Auction Weekend 2012 - Delaware County Christian School

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Auction Weekend 2012 - Delaware County Christian School
Auction Weekend 2012
Friday, May 11th & Saturday, May 12th
Delaware County Christian School welcomes you to the last auction event of its
15th Benefit Auction Year. DC held its first auction in 1989 and since that time this
Family Auction Weekend has become a very special tradition for our DC Family
and the community. This weekend has been made possible by the many people
who tirelessly volunteered their time, creativity and energy, and by all who agreed
to make a donation to DC. To each of you, a very special “thank you.”
Now, we give each of you attending this weekend a special opportunity to support
DC by bidding at the “Live Auction” as well as shopping at the Twice is Nice
Consignment sale, enjoying the game booths at the Children’s Fair and Silent
Auction and dining at the Auction Grille. Relax and have fun! Remember, it’s for
the school!
At DC, we believe in educating students who will serve God and impact the world
through biblical thought and action. The proceeds from this auction weekend will
be placed in our annual fund, The Fund for DC, which supports programs that
benefit all of our 765 students.
We invite you to browse, bid and buy! We have something for everyone…and
something for you!
Enjoy the weekend!
Russ Nixon
Director of Advancement
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DELAWARE COUNTY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
General Auction Rules
1. A Registration Number may be secured at the Registration/Cashier area. This will be
your bidding number.
2. All transactions will be recorded at the Cashiers Table.
3. Values are donor estimates only and do not necessarily represent certified appraisals.
The values are not guaranteed by DC for tax purposes or general value.
4. Unless otherwise specified, all auction items and services must be used within one year
of May 12, 2013. Dates and times should be arranged at mutual convenience of both
the buyer and the donor, unless stated otherwise.
5. Payment by the successful bidder may be made starting at 10:30 a.m. and continue
throughout the day at the Cashier’s Table. Buyers’ receipts for the live auction are
accumulated and paid together.
6. Payment may be made by cash, check or credit card. Checks should be made payable to
Delaware County Christian School in the full amount, except where arrangements have
to be made on items over $1,000. (See Russ Nixon).
7. ALL SALES ARE FINAL and there will be no exchanges or refunds.
8. The buyer waives any claims for liability against Delaware County Christian School or the
donor or property or services, and neither the school nor the donor is responsible for
any personal injuries or damages to property that may result from utilization of property
or services sold.
9. IT IS MANDATORY THAT ALL AUCTION ITEMS BE REMOVED THE AFTERNOON OF THE
AUCTION.
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Live Auction Rules
1. Items will be auctioned according to numerical order in the book, except for late entry
items that may be inserted at any point of the order.
2. The live auction will begin promptly at 10:30 a.m.
3. You must have a registered bidding number in order to bid.
4. Each bid obligates the bidder to pay his bid price when the auctioneer determines the
item is sold.
5. Feature items will be auctioned at designated times.
Twice is Nice Sale
All items in the Twice is Nice sale (located in both the upper and lower gyms) will be
paid for by cash, check or credit card at the nearest Cashier’s Table before removing the
items from the premises.
Children’s Fair Silent Auction
1. These silent auction items will be located near the Children’s Fairon Saturday.
2. Once the opening bid is established, bidders may raise the bid (with parent supervision)
using the designated increments for each item. There is no limit to the raising of the bid.
3. Each new bid must be written on the upper-most blank line of the bid sheet.
4. To be certain of having the winning bid, a periodic check should be made. Bidding will
continue until the table is closed at 1:00 p.m.. Check your items often!
5. Each bid legally obligates the bidder to pay his price in full, if the bid is deemed as the
high bid.
6. Under NO circumstances, may the bid sheet OR the item be removed from the bidding
table.
7. All silent auction items are to be paid for at the Registration/Cashier Table.
Children’s Fair & Auction Grille
There will be a ticket booth to purchase tickets to use at the fair and for food. No money
will be exchanged at the fair booths! TICKETS ONLY!
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LIVE AUCTION –UNDER THE TENT – 10:30 AM,SATURDAY, MAY 12
1. DECORATIVE HANDMADE PILLOWS
Pair of decorative pillows –add a splash of new life to your sofa or favorite chair with these beautifully
handmade pillows – taupe and black stripes and pink, green and gold stripes.
Donor: Willie Tanis
2. CRAFTER’S DELIGHT
Xyron 5” Creative Station with refill cartridge: adhesive, laminate, and magnet maker
Donor: May Wang
3. HIT THE TRAIL
Don’t leave your little one at home – take to the trail together with this gently used Kelty Kids Pathfinder
backpack:
Donor: John & May Wang
3A. STRIKE A POSE
One mini portrait session (limit 5 people) within 20 miles of Norristown with Jennifer Baumann
Photography. Jennifer was Jen Bird and a DC grad, Class of
2003.(www.jenniferbaumannphotography.com)
Donor: Jennifer Baumann
New Books – The Perfect Read -- Coffee Table Collectables
4. AMERICA’S HEROES – Inspiring Stories of Courage, Sacrifice and Patriotism (List: U.S.
$29.95
SEPTEMBER 11, 2011 – A Record of Tragedy, Heroism and Hope by the editors of New York
Donor: Friend ofDC
5. CHAIRS –A-HISTORY (List U.S. $65)
THE GENERATION: NEXT - CONTEMPORARY EXPRESSIONS OF FAITH
by Patricia C. Pongracz and Wayne Roosa (Value $15)
ERICA WILSON’S NEEDLEPOINT – Adapted from Objects in the Collections of The
Metropolitan Museum of Art (Value $15)
Donor: Darilyn Lowe Carnes
6. DREAM PLACES OF HOLLYWOOD’S GOLDEN AGEby David Wallace with photos by
JuergenNogai (List: U.S.$50)
DESIGN WITH NATURE by Ian McHarg (Value: $20)
Donor: Darilyn Lowe-Carnes
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6A. MOTHER’S DELIGHT
Your Mother will enjoy this delightful bath set full of Black and White salon products.
