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Welcome to our Benefit Gala Valley Catholic School welcomes you aboard. Thank you for supporting our students. Enjoy the evening and remember to bid high and bid often.


Dear Parents and Friends of Valley Catholic School, Welcome to this year’s Valley Catholic Gala, “Fly Me to the Moon. “This evening provides a fantastic opportunity for our community to come together and support all that is Valley Catholic School. We are very grateful for all of the hard work that goes into making this night possible. Parent volunteers, teachers, students and Foundation staff have done an exemplary job. They care about the experience of each student at Valley Catholic and have used their precious time to procure and package items, enter raffle ticket sales, write appealing catalog descriptions and brainstorm ways to merchandise the wonderfully decorated rooms we’ve wandered through tonight. It is great to see and experience the reward of all their hard work tonight. We also want to thank all of you who are attending this event. We know that it is through your support that our Gala is successful each and every year. Thank you for purchasing tickets, bidding on items, and coming together as a community to support Valley Catholic School. Tonight, we encourage you to bid enthusiastically, keeping in mind that our students benefit from your generosity. Sincerely, Bob Weber, President, Valley Catholic School Ross Thomas, Principal, Valley Catholic High School Jennifer Gfroerer, Principal, Valley Catholic Middle School Joe Manning, Principal, Valley Catholic Elementary School Trish Roussel, Principal, Valley Catholic Early Learning School Sr. Juliana Monti, Principal, Valley Catholic Music School

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Tonight’s Menu Salad

mixed field greens with fresh raspberries, candied walnuts, blue cheese & balsamic vinaigrette

Entrée Options NY Strip Steak

with crispy onions & fingerling potatoes (gluten-free)

Boursin Chicken

layered with Boursin cheese, wild mushrooms, Marsala sauce & fingerling potatoes (gluten-free)

This Evening’s Program Silent Auction — the Galleria

4:30 5:00 6:15 6:45

Sponsor Reception Registration Opens Hors d’oeuvres & sparkling wine MINI-LIVE, featuring projects from the Early Learning School through Eighth-Grade Silent Closing

Tonight’s Live Music Courtesy of Phi Lam ’14

Wild Mushroom Risotto Cakes

with mushroom cream sauce & white beans

Served with

seasonal vegetables freshly brewed coffee, decaffeinated coffee & assorted herbal teas

Dessert Sampler

Dinner and Live Auction — the Grand Ballroom 6:50 Call to Dinner & Live Auction 7:00 Dinner 7:20 Live Auction begins 9:30 “Fly Me to New York” Raffle Drawing

marionberry cheesecake, Tiramisu & chocolate ganache rolled in sprinkles (gluten-free) 5


Meet Your Emcee!

Your Auctioneer This Evening!

Pat Dooris joined KGW NewsChannel 8 as a reporter in 1990. His career began when Glenn Johnson, a professor at Washington State, told him about an opening at KCWT-TV in Wenatchee, Washington. After working as a reporter in Wenatchee, Dooris was a reporter at KEVN-TV (FOX) in Rapid City, South Dakota, an anchor and producer at KNDO-TV (NBC) in Yakima and an anchor and reporter for WFRV-TV (CBS) in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

A 2005 graduate from Worldwide College of Auctioneering, Kelly Russell is currently a member of the National Auctioneers Association (NAA). She has served as President for the Oregon Auctioneers Association (OAA) and has completed the designations of Benefit Auctioneer Specialist (BAS), Certified Estate Specialist (CES) and the national designation from the Certified Auctioneers Institute (CAI). With her background in theater technology, she is an energetic performer who enjoys interacting with bidders. So raise your bid number high, and she will make sure you are the successful bidder!

Dooris’ career highlights include solving a ten-year-old murder mystery in Green Bay, saving a child’s life with a report on meningicocal and flying with the Thunderbirds pulling 9 G’s. He has just been honored with two 2013 Emmy Award nominations for excellence. A graduate of Carroll College and Washington State University, Dooris earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications. In his spare time, Dooris enjoys hiking, fly fishing and spending time with his wife, Jackie, their two children Patrick and Ryan and their cat, Blue.

