Thursday, February 23, 2017

UPDATED! Sneak Peak At our Silent Auction (You're Not Gonna Wanna Miss This!)

Michaela and I did a little bit of work on the silent auction today, and I just had to come here and share some photos will all of you. I can hardly believe the things people have donated to help bring Hannah home. There are some GORGEOUS items here. Some are handmade, some are brand new and beautiful, some are fun, some are practical. There's something here for almost everyone. And there will be more coming!

Check out what we've got so far, and if you haven't yet, BUY A TICKET to the Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction so you can shop! We still have plenty of seats available, and we'd love to fill every chair. If you're not able to come, would you consider sharing this event with a friend? A lot of love and hard work have gone into planning this event and we'd be so thrilled if we could just pack the place out for our Hannah Joy. 

To reserve your tickets, call our church office at 402-476-1567. Or, if you're part of our Calvary family, you'll be able to buy tickets after each worship service this Sunday.

Thank you all for your support.

Lots of love to all of you.

Bid on the Little Girl's dress of your choice from Celandine Lane Boutique on Etsy
Basket of Baked Goodies from Butterfly Bakery (Yum! Chris and my favorite!)
3 Handmade Wooden Decorative Pieces by Conrad Nelson
Young Living Essential Oils Beach Day Basket 
SeneGense Manicure Basket
Princess Activity Basket
Necklace from the Noonday Collection
Necklace from the Noonday Collection
Two Manicures
Wooden truck, handmade by Dean Johnson
Wooden firetruck handmade by Dean Johnson
Coffee Cocktails Basket
Kitchen Utensils Basket  
Mary Kay Cosmetics Basket
Original Painting by Jamie Jacobsen
Professional Grade Electric Toothbrush
Mary Kay Perfume and Body Wash Basket
Baking Basket
Candles and Chocolate Basket
Thirty One Travel Set
Thirty One Insulated Bag Set
Thirty One Purse and Thermal Bag
Mary Kay Manicure Set
Clock Handmade by Leonard Rettig
Lighthouse Handmade by Leonard Rettig
Solid Walnut Table with Live Edges Made by Dick Rockenbach 

1 comment: