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Presented by Avion Water Company

July 22, 2017 | Broken Top Club What will you give to fund the future of a child?


Thank you, Sponsors! Presenting Sponsor

Avion Water Company Lead Auction Sponsors

Cabernet Barrel Sponsors Warren John West, P.C.

Pinot Magnum Sponsors

A Sip of Cork & Barrel presented by

Featuring wines from Walla Walla, the Willamette Valley, and the Columbia Gorge


Welcome


WELCOME

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Dear Guests and Friends, Welcome to our fifth annual Cork & Barrel wine event series! We are truly grateful for your support, and for that of the wineries, chefs, restaurants, donors, and volunteers who make these events possible. An extra special welcome and thanks to Walla Walla, Willamette Valley, and Columbia Gorge wineries and guest chefs who have traveled to be with us this year. Through your attendance tonight, you are making a tremendous difference for children and families facing abuse throughout Central Oregon. Thanks to our generous sponsors, listed on the facing page, all of your donations will go directly to child abuse evaluations, family support and advocacy, therapy on-site, and to help adults become trained to prevent child abuse. So please, join us in raising a glass - and your bid - to help fund the future for children and families who are impacted by child abuse in our community. Cheers!

Justin Phillips Chair, Board of Directors

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Shelly Smith Executive Director


Program of Events

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Saturday, July 22, 2017 4:30

Wine and Food Pairing Reception, featuring “A Taste of the PNW” with wineries from Walla Walla, Willamette Valley, and Columbia Gorge, Super Silent Auction Begins

6:00 Super Silent Auction Closes - Get Your Bids In!

6:15 Please proceed to the Main Tent for a 5-course dinner paired with wines from our visiting wineries

7:30 It’s the Live Auction, featuring top-flight wines, adventures, and one-of-a-kind experiences

8:30 Get down and boogie to the funky sounds of Hit Machine

Please remember to drive responsibly.

We are providing complimentary safe rides home tonight, thanks to the generosity of Warren John West, P.C. See a staff member in the Safe Rides tent to arrange alternate post-event transportation.

Warren John West, P.C. ATTORNEY AT LAW

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WELCOME

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Auction Purchase Guidelines Payment 1. All payments shall be by cash, credit card, certified check or personal check made payable to KIDS Center. Credit cards accepted are VISA, Mastercard or AMEX. 2. Full payment must be made for all purchases at the conclusion of the Auction. 3. Cashiers, located in the check-in tent, will accept payment after the auction, unless Purchaser has previously opted to use the Auctionpay quick check out method (below).

Quick Check-In and Check-Out Quick Check saves time by eliminating the need to stop and pay at the Cashier area at the end of the Auction. 1. At registration, swipe your MasterCard, VISA or AMEX card information with the cashier. NO CHARGES will be issued to your card unless you make purchases or donations. 2. Please verify your mailing and email address at registration so we may mail a receipt to you after the Auction. 3. At the end of the evening, simply proceed to Item Pick Up in the tent where you checked in to verify and claim your purchases. If no purchases are made, your card will not be charged, and any voided blank check will be returned to you by mail. 4. Thank you for providing your mobile number which will be used for appreciation communication.

Conditions of Purchase 1. KIDS Center and the Cork & Barrel Wine Event (the “Seller”) reserves the right to refuse admission to, or attendance by, any person at the Auction or related events. 2. The auctioneer is the agent for the Seller. 3. All wine and other items are sold “as is.” Purchasers must rely only on their own inspection and/or opinion; Seller makes no warranties, express or implied. 4. Seller does not warrant or represent, and expressly denies responsibility for, and in no event shall be responsible for, the accuracy or description of wines offered, or the correctness of the catalog, including, but not limited to the origin, rarity, age, genuineness, quality, quantity, or condition. 5. Unless specifically set forth, all auction items expire on July 22, 2018.

Bidding 1. All bids are per item as set forth in the catalog, unless otherwise announced by the auctioneer. 2. Seller may combine or divide any item(s) at their sole discretion.

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WELCOME

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3. Auctioneer and Seller have the right to reject any bid at any time prior to the fall of the hammer without liability. If the Auctioneer decides that any opening does not correspond with the value of the article offered, the Auctioneer may reject the bid and withdraw the item from sale; and if, having acknowledged an opening bid, the Auctioneer decides that any advance thereafter is insufficient, the auctioneer may reject the advance. 4. No live auction bid shall be valid unless expressly acknowledged by the Auctioneer. 5. The highest Bidder acknowledged during the live or silent auction shall be the Purchaser and therein assumes full risk and responsibility. 6. By raising a bidder paddle or making a silent auction bid, the Bidder warrants that s/ he will pay the full purchase price if successful. 7. The Auctioneer shall have the absolute right to resolve any dispute, reoffer, resell, or withdraw the lot in question. If any dispute arises after the sale, the Seller’s sale records shall be conclusive in all respects. 8. All items offered for sale may be subject to a minimum price below which such lot will not be sold. That minimum price may be publicly stated or confidential. 9. Silent auction bid closing times will be posted. At close, the highest acknowledged Bidder shall be deemed to have purchased the item.

Item Pick Up and Shipping 1. Purchases must be picked up by the purchaser prior to leaving the venue at the conclusion of the Auction. Buyers will receive a receipt listing their purchases and after reviewing and approving the receipt, they will pick up their items. 2. Extremely large purchases or heavy items may be scheduled for pick-up or delivery by calling KIDS Center at 541-383-5958. 3. Any item(s) not removed from the venue by the above time will be held for three (3) weeks at KIDS Center, 1375 NW Kingston Ave, Bend, OR 97703. KIDS Center will make an attempt to contact the winning bidder. If the Bidder fails to retrieve the item(s) in question by the end of the three-week period, KIDS Center will assume the Bidder has abandoned the property and relinquished it to KIDS Center, treat the Bidder’s payment as a straight donation to KIDS Center and seek to make other use of the item(s) that the Bidder has abandoned. 4. Purchaser shall incur all shipping and insurance costs for items not picked up at the conclusion of the Auction. 5. Out-of-state Bidders shall be familiar with the laws of their locality since shipping regulations, especially those pertaining to beverages of alcoholic content, vary from state to state. 6. In the event of loss or damage to any item incurred in the course of its handling or storage during the auction event and before possession is taken by the Buyer, the Buyer will be compensated as follows: 1) if the item has not been paid for, the exact amount of the bid placed will be subtracted from the Buyer’s purchases; or 2) if the item has been paid for, the Buyer will receive a refund of that bid amount.

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Thank you KIDS Center for giving kids hope and helping them heal.

If it’s important to the community, it’s important to us.

Bank of the Cascades—soon to be First Interstate Bank—is proud to support KIDS Center's Cork & Barrel event. botc.com | Member FDIC

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KIDS Center


Making miracles happen every day for children and families

96.5% of caregivers agree that KIDS Center provided them with resources to support their children.

95% of MDT members believe that KIDS Center provides work on [child abuse] cases.

If caregivers knew anyone else dealing with a situation like the one their family faced, 95.7% would tell people about KIDS Center.

A mother recently told us, “Miracles happen at KIDS Center.” And it’s true. In 2016, more than 2,666 children, youth, and families in Central Oregon received vital services from KIDS Center, such as our child abuse assessments, family support, therapy services, and prevention and education trainings. Throughout this annual report, witness these miracles and the tremendous impact that KIDS Center services, from providing our Bridges to Healing Support Groups to achieving our tipping point goal of training over 5% of the population in the Darkness to Light’s: Stewards of Children® program. These miracles happen in part because children and families who come to KIDS Center tell us what they need—and we listen. Also, since 2011, we’ve participated in the National Outcome Measurement System (OMS)* project which helps child abuse intervention centers (CAICs), like KIDS Center, evaluate their programs to increase the quality of services provided to children and families and to received through this process, we’ve learned a lot from families. their children and family members, key community partners are supported by our collaborative navigate the impacts of abuse on their families. and resources for those who experience trauma. Thank you to our donors, community partners, support, and advocacy. Because of you, no child is ever turned away from KIDS Center, and every courageous family who calls us for help receives immediate support. And we will continue to be here, facilitating miracles, until child abuse is eliminated.


All KIDS Center services are provided at no cost to children and families. In partnership with local law enforcement, DHS-Child Welfare, Saving Grace, and the District children and their caregivers have participated in this new program. (more than 10,000 adults) in our families, schools, and youth-serving organizations with Darkness to Light: Stewards of Children® child sexual abuse prevention program. for “Karly’s Law,” which was passed by the Oregon State Legislature in 2007. The law mandates that within 48 hours. KIDS Center raises over 60% of its $2.5 MM annual operating budget from local individuals, corporate support, and private foundations. 25% of this is raised at Cork & Barrel.


KIDS Center

Investments in Events has grown by 11% over the last four years, realizing an increase by 18% in additional revenue.

Bridges to Healing was been made possible by the generosity of grants from multiple foundations and is being sustained by revenue from Cork & Barrel.

To meet the growing need, therapy services are expected to expand in 2017 & 2018. Over the last four years, provided support for more than 2,300 families.

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Each medical evaluation costs approx. $3,000. Insurance reimbursements equate to less than 20% of the actual cost.


KIDS Center Team

KIDS Center is honored to list our outstanding Board of Directors, Advisory Councils, and Staff. Thank you for your commitment to kids!

Justin Phillips, Chair Dr. Jeff Absalon, Vice-Chair Ginny Haarberg, Treasurer David DeRose, Secretary Molly Carroll Ali Dietz David Gilmore

Margi Heater Joel Hoff Dr. Megan Karnopp Eric King Jay Mathisen Sue McWilliams Stacy Neil

Annie Nelson Jason NuĂąez-Mooney Jeff Paterson Eric Roach Dr. Blair Struble Dr. Shilo Tippett Daina Vitolins

KIDS Center

Board of Directors

Advisory Councils Deschutes Co. Tammy Baney Shannon Bauhofer Lilian Chu Patti Craveiro Dick Donaca Joanne Donaca Jim Dover Chris Gardner Ted Hetzel

Janet Hiatt Teresa Hogue Linda Huston Andy Jordan Sue Shepardson Bob Smit Marda Stoliar Diana Tomseth Jan Wick

Crook Co.

Jefferson Co.

Terri Andreasen Mona Boyd Eric Bush Kim Bush Muriel DeLaVergne-Brown Joel Hoff Wendy Perrin Daina Vitolins

Ken Clark Heather Crow-Martinez Cindy Hess-Mondoy Barbara Ibrahim Michelle Ramos Nancy Seyler Shilo Tippett

KIDS Center Staff Gabrielle Allender Robin Antonson Molly Bean Kim Bohme Carrie Burleigh Melissa Butterfield Kristin Campbell Rosa Cendejas Cynthia Clark*

Kim Goldstein Michelle Googins* Carla Grinuck-Wood Joni Gullixson Dr. Guitar Hanna Jill Hartley Barbara Hendrix Rachel Kane Emily Kotaich

Julia Lafferty Rachel McWilliams* James O’Farrell* Andraya Offutt Maryellen Parker Victoria Pitts Amy Richardson* Charissa Roberts Lisa Schaub

Shelly Smith Ginger Theis-Stevens Terra Tyger Rachel Visser Holly West Sarah Wolcott

*Deschutes County Behavioral Health Employees

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Wine & Food


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A Taste of the Pacific NW Walla Walla

WINE & FOOD

Loosely translated as the land of “many waters” from indigenous peoples’ language, Walla Walla, Washington is a bucolic, agricultural hamlet nestled against the foothills of the Blue Mountains. More than 100 wineries call Walla Walla home – with sweeping wheat fields, award-winning wines, and almost 3000 acres under vineyard production, the Walla Walla region buzzes with wine activity.

Willamette Valley The Willamette Valley, encompassing a large swath of acreage from Portland and all the way to Eugene, naturally bound by the mighty Columbia River on the north and the Calapooya Mountains to the south, is Oregon’s largest, recognizable winegrape growing region. Synonymous with “quality”, the Willamette Valley contains almost 20,000 acres of vineyards and a little over 70% of the state’s total vineyard production. Considered a “cool climate” growing region, the Willamette Valley benefits from an international reputation as a top-notch producer of Pinot Noir.

Columbia Gorge Columbia Gorge wine country straddles both sides of the Columbia River and in both Washington state and Oregon. Affectionately referred to as “A World of Wine in 40 Miles” due to its unique topography and climate changes, the Columbia Gorge is a wildly diverse wine region that contains a combination of climates, soils, elevation, and geology. Over 30 wineries are found in the Columbia Gorge area and just as many grape varietals are grown there.

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Caprio Cellars

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A love for wine has been in owner/ winemaker Dennis Murphy’s family since before he was born. His ancestors viewed wine as simply an essential part of daily life. Sanitella, Murphy’s great grandmother, knew each family in her small Italian neighborhood by their homemade wine. Murphy hopes to honor the tradition his family has had with wine for over a century with Caprio Cellars. Caprio’s estate vineyards in the heart of Walla Walla, Washington, provide premium quality fruit to produce Bordeaux-style red wines. The Eleanor estate vineyard, planted in 2006, is named in honor of Murphy’s grandmother. The 22-acre hillside vineyard, Octave, is co-owned by Murphy with several of Walla Walla’s best winemakers.

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Doubleback

For former NFL Quarterback Drew Bledsoe, owning a winery has been a longtime aspiration that allows him to combine his passion for fine wine and love of the Walla Walla Valley, his home stomping grounds. Drew returned in 2007 to plant his original estate vineyard, McQueen. The following year, Drew launched Doubleback, an estate-focused winery with the goal to produce world-class Cabernet Sauvignon. To make this dream a reality, Drew collaborated with childhood friend, Chris Figgins of Leonetti Cellar, who trained current winemaker, Josh McDaniels. McDaniels was born and raised in Walla Walla and at an early age fell in love with the wine industry. He is the lead winemaker and general manager for Doubleback today.

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Double Canyon Vineyard The Double Canyon vineyard site is nestled in the heart of the Horse Heaven Hills AVA, an expansive grape growing region in southeastern Washington. Characterized by a dry, desert landscape, persistent winds, and undulating elevation, there are pockets of different microclimates scattered throughout the region. Double Canyon Vineyard vines are managed by the man who grew up across the street from the vineyard, who planted the vines himself, all by hand. New winemaker Kate Michaud comes to Double Canyon Winery with 14 years of wine experience under her belt, critical praise for the wines she makes, and global experiences that have allowed her to fine-tune the many nuances of winemaking.

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Dumas Station Wines

“Just two guys from Walla Walla, making wine at an old train station, one barrel at a time.” —Jay DeWitt and Doug Harvey Dumas Station Wines was started in 2003 by two Walla Walla natives, Jay DeWitt and Doug Harvey, after a few years of making wine in a garage. Winemaker Jay DeWitt calls himself a “recovering wheat farmer,” while his partner Doug Harvey is a “recovering attorney.” Dumas Station isn’t known as a fancy winery with lots of high-tech equipment; Jay and Doug rely on friends and family for help with the harvest. They spend the rest of the year racking the wine, one oak barrel at a time. Doug’s daughter Ali, the marketing director, is here to pour with her husband Ryan, who is studying to be their new winemaker.

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Gramercy Cellars

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Gramercy Cellars was founded in 2005 by Master Sommelier Greg Harrington and his wife, Pam, to make Rhône- and Bordeaux-based wines in Washington State. Gramercy’s philosophy is simple: to develop or partner with the best vineyards; harvest ripe, not overripe, grapes; intervene minimally in the winemaking process; and use as little new oak as possible. Co-winemaker and Gramercy Cellars partner, Brandon Moss, grew up in the Walla Walla Valley on a small family farm and made his way to Oregon State University with an eye on becoming a winemaker. Brandon made his way back to Walla Walla to work in the appellation he knew so well, and where new and exciting wines were being produced.

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Seven Hills Winery

Located in the heart of Walla Walla, Seven Hills Winery is one of the region’s oldest and most respected wineries. As a fourth-generation farmer who worked alongside his father to plant the famed Seven Hills Vineyard, founder and winemaker, Casey McClellan, played an important role in the viticultural history of the Walla Walla Valley appellation. Seven Hills has built relationships with Washington’s finest winegrowers and sources fruit from the same coveted old-vine blocks and rows year after year. Using these storied grapes, Seven Hills Winery has developed a style known for balancing structure and grace. With restrained oak, bright acidity and pure varietal flavors, these terroir-inspired wines are recognized as some of the finest coming out of the Northwest.

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Va Piano Vineyards Chi Va Piano Va Sano e Va Lontano. This old Italian proverb means “He who goes slowly, goes safely and goes far.” This is Justin Wylie’s philosophy with Va Piano Vineyards. A fourth-generation Walla Wallan, Justin started making wine in his garage, learning from local winemakers, growers, and aficionados. Va Piano wines display intense flavors, fine tannin structure, and intense aromas: quintessential Washington State characteristics. Most grapes used by Va Piano Vineyards are estate grown, and Justin continues to source grapes from carefully chosen vineyards across the region, as fruit from different soil profiles creates more complex wines. As Wylie says, “What most winemakers don’t want you to know is that 80% of what’s in the bottles starts in the vineyard, and the other 20% is not screwing it up!”

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Adelsheim Vineyard

WINE & FOOD

Adelsheim Vineyard was founded with an optimistic spirit and a lofty dream: to create world class wines in an undiscovered wine region, the Chehalem Mountains of Oregon. At our core is a desire to honor and be good stewards of our abundant land. This commitment, nearly 50 years strong, is reflected in our certified sustainable vineyards and wines. Winemaker Dave Paige joined Adelsheim in 2002. He and founder David Adelsheim have a shared belief that restrained winemaking methods lead to greater complexity and balance. The two Chehalem Mountains wines showcased at Cork & Barrel are intended to be a true discovery of what qualities would emerge by blending fruit from several vineyard sites with different soils at different elevations within the Chehalem Mountains AVA.

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Angela Estate Vineyards

Angela Estate is a small family winery in Oregon with an international pedigree. The winery is a collaboration between second-generation South African winery owners Antony and Angela Beck and winemaker Ken Wright. Angela Estate specializes in producing single-vineyard, estate Pinot Noirs from the Yamhill-Carlton AVA in the Willamette Valley. Beck feels that Oregon is the best place in the US to produce world-class Pinot Noir. He named the winery after his wife and partner of more than 20 years, Angela. Angela Estate Vineyard totals 34 acres of Pinot Noir in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA. It was planted in consistent soil depths that meet ancient marine sediments, a key to the vineyard’s success in producing exceptional fruit. Angela Estate was listed as one of “eight new names to know” in Oregon by Wine Spectator in 2015.

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Archery Summit Winery Traditional winemaking techniques as well as Pinot-centric technological innovations are embraced at Archery Summit, housed in bucolic Oregon wine country just outside of Dundee. Hand-farming and harvesting are among the painstaking efforts taken by the winery, which also implements organic farming practices, including a biodynamic approach at the Renegade Ridge Estate vineyard. Archery Summit boasts an accomplished team of Pinot Noir experts, led by winemaker and general manager, Chris Mazepink. Having worked exclusively with Oregon Pinot Noir over the years, Chris came to Archery Summit in 2013, anxious to expand its own world-renowned wine program.

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L’Angolo Estate

Situated on a quiet road in the famed Dundee Hills AVA, L’Angolo Estate is a family-owned and operated boutique winery that produces estate-grown Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Owners Hollings and Lou Renton planted the twenty-four-acre vineyard with their son Chase, who is the winemaker and general manager of the estate. From its organic farming practices and traditional winemaking methods, to the clean, modern design of its tasting room, the winery’s goal is to offer an experience of effortless, natural beauty. Chase originally learned to make wine in Italy, and followed his training there with harvests in Burgundy, California, and the Willamette Valley. Inspired by the elegance and restraint of great Old World wines, he applies meticulous craft to reveal the focus and finesse of the estate vineyard.

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Willamette Valley Vineyards

AniChe Cellars

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Founder Jim Bernau began planting in 1983. His passion was to make Pinot Noir that would be a classic, elegant representation of the Willamette Valley growing region. In the beginning, he hand-watered the vines with 17 lengths of 75-foot garden hose! Willamette Valley Vineyards has collaboratively grown its estate vineyards through partnerships like the mergers with Oregon wine industry pioneer Bill Fuller of Tualatin Vineyards (established in 1973), the O’Briens of Elton Vineyard (established in 1983) and the Loeza Vineyard (planted in 2015). Assistant Winemaker Gabi Prefontaine, a Quebec native with a master’s in Viticulture and Enology from Burgundy University in Dijon, has global winemaking experiences that span from Tasmania to France.

Columbia Gorge

Started in 2009, AniChe Cellars has become a bastion of artisan wines in the bucolic Columbia River Gorge region of Washington State. The wines are beholden to traditions in European-style blends while forging new pathways for intrepid wine consumers. An all-female wine-making team meticulously crafts wines with little manipulation, knowing that the true divinity in wine is born in the humility of the vineyard. At AniChe Cellars, care is taken to preserve the nature of vintage and character of terroir with little concern for the rapacious pursuit of scores. Altogether, their wines represent the grace and awe of art and nature as we can best understand it, and we endeavor to partner with palates interested in the pursuit of beauty in small pleasures.

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Maryhill Winery Maryhill is perched on the Washington side of the Columbia River, against the stunning backdrop of Mt. Hood. For owners, Craig and Vicki Leuthold, winemaking isn’t about lifted noses or highbrow personalities; it is about sourcing the best grapes and treating them with passion, patience, and balance. Winemaker Richard Batchelor is acclaimed for his extensive knowledge of viticulture and passion for making amazing wines full of intense flavors and complexity. He joined the team in 2009 and is responsible for directing all production activities at the winery including winemaking, bottling, vineyard and grower relations, and harvest coordination. Batchelor holds a postgraduate degree in Viticulture and Enology from his homeland in New Zealand and was awarded 2013 Winemaker of the Year by Indy International Wine Competition.

Memaloose/Idiot’s Grace

Columbia Gorge

Memaloose and Idiot’s Grace are the production of a small, family-owned estate winery in the Columbia Gorge. Their plots—established in 2003 and overlooking the river from both the Oregon and Washington sides—are farmed organically with imagination and humility. The wines, wild-fermented and unposturing, seek originality from this dramatic growing region. Memaloose reds, whites, and rosés take their inspiration from the Rhone, while the array of Idiot’s Grace offerings reflects restless work to match grape to place.

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Phelps Creek Vineyards

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Robert (Bob) Morus, founder of Phelps Creek Vineyards, moved to Hood River in 1989 with the expressed goal of raising wine grapes and kids. With a heart full of passion and an extremely helpful wine growing community, Bob’s dream became a reality. Today, the family-run estate vineyards consist of 32 acres, specializing in Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Phelps Creek’s Director of Winemaking, Alexandrine Roy, has been with Phelps Creek ever since visiting the Columbia Gorge in 2007. Her passion for winemaking matches and pairs with Bob’s field employees’ devotion to growing the finest Pinot Noir in the Columbia Gorge. Since 2007, Phelps Creek has enjoyed annual reviews by Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, with glowing commentary on its transoceanic experiment.

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Wines I Loved

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Have a favorite? Jot it down here!

Taste a wine you loved?

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WINE & FOOD

Featured Brewery

Crux Fermentation Project

We’re Crux Fermentation Project—housed in a former AAMCO Transmission Plant and inspired by our location right in the heart of Bend, Oregon. Brewer-owned and operated, Crux is built for nontraditional brewing methods like decoction mashing, open fermentation and barrel aging, and for leveraging the limitless possibilities that wild yeast strains and experimental hops present. Founder and master brewer, Larry Sidor, puts his 40-plus years of experience in the industry to work every day, procuring only the best ingredients in his pursuit of the next great beer.

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Chef Steve Helt

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Zydeco Kitchen & Cocktails and Bistro 28, Bend

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The appetizers at the Grand Cru gala fundraiser are provided by Zydeco Kitchen & Cocktails and Bistro 28 and Chef/Owner, Steve Helt. Chef Steve Helt began cooking professionally at the age of 16. Armed with a Hotel Restaurant Institution Management degree from Michigan State University, he added many experiences to his résumé, including managing Houston’s and J. Alexander’s Restaurants all across the country. He ended his corporate career in 2004 to open his own restaurant in Bend—Zydeco Kitchen & Cocktails. Zydeco is a “from scratch” kitchen, focusing on healthy, local ingredients, and influenced by flavor profiles from the South. Together with his wife, Cheri, Chef Steve Helt opened Bistro 28 which provides another wonderful, local dining opportunity.


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Chef John Eisenhart

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Nel Centro, Portland John Eisenhart enrolled in San Francisco’s California Culinary Academy and then graduated to the fabled kitchens of San Francisco’s Aqua and Masa’s, eventually moving to New York to work at La Grenouille. Having gained a reputation of his own, John earned the coveted position of Sous Chef at Babbo and the chance to study at the clogs of Mario Batali. It was Batali who sent John on a yearlong culinary tour through Italy, where he furthered his culinary training in Lucca, Venice, and Alba. More importantly, John discovered that the slower pace of life in Italy was in his blood, and he could no longer live in New York. Now, with a strong resume and reputation, John chose Portland for his next home, where he was drawn by the people, the pace and the fresh, local produce of Oregon. John served as Executive Chef at Pazzo in 2003 and transferred his talents to Nel Centro in 2015 for esteemed chef and restaurateur David Machado.

Chef George Tate

Tate & Tate Catering, Bend

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George’s passion for food has followed him throughout his life. From his first taste as a restaurateur at Redmond’s old 86 Corral, and days spent sharpening his skills at the Culinary Institute of America, to achieving stature as Executive Chef at Portland’s esteemed Heathman Hotel, George simply loves to cook. George and his wife, Barbara, are heartfelt supporters of their Central Oregon community and are thrilled to support KIDS Center through Cork & Barrel. They are working in tandem with Chef John Eisenhart of Nel Centro restaurant in Portland to execute the Grand Cru dinner at Cork & Barrel.


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DINNER MENU Soup

Tomato-Melon with Nigella In the glass: Archery Summit Willamette Valley Vireton Pinot Gris 2015 Beer Option: Crux Pilsner

Salad

Social

WINE & FOOD

Farm Greens & Wild Herbs, Almond, Blueberry, Sauvignon Blanc In the glass: Bledsoe Family Winery Walla Walla Valley Elizabeth Chardonnay 2016 Beer Option: Gimme Mo IPA

Hazelnut Goat Cheese, Manchego & Lomo, Rice Crackers & Fig-Raspberry Compote In the glass: Phelps Creek Columbia Gorge Pinot Noir 2014 Beer Option: [Banished] In the Pocket Saison

Main

Fennel- Roasted Sturgeon Fillets, Local Tomatoes, Black Barley & Grilled Escarole, Umbrian Olive oil In the glass: Va Piano Vineyards Walla Walla Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 Beer Option: Crux Farmhouse Saison Ale Vegetarian Option: Local Tomato, Wild Rice & Rapini Papillote

Dessert

Buttermilk Poundcake, Marinated Stonefruit, Anise Hyssop Sugar In the glass: Seven Hills Winery Columbia Valley Merlot 2015 Please note: If you desire Crux Fermentation Project beer pairings rather than wine, advance notice is required. Call 541.383.5958

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For the community that believes in itself, there’s a bank that does, too.

At U.S. Bank, we’re dedicated to helping improve the lives of those in our community, because when people come together with a common goal, the impossible suddenly becomes possible. The Central & Eastern Oregon Commercial Banking Team is proud to support Cork & Barrel Grand Cru benefiting KIDS Center Dave DeRose Commercial Banking Manager 550 NW Franklin Ave. Suite 468 Bend, OR 97703 541.633.1985 Equal Housing Lender. Credit products offered by U.S. Bank National Association. Deposit products offered by U.S. Bank National Association. Member FDIC ©2015 U.S. Bank

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Fun Ways to Give


Party Boards

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Poker Night

at Deschutes Brewery’s Mountain Room Thursday, October 19, 2017 6-10pm Feeling lucky? Join in the fun and secure a seat to an exclusive poker night! Snag one of the 40 seats to this night of fun and friends and support KIDS Center with your seat purchase. Heavy hors d’ oeuvres and Deschutes Brewery beer are provided! Limit one $30 buy-in. $100 per person

FUN WAYS TO GIVE

Purchase your seat at Cork & Barrel events, or to pre-buy your seat, contact Ginger at gtstevens@kidscenter.org Limited to 40 players.

Exclusive Wine Experience at Va Piano in Bend Thursday, September 14, 2017 6-8pm

Va Piano Vineyards is a big supporter of KIDS Center and we look forward to celebrating with them, in style, at their tasting room in the Old Mill District of Bend. This evening includes wine and hors d’ oeuvres and a professionally-led wine tasting with local wine gal Friday, Sarah Wolcott. All complemented by the sumptuous surroundings of the Va Piano Vineyards tasting room in Bend, Oregon! Limited to 40 seats. $100 per person

Purchase your seat at Cork & Barrel events, or to pre-buy your seat, contact Ginger at gtstevens@kidscenter.org

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Golden Paddle Sponsored by: Once again, we are pleased to bring you the incredible Cork & Barrel Golden Paddle.

Purchase a raffle ticket for a chance to win a magical Golden Paddle worth up to $5,000 in the live auction! That’s right, you win this raffle and you can raise your paddle all night, until it runs out of funds. Previous winners have used their Golden paddle to pickup a VIP table for a future year, a trip to the Caribbean and a VIP Blazers weekend! Purchase tickets at the Golden Paddle Table or from our wandering raffle ticket hosts. They won’t be hard to spot!

Pull a cork and win a mystery bottle of wine! $25 per pull. Wine values range from $10 - $200. What will you win?

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Mystery Wine Pull

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Kathy Kingston Auctioneer

An award-winning leader in fundraising auctions, professional auctioneer and consultant, Kathy Kingston has raised millions of dollars for nonprofit organizations across the country for over 28 years. She founded Kingston Auction Company in 1986. Specializing in benefit auctions, she consistently empowers nonprofit and educational organizations to exceed their fundraising goals and offers a wealth of practical strategies for revenue enhancement and donor engagement. Kingston Auction Company is the premier resource for record-breaking fundraising auctioneers, education & strategies.

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Kathy Kingston is passionate about fundraising. She plays an active role in philanthropy as she donates profits from Kingston Auction Company to a myriad of non profit organizations and to the The Kingston Fund. KIDS Center is delighted to partner with Kathy this year!

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and Wine Pairings for 8 by 1 BosDinner Taurus and Good Drop Wine Shoppe Brand new to the ever-popular Bend downtown scene, Bos Taurus is the place to go for the perfect steak. Plan to savor every bite of this exclusive and delectable evening for eight!

Tantalize your taste buds with the creations of Bos Taurus Chef George, as he prepares 5 courses, many on a custom cast-iron slab. Unique to Bos Taurus is its open-air kitchen, to further ensure nothing but the best for guests.

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The Bos Taurus dining experience aims to please to the highest degree. Fine wine pairings will be provided by the Good Drop Wine Shoppe to make for an exquisite dining experience. This luxurious package will provide a memorable evening of food, wine, and friends, artfully presented in the upstairs area at Bos Taurus in downtown Bend.

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Dinner and Wine Pairings for 8 by Bos Taurus and Good Drop Wine Shoppe (continued)

Menu as follows: Course 1 Big Eye Tuna Tartare/Traditional Garnish/Dijon Crème Fraiche/ Buckwheat Tuile Course 2 Baby Beet Salad/Dungeness Crab/Puffed Quinoa/Avocado/Candied Hazelnuts/Chilies/Charred Grapefruit Vinaigrette Course 3 Hand Cut Fettuccini/Australian Black Winter Truffle/Parmigianino/ Meyer Lemon/Shaved Chives Course 4 7X Ranch Wagyu NYS/Heirloom Tomatoes/Sweet corn/Chanterelle Mushrooms/Lobster-Foie Gras Emulsion Canape course cleansers: Netarts Bay Oyster on the Half Shell/Smoked Sturgeon Caviar/Red Onion/Fresno

Dessert Strawberry Shorty/Fennel Short Cake/Local Strawberries/White Chocolate Semifreddo

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Chili/Tonic 04 Foie Gras Ganache/Sour Cherry/Scallion/Radish/Bos Toast Almond Gazpacho/Wilted Grapes/Fines Herbs

Please note: Contact Bos Taurus at least two weeks in advance to confirm mutually agreeable event date, Sunday through Thursday, good through 7/22/18. Includes paired/ served wine and food from Bos Taurus and Good Drop Wine Shoppe. Certificate excludes additional items, additional liquor and, gratuity.

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Cayuse Vineyards 6-Year Vertical of Bionic Frog Syrah

This wine lot represents the remarkable opportunity to immediately establish a collection of six, consecutive years of some of the most highly rated wines from Washington state. Cayuse, founded by France native, Christophe Baron, who deftly turned a field of stones into Cayuse Vineyards in the Walla Walla AVA, is considered one of the toughest wine mailing lists in the nation to crack. We are incredibly pleased to be able to offer this vertical of wines, ranging from 2005 to 2010. All Cayuse Bionic Frog Syrah wines in the series obtained a minimum of 95 points by major wine publications - the 2010 achieved a 100-point score by Robert Parker of the Wine Advocate; the 2006 vintage, a 99-point score by Parker. The 2008 achieved 100 points by Wine Enthusiast.

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These wines, generously donated by a longtime KIDS Center supporter and oenophile, have been stored appropriately since their original purchase- the ability to be able to obtain these wines as a pre-packaged collection adds significant value to the wine lover looking for a prized lot of wine from Cayuse. Cayuse Bionic Frog Syrah 2005 Cayuse Bionic Frog Syrah 2006 Cayuse Bionic Frog Syrah 2007 Cayuse Bionic Frog Syrah 2008 Cayuse Bionic Frog Syrah 2009 Cayuse Bionic Frog Syrah 2010 Contributed by: Bob & Carolyn Dietz

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Cortona, Italy... 7-Night Tuscan Holiday for 4!

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Enjoy seven nights for four people in beautiful Cortona! Nestled in a hamlet, right below the Cortona city walls, you will stay at the gorgeous Casa Sogni, which was a convent until the late 1950s. This exquisite and historic house has a restored, modern interior, and the exterior is several hundred years old, restored in the past 10 years. Furnishings in this three-level layout include both modern and antique pieces. Bathrooms feature chrome lighting and hydro-massage. A beautiful enclosed garden with French doors gives way to panoramic views of the city and the entire valley. The enchanting garden features an olive grove, with trees over 200 years old. The view of the valley, Lake Trasimeno and the Cortona hillside is spectacular. The garden and view combined makes for an enchanting respite and Tuscan holiday! Take in the views, gardens, history, wines, and food of Tuscany as you explore, indulge, and relax! Cortona is a 3,000-year-old Etruscan hill town conveniently situated between Florence and Rome. Cortona was made famous by the book turned movie “Under the Tuscan Sun.�

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Along with its incredible physical beauty and views of the valley and Lake Trasimeno below, Cortona offers an array of fine restaurants and shops. The town also boasts two museums, numerous churches and historical sights. It truly is a magical place to explore! Tuscan holiday, anyone? Please note: Parking is close by the house, and a walk to town is just 10 minutes. Cortona is an ancient, walled hill town with many stairs, steep streets, limited driving/parking and no elevators or handicap accommodations. Please be advised if you have mobility issues. Reservations to be made through Sojourn Ventures, travel@sojourn-ventures.com, based upon availability and are a Saturday to Saturday stay. Good January 2018 - January 2020.

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ROLEX Bringing Back a Timeless Classic!

Own a piece of history–announcing the new Rolex, the Oyster Perpetual Air-King! Updated for the modern wearer but keeping with the aesthetics of the 1950s model, the new Oyster Perpetual Air-King perpetuates the aeronautical heritage of the original Rolex Oyster. It pays tribute to the pioneers of flight and the Oyster’s role in the epic story of aviation, with its 40 mm case in 904L steel, solid-link Oyster bracelet with Oysterclasp and distinctive black dial. Model Features: • 904L Stainless Steel: Rolex uses 904L stainless steel for its steel watch cases. 904L is mainly used in the hightechnology, aerospace, and chemical industries, where maximum resistance to corrosion is essential. A superalloy, 904L is extremely resistant and highly polishable. • Black Dial: The Air-King features a distinctive black dial, with a combination of large 3, 6, and 9 numerals marking the hours and a prominent minute scale for navigational time readings. It bears the name Air-King in the same lettering that was specially designed for the model in the 1950s.

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• Oyster Bracelet: The Oyster bracelet is equipped with an Oysterclasp and the Easylink comfort extension link, also exclusive to Rolex. This ingenious system allows the wearer to increase the bracelet length by approximately 5 mm, providing additional comfort in any circumstance. • 3131 movement: The Air-King is equipped with calibre 3131, a self-winding mechanical movement entirely developed and manufactured by Rolex. Like all Rolex Perpetual movements, the 3131 is a certified Swiss chronometer.

This watch embodies the timeless form and function of a Rolex Oyster Perpetual, marked by a universal and classic style. Wear, love and treasure the simplicity of an original!

Please note: Contact Saxon’s Fine Jewelers to redeem watch by December 2017, no cash value.

Contributed by: Friends of KIDS Center, Saxon’s Fine Jewelers

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Unveiling the 2018 Cork & Barrel Wine Region!

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A secret until Cork & Barrel 2017, this package will be announced LIVE on July 22, 2017 to unveil what wine region will be joining us under the tent at next year’s Cork & Barrel!

A trip to the new wine region is up for bids!

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Plan for fabulous wine tasting, blissful lodging, scrumptious dining and behind-the-scenes, unique experiences at some of the region’s best wineries. Let the bidding begin!

Please note: KIDS Center will assist you with your lodging, winery schedule and booking. Good through 7/2018.

Contributed by: The 2018 Cork & Barrel Wine Region

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The Magic of South Africa

Photo Safari Tour for 2, for 6 Magical Days and Nights South African Photo Safari Tour for two at Zulu Nyala Heritage Safari Lodge! For the experience of a lifetime, two people will enjoy luxury accommodations, delicious meals prepared daily by local African chefs and two open-air Land Cruiser game drives daily with experienced guides.

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Spend six days and six nights at the Zulu Nyala Heritage Safari Lodge or the Tented Camp. Experience elephants, rhinos, leopards, Cape buffalo, crocodiles, cheetahs, giraffes, hippos, zebras, nyala, kudus, and over 400 species of birds! Situated near Hluhluwe, KwaZulu, South Africa, where the movie “I Dreamed of Africa” was filmed, enjoy a tantalizing taste of the wild in the heart of one of Africa’s richest conservation regions … and photos to last a lifetime!

Please note: Six night stay at Zulu Nyaya Heritage Safari Lodge and/or Tented Camp, depending upon availability. Two game viewing drives per day. Trip is valid for two years from date of purchase; excludes airfare. Meals per day as follows: Day 1 : Lunch and Dinner, Days 2-6: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, Day 7 : Breakfast

Contributed by: Friends of KIDS Center

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Junior Membership at Tetherow, Plus One Year of Dues!

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A Junior Executive Non-Resident Membership at Tetherow provides all membership benefits as long as one adult in the family is under age 46. Junior Executive Non-Resident Membership includes golf with preferred tee times and discounted green fees for guests, plus access to the brandnew Tetherow Sport fitness center and spa. The membership also includes special rates at Tetherow Lodges, 20% off golf lessons, 20% off Tetherow food and beverages, 20% off Golf Shop Merchandise, a Complimentary Family Cart Pass ($850), 50% off hover board rental, a locker ($175) and bag storage ($150). Also included are complementary room rental in the Tetherow Club House and participation in all member events and programs. This package includes one year of prepaid dues ($509 per month, $6,108 annually) and the $2,000 membership deposit (for a total package value of $8,108). And, $2000 membership deposit will go toward buy in.

Please note: Available to individuals and families with at least one adult under the age of 46. First year of dues included and paid by Tetherow. Each year after year one, annual dues of $6,108 would be needed to keep membership active, with $1,000 of the annual dues going toward $30,000 buy in. After age 46, annual dues remain the same ($6,108 per year) but buy-in fee of $30,000 must be met by age 50. Funds will build up toward buy-in fee at $1,000 per year, and $2,000 deposit will go toward buy in. To activate membership benefits, contact Meghann Griffiths at Tetherow. To schedule golf fitting and golf lesson, contact Mike Lewis at Tetherow. Complimentary cart pass, locker and bag storage is good for year one.

Contributed by: Tetherow Golf Club, Meghann Griffiths, Brendan Leary, Jean Swanson, Erin and Chris Van der Velde

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Plus receive a complimentary fitting and golf lesson from Tetherow Director of Instruction Mike Lewis! To take home tonight–Tetherow Bag Tags that can be personalized.

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The Wall of Wine

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You saw the Wall of Wine upon arrival and noted the incredible 60-bottle selection. Now is your time to bid and take these beauties home! Each bottle in this lot is valued over $50!

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777 Napa Cabernet Sauvignon 2007 Ocean Eight Aylward Pinot Noir 2012 Abacus Cabernet Sauvignon, blend of three vintages Alta Reserve Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 Archery Summit Premier Cuvee Pinot Noir 2012 Bergstrom Le Pre de Col Pinot Noir 2012 Beringer Quantum 2010 Chateau Duhart Milon Pauillac France 2000 Chateau Montelena Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 Chateau Suduiraut Sauternes 1970 Chehalem Ridgecrest Pinot Noir 2011 Corliss Columbia Valley Red 2009 Domaine Serene Yamhill Cuvee Pinot Noir 2011 Domaine Drouhin Dundee Hills Pinot Noir 2012 Domaine Serene Evanstad Chardonnay 2012 Domaine Serene Jerusalem Hill Pinot Noir 2012 Doubleback Walla Walla Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 Drouhin Oregon Rose Rock Zephirine Pinot Noir 2014 Drouhin Oregon Rose Rock Zephirine Pinot Noir 2014 Duckhorn Merlot 2011 Duckhorn Merlot 2011 Emmolo Merlot 2014 Escarpment Kiwa Pinot Noir 2014 Escarpment Pahi Pinot Noir 2014 Escarpment Pahi Pinot Noir 2014 Faust Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 Figgins Estate Walla Walla Valley Red Wine 2009 Magnum Garnet Vineyards Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir 2012 Magnum


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A special thanks to Stan Fridstein for the curation of this awesome collection! Contributed by: David & Dolly Andersen, Steve & Pam Cappy, Robert & Kim Carrick, Charlie & Nancy Coe, Carl Davis, Bill & Norma DuBois, Bogdan & Lea Dziurzynski, Stan & Gail Fridstein, Frank and Sue Gibson, Kip & Bev Gladder, John & Ann Griswold, Bruce & Tyan Grout, Leon & Sue Handley, Steve & Marcia Harrison, Robert & Lynn Keener, Howard & Marcia Koff, Frank Lemma, Doug & Linda Lonergan, Michael & Tressi Potter, Bill & Susan Michel, Larry & Carole Ann Milton, Devin & Wendy Moore, William & Natacha Price, Bob Richards, Rodney Strong Vineyards, Ken & Betsy Roering, Barry & Ann Schnabel, Alison & Richard Sutter, Ralph & Marcia Uri, Ron Wolff

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Hanson Williamette Valley Pinot Noir 2011 Hawkes Winery Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 J.Bookwalter Protagonist 2006 Joseph Cellars Calistoga Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 Joseph Cellars Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 Juslyn Vineyards Napa Valley Rescue Red 2011 Kaena Grenache 2014 Ken Wright Shea Vineyard Pinot Noir 2015 Ledson Petite Syrah 2012 Leonetti Walla Walla Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 Maroon Vineyard Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2007 Maroon Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2009 Matias Ferrington Vineyard Pinot Noir 2013 Ken Wright Cellars Meredith Mitchell Vineyard Pinot Noir 2008 MW Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2006 Notre Vin Wines Cabernet Sauvignon 2007 Passing Time Horse Heaven Hills Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 Pianetta Red Blend 2008 Relic Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 Relic Napa Valley Ritual Red 2011 Robert Foley Vineyards Napa Valley Claret 2007 Rodney Strong Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 Magnum The Prisoner Wine Company Saldo Zinfandel 2015 San Polo Brunello Di Montalcino DOCG 2011 Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 Talley Vineyards Rincon Pinot Noir Estate 2014 Magnum Ten Acre Winery Russian River Valley Pinot Noir 2012 The Prisoner Wine Company Napa Valley Red 2015 Vellum Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2008 Vellum Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2008 Von Strasser Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2008 Zotovich SRH Pinot Noir 2012

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Monaco Grand Prix 2018 Experience for 4

Ladies and gentleman…Start your engines!!! Week-long stay in Villefranche-sur-Mer and tickets to the 2018 Monaco Grand Prix for 4, courtesy of Porsche of Bend and Avion Water Company! Reservations for May 22May 29, 2018 and Monaco Grand Prix Race tickets on Sunday, May 27, 2018. Enjoy superb race day views and breathtaking lodging accommodations right on the water at the ‘Plage Privee’ overlooking “one of the most beautiful bays in the world!”

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Upon arrival, unwind with a locally prepared dinner and fabulous wine at the Plage Privee. Experience an exclusive Riviera Picnic Boat ride down the coast to Monaco, sip on fine French wine, and attend an exclusive race event at a 400 year old “cave” in downtown Villefranche-sur-Mer, plus exquisite dining opportunitiesthis is a bucket list MUST for car lovers and travel enthusiasts alike!

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Please note: Lodging dates: May 22-29, 2018; Race Day Tickets: May 27, 2018, airfare not included. Contact KIDS Center to coordinate local catered dinner, boat ride, exclusive race event, race tickets and for assistance arranging any additional dining experiences. KIDS Center also has an experienced Grand Prix contact who will be available to ensure race experiences are top notch!

Contributed by: Avion Water Company, Porsche of Bend, Riviera Experience

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900 Wall Wine Dinner for 8

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Savor the flavorful creations of a 900 Wall five-course dinner for eight and experience phenomenal wine pairings from the 900 Wall wine list. You and your guests will revel in the thoughtfully paired food and wine courses with a professionally guided wine tasting. This package is a Cork & Barrel classic, returning for the third time, and it is sure to delight friends, family and clients alike. This wine-and-dine event is an always-popular entertainment experience, as menus are seasonally inspired, responsibly sourced, and created with the highest quality ingredients.

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Let Chef Cliff Eslinger, one of the 10 best regional chefs in the Best Chefs America book, share his passion through a cuisine that you and your guests will delight in! 900 Wall’s dedication to their wine program has garnered them the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence three years in a row!

Please note: Contact 900 Wall to schedule. Reservations must be made on a mutually agreeable date and 45 days in advance. Good through 7/22/18.

Contributed by: 900 Wall Restaurant

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11 Walla Walla Wine Country Trip for 4

Thanks to a truly unique combination of climate, character, charm and culture, the Walla Walla Valley has become home to one of the finest wine regions in the nation, with more than 100 wineries and 2,800 acres of grapes. This Walla Walla Wine Country trip for 4 people, for 2 nights, includes a tour and tasting of a gravity-flow winery at Pepper Bridge Winery, plus a “Vine to Wine” tour and tasting at Amavi Cellars! After you have tasted and toured till your hearts content, rest easy at the Marcus Whitman hotel where you have a 2 night stay with 2 rooms (for 4 people).

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Plus, experience an exclusive Winemaker Dinner!!! Enjoy an evening of wine and dining with two, awesome Walla Walla wineriesJustin Wylie, owner/ winemaker of Va Piano Vineyards, and Trey Busch, coowner/winemaker of Sleight of Hand Cellars, pack a mighty punch with their shining personalities and awardwinning wines. Justin Wyle, a fourth-generation Walla Wallan, produces wines from his own vineyard and also sources from exceptional vineyards in WA. His take on winemaking is succinctly put as, “what most winemakers don’t want you to know is that 80% of what’s in the bottle starts in the vineyard, the other 20% is not screwing it up!” Trey, a die-hard music lover (one of the reasons he moved to the Pacific NW was because of Pearl Jam!) tries to have as much (legal) fun as humanly possible at Sleight of Hand. In 2016, The Wine Advocate relayed that Sleight of Hand “hit a new level recently, and the wines are now up there with the créme de la créme of the state (and beyond).” This winemaker dinner will be held at either Va Piano Vineyards or Sleight of Hand Cellars in Walla Walla. Contributed by: Amavi Cellars, Long Shadows Wineries and Vineyards, The Marcus Whitman Hotel, Pepper Bridge Winery, Sleight of Hand Cellars, Spring Valley Vineyard, Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, Va Piano Vineyards, Visit Walla Walla

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Then get ready for more winery fun on day two with a custom blending experience from St. Michelle Estates/ Northstar! You and your guests will taste barrels, learn about making your own blend, and then compose your very own custom blend. From your experience, take home your very own, very unique bottle of wine...with your own custom label and everything! Plus, get the behind the scenes scoop at Spring Valley Vineyard as you tour and taste their wines. This ranch-like setting, steeped in history and stories will be sure to please you and your guests. And, finish up with a tour and tasting at Long Shadows Vintners...what a day! To take home tonight:

Please note: Pepper Bridge Tour and Tasting good through April, 2018. Please confirm desired tour/ tasting dates with Pepper Bridge Winery. Amavi Tour and Tasting good through April 2018. Please confirm tour/tasting dates with Amavi Cellars. Lodging certificate at the Marcus Whitman includes 2 rooms for 2 nights. Contact the Marcus Whitman to schedule, blackout dates may apply and certificate good from Sunday-Thursday stay only. Contact the Marcus Whitman to schedule. Contact Va Piano Vineyards to schedule Winemaker Dinner, good through 7/2018. For St. Michelle Estates/ Northstar Blending Experience, contact Northstar, subject to mutually agreeable date, good through 7/2018. Contact Spring Valley Winery to schedule tour/tasting, good through 7/2018. To schedule tour and tasting at Long Shadows, please contact Long Shadows, good through 7/2018.

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A beautiful Double Magnum of Pepper Bridge Winery Merlot from 2012, a Magnum from St. Michelle Estates, and a Magnum from Spring Valley Vineyards.

Contributed by: Amavi Cellars, Long Shadows Wineries and Vineyards, The Marcus Whitman Hotel, Pepper Bridge Winery, Sleight of Hand Cellars, Spring Valley Vineyard, Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, Va Piano Vineyards, Visit Walla Walla

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French Dinner for 10

Eight course, gourmet French Dinner for ten in the home of your choice paired with French Wines! Plus, a gorgeous floral arrangement for the occasion, and live entertainment by local musical talent, Gary Fulkerson, to complete your special evening with friends, family, or clients.

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Dinner will be created by Judy Smith, Bend resident for over 50 years, with a strong educational career history, and with a wild passion and talent for cooking! She is involved at the Cascade Culinary Institute, is a COCC Foundation Trustee and has studied at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris.

Each dinner guest will receive a personal cook book to take home sharing the evening’s recipes! Get ready to “be taken” to France...with French Wine and French Food! To take home tonight: A double magnum of Jean Luc Colombo 2015 Rosé from just outside Marseilles, France and 2 Gary Fulkerson CDs. Please note: To schedule French Dinner, please contact KIDS Center. Good through 7/2018.

Contributed by: Gary Fulkerson, Judy Smith, Jan and Chris Wick

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1 Week in Sayulita, Mexico for 4

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It’s time to kick back and relax in the Mexican sun! Raise your paddle to win a 1-week stay in the main house at Casa Las Conchas in the charming beach town of Sayulita, Mexico. Casa Las Conchas, a beautiful, traditional home, is centrally located, within a five-minute walk of the three most popular beach areas of Sayulita but just outside the bustle of the plaza. This provides for a convenient yet tranquil getaway. This gorgeously decorated onebedroom house also has extra twin-size sleeping areas in the living room and a semi-private/semi-outdoor, very romantic queen-size bedroom on the covered terrace. Altogether, the home can sleep up to four people. A golf cart is available on site for your use in getting around town. Sayulita is known for its laid-back vibe, excellent surfing, and outdoor adventure opportunities.

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The Casa is the perfect jumping off point for your explorations. The owners will work with you to book a catamaran snorkeling trip and arrange for a private Mexican dinner in the home for your group one night. And they’ve generously made the expiration date July 31, 2018, so you’ll have almost a year to book your unique getaway! Of course, awaiting your arrival is a beautiful bottle of Tequila to welcome you to your home away from home. Please note: Please contact Holly West at KIDS Center to schedule. Black-out dates apply: December 15, 2017-January 5, 2018. Subject to availability. Good through 7/2018.

Contributed by: Holly West & Phil Doza

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Board Wine Package with Dinner at The Loft for 4

Wine for days and dinner is served! KIDS Center Board members have put this lot of 30 special wines together to bring you variety, depth and enjoyment by the bottle! And, to sweeten the deal this package also includes dinner at The Loft of Bend for 4. This multi-course dinner will feature the cuisine of Zydeco, a complimentary bottle of Doubleback Cabernet and a complimentary bottle of Rombauer Chardonnay to enjoy with your Loft dinner.

