Donated by Rarities, Madison
Value: $185
101. African Bead Chalcedony Necklace with dyed turquoise
Donated by Charlotte Meyer Designs, Old Lyme
Value: $150
102. Pink Pearl and Polished Quartz Bead Necklace (16”)
Donated by Kristin Holland
Value: $75
103. Black Lava Bead Necklace (70”) with one large white pearl
and sterling silver clasp
Donated by One Pearl, Farmington
Value: $95
104. Turquoise, Pearl and Crystal Necklace (25”)
Donated by Bella Perlina, Madison
Value: $160
105. Amethyst Necklace (36”) with one large while pearl,
sterling silver clasp and matching pearl earrings
Donated by One Pearl, Farmington
Value: $205
106. Beach Chair Tie
Donated by Vineyard Vines
Value: $75
107. Fish Hook Tie
Donated by Vineyard Vines
Value: $75
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108. Carved bone flower and beads necklace (24”)
Donated by Cross Avocations.
Value: $50
109. Glass pendant with green and navy crystal beads
Donated by Cross Avocations.
Value: $45
110. Seaglass, crystal and turquoise necklace with
coordinating seaglass earrings
Donated by Eileen Clark, Odonata Seaglass Creations
Value: $102
111. Hand-crafted sterling silver necklace and earrings set
with blue quartz
Donated by Vera Wolf
Value: $146
112. $250 Gift Certificate to Possessions, Branford
Value: $250
113. Amethyst pendant with florite beads on wire (20”)
Donated by Cross Avocations
Value: $75
114. Hand-textured sterling silver disc and pearl earrings
Donated by Mary Americo
Value: $100
115. Dichroic fused glass pendant and post earrings
Donated by BSK Design @ Chroma Gallery, Guilford
Value: $100
116. Glass flower pendant with crystal beads
Donated by Cross Avocations
Value: $45
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117. Silver bracelet with aqua and clear glass beads
Donated by a Friend of SARAH
Value: $46
118. Handcrafted rhinestone and silver necklace
and drop earrings
Jen Conroy Designs, Madison
Value: $80
119. Sunglasses – unisex aviator style UV protected
ophthalmic quality
Donated by Guilford Optical Shoppe
Value: $170
120. Sunglasses – Wiley X Filter 8 polarized lenses
and climate control gaskets
Donated by Shoreline Eye Associates, Guilford
Value: $150
121. Silk Scarf and $50 Gift Certificate
Donated by C & G, Chester
Value: $95
122. Hand-knit Ruffle Scarf
Donated by a Friend of SARAH
Value: $25
123. Turquoise Crystal Necklace (five strands)
Donated by a Friend of SARAH
Value: $100
124. Funky Glass Bead Necklace (16”)
Donated by a Friend of SARAH
Value: $75
125. LaCoste Watch (Unisex)
Donated by a Friend of SARAH
Value: $75
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126. Coordinating Hand-knit Shawl and Felted Handbag
Donated by Nancy Bonsall and Wilhelmina de Jongh, Whole Ball of
Yarn, Madison
Value: $125
127. “Big Buddha” Bag
Donated by Carol’s Creations, Guilford
Value: $90
128. Handcrafted Necklace by THE QUEEN BEE d
Donated by Diana Panagrossi
Value: $150
151. “Lost in the Woods” Oil Painting
Donated by the artist, Clare Robertson
Value: $120
152. “Golden Pond’ Giclee Print
Donated by the artist, Catherine Caulfield Russell
Value: $100 153. “Fields with Distant Hills” Oil Painting
Donated by the artist, Phyllis Bevington
Value: $250
154. “Shawl and Shells” Pencil and Watercolor
Donated by the artist, Janet Rood
Value: $95
155. “View from Lyme Museum” Watercolor
Donated by the artist, Pat Anderson
Value: $100
156. “The Portland Head Light” Print
Donated by the artist, Hillary Griffen
Value: $90 Silent Auction Items
157. “Valley View” Pastel
Donated by the artist, Sherry Marlowe
Value: $150
158. Two Framed Photographs of Newport, RI
Photographer: Terry Olson
Donated by Pat Bourne
Value: $100
159. “Still Life with Apples” Acrylic Painting
Donated by the artist, Elizabeth Boyd
Value: $200
160. “Lemons on Cutting Board” Pastel
Donated by the artist, Gloria Nilsson
Value: $375
161. “Street Vendor, NYC” Oil Painting
Donated by the artist, Sandra Kinsler
Value: $125 162. “Adirondack Lake” oil on canvas (34 ½” x 25”)
Donated by the artist, Dr. Wes Vietzke
Value: $150
163. “Buoys” oil on canvas (22” x 32”)
Donated by the artist, Dr. Wes Vietzke
Value: $150
164. Tricia Bohan Photography: Sitting and one 8 x 10 print
Donated by Tricia Bohan Photography, Branford
Value: $275
165. “Evermore” acrylic on canvas (10 x 10)
Donated by the artist, John Perry
Value: $100
Silent Auction Items
166. “On the Canal – Venice” Two framed photographs
(21 ½” x 17 ½”)
Donated by the photographer, Barbara Vietzke
Value: $150
200. Essential Pepin cookbook signed by the author
Donated by Debbie Orlando
Value: $40
201. Valdo Numero 10 Prosecco –
A very special bottle of wine not available in the US
Donated by Shoreline Wine Merchants, Guilford
Value: $130
202. Indulge in this Gift Basket from the Village Chocolatier
Donated by the Village Chocolatier on the Guilford Green
Value: $100
203. Get a new look (shampoo, cut, blow dry)
Donated by JC + Me, Guilford
Value $50
Then have Lunch for Four next door at Anna’s Temptations
Donated by Anna’s Temptations, Guilford
Value: $100
204. International sampling of wine (twelve bottles)
Donated by Franco’s Discount Wine and Liquor Outlet
Value: $120
205. Custom designed celebration cake of your choice
Feeds 30-40 people
Donated by But a Dream Custom Cakes, Guilford
Value: $250
Silent Auction Items
206. Three New Haven Eateries: Claire’s Corner Copia, BAR
and Caseus Fromagerie and Bistro
Claire has donated a Box of Love including a t-shirt, mugs, and a copy
of Welcome to Claire’s. There is a $50 gift certificate for BAR. Caseus
offers a certificate for a cheese board and two glasses of wine. We’ve
added a copy of the Caseus Cookbook.
Donated by Claire’s Corner Copia:
Value: $50
BAR:Value: $50
Caseus Fromagerie and Bistro:
Value: $35
207. Plan Ahead: Reserve a pasture fed and organically raised
Heritage turkey for Thanksgiving
Donated by Field House Farm, LLC, Madison
Value: Approximately $40
208. A Case of Robert Mondavi 2010 Wine: Six bottles of Fume
Blanc and Six bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon
Donated by Ron Rose
Value: $180
209. Host a Memorial Day Picnic for Twelve
(must be used Memorial Day Weekend 2013)
Includes: Herb Roasted Chicken, Hummel Hot Dogs, Black Angus
Hamburger, Hot Dog and Hamburger Rolls, Lettuce, Tomato, Cheese,
Pickles, Ketchup, Mustard, Relish, Dijon New Potato Salad, Cole
Slaw, Baked Beans, Corn on the Cob, Fudge Brownies and Watermelon. (All meat is uncooked)
Donated by Lynn’s Deli, Branford
Value: $300
210. Dine at Home Restaurant ($30 gift certificate) and
Relax with a Cranio-sacral Massage
Donated by Home Restaurant, Branford and Elizabeth Santoro,
Value: $105
Silent Auction Items
211. Wine Basket Filled With Wine, Glasses and
a Bottle Opener and Cheese Board
Donated by Colleen, Ed and Edward Smith
Value: $250
212. Brunch for Two at Water’s Edge Resort
Donated by Water’s Edge Resort and Spa, Westbrook
Value: $85
213. Wine Tasting in Your Home
Enjoy a presentation of fine wines in your New Haven County home
for up to 10 people. Mt. Carmel Wine and Spirits will select the
wines and guide the tasting experience for you and your guests.