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We’re over the moon for our generous supporters! Sponsors

Sponsors

Underwriters

Platinum - $7,500 Howard S. Wright VTM Group

Bronze - $1,500 BCI Group Bonino Consulting Group, LLC The Choruby Family The Crandall Group Farmington Gardens Hillsboro Orthopaedic Specialists, LLC Leonard Adams Insurance, Co. Maryville Nursing Home Natural Capital Partners, LLC Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oregon Reliable Income Tax Service, Inc. Sirennet U.S. Trust USI Northwest Insurance

Live Auction - $5,000 Touchmark and Colleen and Werner Nistler, Jr.

Gold - $5,000 American Heating, Inc. Silver - $3,000 Sunset Farm and Nursery, Inc. Washington Trust Bank

thankyou!

Table Wine - $3,000 Soderstrom Architects, Ltd. Patron - $1,000 The Heinsen Family Independent Dispatch, Inc. Signage - $500 Passadore Properties In-Kind Sponsors Anchor Printworks Joe Cramer Photography Lois O’Halloran Photography Melvin Mark SoundView Recording

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SSMO Corporate Leaders Sisters’ Leadership Council

Sr. Charlene Herinckx ’66, SSMO (Superior General) Sr. Joyce Barsotti ’58, SSMO Sr. Catherine Hertel ’59, SSMO Sr. Krista von Borstel, SSMO

Valley Catholic School Board of Directors

Tom Cleary (Chair) Tania Rhein ’95, (Vice Chair) Michelle Sunderland (Secretary) Deb Guzman (Treasurer) Sr. Joyce Barsotti ’58 Sr. Krista von Borstel Ryan Hoppes Erika Howerton ’91 Fred Nachtigal Kevin Sahli Ted Stark Joe Vennes Bob Weber, VCS President (ex officio)

SSMO Foundation Board of Directors

Michelle Castano Garcia, (Chair) Mark Donovan (Vice Chair; 2013-2014 Chairman) Sr. Charlene Herinckx ’66, SSMO (Secretary) Dan Mallea (Treasurer) Dr. Raquel Apodaca Bonnie Choruby Paul Gram Erin Isselman Subramania Krishnakumar Sr. Josephine Pelster ’65 Sr. Krista von Borstel Todd Sheaffer Amy VanderZanden Tricia Blood, President (ex officio)

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Please join us in thanking the Gala Chairs:

Our pilots for “Fly Me to the Moon”

Gala Chairs Cashiering Catalog Catering Class Portraits Database Decorations and Rentals Facilities & Logistics Grade Projects (K-8) Hospitality HS Vacation Packages Live Auction Display Live Auction PowerPoint Live Auction Video Outside Procurement Raffle Retrieval Silent Auction Sponsorships Volunteer Coordination Wrapping Crew

Carrie Howard and Eric Jaroch Lynn Kokos and Teresa Rokos Danielle Tomich Linda Meagher Ligia Robison Valerie Stecher Kelly Godbout Eric Krumland Monique Ierardi Paola Peirano and Mario Roxas Tina Barkhurst Joanne Yousef Bianca Nerenberg Tony Tomich Reena Akkal Amy Ware and Diane Sisson Mary LaRiviere Pam Johnson Sharlayne Buuck Tania Chatterjee Linda Larson ’79


Light a Fire “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” – W.B. Yeats There are 994 students at Valley Catholic. It’s hard to tell which ones rely on financial aid. These students raise their hands in the classroom, score winning baskets and display their pieces of art in the hallway. They are a vital component of Valley Catholic School, and each one brings unique gifts to our community. Since the founding of our school, the Sisters have devoted themselves to meeting the needs of others. Tonight you can continue their legacy by making a generous gift to “Light a Fire” assisting VCS families who otherwise cannot afford to have their children attend Valley Catholic. Get ready to raise your bidder paddles! Keep this in mind when making your gift tonight: • • • • • •

1 out of 4 VCS students receive financial assistance On average, tuition covers only 75% of the true cost of educating each student Currently, families receive 50% or less of the aid for which they qualify Your gift determines whether or not some students can attend Valley Catholic Financial aid allows a student to stay at VCS should his or her family experience an unexpected hardship Financial aid keeps our classrooms full and vibrant

Many employers match gifts that are made during “Light a Fire.” Matching gifts often increase your donation by 50 to 100 percent. For more information on matching gifts, go to ssmofoundation.org. 10


Table of Contents 12. FAQs 13. Early Learning School Project: “Let’s Wiggle Our Way to the Moon!” 14. Kindergarten Project: “Top Chef” 15. First-grade Project: “Shoot for the Moon. Reach for the Stars.” 16. Second-grade Project: A Pair of Brilliant Birdbaths 17. Third-grade Project: Magical Mosaic Mirror 18. Fourth-grade Project: Faith Is... 19. Fifth-grade Project: Nature’s Silhouette Quilt 20. Sixth-grade Project: Memories that Last a Lifetime 21. Seventh-grade Project: Create in Me 22. Eighth-grade Project: Be a Part of History 23. “Fly Me to New York” Raffle 24. Alumni Weekend Announcement 25. Timberline Lodge Ski Weekend 27. VIP Trailblazer Game for Four 29. Metolius River Resort Getaway 31. Bob Weber Invitational

33. Experience the Magic: Disneyland 35. Private Party at Hawks View Cellars with Pianist Phi Lam ’14 37. VIP Status: First in Line, Every Time! 39. Mountain or Desert Resort—Winner’s Choice! 41. Blue Sky Ranch Family Adventure in Central Oregon 43. Reserved Parking—Winner’s Choice! 45. Say “Aloha” to Maui 47. Ooh La La—A Week in Provence, France! 49. Romantic Wine Country Oasis 51. A Principally Awesome Day! 53. Deschutes Riverfront Bungalow—Downtown Bend 55. Astoria Salmon Fishing Adventure 57. Seattle Mariners Family Weekend 59. Dinner Cruise for Six on a Private Yacht 61. Family-Friendly Sunriver Getaway 62. Thank You to Donors 66. Thank You to Volunteers 67. Auction Rules

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FAQs

What is the Wall of Wine?

Every year at our Gala, Wall of Wine sells out. During the Silent Auction, for only $20, you may choose a “mystery bottle” of red or white wine to take home with you. The featured wine bottles all have a value of $20 or more. Tonight’s Wall of Wine was generously donated by our board directors.

What is a Sign-up Party?

Sign-up parties are a great way for you and/or your children to participate in unique experiences with others in our community. Parties range in size from 6 to 60. You may purchase as many spots as you wish—sign up per person, one name per line on the bid sheet. Parties fill up fast!

What is a Golden Ticket?

Win the chance to go home with the live auction item of your choice! • Tickets: $100 each • Purchase your ticket during the Silent Auction (hurry—only 100 tickets will be sold!) • Drawing will take place before the Live Auction The winner may choose any live auction item. (Please note that Grade Projects are not eligible, as they will be sold—in the Mini Live Auction.)

What is the Mini-Live?

New this year! The students’ Grade Projects will be highlighted in a special portion of the evening called the Mini-Live. Grade Projects can be bid on during the Silent Auction beginning at 5 p.m. At 6:15 the Mini-Live Auction will begin. The Grade Project bid sheets will then be removed and used as a starting point for the auctioneer, who will begin the oral bidding process. All Grade Projects will be sold during the Mini-Live PRIOR to the Live Auction.

What is Light a Fire?

Light a Fire is a special paddle-raise, held during the Live Auction, that benefits financial aid for Valley Catholic students. Our school depends on financial aid to provide all students with the opportunity to experience an excellent education at Valley Catholic. At the same time, it helps maintain our enrollment and keep the cost of tuition as low as possible. Our auctioneer will offer a variety of giving levels. You may participate at the level with which you are comfortable by raising your bid card. Please continue to raise your bid card until the auctioneer acknowledges your bid number. You may bid as often as you like until your desired contribution level is met. See more about Light a Fire on p. 8. 12


Early Learning School Project:

“Let’s Wiggle Our Way to the Moon!”

We asked our youngest VCS students how they would get to the moon, and they gave us the most adorable, eclectic, out-of-this-world answers! We’ve collected them all in a book entitled “How Would I Get to the Moon?” You will definitely be amused and entertained by these young authors! After returning from the moon, everyone needs a good place to relax. To this end, we have commissioned a hand-painted table and two chairs with an outer-space theme. On the back of the chairs is the beloved childhood quote “I love you to the moon and back!” This collection will delight both parents and children and will grace any child’s room. The little astronauts have also assembled a collection of enchanting moon-themed children’s books, which have been tucked inside a handmade fabric book bag so they can be easily carried on trips to outer space. Generously donated by Valley Catholic Early Learning School Coordinated by Janet Lynn Special thanks to Becky Christian for her artistic rendition of “Fly Me to the Moon” on the table and chairs, and to Margie Vannoy for her out-of-this-world sewing skills on the book bag.

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Kindergarten Project:

“Top Chef”

They might be one of the youngest classes at VCS, but they know good food when they taste it! Each kindergarten class has created a chef-themed package. We’ll sell these two projects separately by class. Each package contains a cookbook, cookie jar and goodies. • Your family will have a terrific time cooking together using this professionally created kindergarten cookbook that captures each child’s favorite recipe. The cookbook includes a personal note describing why each recipe is the child’s favorite and a special chef photo of each child. • Of course, the experience of cooking is more enticing when goodies are involved. The lucky winning bidder will receive home-baked treats once a month for six months from “Cheryl’s Cookies”—delivered! Each month, choose from a variety of super yummy cookies, brownies and other such delectable desserts. • Keep those cookies fresh in this large hand-decorated cookie jar. Crafted of high-quality ceramic, the cookie jar is adorned with the children’s fingerprints, transformed into adorable butterflies, ladybugs and caterpillars. This package is too yummy to miss. Parents and grandparents will surely be scrambling for their bid cards, so get yours ready! Generously donated by the kindergarten classes of Mrs. Kincaid and Mrs. Davis Coordinated by Genevieve Long, Betsy Velluto and Alyson Grant

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First-Grade Project:

“Shoot for the Moon. Reach for the Stars.”

The first-grade class proudly presents a unique, inspirational artwork based on author Les Brown’s quote: “Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.” Set amid a dark night sky backdrop, this 32-inch wide by 24-inch tall piece literally depicts the first-grade class reaching for bright, yellow stars above. Each child’s unique jump, silhouette and shining personality are captured in midair while reaching for the stars. The bright, yellow stars are equally unique—the first-graders carefully painted and autographed their own stars to complete this inspirational artwork. But wait, there’s more! Want to find your special first-grader? The stars above are aligned in the same orientation as the students’ silhouettes below. This year’s first-graders dream big dreams and aspire to do their best. They have achieved greatness with this veritable masterpiece. They are true stars! You can be too, by owning and proudly displaying this priceless work of art. Generously donated by the first-grade classes of Mrs. Nancy Fallin and Mrs. Monique Duong-Tran Coordinated by Abbie Jordan, Gabrielle Johnston, Purnima Nunna and Smitha Pamujula

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Second-Grade Project:

A Pair of Brilliant Birdbaths

Imagine a birdbath that will add year-round color and vibrancy to your landscape—a beacon of joy and light in the gray cloudscape of the Pacific Northwest. Imagine your pride in displaying the artwork of your child’s class in your home garden. The second-graders are ecstatic and proud to introduce their amazing creations: two beautiful fused-glass birdbaths! With amazing talent and creativity to spare, the second-graders designed their own 2-inch by 3-inch glass rectangles. Choosing color, shape and size, they carefully pieced together layers of glass that were then fired together to create a small masterpiece. Placed side-by-side on flat circular forms, the rectangles were twice-fired in a kiln to create these two spectacular art objects. To add visual height to your garden, both bowls are accompanied by a metal stand, making it possible to see your newly acquired work of art from virtually any vantage point in your yard. Don’t miss this chance to own these truly stunning pieces of functional art that will brighten your landscape for years to come. Generously donated by the second-grade classes of Mrs. Erlene Grove and Ms. Meg Coussens Coordinated by Mari Hotchkiss, Jeanelle Lindsey and Genevieve Long

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Third-Grade Project:

Magical Mosaic Mirror

“Mirror, mirror on the wall, who has the fairest project of them all?” Search no more! The third-grade classes’ mosaic tile-framed mirror is enchanting and lovely to behold. The intricacy and delicacy in rendering reflects a labor of care and love. Standing 43 inches wide by 31 inches tall, the mirror is framed with tiles that were formed and hand-shaped by the clever and dexterous third-graders. The tiles are imprinted with a variety of Christian and nature-themed stamps. Each earth-toned tile was then hand-detailed with metallic dust. Once finished, glass seed bead grout was used to accent the tiles. With its timeless beauty and originality, this mirror will grace any room in your home and is destined to be a conversation piece for many years to come. Don’t miss the chance to take home this magic mirror! Generously donated by the third-grade classes of Ms. Tricia Croy and Sr. Barbara Rose Sohler Coordinated by Kathleen Ketrenos

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Fourth-Grade Project:

Faith Is...

