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Rainbow Homes Christian Assisted Living for Adults with Cognitive disAbilities

10th Anniversary Celebration Silent Auction & Dinner 2009

“Cruising Along”

Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish Center

“God sent us Rainbows, to connect us to the worlds blessings, opening bright new world’s to all people .”

Thank You for attending, Rainbow Homes Residents Rainbow Homes Staff Rainbow Homes Board Members Visit Rainbow Homes at: www.rainbow-homes.org


The Auction Committee, would like to express our deep appreciation to the number of volunteers and businesses who made this evening a reality. We are touched by your generosity and kindness. Master of Ceremony: Keynote Speaker:

Susan Shehan, RH Program Administrator Kellie Dean, Dean Transportation

Dinner preparation Knights Councils: Mike Czajka , GK St. Casimir, Lansing Knights of Columbus Council #9711 Dan Reinecke, GK IHM, Lansing Knights of Columbus Council # 10542 Photographer: Appetizers by: Desserts by:

Tim Peltz Marsha Evans Dawn Food Products, Inc.

Rainbow Homes Fundraising Committee Danielle Miller Kathy Russell Donna Stacy Susan Shehan Mary Boogaard & Tyler Ruth Tatara Joann Davis

Bruce Betterly Laura Cole Jean Smith Carolyn Texera Marylin Ebaugh Rainbow Homes Residents

Fr. John Byers—Pastor at IHM Leo Nicholas —Building Maintenance Rainbow Homes Board Members: Joann Davis – Ex. Director Joe Perrone – Treasurer Marylin Ebaugh – former Ex. Director David Kuenstler Pat Kelley

Tom Keenoy—President of Board Ila Mea Hartwig—Secretary Sr. Marlene Taylor—Founder Francis (Tex) Criqui Fr. John Byers

Carrie Fancher Florence Rader

We would like to also acknowledge our past Board Members:

Pam Perrone Madilyn Owen Joe Shebuski Saunda Smith

Dcn. Joseph Kratofil Donna Stacy Robert Beard Paul Tarr

Ernie Bako Doris Bailey Marge Nolta Betty Gauthier

Terry Eagle Ann Gleason Joyce Demos Jim Tremblay Hope Network Phil Tietz John Haley Herb Start


RAINBOW HOMES Christian Supported Living for Adults with disAbilities Many of our basic needs are first met within our family. As we mature, we learn to live on our own. But the person who has a mental or physical disability may never be fully independent. He or she may always require extra care and support for the many activities of life which most of us take for granted. In November 1989, with that thought in mind, a group of parents concerned about Christian residential housing for their son/daughter with cognitive disAbilities began the process of creating Rainbow Homes. Rainbow Homes currently provides semi-independent apartment housing to twenty-two adults with cognitive disAbilities. The housing consists of three quad plex apartment buildings. We have a community room allowing our residents to enjoy a family style dinner, activities and our Day and Overnight Respite Program. Our program is designed to provide each resident with as much independence as each individual can manage while providing the support they need to attain that independence. Most of the residents have some type of employment, either in the community or in a workshop program. In addition, they are involved in community activities, i.e., Food Bank, Special Olympics, Church activities, Sports. All of the residents qualify for low-income housing assistance and for several other programs designed to assist low income individuals become independent. Part of the program teaches each person how to maximize the little income they have. We work on budgeting, prudent shopping for both food and clothing and how to apply for government programs. We reached a milestone when four residents moved into an independent apartment off-site. They maintain their apartment; do their own shopping and cooking while still having the support and access to the activities of Rainbow Homes. In August of 2007 we purchased our third quad plex offering apartment living to an additional eight people. With our Community Room expansion completed in 2008 we are providing a Day and Overnight Respite Program to serve more clients and their families. Rainbow Homes is a non-profit that has been changing the life experiences of adults with cognitive disAbilities for over ten years. We recognize cognitive disAbilities as a natural part of the human experience. A disability should not diminish the right of an individual to live independently, exert control and choice over their lives, or to fully participate in and contribute to their communities. These individuals should enjoy full integration and inclusion in the spiritual, economic, political, social, cultural, and educational mainstream of our society.

Rainbow Homes Board of Directors

For more information: http://www.rainbow-homes.org E-mail: rainbowhomes@sbcglobal.net Phone 517-699-8454—Susan Shehan, Program Administrator

Rainbow Homes * 2111 Adelpha Avenue Apt B * Holt, Michigan 48842


Rules for Silent Auction *Payment by: Check, Cash or Visa/MasterCard Credit Cards with proper ID *Items will be collected for you by our Auction workers when checking out. *Items need to be taken home the evening of the Auction. *Ending time for Silent Auction will be posted. General Auction Rules 1. All sales are final. No exchanges or refunds are permitted. Everything is sold ―as is‖. All items must be removed from the site on the night of the auction. 2. Payment in full is mandatory for all auction items by the end of the evening of the auction. Cash, Checks, Visa/MasterCard will be accepted. After payment is made, a receipt will be issued by the cashier. This receipt is needed to claim items. 3. Bidder numbers will be issued at registration. After receipt of this number, each bidder is responsible for the use of the number throughout the evening. 4. Check with you own tax advisor as to the deductibility of the purchase of each item. Silent Auction Rules 1. All bidding is done by using your bidding number given to you when you check-in. Please write your number legibly on bid sheets. 2. There is a suggested starting bid on each item. 3. Changed, or lined-out names on bids must be initialed by bidder. 4. After a initial bid is placed on the item you must raise the bid by $5.00. 5. The closing time for the Silent Auction will be posted. 6. After closing round, you will receive bid sheet with payment total 7. No bids accepted after the end of the Silent Auction, period. No excuses and no exceptions.

Remember that donations to charities are tax-deductible - charitable silent auctions are no exception. If you itemize on your individual tax return, you can deduct the amount of the event ticket and the price of the items that you purchase if they are greater than the fair market value of the goods and services you receive. You may also have a deduction for goods donated for auction. The back of your dinner ticket has the amount you may deduct on your taxes for your dinner.

G & W Maytag Home Appliance Center 4811 N Grand River Lansing, MI 48906 Phone: (517) 323-9911 (517) 323-4895


Silent Auction Items by # #1

Auto Zone Cedar Street, Holt—Car Wash Bucket with: Armor All Ultra Shine ―Wash & Wax,‖ Fast Orange Hand Cleaner, Armor All Original Protectant,, 2 Applicator Pads, Carnauba Car Wax, 3 Terry Towels, 3 Air Fresheners Donated by: Matt Rue at Auto Zone, Holt $50.00 Value

#2

Auto Zone Cedar Street, Holt—Car Wash Bucket with: Armor All Ultra Shine ―Wash & Wax,‖ Fast Orange Hand Cleaner, Armor All Original Protectant,, 2 Applicator Pads, Carnauba Car Wax, 3 Terry Towels, 3 Air Fresheners Donated by: Matt Rue at Auto Zone, Holt $50.00 Value

#3

Special Olympics Michigan Rolling Insulated Cooler with: Cap, 2005 ―Winter Games‖ Polo Shirt (L), pen with neck cord, water container & Hand Held Tension release item. Donated by: Special Olympics Michigan $30.00 Value

#4

Children’s Basket with: Teady Bear, 2 Rubber Duckies, Fleece Thro with Bear & Rubber Duckies, Crayola ―Color Wonder‖ Mess Free Markers & Coloring Pad, Coloring Book, DVD The Retrievers, DVD Little Heroes. Donated by: Peggy Greer $35.00 Value

#5

Framed 11” x 14” 50 Anniversary Marlboro Country When the land is this big you can’t work it alone, thanks for riding with us.‖ Donated by: Philip Morris USA & Danielle Miller $30.00 Value

#6

Framed 9” x 12” Country Etching A small cottage surrounded by a pond and kept safe by Golden Retrievers Donated by: Sr. Marlene Taylor, AD $25.00 Value

#7

Plate limited first edition “Adoration of the Magi” by the master Alberto Santangela. 1983 & Book “Just as I am” The Autobiography of Billy Graham Donated by: Sr. Marlene Taylor, AD & BGEA $60.00 Value

#8

Wicker Fish Basket with: $25.00 Gift Certificate to “Bass & Pro Shop” 6 piece Cups, Plates, Silverware, 4 Fish Napkin Rings, 4 Napkins, ―Bass‖ Tablecloth, Fish Salt and Pepper Shaker and Small plaque ― Fishermen See Things Differently‖ Donated by: Danielle Miller & Marylin Ebaugh $60.00 Value

#9

2 Rooms of Carpet Cleaning Donated by: McCreary’s Healthy Homes, Lansing

#10

Comprehensive Eye Exam Donated by: Holt Eye Care, Holt

$102.00 Value

$60.00 Value


#11

Spa Sense Wild Fig & Sage Basket: Wild Fig & Sage Soap, Body Spray, Cream Bath, Bath Soak, Bath powder, Soap Dish Journal & Slippers Donated by: Judy Conway $40.00 Value

#12

Potter Park Zoo Certificate: Family (Two adults in same household plus all dependent children under 17 annually) Unlimited free admission to Potter Park Zoo—365 days a year. Donated by: Potter Park Zoological Society & Danielle Miller $50.00 Value

#13

Binder Park Zoo Enjoy a Day at the Zoo with the family Passes for 4 Children and 2 Adults Valid thru 10/11/09 Donated by: Vicki Kaup at Binder Park Zoo $54.00 Value

#14

4 piece Set of Luggage—Pierre Cardin 28” expandable suitcase, 25” expandable suitcase 21” Expandable carry-on and Satchel with in line skate wheels. Donated by: Ronald Rosen from RnR Corp “Luggage & Travel Accessories” Lansing $240.00 Value

#15

CD from “The Verve Pipe” - Super Hits (Signed by band) Donated by: The Verve Pipe Band

$15.00 Value

Pottery Salad Bowl, Jeweled Serving Forks & Party Food Recipes Donated by: Jim & Sandy Malewitz

$50.00 Value

#16

#17

Mona Area Rug 90‖x64‖ Area Rug with 2 Dalmatian Puppies (Colors Burgundy/White/Black/Gray) Perfect for a Child’s Room or Den Donated by: Gary Slee from Discount Carpet, Mason $129.00 Value

#18

Counted Cross Stitch Basket with: 2 Christmas Cross Stitch (Noel & Animals on Bench), 2 kits and frames (Duck & Sheep) 2 set of Christmas Ornaments (Bunnies and Santa) 2 Picture kits 5‖x7‖ (House & Country) 1 stocking stuffer & Eyeglass Case Donated by: Sarah Aldrich $50.00 Value


#19

Detroit Tiger “Paws” Bobble Head and 8 mini Lugnuts caps 2 Baseballs one signed by: Tiger’s Macay McBride & DVD ―The Rookie Donated by: Joann Davis $23.00 Value

#20

$100.00 Meijer Gift Card Donated by: Mason Meije

#21

Great Harvest Bread Basket Basket full of Breads, Jam’s and Cookies Donated by: Great Harvest Bread Co, Angela Beck

$100.00 Value

$45.00 Value

#22

“Think Summer” Picnic Supplies in an Ice Tub Colorful Serving Tray, 4 Plates, 4 goblets, 4 Napkins, Large Bowl and a Pitcher to pour t that nice cool lemonade on a hot summers day! Donated by: Marylin Ebaugh $37.00 Value

#23

“Easter Basket” Your ready for Easter with this beautiful basket full of:2 Taper Easter Candles, The Easter Story Book, Rabbit PEZ Dispenser, Purple Rabbit Stuffed Animal, Chocolate Rabbit, Wooden Easter Eggs all nestled in Easter Grass. Donated by: Anonymous Donors $60.00 Value

#24

Wine Basket The basket contains a extensive Wine Informational Book, a Bottle of Woodbridge Pinot Grigio, Cabernet/Merlot and Korbel Champagne and a Lobster Bottle Stopper to make you the ―Hit of the Party‖ Donated by: Anonymous Donor $75.00 Value

#25

“The Ultimate Ducky Basket” You have every kind of ducky from: Daffy Duck Hair Dryer, Ducky Blanket, Ducky Soap Dispenser, Ducky Soap on a Rope, Ducky Nail Brush, Ducky Shower Scrubber, Rubber Ducky and even Ducky Tissues. Donated by: Anonymous Donor $63.00 Value

#26

Baby Basket Beautiful Crochet Multi Color Blanket for any Baby, White Knitted Sweater Q-Tips, Cotton Balls, Baby Powder, Baby Shampoo, Baby Lotion, Baby Wash, Baby Wipes & two Beanie Babies Donated by: Frieda Knapp & Peggy Greer $55.00 Value

#27

White Green Bay Packers 50 Years Lambeau Field Signed Football in display case Originals were obtained from all players and coaching staff at the beginning of the 2007 regular season. The original signatures were then transferred. Donated by:Green Bay Packers Community Out Reach Department.

Undetermined Value (Signed by Brett Favre)


#28

2008 White Green Bay Packers Football signed by players and coaching staff in display case. Originals signatures were then transferred to the football Donated by: Green Bay Packers Community Out Reach Department. Undetermined Value

#29

2—Photos 8”x10” Color Print by Norris Ingells, Local Nature Photographer Choose from 2 photo’s and arrange delivery. Donated by: Carol Ingells Photos from Carol’s husband $50.00 Value

#30

Husky 125 Piece Ratcheting Screwdriver Set 12 Screwdrivers—100 Screwdriver Bits-1 Ratcheting Screwdriver—12 Nut Divers Bits all Contained in a case for easy access. Donated by: IHM Social Ministry $25.00 Value

#31

Tim Horton’s Basket with: $20.00 Gift Certificate, Coffee Cup, Fine Coffee & Books; Classic Fairy Tales & I Had Trouble in Getting To Solla Sollew by: Dr. Seuss Donated by: Tom & Lillian Wilson at Tim Hortons East Jolly Road and Tim Hortons on MLK, Lansing & Sr. Marlene Taylor $35.00

Value #32

“My Serenity” Bath Set in Ceramic Bowl Elegant Lily—Bath Power—Bath Salts—Body Lotion—Bath Soak—Food Powder—Body Butter—Body Mist—Body Fizzers—Bath Caviar & Hand and Nail Cream Donated by: Joann Davis $30.00 Value

#33

“Fritz & Floyd” Classic 1 Pair Old World Rabbits Candleholders in Ceramic The pair are beautifully painted—Lady Rabbit is sitting and stands 9‖ tall her Gentleman Caller is standing 11‖ tall. Donated by: Anonymous Donor 168.00ea. Value

#34

Woman’s Bag & Beauty First $10.00 Chemical Service with: Scarf, Gloves & Hat Set in Pink, Cross Necklace and Earrings and Candle. Donated by: Anonymous Donor & Beauty First, Eastwood Towne Center $25.00 Value

#35

Basket Full of “Family Fun” 3 Designer Fly Swatters—Decorated whisk Broom & Dust Pan—Flower Painted Hammer & Pliers— Medal Puzzles—Crazy Socks—Nemo Watch—Catch a Bubble Toy—Reaction Ball—Car Shaped Erasers—Rainbow Popcorn—Plush Kitty & DVD ―Eight Below‖ Donated by: Carolyn Texera $87.00 Value

#35

Basket Full of Christmas Beanies Contains: Beanie Snowman, Santa, Snowflake, White, Silver Snowflake and Candy Cane Babies with a Santa at His Workbench Ornament. Donated by: Anonymous Donor & Loraine Rogge $10.00 Value

#36

Basket Full of Scrapbooking Items Memory Album, Embellishment Organizer, Small Photo Album, Die Cut Accents, Very Merry Bundle 12‖x12‖ Photo Pages, Scrapbook Central with Many Embellishments and Scrapbooking items. Donated by: Susan Shehan $50.00 Value


#37

Reading & Romance Basket Books signed by Author Colleen Deatsman— ―Energy for Life Connect with the Source‖ With CD & ―Inner Power Six Techniques for Increased Energy & Self-Healing‖ Along With Angel, set of Vanilla Candles 8 Tapers, 2 Wax Votives, 8 Tealights, 1 Pillar, 2 Glass Taper & Tealight Holders, 1 Round Glass Plate, 1 cup and English Toffee Cappuccino Donated by: Colleen Deatsman, Joann Davis & Sr. Marlene Taylor $50.00 Value

#38

MSU Women’s Volleyball Signed Poster in Frame 18” x 24” ―We are Spartans‖ Women’s Volleyball team signed poster. Donated by: Leo Nichols Undetermined Value

#39

8” x 10” Autographed photo of Detroit Tigers All— Star, Placido Polanco, who hold the record for most consecutive error free games as a second baseman. Hologram certifies that it is authenticated by Major League Baseball. Donated by: Detroit Tigers Coordinator of Community Affairs, Kristen Joe $50.00 Value

#40

MSU Women’s Volleyball Signed Nike Shoes #15 Vineece Verdun size 12 Donated by: Leo Nichols

Undetermined Value

#41

One Day Respite Care at Rainbow Homes Adult with disability come spend the day with the Rainbow Homes Community. Enjoy Learning, sharing & new friendships. Donated by: Rainbow Homes $25.00 Value

#42

One Day Respite Care at Rainbow Homes Adult with disability come spend the day with the Rainbow Homes Community. Enjoy Learning, sharing & new friendships. Donated by: Rainbow Homes $25.00 Value

#43

Weekend Respite at Rainbow Homes Enjoy a weekend (Friday—Sunday) stay at Rainbow Homes in their Community Room. Enjoy Meals and Community. Donated by: Rainbow Homes $150.00 Value

#44

Weekend Respite at Rainbow Homes Enjoy a weekend (Friday—Sunday) stay at Rainbow Homes in their Community Room. Enjoy Meals and Community. Donated by: Rainbow Homes $150.00 Value

#45 “Easy Entertaining” Cooking Lessons for up to 6 People in a Personal Chef’s Home Have you always wanted to learn how to prepare that special meal? From appetizers to what wine to serve with your entrée. You will prepare and actually be able to eat your creations that evening while dinning with 6 of your friends, relatives, neighbors or co- workers. Donated by: Marilyn Wise, Personal Chef $300.00 Value


#46

Scrapbooking Value Pack 24 papers, 12 paper flowers, 12 raw chipboard shapes, 12 chipboard accents, 834 punch-out shapes, 4 punch-out accent sheets, 12X12 Album in a Keepsake Tote Donated by: IHM Social Ministry $ 25.00 Value

#47

MSU Team 8 1/2 Ft. Tall Team Flag Premium Quality Appliqued & Embroidered with 11 1/2 Ft. Pole Donated by: IHM Social Ministry

$52.00 Value

#48

MSU Victory over UofM Framed 15”x21” Front Page ―STATE-MENT‖ of Jackson Citizen Patriot on October 26, 2008. Donated by: Joann Davis Invaluable

#49

Cat Lover Basket with: 2 Feed Dishes, 2 Mouse Toys, Rod Toy, Kitty Snacks, Cat Pet Bed, Kitten Chow, Kitty litter, Stay-Put litter Liners, 2 Cat Brushes & Kitty Litter Pan. Donated by: The Tatara Family $60.00 Value

#50

Set of 4 Framed 11” x 14” Vintage Automobile Pictures Chevrolet & Pontiac Automobiles Ads Donated by: Michael & Kathy Russell

#51

MSU Tailgate Basket with & $5.00 Champps Drink Discount Card: 2 Coffee Mugs, 2 Drink Holders, Insignia Paper Plates, Insignia Pizza Cutter/Scooper, Magnetic Block "S", Pompon, Basket/Rafiki & MSU Cap Donated by: Sarah Bannon of Lakeview Consultants

$60.00 Value

$75.00 Value

#52

“Cozy Winter Evening Basket” with: Snuggle with Cocoa the Monkey while drinking Dutch Hot Cocoa & Marsh mallows in 2 Winter Mugs and watch DVD ―Chronicles of Narnia, The Lion Witch and the Wardrobe along with $5.00 Family Video Gift Card Donated by: Anonymous Donor & Family Video Eric Chagnon, Lansing $25.00 Value

#53

Family Fun Basket with: Cranium Family Edition Game, Veggie Tales, ―River Rescue‖ Along with 2 mugs with hot cocoa, candies & 3 Beanie Babies. Donated by: Anonymous Donor $30.00 Value

#54

Bath Basket with: 2 Lavender Bath Towels, 4 Bars of Dial Soap, Bath Fizz, Body Lotion, Shower Gel, Cream Bath & Beanie Baby. Donated by: Anonymous Donor $20.00 Value


#55

Coffee & Cheese Cake Lover’s Basket with: 10 Pack Archer Farms To Go Cups, Folgers Breakfast Blend Coffee, Pepperidge Farm Sugar Cookies, Sweet N Low, Suisse Mocha, French Vanilla Café, Italian Cappuccino and package of Butterfingers. Gift Certificate for Eli’s Cheese Cake mailed to you. Donated by: Eli’s Cheesecake Bakery Café Chicago, IL $30.00 Value

#56

Man’s Basket with $25.00 Ace Hardware Certificate: Extra Large Duffle Bag, Knit Hat, Winter Gloves, Self Powered Flashlight & 2XL MSU Sweatshirt with Hood. Donated by: Anonymous Donor & ACE Hardware, Holt $60.00 Value

#57

Mackinac Island Home 4 Day 3 Night Stay at a quaint Mackinaw Island Home. This 3 bedroom home sleeps 6 to 8 people comfortably. Located 1/4 mile behind the Grand Hotel overlooking a beautiful State Park. Features 2 full baths, use of bikes, cable and washer and dryer. Also offering 6 round trip ferry tickets to and from the island. Details on dates need to worked out with owners. June 28—July 12 is not available 3rd Year Donated by: Curt & Judy Munson

#58

Cozumel Condo Located right on the water, in some of the best snorkeling areas in the world. 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths. Watch the moon rise over the ocean from the master bedroom with a private bath room and jacuzzi. The second bedroom has a view of the ocean and a third bedroom with twin beds is great for kids. Dates available May 1st through the first week of December Saturday to Saturday. Does not include Air Fare. Donated by: Curt & Judy Munson Opening Bid $1,000

#59

MIS Package 3 Day Two Night Stay at Marylin & Lou Ebaugh Cottage in Brooklyn near MIS & 2 Tickets for LifeLock 400 Sunday, June 14, 2009. ($130.00) Three bedroom home, sleeps 5, lake access (Dewey Lake) 1 mile from MIS. Donated by: MIS Executive Assistant Sue Malewitz & Homeowners Marylin & Lou Ebaugh $260.00 Value


#60

“Equal Exchange” Coffee Basket with: Organic Breakfast Blend French Roasted Coffee and Decaffeinated & Full City Roast, Travel Mug, English Breakfast Tea and Organic Hot Cocoa and Beanie Baby. Donated by: Kathy Russell $25.00 Value

#61

Lia Sophia Necklace 3 Strand 16‖ Necklace with Wood Carved Beads and Turquoise. Donated by: Hayhoe Asphalt Paving

#62

$25.00 Value

Picnic Set for 4 People Basket , Wine & Mozart CD with: Designer Tote, Storage Bag, Set of 4 Tumblers, 10‖ Plates, 7‖ Plates, Stainless Steel Flatware & Cloth Napkins along with Tablecloth, Dirty Dish Bag with Bottle of Santa Rita Merlot 120. Fragrant aromas of fresh strawberry, plum and vanilla are complemented by a hint of dried herbs. Suggested Food: Ideal for informal "home style" foods, mild cheeses and pastas. Donated by: IHM Social Ministry, Danielle Miller, (Wine) Marilyn Wise

$60.00 Value #63

Sewing Basket Needles, 12 Thread Spools, Tape Measure, Pin Cushion, Thimble, Ball Pins. Tracing Wheel, Sewing Gauge, Seam Ripper & Scissors Donated by: Jean Smith Value $30.00

#64

Set of 3 Willow Tree Angels Angels of Wishes, Tree of Prayer & Friendship Angel Donated by: Anonymous Donor $45.00 Value

#65

Set of 2 Willow Tree Angels Angels of Hope and Happiness Donated by: Anonymous Donor

$28.00 Value

#66

Small Appliances Basket with: Perfect for a wedding gift Blender, Can Opener, Hand Mixer, Electric Knife & One-Touch Chopper Donated by: Becky Baker $70.00 Value

#67

Kitchen Utensils Basket with: Colander, Cutting Board, Meat Thermometer, 2 Peelers, Stainless Steel Flatware Service for 4, Spatula, 6 Kitchen Towels, 4 Wooden Spoons, 6 piece Melamine Tool Set Donated by: Becky Baker $40.00 Value

#68

Yarn Basket with: 2 Skeins of Lavender, 2 Skeins of Green, 2 Skeins of Multi Colors, 3 Pale Jade Specialty Yarn, How to Booklet, Needles, Rug Hook Kit and Rug Hook. Donated by: Becky Baker $60.00 Value

#69

Dog Lovers Basket with: 2 Dog Dishes, Doggie Mat, Doggie Snack Jar, Scooby Snacks and Newman’s Own Dog Treats, and Disposable Camera. Donated by: Marylin Ebaugh $15.00 Value


#70

Relaxation Basket with: Coffee Cup, 3 Strawberry Candles, Lipton Tea Collection, Set of 4 Photo Coasters, Foot Care Set, DVD ―Bridge to Terabethia, Bible Quotes and Books: A Cup Chicken Soup for the Soul, The Holy Bible Life Discovery Bible, Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader & Photo Album. Donated by: Tatara Family, Jean Smith & Sr. Marlene Taylor $60.00 Value

#71

Tea Basket with: Tea Pot and Cup, 3 Boxes of Tea Bags, Shower Gel Gift Set, $25.00 Gift Certificate to Dream Dinners & $15.00 Gift Card to Quality Theaters Donated by: Marylin Ebaugh $50.00 Value

#72

Electric Razor’s for Him and Her Philips Norelco Razor for Him & Conair Razor for Her Donated by: Diane at Meijer, W. Saginaw

$100.00 Value

#73

Perfect Valentine’s Basket with: 2—$10.00 Gift Cards from Benson’s Vinaigrettes, $25.00 Dream Dinners Gift Card, , Bear, Potpourri, Paul Mitchell Gift Set, Bottle of Wine ―Cono Sur Sauvignon Blanc‖ & 2 Wine Glasses Donated by: Cheryl Baker, Cutter’s Pointe, Deb Blake, Dream Dinners, Lansing, Marilyn Wise & Marylin Ebaugh $80.00 Value

#74

Winter Evening Basket with: USA Cozy Blanket, Games, Clue, Dominos & Chess, Mickey Mouse Cap and Bear Donated by: Anonymous Donor $40.00 Value

#75

Wine Basket with: Bottle of 2007 Two Vines Vineyard 10 White Wine, Protocolo Tinto Vino de la Tierra Castilla Red Wine Merlot Cheddar, Cheese Knife, English Tea Bags, Milk Chocolate Raisins, Buttered Peanut Crunch, Carmel Nut Cluster, Sesame Water Crackers, Honey Mustard Pretzel Nuggets & $10.00 Great Harvest Bread Certificate Donated by: Marilyn Wise & Great Harvest Bread, Lansing $35.00 Value

#76

Wine Basket #2 with: Bottle of Perrin Cotes-du-Rhone Rose Reserve '06 Red Wine, La Vieille Ferme Cotes du Luberon White Wine, $10.00 Great Harvest Certificate, Cream Puffs, Coffee Candy Sugar Cookies. Donated by: Marilyn Wise & Great Harvest Bread $35.00 Value

#77

Venezuelan Nativity Set with Stable Mary, Joseph and Baby Jesus with many small pieces of Pottery & Donkey Cart Donated by: Michael Wegener, Rosary Bookstore, Lansing $250.00 Value


#78

One Night Stay at Berry’s Motel & Cabins in Newberry Michigan Comfort, location, rustic desing and old-fashioned hospitality will wel come you any time of the year Donated by: Bob & Cathy Berry $65.00 Value

#79

Dean Streak to Cedar Point Tickets & Transportation for 2 Donated by: Kellie Dean, Dean Transportation

#80

2 Tickets for a 2009 Executive Club Lansing Lugnuts Baseball Game Donated by: Kellie Dean, Dean Transportation

#81

2 Tickets for a 2009 Executive Club Lansing Lugnuts Baseball Game Donated by: Kellie Dean, Dean Transportation

#82

Transportation for 1 to Soaring Eagle Casino Day or Night Trip On Dean Trailways of Michigan Donated by: Kellie Dean, Dean Transportation

#83

Transportation for 1 to Soaring Eagle Casino Day or Night Trip On Dean Trailways of Michigan Donated by: Kellie Dean, Dean Transportation

#84

Transportation for 1 to Soaring Eagle Casino Day or Night Trip On Dean Trailways of Michigan Donated by: Kellie Dean, Dean Transportation

#85

Transportation for 1 to Soaring Eagle Casino Day or Night Trip On Dean Trailways of Michigan Donated by: Kellie Dean, Dean Transportation

#86

Certificate for 2 Tickets to the MSU vs Wisconsin State Men’s Basketball Home Game on Sunday, February 22, 2009. Donated by: Kellie Dean, Dean Transportation

#87

Certificate for 2 Tickets to the MSU vs UofM Home Football Game On Saturday, October 3, 2008 at Spartan Stadium. Donated by: Kellie Dean, Dean Transportation

#88

Certificate for $100.00 Towards Cost of Chartering 8 Hours of Motorcoach Travel Within the State of Michigan from Dean Transportation. Donated by: Kellie Dean, Dean Transportation


#89

Detroit Piston’s Package with: 2 Tickets, in the Lower Bowl for the Detroit Pistons game. Tickets include 1 parking pass per 2 Tickets for Friday, March 6th Game Pistons vs Golden State Warriors. Donated by: Tom Keenoy $220.00 Value

#90

Detroit Piston’s Package with: 2 Tickets, in the Lower Bowl for the Detroit Pistons game. Tickets include 1 parking pass per 2 Tickets for Friday, March 6th Game Pistons vs Golden State Warriors. Donated by: Tom Keenoy $220.00 Value

#91

Detroit Lions “Mini Helmet” signed by: Mike Furrey #87 (Wide Receiver) Donated by: Detroit Lions Community Affairs, Ryan Hackworth $30.00 Value

#92

#93

4 Hour Rental of a Limo Coach Excursion and Sunday thru Thrusday. Expires 8/31/09 Donated by: Chris Ebaugh, Lakeside Charter

$700.00 Value


HOLT & DIMONDALE AGENCY INC. 2129 N. AURELIUS RD. P.O. BOX 69 HOLT, MICHIGAN 48842


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