7. MOTHER’S TREAT
Treat your mom to a special haircut before her next special occasion with this gift certificate from
OndeSpalon – Haircut with Cyndi in Newtown Square.
8. GET ORGANIZED
DymoLabelwriter Pro: USB connection, compatiple with Windows XP or Mac OS 10.2.8 or higher; 300
DPI, 55 labels per minute, no ink or toner needed, prints stamps and over 40 label styles
Donor: May Wang
9. POWER INVERTER
XantrexXPower 400W Power Inverter: 2 AC outlet simultaneous connection with DC cable clip or
lighter plug, mobile power solution
Donor: May Wang
10. COOK LIKE A PRO
Jr. Showtime Rotisserie BBQ Oven: as seen on TV, comes with video, BBQ gloves, elastic food ties, and
basket for steaks, hamburgers, or fish; fits up to 10-lb turkey
Donor: May Wang
11. BRIGHTEN YOUR SMILE
Add new sparkle to your smile with this White and Brite Smile Lite Professionsl Tooth Whitening
System (must have appointment before 3 p..m.. Certificate expires April 23, 2013
Donor: David P. Sung, DMD, Media, PA www.medialimadental.com
12. SPARKLING JEWELS
Bring your jewelry to new light with this Ultrasonic Wave Jewelry Cleaner by Sharper Image: pulse
action micro-bubble agitation using water and household cleaner, gentle and non-abrasive
Donor: May Wang
12A. PAMPER YOUR POOCH
Your dog will love all the TLC that this special basket provides including a $50 gift certificate to
the Newtown Square Pet Resort (good for grooming, pet care, and more), dog treats from
Delchester Feed & Pet Supply and much, much more.
Donor: Newtown Square Pet Resort, Delchester Feed & Pet Supply
13. WHIMSICAL HAND PAINTED GOURD
There’s no need to weed this beautiful garden handpainted on a large gourd and signed by local artist.
Guaranteed to brighten your day and your terrace or porch!
Donor: Janet Harrington
14. SUGARTOWN STROLL
Original watercolor depicting Sugartown, PA by Virgil R. Carter
Donor: Virgil R. Carter
15. BRADFORD MEETING
Signed and limited edition print of Bradford Meeting by Dennis Park
Donor: Dennis Park
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16. PAIR OF SIGNED AND NUMBERED SIDNEE LIVINGSTON PORTRAITS
Take a close look at these limited edition prints by famed artists SidneeLivingstoni
Donor: Friend of DC
17. PAIR OF SIGNED AND NUMBERED SIDNEE LIVINGSTON PORTRAITS
Take a close look at these limited edition prints by famed artists SidneeLivingstoni
Donor: Friend of DC
18. “TIDEWATER”
Signed and limited edition print by Catherine Colsher
Donor: Catherine Colsher
18A. YOUR HOME SPA COLLECTION
Any woman would love to have this essentials hydrating botanical spa collection (including body wash,
body butter and more) – the perfect treat to pamper your skin after a long day!
Donor: Gail VanRheee
19. COMPLETE RELIEF FROM THE SUMMER’S HEAT
Take a relaxing float down the Brandywine in a large, comfortable stemless tube. This certificate entitles
you to a tubing adventure for four with your 2.5-hour destination being Embreeville to Northbrook.
Donor: Northbrook Canoe Co., [email protected]
20. MUSEUM BOUND
Plan your summer fun leisure time now with these Admission Passes to Winterthur (two General
Admission Passes), Brandywine River Museum (four admission tickets), and Longwood Gardens (two
passes) and enjoy the special features that each of these museums and gardens have to offer!
Donors: Winterthur, Brandywine River Museum, and Longwood Gardens
21. PAMPER YOURSELF
ARTISTRY® essentials hydrating botanical spa collection.Indulge your senses with the experience of a
luxurious spa treatment. Give the gift of pampering, or escape from the hectic holiday season. Comfort
and hydrate skin with the help of Nutrilite-grown Indian Fig and the exclusive Desert Hydration
Complex, known to equalize and optimize hydration. The irresistible fragrance is inspired by nature’s
pure beauty and rare flowers in bloom. Elegantly wrapped to perfection for easy gift giving.
Item #: 110743, View all products byARTISTRY® essentials
Donor: Gail VanRhee
TEACHER TREASURES - PRICELESS
22A ARTIST OF THE MONTH
Would you like to see your artwork up in the lights?Be an "Artist of the Month"
Spend four after school sessions for 1.5 hrs. each during the month of September to paint a masterpiece.
Choose from the themes listed as suggested topics for a watercolor or acrylic painting. Size
is approximately 14" x16": watercolor- matting included, acrylic on stretched canvas. Class size limited to
six students in the third to fifth grade for the 2012 -2013 school year. Your picture will hang in the
Elementary School Office for one month. Then it is your to keep. Themes: Big Bold Flowers,
GeorgiaO'Keeffe, In the Rain Forest -Henri Rousseau, On Golden Pond- Claude Monet, Themes of
America, Peter Max, Me and My Pet, Mary Cassat / Franz Marc, School Days-William Johnson
Donor:Carla Becker
Min: $200
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22. TEA FOR FOUR
Let your daughter celebrate a special day or just kick back and relax with a tea party for four with Mrs.
Kim Wynne at her home in Lansdowne. (Mutually agreeable date.) This one-of-a-kind experience will be
full of surprises guaranteed to delight your party guests!
Donor: Kim Wynne
23. CREATIVE WRITING
Working on a special essay or perhaps a college application? Let Thom Houghton provide some helpful
tips by taking advantage of his expertise during two hours of tutoring in English and Writing.
Donor: Thom Houghton
24. INVITATION PERFECTION
Looking to add that special touch to your next party? Let Christy Ware put her pen to the paper by
addressing 50 envelopes with her own special style calligraphy. Guaranteed to leave a lasting impression
to help make your event a success!