Donated by Mt. Carmel Wine and Spirits, Hamden
Value: $500
214. Dinner and Dessert
Serve a wonderful meal with this Forte’s Market gift certificate ($50)
and a gift certificate for a dozen cupcakes at Sugar Bakery ($30)
Donated by Forte’s Market, Guilford and a Friend of SARAH
Value: $80
215. The Masterbuilt Propane Turkey Fryer and a
$250 Gift Card for Stop & Shop
There’s plenty of time to experiment before Thanksgiving; the fryer
can also boil lobster for your summer fun.
Donated by the SARAH SENECA Board of Directors
Value: $315
216. Wine and Caviar
The wine carrier includes lovely caviar and two selections of wine:
Acacia Pinot Noir 2009 and Pighin Pinot Grigio 2011
Donated by Linda Vigorito
Value: $60
217. Case of White Wines
Twelve bottles of white wine from around the world.
Donated by the SARAH, Inc. Board of Directors
Value: $200
Silent Auction Items
218. Wine for a Party
Six bottles of Ampakama Syrah 2009 from Argentina and six bottles
of Santa Ema Carmenere 2010 from Chile.
Donated by the SARAH, Inc. Board of Directors
Value: $200
219. Fill your liquor cabinet (Set #1)
Four bottles of liquor and four bottles of wine.
Donated by the SARAH, Inc. Board of Directors
Value: $150
220. Fill your liquor cabinet (Set #2)
Six bottles of liquor and two bottles of wine.
Donated by the SARAH, Inc. Board of Directors
Value: $125
221. BAR Gift Certificate ($50) and two bottles of wine
Donated by BAR Restaurant, New Haven
Value: $85
300. Explore a Variety of Museums
Package includes: 2 passes to the Norman Rockwell Museum (Stockbridge, MA), 4 general admission tickets to Wadsworth Atheneum
(Hartford), 2 passes to The Hill-Stead Museum (Farmington), general
admission for 4 adults and 4 children at The Newport Art Museum,
a family pass and catalogue to the Rhode Island School of Design
Museum (Providence), and 4 passes plus a tote bag from the Florence
Griswold Museum, Old Lyme.
Donated by the museums
Value: $325
301. Family Outings
Package includes: 4 one-day passes to the Children’s Museum of SE
CT (Niantic), 4 tickets to the CT Science Center (Hartford), one family pass to the Discovery Museum and Planetarium (Bridgeport), and
a family 4-pack admission to The “New” Children’s Museum (West
Value: $273
Silent Auction Items
302. Café Allegre Gift Certificate ($50) and
2 tickets to an R.J. Julia in-store event
Donated by Café Allegre, Madison and R.J. Julia Booksellers, Madison
Value: $60
303. Jolie Boutique Gift Certificate ($25) and
Pasta Avest Gift Certificate ($25)
Donated by Jolie Boutique, Madison, and Pasta Avest, Guilford
Value: $50
304. KC’s Pub Gift Certificate ($50) and
4 tickets to R.J. Julia In-store Event
Donated by KC’s Pub, Guilford and R.J. Julia Bookstore, Madison
Value: $70
305. Sail Aboard the “Windchime”
Enjoy a day sail for four on this 28’ cabin sailboat with David Knapp.
Donated by David Knapp
Value: Priceless
306. Essex Steam Train and Boat Ride (2 adults & 2 children)
and $25 Gift Certificate at Luigi’s Restaurant
Donated by Essex Steam Train and Luigi’s, Old Saybrook
Value: $111
307. Three Private 30 Minute Ballroom Dance Lessons
and Gift Certificate ($25) to Ballou’s Wine Bar
Donated by Ballroom Dancin Fools, Branford and Ballou’s, Branford
and Guilford
Value: $160
308. An Evening in East Haddam:
A Gift Certificate ($50) for dinner at The Gelston House and Two
Tickets to “Hello Dolly” on Saturday, June 29, 2013 at Goodspeed
Opera House
Donated by Barbara and Leo MacDonald
Value: $200
Silent Auction Items
309. Watch a live taping of “The Better CT Show” at WFSB
Taping is 10-11 a.m. on a date to be agreed upon.
Donated by WFSB-CT Channel 3, Rocky Hill
Value: Priceless
310. Bridgeport Family Fun:
A family four-pack of reserved tickets for one game this season (2013)
at Harbor Yard and four passes to Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo
Donated by The Bridgeport Bluefish & CT’s Beardsley Zoo, Bridgeport
Value: $128
311. Three in One:
Gift Certificate for Ballou’s Wine Bar ($25), Gift Certificate for Star
Fish Market ($25), and five tickets to an R.J. Julia in-store event.
Donated by Ballou’s, Guilford and Branford, Star Fish Market,
Guilford, and R.J. Julia’s Bookstore, Madison
Value: $75
312. Discover Flight Lesson:
Take the controls and fly with an instructor with this introductory
flight lesson.
Donated by Robinson Flight, East Haven
Value: $190
313. Explore your creativity:
One Free Class in 2013 at the Guilford Art Center
Donated by the Guilford Art Center
Value: $300
314. Knit and Purl: Three skeins of beautiful Noro Wool Yarn
and a Noro Pattern book
Donated by The Yarn Basket, Branford
Value: $80
Silent Auction Items
315. Vacation in St. Thomas Virgin Islands,
the week of November 9-16, 2013
One bedroom villa located at Bluebeard’s Castle, Charlotte Amalie
sleeps four, has a partial kitchen and two balconies. Pool, tennis
courts and restaurants on site. Day sails, snorkeling, island tours, golf,
charter fishing and power boat rentals available.
Donated by Susan Balch
Value: $500
316. Visit Mystic Seaport
Guest passes for two adult admissions.
Donated by Mystic Seaport
Value: $48
317. Cranmore Mountain Resort:
Four value pass tickets for Summer 2013
The resort offers a variety of outdoor activities including mini-golf,
the Mountain Coaster, Summer Tubing, Four Plex Trampoline, Scenic Chair Lift and Summit Hike, and an 18 Hole Disc Golf Course.
(Sunday through Friday only)
Donated by Cranmore Mountain Resort, North Conway, NH
Value: $156
318. Two tickets for a New Haven Symphony Orchestra Concert
& $25 Gift Certificate to Goodfellas Restaurant
Good for the 2013-2014 season at Woolsey Hall.
Donated by the New Haven Symphony Orchestra and Goodfellas,
New Haven
Value: $163
319. One week’s stay on the beach in Maine
A quintessential New England family vacation home located on the
beach at Goose Bay Rocks in Kennebunkport, Maine. Room for
up to 10 people in a comfortable two-story house with a beautiful
screened porch. Enjoy up to one week’s stay upon mutual agreement
with the owner
(May 9 – June 15, 2013 OR September 16, 2013 – June 14, 2014 only)
Donated by the Rigney Family.
Value: Priceless!
Silent Auction Items
320. Recording session at Quail Run Studios
This recording session includes up to four hours of studio time plus
mixing and mastering to create an audio CD. Bring friends or family
or encourage a promising vocalist or musician to come to this private,
state-of-the-art recording studio. The recording artist(s) will receive
10 copies of the CD.
Donated by Quail Run Studios, Madison
Value: $500
321. Two all-weekend passes to the
2013 Hot Steamed Jazz Festival in Essex
June 21-23 and dinner for two at Season’s Buffet at Mohegan Sun.
Donated by Fred and Linda Vigorito and Mohegan Sun, Uncasville
Value: $340
322. Two Hours of Free Bowling for up to 20 People
Includes Bowling Shoes—Expires August 31, 2013
Donated by AMF Old Saybrook
Value: $150
323. Four Painting Classes at Stony Creek Studios
Wednesday Evenings, 7:00-9:00PM. Supplies included.
Adult beginners are welcome.
Donated by Christine Chiocchio
Value: $250
400. Beach colors table runner (21 x 35, cotton, machine washable)
and Shell Wreath
Donated by Barbara Adams and Carol Fox
Value: $110
401. A Fragrant Twilight Vanilla Scented Set
Includes candle, diffuser, votive, and matches plus a gift certificate for
a manicure and assorted spa products
Donated by Taken for Granite, Branford, and Rituals Spa and Medical
Aesthetic Center, Guilford
Value: $165
Silent Auction Items
402. French Market Bag, hand-knit and felted wool, plus
What Chefs Feed Their Kids by Fanae Aaron
Donated by Barbara Adams
Value: $75
403. Landscape Lighting Design:
A site visit consultation and landscape lighting layout plus one solid
bronze landscape light.
Donated by Sound Lighting and Design, Branford
Value: $365
404. Gift Certificate ($50) for Walker Loden, hand-made basket,
a pair of bright and beautiful throw pillows
Donated by Evergreen Craft Gallery, Guilford, and Walker Loden,
Value: $140
405. Handmade for your table:
A thrown stoneware bowl (oven/microwave/dishwasher safe) and a
set of four quilted placemats (machine washable).
Donated by Deborah Staub Pottery, Madison, and Barbara Adams
Value: $200
406. Caspari Rattan Tray with four Pallini napkins
and a pair of Caspari candles
Donated by Maggie’s of Madison
Value: $90
407. Flowers and Frame:
Large black frame (19” x 23”) for you to fill with your choice of art and
a Flowers on the Green Gift Certificate ($100).
Donated by Sachem Card and Party Shop, Guilford and Flowers on
the Green, Guilford
Value: $140
Silent Auction Items
408. Bake and Serve:
Hand-thrown Handled Stoneware Baking Dish (oven/microwave/
dishwasher safe) and Blueberry Table Runner (16 ¾” x 24 ½”) (machine washable.)
Donated by Deborah Staub Pottery, Madison and Barbara Adams
Value: $115
409. Have a portrait of your pet painted in watercolors
Winner needs to provide a few snapshots for this original piece, about
11 x 15” in size.
Donated by Mary E. Beeman, Guilford
Value: $300 unframed/$350 framed
410. Christmas Tree Topper
Donated by a Friend of SARAH
Value: $40
411. Keep warm with 100 gallons of home heating oil
Donated by East River Energy
Value: $390
412. One of those necessary things: one residential septic cleaning
(Branford, Guilford, or Madison only)
Donated by Anderson Brothers Septic Cleaning
Value: $150
413. Another essential service: One Plumbing Service Call
Donated by Holland and Sons Plumbing, Branford
Value: $150
414. Hand-crafted stool and $30 gift certificate to Details
Donated by Deke’s Solid Wood Furniture, Branford and Details,
Value: $125
415. Bose Sound Dock III
Donated by Bose
Value: $450
Silent Auction Items
416. Something special & beautiful just in time for Mother’s Day
Donated by Cynthia’s Flower Shop, Branford
Value: $85
417. Income Tax Preparation
Donated by Robert A. Gollnick, C.P.A.
500. Brunch and Brows
Experience brow styling with Jeannie Fresa and enjoy Brunch for two
at Saybrook Point Inn.
Donated by Jeannie Fresa Makeup and Skincare, Clinton and Saybrook Point Inn, Old Saybrook
Value: $92
501. Take time for yourself.
Haircut and Manicure/Pedicure at Christopher’s Salon
Donated by Christopher’s Salon, Guilford
Value: $154
502. Autographed copy of Shockaholic by Carrie Fisher
Donated by Carrie Fisher
Value: $22
503. Reiki Energy and Healing Session (75 minutes)
Donated by We Are the Ones – Wellness and Coaching, Madison
Value: $80
504. Urbane Salon Gift Certificate ($50)
and basket of beauty products
Donated by Urbane, Guilford
Value: $200
Silent Auction Items
505. Gifts and Glam – Wave Gallery Gift Certificate ($50)
and Haircut Gift Certificate
Donated by Wave, New Haven and Progressions – a Salon, Woodbridge
Value: $100
506. Fusion Medical Aesthetic Boutique Gift Certificate ($150)
Mango’s Bar & Grill Gift Certificate ($25)
Fusion Gift Certificate good toward any product or service.
Donated by Fusion, Branford and Mango’s, Branford
Value: $175
507. Madison Avenue Haircut and Manicure
Donated by Madison Avenue Salon, Madison
Value: $70
508. A Few of Our Favorite Things:
Guilford White House Florist Basket and Gift Certificate ($50),
Guilford Optical Gift Certificate ($50), Solavedi Hand and Body Lotion, and Sarah’s Nail Nook Gift Certificate ($40)
Donated by these Guilford merchants
Value: $175
600. Baby Shower Basket:
This basket includes three autographed Cat in the Hat books and
two other classics, a soft, cuddly blanket, picture frame, Lamaze tactile toy, and two Gender-neutral outfits (sized for birth to 3 months).
Donated by Linda Vigorito
Value: $80
601. For your Princess:
A super soft Princess Doll, The Fairy Princess by Julie Andrews and
Emma Walton, and a Gift Certificate ($25) for Just Hatched
Donated by Just Hatched, Guilford and Laurel van Wilgen
Value: $72
Silent Auction Items
602. Groovy Girls Gift Basket:
Two Groovy Girl Dolls, a Groovy Girls Design Your Own Patio Set, a
blanket, and a cuddly purple bear.
Donated by The Purple Bear, Guilford
Value: $98
603. Memory Game sewn with colorful fabrics plus
a photo album for Family and Friends
Donated by Barbara Adams
Value: $40
604. Vroom-vroom: Road Blox construction vehicles
and Lego ZipBin Toy Box and Playmat
Donated by Christine Blumberg
Value: $70
605. Pokemon. Lots of Pokemon Trading Cards
in these four games and two packages
Donated by Christine Blumberg
Value: $40
606. Fairy Princess Costume
Be ready for her next flight of fantasy play! Includes : crown, dress,
leotard, tights and ballet slippers. Created by the donor.
Donated by Shelley Sprague
Value: $50
700. Family Game Night:
For the kids, Treasure Hunt 5 Games in One; for the Adults, Sybarit,
a game challenging your knowledge of food, drinks, and etiquette.
Everyone will enjoy a large mozzarella pizza, too.
Donated by Christine Blumberg and Naples Pizza, Guilford
Value: $50
Silent Auction Items
701. A Personal Shopping Party at Ella – where She shops.
The winner will receive 30% off purchase and four guests 20% off
their purchase. Light refreshments will be served, and the store fashion consultants will be available to advise you and your guests.
Donated by Ella – where She shops, Guilford
Value: $225
702. Girls’ Night at Kimberly Boutique
Invite ten friends to join you for a Private shopping party. Enjoy 20%
off the entire store; cocktails and hors d’oevres will be served.
Donated by Kimberly Boutique, Guilford
Value: $200
703. Girls Night at Flutterby:
Gather from 5 to 10 ladies to shop “after hours” (5-7:30) at a 20%
discount. Wine and cheese will be served.
Donated by Flutterby, Guilford
Value: $200
800. Three Month Membership to Planet Fitness, Branford
Donated by Planet Fitness
Value: $99
801. A Fitness Consultation and Personal Training Session
For strength, flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance.
Donated by Arlene Goldman, Rx Fitness, Madison
And a Manicure/Pedicure
Donated by Simple Pleasures, Madison
Combined Value: $128
802. One Month Personal Training
3 times per week workout, nutrition counseling once a week.
Donated by Personal Training Institute, Guilford
Value: $403
Silent Auction Items
803. A three-month membership to In Shape Fitness Center
In Branford and North Haven, including all cardio + fitness equipment and all classes.
Donated by In Shape Fitness Center, Branford
Value: $225
804. Grace, God, and Glory, an autographed copy of the
book by gymnast Gabrielle Douglas
Donated by Beth Markiewicz
Value: $27
805. Three large baskets of balls at Kleins’ Golf &
Chips Pub III Gift Certificate
Practice your swing with three large baskets of balls at Kleins’ Golf
Range and get some food and refreshment with a $50 gift certificate
to Chip’s Pub III
Donated by Kleins’ Golf Range, Madison, and Chip’s Pub III, Clinton
Value: $75
806. Autographed photo of Shaquille O’Neal and a Basketball
Hall of Fame Buy One/Get One Admission Pass
Donated by MineOMine, Inc, FL and the Basketball Hall of Fame
Springfield, MA.
Value: $100
807. Faria Marine Depth Sounder
(1-61 meters, transom mounted transducer)
Donated by Bob Chayrigues
Value: $110
808. New York Jets replica football
With laser printed signatures of the 2012 team
Donated by the New York Jets
Value: $245
809. Experience gentle Hatha flow with ten class pass to beyoga,
Wed & Fri 9:15-10:15 a.m., Madison
Donated by Emily Swank
Value: $115
Silent Auction Items
810. Private Kripalu Yoga Sessions
Experience the benefits of Kripalu Yoga in the privacy of your home.
Three individual one-hour private lessons.
Donated by Catherine Jackson
Value: $150
811. Love those Red Sox!
Take home this Mike Napoli autographed baseball and go to the
game in Boston vs Toronto Bluejay’s – Sunday, June 30th at 1:35.
The pair of Loge Box seats are near the third base line and includes a
parking pass at the Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital Garage.
Donated by Jeff and Lee Beatty
Value: $350
812. Golf and Dinner:
Play a round of eighteen holes with carts at Lyman Orchards Golf
Club then enjoy dinner at The Place.
Donated by Lyman Orchards Golf Club, Middlefield, and The Place,
Value: $160
813. Branford Crossfit
One month free membership including the three-week introductory
course for beginners. (This is one of two packages.)
Donated by Branford Crossfit
Value: $99
814. Branford Crossfit
One month free membership including the three-week introductory
course for beginners. (This is the second package just like #813).
Donated by Branford Crossfit
Value: $99
815. 2012 New York Giants Collector’s Football
Embossed with team signatures
Donated by the New York Football Giants
Value: $150
Silent Auction Items
816. Golf and Dinner for Two at Clinton Country Club
with Pete and Casey Smith
Donated by Pete and Casey Smith
Value: Priceless
817. Golf Foursome at Clinton Country Club with Carts
Donated by Clinton Country Club
Value: $384
818. Mohammad Ali Print
Signed and framed includes Certificate of Authenticity.
Donated by Gretchen and Christian Holthausen
Value: $200
819. Joe Dimaggio Print
Signed and framed includes Certificate of Authenticity.
Donated by Gretchen and Christian Holthausen
820. Alex Rodriquez #13 Signed New York Yankees Jersey
Donated by Gretchen and Christian Holthausen
821. Four Pilates Classes at the Pilates Barn, Guilford, CT
Donated by Dr. Lori Richardson
Value: $200
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