This beautiful wall hanging features a collage of crosses decorated by the fourth-grade students as well as Mrs. Flint, Ms. Pausz, Mr. Manning and Mrs. Poling. Students were given die-cut paper crosses which they decorated with markers. All the crosses were then arranged together on a mat board to form one beautiful, colorful cross. Ready to hang in an elegant black frame, this piece measures 36 inches high by 28 inches wide. It is sure to brighten any room and bless all those who see it. The students and teachers were asked to finish the sentence, “Faith is...” Their responses are featured in the accompanying book. Each page features a student and his or her photo, a picture of the crosses decorated, and personal reflections on the meaning of faith. The result is a professionally produced hardcover book that complements the wall hanging. These items will grace your home and preserve your child’s memories of his/her classmates, teachers and fourth-grade year at Valley Catholic Elementary School. It will undoubtedly also be a wonderful reminder of what faith is. Generously donated by the fourth-grade classes of Mrs. Flint and Ms. Pausz and Chrisman Picture Framing Coordinated by Liz Amann, Joanna Beale, Jacquie Carmona, Julie Decker, Monique Ierardi and Lesley Silenzi

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fifth-Grade Project:

Nature’s Silhouette Quilt

The fifth-graders made a beautiful quilt reflecting the amazing variety of trees and plants on our campus. Students designed their individual squares, then walked together around the campus and collected natural objects to use in making collages. Fabric treated with photo-reactive dye, when exposed to the sun, turns cobalt blue. The silhouettes of the natural objects (leaves, rocks, twigs, pinecones, petals, etc) showed up white because the water-based dye applied to the fabric develops in the sunlight. The areas shielded by the natural objects remain uncolored. The process was magical! This project was a great opportunity to discuss the plant variety on campus and to explore the art of negative space with the students. The result is this beautiful twin-sized quilt in Valley Catholic colors that any VCS student will be delighted to have in his/her room. Please note, due to the photo-reactive fabric, this quilt will be enjoyed best as a decorative piece. Generously donated by the fifth-grade classes of Mrs. Heger and Mrs. White Coordinated by Nooshin Sabet and Marti Tait

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sixth-Grade Project:

Memories that Last a Lifetime

Outdoor school is one of the largest group events your student will experience at Valley Catholic Middle School— memories that will last a lifetime. Preserve those precious memories by owning this piece of outdoor school. The Valley Catholic sixth-grade students have created an outdoor bench—similar in style to the ones at Camp Howard— that resembles a tree cut in half. About 4 feet long, the bench has been personalized with a photograph—taken during outdoor school—of the sixth-grade class. The image has been finished in sepia and sealed into the bench. Intended to be used outdoors, this unique bench has been finished with clear weather proofing and is ready to enhance your landscaping year-round. Also included in this package is an exclusive book of beautiful photos that capture every aspect of the outdoor school experience—from daily routines to the nightly campfire. Generously donated by the sixth-grade class of Valley Catholic Middle School Coordinated by Monique Ierardi, Karen Law, Jean Malnati and Kurt Lender

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seventh-Grade Project:

Create in Me

Inspired by Michael Albert’s modern pop art form—“Cerealism”—the seventh-grade class proudly presents this one-of a-kind wall hanging that is truly outside the box. Based on the middle school’s theme—Create in Me—students chose attributes that they want God to create in them. The students cut letters from recycled food boxes to design their words. The words were then arranged as a collage and adhered with Mod Podge onto a two-inch thick Gessobord, a premium archival surface that closely resembles a wooden canvas. The entire 36-by-36 inch collage was then coated with a glossy layer of Mod Podge. To maintain the pop art look, it has been left unframed. Complementing this unique project is a very special book created by the students. Students used digital tools to design their own pages, which include photos of themselves, digital renditions of the words they chose for the collage, and personal prayers for what they would like God to “create in them.” Don’t miss your chance to own this eye-catching “Cerealism” masterpiece! Generously donated by the seventh-grade class of Valley Catholic Middle School Coordinated by Liz Amann, Julie Decker, Mechell Hansen, Monique Ierardi, Jill Lovely, Kathleen Melancon and Lesley Silenzi with special thanks to Ms. Zinzer for her work on the prayer book

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eighth-Grade Project:

Be a Part of History!