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KIDS Center Board Wines Include: Adelsheim Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2014 Chateau Montelana Napa Valley Chardonnay 2013 Clos Pegase Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 Cotillion California Pinot Noir 2015 Spring Valley Vineyard Walla Walla Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014. Domaine Carneros Brut 2012 Domaine Drouhin Gevrey Chambertin 2014 E. Guigal Chateauneuf du Pape 2010 Falcone Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon 2011

Contributed by: Jeff Absalon, Molly Carroll, Dave DeRose, Ali Dietz, David Gilmore, Ginny Haarberg, Margi Heater, Joel Hoff, Megan Karnopp, Eric King, The Loft of Bend, Jay Mathisen, Sue McWilliams, Stacy Neil, Annie Nelson, Jason Nunez-Mooney, Jeff Patterson, Justin Phillips, Eric Roach, Blair Struble, Shilo Tippett, Daina Vitolins, Jan and Chris Wick

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Figgins Walla Walla Estate Red Blend 2012 Freemark Abbey Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 Griffin Creek Rogue Valley Merlot 2011 J. Bookwalter Winery Foreshadow Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 Lancaster Estate Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 Manzoni Santa Lucia Highlands Pinot Noir 2013 Mount Veeder Winery Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 Napa Cellars Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 Nikel & Nikel Syrah 2013 Pepper Bridge Walla Walla Valley Merlot 2014 Ponzi Reserve Chardonnay 2013 Rex Hill Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2012 Robert Mondavi Oakville Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 Rodney Strong Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 Santa Catalina Island Rusack Vineyards Pinot Noir 2013 Sokol Blosser Dundee Hills Pinot Noir 2014 Spring Valley Vineyard Sharilee Petit Verdot 2013 Spring Valley Vineyard Nina Lee Syrah 2012 Stoller Family Estate Dundee Hills Estate Reserve Chardonnay 2015 Taittinger Brut Millesime Champagne 2009 The Prisoner Wine Company Saldo Zinfandel 2015

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Please note: Contact KIDS Center to schedule your dinner for 4 at The Loft, good through 7/22/2018. Doubleback and Rombauer will be provided for your dinner.

Contributed by: Jeff Absalon, Molly Carroll, Dave DeRose, Ali Dietz, David Gilmore, Ginny Haarberg, Margi Heater, Joel Hoff, Megan Karnopp, Eric King, The Loft of Bend, Jay Mathisen, Sue McWilliams, Stacy Neil, Annie Nelson, Jason Nunez-Mooney, Jeff Patterson, Justin Phillips, Eric Roach, Blair Struble, Shilo Tippett, Daina Vitolins, Jan and Chris Wick

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See You Again Next Year... Best Seats in the House!

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The last Live Auction Package of 2017 is here! We are already planning for 2018, and Cork & Barrel generally sells out well in advance, so here’s your chance to secure your VIP table for 12 for next year.

Plan for the same excitement with the new wine region at next year’s Grand Cru, and bid to win this package! Plus, with this amazing package you will win the “Pick of the Winemakers” and be the first to choose what winemaker sits at your table. We invite you to come back the “Same Time, Next Year” to give even more children hope and a path to healing. From all of us at KIDS Center, and all who have worked to make this year a success–THANK YOU!

Please note: This experience good for 2018 Grand Cru, contact KIDS Center to redeem.

Contributed by: KIDS Center

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We are honored to sponsor safe rides home tonight. We feel very strongly that the KIDS Center is an important part of our community, and we are proud to support an organization that makes such a difference in the lives of our children. www.warrenjohnwest.com 541-382-1955

NW Natural is a proud supporter of Cork & Barrel, Supporting KIDS Center

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Thank You

to all of our amazing volunteers who help make this event so special!

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Our Sponsors

Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, every dollar raised at Cork & Barrel will help children throughout Central Oregon.

PRESENTING SPONSOR Avion Water Company

LEAD AUCTION SPONSORS Bank of the Cascades/First Interstate Bank Central Oregon Radiology Associates Les Schwab Tire Centers

A SIP OF CORK & BARREL PRESENTING SPONSOR Hayden Homes

CABERNET BARREL SPONSORS BendBroadband Bend Radio Group Horizon Broadcasting Kendall Porsche of Bend US Bank Warren John West, P.C.

PINOT MAGNUM SPONSORS Bigfoot Beverages NW Natural

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TABLE SPONSORS Big Country RV Broken Top Club Carlson Sign Company Compass Commercial Real Estate Central Oregon Pediatrics Association East Cascades Women’s Group Klein Investment Strategies Miller Lumber

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Merrill Lynch Greystone Hotels Inovia Vein Speciality Center SGA Certified Public Accountants & Consultants St. Charles Health System Struble Orthodontics Saxon’s Fine Jewelers The Swanton Family Foundation


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The Cork & Barrel Team

Events of this magnitude take a tremendous amount of effort to plan and execute. We would not be here tonight without the helpful folks listed below. Many thanks to you all! Robin Antonson, KIDS Center Director of Development & Prevention Kim Bohme, KIDS Center Prevention Coordinator /C&B Grounds Lead Carrie Burleigh, KIDS Center Intake Specialist/C&B Volunteer Asst. Rosa Cendejas, KIDS Center Prevention Specialist/C&B Support Ali Dietz, Warren John West, PC, KIDS Center Board of Directors Stan Fridstein, Mulberry Trample Company, Cork & Barrel Committee Meghann Griffiths, Community Member, Cork & Barrel Committee Joni Gullixson, KIDS Center Development Officer/C&B Volunteer Coordinator Margi Heater, KIDS Center Board of Directors Deanne Kenneally, Sol Sisters, Cork & Barrel Committee Howie Koff, Westbury Enterprises, Cork & Barrel Committee Emily Kotaich, KIDS Center Program Coordinator/C&B Support Tara Mortenson, NW Self Storage, Cork & Barrel Committee Charissa Roberts, KIDS Center Marketing and Development Coordinator Shelly Smith, KIDS Center Executive Director Diane Seals, Community Member, Cork & Barrel Committee Alice Sole, Community Member, Cork & Barrel Committee Ginger Theis-Stevens, KIDS Center Cork & Barrel Event Coordinator Victoria Pitts, Accounting Assistant/C&B Support Katie Uselman, KIDS Center Cork & Barrel Event Assistant Holly West, KIDS Center Director of Finance/C&B Support Sarah Wolcott, KIDS Center Cork & Barrel Winery & Restaurant Coordinator Rachel Visser, KIDS Center Front Desk & Volunteer Coordinator

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THANK YOU

Chris Wick, Community Member, Cork & Barrel Committee


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Thank You! Kathy Kingston, Kingston Auction Strategies – Thank you for your thoughtful, creative and brilliant guidance throughout the year. Your advice, connections, and assistance has helped shaped the future of Cork & Barrel and KIDS Center and for this we are so very grateful. Thank you to Warren John West, PC, for underwriting our safe rides home. To our 200+ hard-working volunteers, before, during and after the event! You make this possible! To all the giving folks who donated wine, ideas, and auction items! A special hat tip to the entire Broken Top team for helping to make this event a reality. To the participating restaurants, chefs and of course - the wineries from Walla Walla, Willamette Valley, and Columbia Gorge…thank you for your generous partnership! Thank you to Chef John Eisenhart of Nel Centro for bravely joining us as our first ever Grand Cru guest chef and creating a stunning winemaker dinner at The Victorian Café. Chef OJ Robinson of the Benson Hotel for making the trip to join us every year for a stellar winemaker dinner at Sparrow Bakery and small bites at A Sip of Cork & Barrel. Chef Joe Kim of 5 Fusion, Chef Albert Hall of 10below, The Victorian Cafe and Sparrow Bakery NWX for graciously hosted Winemaker Dinners. Tate & Tate for their wonderful service and execution of the Grand Cru dinner.

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Earth2O and Bigfoot Beverages for providing water and beverages for the entire event. Sandra Holloway for the donation of her wine cellar to support Cork & Barrel and Katie Wendell of Sip It Events for supporting Sandra and thinking of KIDS Center.

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Thank You! Ryder Graphics for your support of KIDS Center all year long. O’Brien Events and Stokes Auction Group are instrumental to event execution. We couldn’t do it without you! Carlson Sign Company once again helped us with signage and banners to make this year’s event look better than ever. Bill Marvin, KIDS Center Volunteer and woodworker extraordinaire for building our new party boards. Bendbroadband, Bend Radio Group, Horizon Broadcasting, and The Source Weekly for all your media support. College Hunks for their awesome teamwork and helping hands to move all things Cork & Barrel before, during and after the event…you are true life savers! COCC for helping supply dinnerware for multiple events. The Bulletin for providing our volunteer parking.

And to everyone who contributed in big and small ways. We are eternally grateful!

THANK YOU

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