Donor: Christy Ware
25. NIGHT AT THE BLUE ROCKS
Join Miss Young as she ushers in the summer! On June 12, at 7:05 pm, you and 2 friends will “catch” a
Blue Rocks Game with Miss Young. Enjoy a hotdog, soda, and souvenir baseball as part of this exciting
event. Donor: Karen Young
26. ONE OF A KYNE CAKE
The highest bidder will enjoy a unique homemade cake – perfect to mark a special occasion – by DC Café
Chef extraordinaire Sharon Kyne for a mutually agreeable date (one week advance notice required).
Donor: Sharon Kyne
Min. $50
27. COMPUTER REPAIR
Five one-hour certificates (to be auctioned individually)to let DC’s own computer whiz Ric Elliott repair
your computer.
Donor: Ric Elliott, Protocol Computer Services
28. MUSIC TO YOUR EARS
Get started on the right note with two half-hour lessons of the buyer’s choice: either flute, clarinet, sax or
beginner piano. Choose which instrument and let the music begin! Lessons will take place at the home of
Joanne Mitchell, 236 Hansell Road.
Donor Joanne Mitchell
28A. FINE TUNE YOUR TALENT
Take advantage of this opportunity to receive five voice or piano lessons (40 minutes each lesson) from
well-known soloist Mrs. Jennifer Moorhatch (DC MOM and Alum) to be used between June 15 and Aug.
30 at mutually agreeable times.
Donor: Jennifer Moorhatch
29. A DAY IN CAPE MAY
This fun-filled day is designed for 4 elementary students to enjoy playing miniature golf, climbing the
lighthouse, building sand castles on the beach, riding the waves, topped off with a patio barbeque. Be the
guests of Linda Bonsall and Diane Clark in Cape May. Parents provide the transportation and enjoy a day
of leisure. Date to be arranged for this summer 2012.
Donors: Linda Bonsall& Diane Clark
Min. $200
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30. A MORNING WITH MR. RYLE
What does Mr. Ryle do all day? Start out early at Manhatten Bagel and then off to Home Depot for
supplies. Get the keys to the campus, ride the elevator performing repairs, zip around in the ATV and
finish eating lunch with a stop at Rita’s.
Donor: Scott Ryle
Min. $200
31. PANCAKES WITH THE PRINCIPAL
Enjoy an early morning breakfast (mutually agreeable date) with Mrs. Joy Ludwig at the Devon campus
and then welcome everyone to school at the start of the school day by making the morning
announcements!
Donor: Joy Ludwig
Min. $200
DC ONE OF A KIND
32. PERSONAL PARKING AT DC’S ELEMENTARY CAMPUS
Perfect gift for a teacher or the tireless volunteer in your family. Prime parking spot next to the Butler
Building from 7:30 am to 4 pm, Monday-Friday
Min. $300
33. DESIGNATED PARKING AT DC’S UPPER CAMPUS
Imagine never having to hunt for a parking space! Prime parking for the Upper Campusin the Upper Lot
next to the high school building : 7:30 am to 4:00pm, Monday-Friday
Min. $300
34. PRIME SEATS FOR GRADUATION 2012
No need to worry about finding a seat for this year’s graduating Class of 2012. Enjoy 8choice seats in the
center section, second row at Covenant Fellowship Church along with a family portrait taken by Cheryl
Pino.
Min. $200
35. TOUCH THE CLOUDS
You won’t want to miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to send someone special up in the sky in a
vintage biplane – 1942 Stearman – for a 60-minute ride with pilot Gareth Williams. Your flight will take
off from the historic Van Sant Airport in Upper Bucks County (www.vansantairport.com) for a “low and
slow” flight over the field adjacent to the beautiful Delaware River.
Donor: Gareth Williams
Min. $300
36. SEATING FOR THE TRUE COLLECTOR
Located throughout Veterans Stadium, these seats have held fans not only for Phillies baseball but also
the MLB All-Star game, Eagles Football and concerts by world-class artists such as The Rolling Stones
These two blue seats come with a Certificate of Authenticity and two vintage rally towels!.
Donor: Friend of DC
37. A NIGHT AT THE KIMMEL WITH DAVID KIM
Enjoy an evening of music for two with Concertmaster David Kim (and DC Dad) and the Philadelphia
Orchestra during the 2012-2013 subscription season (Oct '12-June '13) and take advantage of a unique
opportunity to tour the Kimmel Center backstage with David Kim!
Donor: David Kim
Min. 150
38. TREAT YOUR CHURCH TO TRULY “SPECIAL MUSIC”
Philadelphia Orchestra Concertmaster, David Kim will visit your church and provide special music during
worship with your church organist/ pianist (could include Prelude, Offertory, Special Music, Postlude or
all of the above). Mutually Agreeable Date
Donor: David Kim
Min. $500
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39. VACATION IN COSTA RICA
Relax and enjoy a week in this beautiful 3-bdrm (2-queen, 1 set of twin beds)/3.5 Bath vacation home
in beautiful Costa Rica. Easily sleeps six people. Check it out for yourself at
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Villa-Vista-Verde/193382510719238 or
http://www.flipkey.com/manuel-antonio-villa-rentals/p247531/. Take a moment to view the calendar of
availability (keeping in mind that January-April 2013 will be the "dry" season). This lovely home is
owned by DC Alumni Parents Bob and Lynn Soplop who will be glad to work through the details with
the winning bidder and secure a Mutually Agreeable Date for the rental. Property normally rents for $200
per night. Valued at $1,400.
Donors: Bob & Lynn Soplop
Min. $750
40. CAMP OF THE WOODS – Adirondack Delight
This certificate is just the start of an unforgettable experience for your family! Make your reservations
now for Summer 2012 and choose one from the choice of these weeks: August 18-25, 2012 when John
Guest will be the featured speaker or August 25-September 1,2012 with featured speaker Bill Lawrence.
