Silent Auction & Raffle – Tea 2017

/Silent Auction & Raffle – Tea 2017
Silent Auction & Raffle – Tea 20172018-03-13T09:54:54+00:00

Ticketed Raffle

Our coveted Gift Basket returns with a wide array of gifts and services

Pamper yourself with this amazing selection of items donated by local businesses, with help from our fellowship members, totalling over $700 in value! Tickets are 1 for $5 or 5 for $20, available for sale at the Tea. Fellowship member Rylynn McQuillen of Fig Leaf, an event sponsor, coordinated the donations.

(Pictured is last year’s year’s basket)

Silent Auction Item #1

Italian Dinner for 8 at Four Mounds

Treat your friends to an exquisite evening at Four Mounds’ historic White House. The Fellowship prepares an Italian dinner for 8. Due to liquor laws, you must provide your own wine, but we’ll provide a personal sommelier shopping experience just for  you before the event. Mangia, mangia!

Minimum bid of $400 for the dinner & service. More about Sommelier Justyna Miranda.

BONUS: Winner has the option of securing the White House for lodging that evening for an additional $300 if desired, a 40% discount.

Silent Auction Item #2

Four Mounds Stay Plus Package

Overnight stay for two in the charming Four Mounds Marvin Gardens Cabin, $100 Woodfire Grille gift certificate, Sterling Vintner’s Collection Meritage red wine, two Four Mounds wine glasses, Drunken Goat cheese, crackers, Marcona almonds, box of Betty Jane’s chocolates, Tenzi and Slapzi games. Package coordinated by Fellowship members Cindy Braden, Jennifer Andress & Sandy Nickel. Valued at $375

Silent Auction Item #3

Christmas Lantern & Seasonal Package

This Christmas package features is a beautiful 3 foot tall wooden lantern with a tin-roof cupola. Lighted from within,  it’s a festive decoration for the holidays. Includes a cozy Christmas-red throw, a 25 oz. thermal-steel Quench waterbottle, 1 lb. of delectible Smores Crunch Mix from the South Bend Chocolate Factory. This entire package is accented with ornaments and holiday decor. This item is donated by EMSI and was coordinated by our fellowship member Barb Stone-Potter.

Valued at $250