The eighth-graders are on the verge of closing out their middle school experience as they look ahead to the future with great hope and anticipation. They’ll be making great memories at two special upcoming events—a retreat/play day at Horning’s Hideout and their graduation brunch. Preserve those memories with this exclusive book, professionally printed, of photos from these two activities. In addition, the book will include at least 20 photos of your child and your child’s group of friends during both events. These photos will not be available anywhere else. In addition, your soon-to-be-freshman will love this beautiful memory book—also professionally produced—featuring the students. Each page is dedicated to a student and includes his or her current and childhood photos, reflections on the first school memory, a skill developed and the most important lesson learned in school. This package also includes a unique opportunity to make your mark on history. Speak to the next generation by adding something to our time capsule, which will be unearthed 25 years from now in 2038. The item(s) you tuck into in a 5-by-7 inch envelope will be buried in the time capsule this summer, upon the completion of the 125th Anniversary Garden that will be located behind the Elementary/Middle School building. This is truly a unique opportunity! Generously donated by the eighth-grade class of Valley Catholic Middle School Coordinated by Debbie Guthrie

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S S M O F oundation

Gala Raffle: benefitting V C S

Fly Me to New York

Round trip airfare for two 3 nights/4 days accommodations at the Westin Grand Central $750 VISA gift card Activities include: Sightseeing tour, dinner at Sardi’s and a Broadway show Retail Value: $5,185

Tickets: $25 each

Raffle proceeds benefit all 994 Valley Catholic students. Must be at least 18 years old to purchase. Up to 2,000 tickets may be sold. NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN. Winning ticket will be drawn April 27, 2013 at approx. 9 p.m. at Fly Me to the Moon, the VCS Gala, held at the Hilton Portland. Winnings subject to federal and state tax withholding. Package activities may be tailored to include an additional Broadway show in place of dinner and a sightseeing tour.


Alumni Weekend Welcome Back to School

September 12-15, 2013 A Whole Weekend of Fun

A “wHole in One” Golf Tournament at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club Tailgate Party and Soccer Game Individual Class Reunions Sunday Mass

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1 Timberline Lodge Ski Weekend Considered an architectural wonder, the historic Timberline Lodge is still used for its original intent—a magnificent ski lodge and mountain retreat in a breathtaking setting at the base of Mount Hood. It also offers a scenic backdrop from a heated outdoor pool and whirlpool tub, perfect for relaxing after a long day on the slopes. This weekend getaway combines a $400 gift card for Timberline Lodge toward an overnight stay with two days of ski lift passes for four. Your spacious Corner Room with one king-sized bed, two twin beds and a private bath will comfortably accommodate a family of four. After a long day of hitting the slopes, use $100 in gift cards for a delicious meal in one of the four restaurants, the gift shops, or anywhere in the lodge. Free coffee, DVD players/movies, game room, lending library, and wireless Internet are some of the additional amenities. This weekend getaway will prove to be a relaxing escape from the everyday grind, and an exhilarating two days of fun! • • •

$400 Timberline Lodge gift card can be applied toward an overnight stay adequate for a Corner Room – additional expenses must be paid by purchaser. Ski lift passes for four (4)—two adults and two teens $100 in gift cards for dining at any restaurant in Timberline Lodge, including Cascade Dining Room, Ram’s Head Bar, Blue Ox Bar or Ice Axe Grill in Government Camp.