Camp of the Woods has provided a $250 Gift Certificate toward your week's stay. (May also be used for
an individual or a couple.) You will be blessed by the wonderful surroundings, unique accommodations,
excellent meals, and solid biblical teaching. Take a look at Camp of the Woods in Speculator, N.Y. by
visiting www.Camp-of-the-Woods.org.
Donor: Camp of the Woods
Min. $100
41. SHAWNEE VILLAGE VACATION
You and your family will enjoy the perfect fall get-away when you vacation here September 8-15. Enjoy
a lovely condo in this full service resort in Shawnee Village at Shawnee on the-Delaware in PA. Sleeps 6
people – no pets.
Donor: Scott and Ethel Trotter
ARTWORK
42. "AMISH COUNTRY"
Limited Edition Print 36/200 by artist William Ressler
Donor: William Ressler
43. "CHINATOWN PHILADELPHIA"
Limited edition print 519/950 by artist William Ressler (www.williamressler.com
Donor: William Ressler
44. "HOMETOWN PTA NIGHT"
Limited edition print 37/300by artist William Ressler (www.williamressler.com
Donor: William Ressler
45. “BETSY’S HOUSE"
Limited edition print 299/500 by artist William Ressler (www.williamressler.com
Donor: William Ressler
46. “GATE OF THANKSGIVING”
Framed limited edition print by artist Bruce Poulterer (watercolorsbybruce.blogspot.com)
Donor: Bruce Poulterer
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47. “BETSY ROSS HOUSE”
Framed limited edition print by artist Bruce Poulterer (watercolorsbybruce.blogspot.com)
Donor: Bruce Poulterer
48. “TEACH US TO NUMBER OUR DAYS”
Framed limited edition print by artist Bruce Poulterer (watercolorsbybruce.blogspot.com)
Donor: Bruce Poulterer
49. PICTURE PERFECT PORTLAND HEAD LIGHT
Beautiful custom framed print (17” by 20”) of Portland Head Light (Maine). Photo taken by DC’s own
Linda Houghton
Donor: Linda Houghton
50. SUNFLOWER DELIGHT
This lovely sunflower on canvas is guaranteed to brighten up your wall and any room you choose.
Donor: Deborah Visser
51. HORSE FARM, Valley Forge
Picturesque photograph by Jean Woodring
Donor: Jean Woodring
52. ORAGAMI SWAN
You will not believe your eyes when you take a look at this life-like swan – the perfect centerpiece for
your next party!
Donor: KaitiTezuka, DC’14
53. “EVENING AT NORTH FARM”
Signed and limited edition print by Richard Bollinger (www.richardbollinger.net)
Donor: Richard Bollinger
54. “RED CANOES”
Framed signed and limited edition print by Richard Bollinger (www.richardbollinger.net)
Donor: Richard Bollinger
55. “MASTER OF THE HUNT”
Signed and limited edition print by Richard Bollinger (www.richardbollinger.net)
CLASS BASKETS – Loaded with Goodies!
56. RAINY DAY BASKET
The perfect selection of movies and treats to spend a rainy day indoors.Items: Facing The Giants DVD,
Fireproof DVD, Flywheel DVD, Soul Surfer DVD, Many Treats: Whoppers, Thin Mints, Twizzlers,
Swedish Fish - something for everyone!Microwave Popcorn.,$55.00 in Regal Cinema Gift Cards
Total Aprox. Value: $120.
Donated by Parents of Mrs. Karen Good’s Kindergarten Class
Min. $120
57. SUNNY DAY BASKET
Everything you need for a summer day at the beach, pool or your backyard. 2 Beach Towels, Wiffle Ball /
Bat ,Cooler with Wheels and Ice Packs, Sunscreen, Beach Toys, $10. Rita's Gift Card,
Total Aprox. Value $110.
Donated by Parents of Mrs. Donna Daly’s Kindergarten Class
Min. $110
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58. CAMPING BASKET
Get ready for the Great Outdoors with this selection of Camping necessities: Portable Chair, Cobra
Walkie Talkies, 2 Flashlights, 4 Water Bottles, Plates, Utensils and Cups for 4, Hiking Book, First Aid
Kit, Burts Bee’s Bug Repellant, $50. Gift Card to Whole Foods, $10. Gift Card to Dick’s Sporting Goods,
Total Aprox. Value $200.00
Donors: Parents of Miss Peggy Bell’s &Miss Karen Young’s Third Grade Classes Min.$200
59. GARDENING BASKET
Do you like to play in dirt? This is the perfect basket for yourself or as a gift for a loved one with a green
thumb. Included in this basket are: $200. Gift Card to Waterloo Gardens, Faux Stone Pot, Solar Power
Light Globe , 2 Garden Books, 3 Pairs of Gloves - his and hers, Misc. Tools - Hand Trough, Hand Rake
Kneel Pad, Gardener's Soap and Lotion, Seed Wrapping Paper
Aprox. Value: $350.
Donors: Parents of Miss Joni Calderwood’s &and Mrs. Vera Cobourn’s Fourth Grade Classes
Min. $350
60. SCRAPBOOKING BASKET
Everything you need for your scrapbooking hobby and so much more! Basket Includes:
Canon Selphy Printer, Ink and Paper for Printer, 2 Albums, Flash Drive, Misc. Tools, Including:
Sharpies, Mounting Squares, Shape Cutter, Scissor, Decorative Supplies Including: Decorative Stamps,
Ink Pads, Variety of Stickers, Decorative Paper, Stationary, Postage Stamps, Over $100. in Gift Cards
to: Creative Memories, AC Moore and Michaels, $100. for a 1 hour personal photo lesson with Tracy
Clark tailored to you Aprox. Value: $625.
Donors: Parents of Mr. Eric Dolbeck’s&Mrs. Kim Wynne’s First Grade Classes
Min. $600
CLASS KEEPSAKES – Memories for a lifetime
61. "STANDING ON THE PROMISES" STEP-STOOLl
Step Right Up!This creatively crafted wooden step stool was made with love. All students of the Pre-K
class put their mark on this item with their precious fingerprints. The students' names have also been
included.
Donors: Mrs. Susan Horton ’sPre-K Class
62. FISH WOODEN BENCH
You’ll want to go fishing for memories when you see this underwater scene created by classmates using
their hands and thumbs. Throughout the year the class has been learning what it means to “Trust in the
Lord.” This bench will prove to be a lifelong memory. DC. Class photo included!
Donors: Mrs. Donna Daly’s Kindergarten Class
63. BALLOON CANVAS TOTE
This fun, brightly painted tote bag includes the students' fingerprints in creating a masterpiece with
balloons. This balloon bouquet is held tightly in Mrs. Briggs and Mrs. Good's hands. All names are
represented along the sides of the straps. The opposite side of the bag is embroidered with the DC logo.
Many handy pockets on the inside of the bag and one on the outside make this Lands' End tote a must
have!
Donors: Mrs. Kim Briggs & Mrs. Karen Good’s Kindergarten Class
64. TREE QUILT
This quilt is sure to savor memories for a lifetime for your first grade student
Donors: Mr. Eric Dolbeck’s and Mrs. Kimberly Wynne’s First Grade Classes
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65. FUN BULLETIN BOARD
This oversized fun bulletin board is decorated with the entire class's handprints.
The board has been embellished with an embroidered "DC" along with the teacher's name. Special
buttons include each student's face to remember the great friends your child made in this class. This year's
verse, Proverbs 3:5-6, is also include around the border. This special board is made of a homosote board
which functions like a cork board but it stands up after repeated use of push pins. There are two 'D' hocks
on the back for hanging.
Donors: Miss Robbins’Second Grade Class
66. UNIQUE BULLETIN BOARD
This oversized fun bulletin board is decorated with the entire class's handprints.
The board has been embellished with an embroidered "DC" along with the teacher's name. Special
buttons include each student's face to remember the great friends your child made in this class. This year's
school verse, Proverbs 3:5-6, is also included around the border. This special board is made of a homosote
board which functions like a cork board but it stands up after repeated use of push pins. There are two 'D'
hocks on the back for hanging.
Donors:Mrs. Linda Nixon's Second Grade Class
67. FUN BULLETIN BOARD
This oversized fun bulletin board is decorated with the entire class's handprints.
The board has been embellished with an embroidered "DC" along with the teacher's name. Special
buttons include each student's face to remember the great friends your child made in this class. This year's
school verse, Proverbs 3:5-6, is also included around the border. This special board is made of a homosote
board which functions like a cork board but it stands up after repeated use of push pins. There are two 'D'
hocks on the back for hanging.
Donors: Mrs. Patti Chung's Second Grade Class
68. BUTTERFLY ON CANVAS
Butterflies, Butterflies Everywhere!
Up for bid is a beautiful classroom treasure made by Karen Young's Class. Each child added their
personal touch of their fingerprints to make this lovely butterfly picture. All the students' names are
included on the bottom of the canvas picture. Also included is 2 Cor. 5:17. Enjoy this for years to come
remembering all of the great friends your child made in 3rd grade at DC!
Donors: Miss Karen Young’s 3rd Grade Class
69. BUTTERFLY FINGERS ON CANVAS
Butterflies, Butterflies, Everywhere!
Up for bid is a beautiful classroom treasure made by Peggy Bell's Class. Each child added their personal
touch of their fingerprints to make this lovely butterfly picture. All the students' names are included on
the bottom of the canvas picture. Also included is the verse 2 Cor. 5:17. Enjoy this for years to come
remembering all of the great friends your child made in 3rd grade at DC!
Donors: Miss Peggy Bell’s 3rd Grade Class
70. DC T-SHIRT QUILT
You’ll want to take this quilt everywhere – can also serve as a stadium blanket as it features DC logos and
phrases to support the school and the DC Knights.Created from authentic DC logo wear.
Donors: Miss Joni Calderwood’s and Mrs. Vera Cobourn’s Classes
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71. 5TH GRADE ADIRONDACK CHAIR &TABLE - Girls Only!
Bring a little DC in your own backyard!
Up for bid is a Table and Chair Set in DC Green and White including handprints, all girls students'
names along with Scott Bateman and Nancy Weidman's names. This Adirondack chair and table set will
be a conversation piece for years to come!
Donors: Mr. Scott Bateman and Miss Nancy Weidman's 5th Grade Classes
72. 5TH GRADE ADIRONDACK CHAIR & TABLE -- Boys Only!
Bring a little DC in your own backyard!
Up for bid is a Table and Chair Set in DC Green and White including handprints, all boy students'
names along with Scott Bateman and Nancy Weidmann's names. This Adirondack chair and table set will
be a conversation piece for years to come!
Donors: Mr. Scott Bateman and Miss Nancy Weidman's 5th Grade Class
SPORTING EVENTS
73. PHILLIES TICKETS
Four tickets to the Phillies vs. Washington Nationals on Friday, August 24 at 7:05 pm located in Section
141, Row 12, Seats 9-12.
Donors: Brian and Trisha Tuttle
Min. $240
74. PHILLIES TICKETS
Four tickets to Phillies vs. Miami Marlins on Friday, June 1 at 7:05 pm. Seats located in in Section 118,
Row 14, Seats 1-4. Parking Pass included.
Donors: Rich & Debbie DeLecce
Min. $240
75. PHILLIES TICKETS
Four tickets to the Phillies vs. Boston Red Soxon Friday, May 18. At 7:05 pm. Seats located in Section
421, Row 15, Seats 9-12.
Donors: Greg and Kim Rowe
Min. $100
76. PHILLIES TICKETS
Two tickets for July 24 Phillies game. Seats in Section 328, Row 6 on the third base line.
Donors: Ken & Eileen Marx
Min. $100
GOLFER’S DELIGHT
77. BIG BERTHA 3 WOOD
You’ll swing like a pro with this new Big Bertha Steelhead III 3 Wood by Callaway Golf
Donor: Friend of DC
78. CHESTER VALLEY GOLF CLUB
Enjoy a round of golf for three and lunch with host Matt Hancock at the Chester Valley Golf Club on a
mutually agreeable date.
Donor: Matt Hancock
Min. $200
79. APPLEBROOK GOLF CLUB
Enjoy a round of golf for three and lunch at Applebrook Golf Club with host Scott Trotter on a mutually
agreeable date.
Donor: Scott Trotter
Min. $300
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80. PHILADELPHIA COUNTRY CLUB
Enjoy a round of golf for three and lunch with host David Kim at the Philadelphia Country Club on a
mutually agreeable date.
Donor: David Kim
Min. $300
81. GOLFER’S DREAM TRIP:
Take a foursome to Kinloch -- One of the best golf courses/resorts in the US. Kinlock is located
outside of Richmond, Virginia. Your foursome can join Dave Urban, Paul Neal, Matt Hancock,
and Russ Nixon for two rounds of golf,(36 holes), and barbecue at the Kinloch Golf course. We
will arrive, barbecue, practice, check in hotel(not included) play 36 We can have a “Ryder Cup”
match! Your foursome will experience a fun, enjoyable, golfing experience. Mutually agreeable
date:
Donor: Friend of DC
Min. $1,500
82. TEEKNA JUNIOR CAMP
One week of Camp Teekna Jr. Camp for campers entering grades K-5. Choose from any of Camp
Teekna’s exciting theme weeks in the summer of 2012 and reserve your spot now!
Donor: Camp Teekna
CARS
83. 2011 NISSAN SENTRA SR FROM CAR SENSE
Take a close look at this beautiful car – just like new -- and make a bid on Auction Day! This is a perfect
opportunity to find a great car for your family and support the school!
Like New! Silver 2011 Nissan Sentra SR with 12, 500 miles, Automatic, A/C, 34 highway miles
Blue Book Value: $18,300
Reserve Bid
Donor: CAR SENSE
84. AT THIS TIME, WE DO NOT HAVE A CAR FROM STILLMAN VOLVO. HOWEVER,
DC THANKS STILLMAN VOLVO IN WEST CHESTER FOR THEIR SPONSORSHIP
OF THIS AUCTION AND CONTINUED SUPPORT OF THE SCHOOL.
85. LONGABERGER AMERICANA SMALL WARE BASKET SET
Perfect for the hostess with the moistest! This red, white and blue set includes Americana Small Ware
Basket (7 3/8"d x 4 1/2"h), WoodCrafts Lid with knob, Over-the-Edge Liner ~ Flax, Protector,Star TieOn.
Donor: Nancy Sarley
86. TAKE YOUR PICK WITH LONGABERGER
Use this $50 gift certificate to make a special selection from the many choices Longaberger has to offer
with representative Nancy Sarley (DC Mom).
Donor: Nancy Sarley
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87 CAPTURE THE MEMORIES
This basket of supplies from Creative Memories is just what you need to create a photo album full of
memories! It includes album, decorative cutter, 2 idea books, stickers galore, pens, exacto knife,
Titletopia patterns, and three decorative scissors.
Donor: Kim Rowe
87A. COFFEE BREAK
Enjoy your morning or evening coffee with this basket full of essentials from Burlap and Bean –
including a few great books for your summer read!
Donor: Burlap and Bean, Newtown Square
88.PAMPER YOURSELF
This is the perfect gift for your special lady, a true fragrance experience – Philosophy’s “Unconditional
Love” in a lavender gift box filled with cream, lotion, fragrance.
Donor: Mary Beth Rowe
89. SUMMER FARE
Add some flair to your summer party with a fresh some fresh seafood and beautiful flowers! Redeem this
certificate from Hill’s and enjoy three pounds of cooked and cleaned shrimp on a party tray. Redeem this
$50 certificate at Accents by Michele for just the right centerpiece.
Donor: Hill’s Quality Seafood Market and Accents by Michele
90. BE GREEN WHILE YOU CLEAN
You’ll enjoy cleaning with this environmentally safe basket full of cleaning supplies from Shaklee.
Donor: Ethel Trotter
91. A NEW LOOK FOR SUMMER
Treat yourself to a new haircut for the summer with this certificate for a haircut with Tracy at the Salon
d’Artiste in Wayne.
Donor: Salon d’Artiste
92. HOSTESS DELIGHT
Plan your next dinner party now with ham as your main course ($25 gift certificate to Honey Baked Ham
in Broomall), then top your table with flowers from Mostardi Nursery in Newtown Square($50 gift
certificate), and treat yourself to a little something at Bunny Hares ($10 gift certificate) in Newtown
Squarea and Bella Boutique ($25 gift certificate) in Newtown Square..
Donors: Mostardi Nursery, Honeybaked Ham, Bunny Hares, Bella Boutique
93. LAURA MERCIER ALMOND COCONUT MILK COLLECTION
This amazing quartet is for the gourmande lover in everyone. Laura Mercier Almond Coconut Milk
Collection arouses senses with the seductive, warm and comforting blend of milk, coconut, almond and
vanilla notes with heliotrope and musk for a rich and alluring experience. The Almond Coconut Milk
Collection includes: Almond Coconut Milk Soufflé Body Crème (12 oz./300 g), -Almond Coconut Milk
Honey Bath, including wooden honey dipper (12 oz./300 g) , Almond Coconut Milk Scrub (6 oz./150 g) ,
Almond Coconut Milk Candle
Donor: Gail Van Rhee
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94. INTENSIVE SKINCARE RENEWING PEEL
At-home alternative to professional chemical peel treatments, Instantly reveals softer, silky smooth,
radiant skin, Restores skin’s radiance with clear, even skin tone–even after one use, Exfoliates with a
natural mushroom extract.
Donor: Gail VanRhee
95. DINE OUT
Why cook on hot summer nights! Dine out and enjoy some fun for yourself or treat your friends with two
$25 Casey’s Seafood Grill/The Porch at the Lamb certificates. And two $20 gift cards to the Hong Garden
Restaurant in Paoli!
Donor: Peter and Linda Crisanti, Hong Garden Restaurant
96. PARTY IN A BASKET
You’ll love to have this basket on hand to add a festive touch to your next special occasion!
Donor: Party Land, Newtown Square
97. BRUNCH FOR TWO
Highest bidder will enjoy a true brunch experience for two at the historic Inn at Mendenhall – located in
the heart of the Brandywine Valley. (www.mendenhallinn.com)
Donor: Fred & Dottie Sonsalla
98. BRUNCH FOR TWO
Highest bidder will enjoy a true brunch experience for two at the historic Inn at Mendenhall – located in
the heart of the Brandywine Valley. (www.mendenhallinn.com)
Donor: Fred & Dottie Sonsalla
99. WALNUT STREET THEATRE TICKETS – May 17
Enjoy “The Buddy Holly Story” at the Walnut Street Theater on Thursday, May 17 at 8 p.m. when this
production takes center stage! Two tickets located in Row C, seats 110 & 111. (Parking discount
included.
Donor: Juanita Means-Newsome
100. WALNUT STREET THEATRE TICKETS – June 2
The family will enjoy this show, “Skippyjon Jones” at the Walnut Street Theatre on Saturday, June 2 at
1:00 pm. Four tickets located in Row C, Seats 301-304. (Parking discount included)
Donor: Juanita Means-Newsome
101. A SHORE THING BASKET
Head for the Beach with this basket full of “Must-have’s” including Lighthouse serving tray, mini tote
cooler, sea shell paper plates, flip flops, sea shell headband, flameless sea shell candle, hand soap and
hand sanitizer, room spray mist and shell bar of soap.
Donor: Donna & Christopher Biddle
102. GOURMET DELIGHT
You will not be able to resist tasting the Italian-style gourmet goodies that fill this basket. Great for
enjoying yourself or gift giving.
Donor: Luigi & Giovanni Caterers
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103. BEGINNER SCRAPBOOKING BASICS
Just in time to for summer! Use this basket full of “must-haves” for creating the perfect photo and keep
sake memories for your child’s youth!
Donor: Jennifer Moorhatch
104. MUSIC TO YOUR EARS
Develop your child’s musical talent with this new Yamaha clarinet.
Donor: Friend of DC
105 . CAPTURE THE MOMENT
A family portrait lasts forever – and a picture becomes more priceless as the years go by! Use this $200
gift certificate toward photography by Paul Facendaof Newtown Square.
Take a look at his artistry at www.facendaphoto.com
Donor: Paul Facenda
106. GET TO KNOW YOUR ANCESTORS
Let Jane Riggs Curci, professional genealogist, research your family tree and provide you with a
personalized descendancy report. If you’re looking for a truly special gift, you may wish to surprise your
spouse or parent with his/her tree for a special occasion.
Donor: Jane Riggs Curci
Min: $100
107. LIFE WITHOUT MIRRORS
A Photographic Journey with DC’s own Tracy Clark
This amazing book, “Life Without Mirrors” is a Photographic Journey in Nepal by Tracy Clark (and
signed) depicting her 2010 mission trip to this third world country that started her passion for
humanitarian photography.
108. PAIR OF SIGNED BOOKS
The perfect editions to your library – “The Desert Whispers” by OzeliaRach-Wolski and “The Unhurried
Chase” by Betty Carlson – both signed by the authors
Donor: Friend of DC
109. PACK YOUR BAG AND HEAD TO THE GYM
Ready to get in shape for the summer months? Then get started with this two-month membership to the
Ellis Athletic Center located off West Chester Pike in Newtown Square.
Donor: www.ellisathleticcenter.com.
110. GET FIT AT ELLIS
Summer will soon be here so now’s the time to get in shape to face the beach and the months ahead! Take
advantage of this two-month membership to the Ellis Athletic Center located off West Chester Pike in
Newtown Square.
Donor: www.ellisathleticcenter.com
111. LARGE SWAN
Take a close look at this beautifully crafted ceramic swan that can add the perfect accent to your sunroom
or porch.
Donor: Friend of DC
112. SMALL SWAN
A perfect unique compliment to your open-air décor!
Donor: Friend of DC
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113. GET THE PARTY STARTED
Use this gift card to Jacquette’s Bakery ($20) in Broomall and $40 worth of gift cards to Arnold’s Family
Fun Center (Oaks) and you have a great start for your next birthday party!
Donor: Arnold’s Family Fun Center www.arnoldsfamilyfuncenter.com) and Jacquette’s Bakery
114. A SWEET TREAT
This truly is the perfect chocolate box for the chocolate lover on your list (including your mother for
Mother’s Day!) Filled with truffles, pretzels, cookies and so much more!!!!!
Donor: Christopher Chocolates, Newtown Square
115. FUN-TASTIC IN LANCASTER COUNTY
Spend the day at Knoebels Amusement Resort (Elysburg, PA)with these two weekday ride passes for
amusement rides (wooden roller coasters included) and then head to Miller’s Smorgasbord (Ronks, PA)
using this certificate for One Adult Traditional Smorgasboard.
Donors: Knoebels and Miller’s Smorgasbord , Gift & Bake Shop
Our special thanks to these businesses for their contributions to the DC 15 Benefit Auction:
Golden Taste Vending, Media
Herr Foods, Inc. Nottingham
Pinocchio’s Restaurant, Media
Taylor Rental, Media
Wellshire Farms, Sweedesboro, N.J.
Husband of DC Grad Jen Bird Baumann, Class of 2003
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With Grateful Thanksgiving in this DC’s 15th Benefit Auction Year
This has been a busy year for our DC Community. Along with the plethora of activities for
students and parents at each division, we have held two “live” Auction events this year and
sponsored an Online Auction experience to bring the DC community together in support of our
school and our 765 students! October 15, 2011 was a special evening for the DC community as
we hosted our first “Gala Auction” at The Lamb in Springfield, Pennsylvania. With more than
120 folks on hand -- representing multiple generations of the DC family from former students, to
former faculty and staff, to alumni parents, DC grandparents, as well as current parents and DC
faculty & staff -- the evening was filled with dining and bidding and just plain fun in support of
our wonderful school ! At the close of the evening, not only were old friends reunited and new
friendships formed, but a total of $55,000 was raised in support of our school! Throughout this
school year during several months we have also hosted an Online Auction which has met with
positive response and provides additional support through the benefits of bidding from your own
home on a variety of items.
Today, May 12, 2012, we come together as a school family of all generations and ages to once
again celebrate our friendships and the commitment we all share to Christ-centered education –
a true legacy from generation to generation! This day’s (and weekend’s) events truly do provide
activities and fun for all – complete with the Live Auction, “Twice is Nice” Consignment Shop,
Children’s Fair (and Children’s Silent Auction) , and the Auction Grille!
These events would never be possible without the generous donations from both individuals
and businesses. The Auction Steering Committee would like to thank so many for the gifts of
time, talents and treasures that have been given so generously in recent months. From parents,
to students, to faculty and staff to so many local businesses and individuals we extend our
heartfelt gratitude for your support and generosity!
We would like to thank our auctioneers this year – Rob Borgstrom and Ken Guilbert (May 12,
2012) and Tony Proto and Russ Nixon (October 15, 2011) – for providing their expertise along
with signature wit, humor, and pure entertainment for bidding!
In particular let us thank the many area businesses, professionals, restaurants and individuals
that have made amazing donations to make our 15th Benefit Auction Year! Please keep them in
mind when you shop and dine. These items continue to be the heartbeat of an Auction!
Among those who have donated thus far: Accents by Michele (www.accentsbymichele.com),
Martha Alford (Flutist – Lessons & Special Occasions [email protected]), Teresa
Anstatt, Awesome 80s Prom (www.awesome80sprom.com), Arnold’s Family Fun Center,
Avanti Interiors, Chris Barbee, Bedazzled Boutique, Bella Boutique, Benari Jewelers, Don &
Christopher Biddle, Richard Bollinger, Bonefish Grill, Brandywine River Museum, Camelback
Mountain (www.camelbackmtnresort.com), Camp-of-the-Woods (www.Camp-of-theWoods.org), Alexandra & Michael Cardone, Car Sense, Charles & Louise Carrington, Casey’s,
Catering by Gillian (www.cateringbyGillian), Christopher Chocolates, John Chung, Tracy Clark,
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Jane Curci, Tom & Lynne Curyto, Dee’s Gourmet Pretzels (www.deesgourmetpretzels.com),
Gabriele D’Annunzio (www.dbtailors.com), Steve & Lisa Delaney,
Rich & Debbie DeLecce, Devon Bowling Lanes, Lisa DiLullo, DC Drama Department, DC
Students, DC Faculty & Staff, Doubletree Hotel (www.doubletree1.hilton.com), Ric Elliott, Sean
& Betty Ellsworth, Brian & Rose Esterly, Paul Facenda Photography, Patti Ferro, Fogo De
Chao (www.fogodechlao.com), Frames & Company, Jeff Gruehn, Matt Hancock, Jeff Harvey,
Michael & Beth Hines, Honey Baked Ham,
Hong Garden Restaurant, Jacquettes Bakery, Kneobels, Michele Pressley-Jones
(Studio47West ([email protected]), David Kim, Rose King, Knights Boosters, John
Lee, Limoncello, Longwood Gardens, Luigi & Giovanni Caterers, Mathnasium, Ken & Eileen
Marx, Jim Maxim, David Milowicki, Miller’s Smorgasbord, Miss Abigails Guide
(www.missabigailsguide.com), Morton’s Steak House, Mostardi Nursery, Pet Resort, Paul &
Elizabeth Neal, Russ Nixon, Nonna’s, Will Owens (Ellis Athletic Center), Northbrook Canoe
Company, Partyland, Bruce Poulterer, Chris & Marge Powala, Tony Proto, Purely Sweet
Confections (Jen Juliano) at www.purelysweetconfections.com), William Ressler, Sandy Cove
Conference Center, Salon D’Artiste, Nancy Sarley, Dale See, Don & Kathy Shooster, Kim
Simms, Skytop Lodge, Robin Smalley (Robin’s Custom Cakes (www.robinscustomcakes.com),
Fred & Dottie Sonsalla. Bob & Lynn Soplop, Starbucks – Edgmont, Joy Teano, Stillman Volvo,
Willie Tanis, Teca’s, KaitiTezuka, Graham Thorpe, Scott & Ethel Trotter, Brian & Trisha Tuttle,
Linda Unger & the High School Art Students, Jeff & Gail VanRhee, Jim VanderWaal, Viking
Cooking School (www.vikingcookingschool.com), Rev. & Mrs. Wassinger, Chip & Sue
Weidemann , John Wilkins, Gareth Williams, Winner’s Circle Sports Grille, Winterthur, Jennifer
Moorhatch, Chuck & Elaine Young, Linda Bonsall, Diane Clark, Thom Houghton, Karen Young,
Carla Becker, Kimberly Wynne,Joy Ludwig, Scott Ryle, Christy Ware, Ric Elliott, Sharon
Kyne,JoanneMitchell,and so many more!
And, we are so Grateful with Love to our 15th Benefit Auction Year Steering Committee for
their incredible hard work and contagious enthusiasm to make this auction year and its events happen.
Julie Ammon. Lisa Campbell,
Tracy Castelli, Barbara Diamond,
Rose Esterly, Beth Hines,
Elizabeth Neal, Anna Nichols
Russ Nixon, Kim O’Bryan
Christi Rhine, Kim Rowe
Nancy Sarley, Kim Simms,
Debbie Stewart, Trisha Tuttle,
Gail VanRhee
The Auction Steering Committee thanks you for your support of DC!
Remember to keep our school, each of our students and their families,
along with our faculty & staff, in your prayers.
Together, We are DC!
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