Generously donated by the VCHS senior class and Timberline Lodge

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2 VIP Trailblazer Game for Four Calling all Blazers fans! Put on your red and black and cheer on the Portland Trailblazers at the game of your choice on the 2013-2014 home schedule. You and three of your favorite fans will enjoy the game from these 100-level seats that are so close to the court that they are level with the rim. Come hungry—you’ll have access to the all-inclusive buffet— plus, you’ll receive all-you-can-eat concessions. Don’t worry about the rain or getting there early— these tickets include a VIP parking pass. This certificate is valid for the 2013-2014 NBA season only. • • • •

Four (4) 100-level home game tickets One (1) season-ticket parking pass for the game Four (4) Club Level passes for the all-inclusive buffet Unlimited concession items

Donated by Metro West Ambulance

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3 Metolius River Resort Getaway Experience four (4) days and three (3) nights at the Metolius River Resort. This elegantly rustic riverside cabin has an open floor plan with plenty of light, whitewashed pine and a vaulted ceiling with exposed log beams. The cozy living room with a rock fireplace has a view of the river, as does the spacious loft, which is furnished with a comfortable queen-sized bed and game table. The private downstairs bedroom is also furnished with a queen bed. With the sofa bed in the living room, the cabin comfortably sleeps six. Linens are included and the kitchen has been recently remodeled and stocked with everything you’ll need. Located only 15 miles from the town of Sisters, the Metolius River Resort is the perfect place to rest and relax with family and friends while engaging in a variety of activities: hiking, biking, picnicking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, horseback riding, dining and shopping. To jump-start your adventure, a gift certificate for a half-day rafting trip for four (or a $240 credit toward a longer trip) with River Drifters is included. • • • • •

Four (4) days/three (3) nights Cabin sleeps six (6) Dates to be mutually agreed upon excluding holiday weekends, expires 4/30/14 No pets please Rafting gift certificate not valid Saturday or Sunday, expires 10/15/13

Generously donated by Paul Drake and Diane Tolzman ’74 and River Drifters

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4 Bob Weber Invitational Valley Catholic School President Bob Weber and 2013-2014 Foundation Board Chairman Mark Donovan, both avid golfers, have initiated a friendly competition of school vs. board. This Invitational includes 18 holes of golf and lunch at the clubhouse. You and five guests will round out two foursomes: the President’s and the Chairman’s. Be prepared for some serious competition and a lot of fun! The school vs. board Invitational will be played at the Portland Golf Club, a historical course that dates back to the early 1900s. Put on your knickers, argyle socks and golf hat and play 18 holes on one of the area’s most prestigious golf courses. Walk the same greens as some of golf’s greatest players: Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Lee Trevino, Greg Norman, Peter Jacobsen and Payne Stewart. • For six (6) golfers (plus the President and the Chairman) • Date to be mutually agreed upon • Expires 4/30/14 Generously donated by Portland Golf Club, Bob Weber and Mark Donovan

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Tonight’s Wall of Wine

Bonino Consulting Group, LLC

Business Development & College Consulting

was generously underwritten by

thanks

Valley Catholic School Board Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon Foundation Board Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon Ministries Board Bret Cope Pat Joyaux

College Consulting Tim Bonino, RPh, MBA | Sara Bonino, MBA , VC ’99 Alum Laura Bonino, BS, VC ’03 Alum | Carrie Bonino, BS, VC ’04 Alum 17548 NW Lonerock Dr., Portland, OR 97229

503-780-3691 | tm02bo@comcast.net


5 Experience the Magic: Disneyland! Revisit your childhood and give your children a dose of Disney magic as you enter into the wonder and awe of Disneyland! This fun-filled vacation includes four (4) “Park Hopper” tickets and $700 in Disneyland gift cards to be used toward single-park tickets or any food or merchandise in the park. (As a point of reference, single-park tickets are approximately $87 each for ages 3 and up; a family of four would spend nearly $700 for two days of single-park tickets.) Also included is a gift card to the Anaheim Fairfield Inn by Marriott, to be used toward accomodations for a minimum of three nights. The hotel is conveniently located across the street from the Disneyland entrance. Take a break and soak up the California sun in the hotel’s outdoor pool. The convenience of the on-site restaurant will allow you to grab a quick breakfast and be first in line at the park entrance. Let the magic begin! • • •

Four (4) Disneyland “Park Hopper” tickets. $700 in Disneyland gift cards $900 gift card for accommodations for a minimum of three (3) nights redeemable only at the Anaheim Fairfield Inn by Marriott. Room rates vary depending on season. Reservations must be made directly through the hotel.

Generously donated by the VCHS freshman class and Disneyland Resort

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6 Private Party at Hawks View Cellars with Pianist Phi Lam ’14 Tonight during the silent auction we were treated to the beautiful music of Phi Lam ’14, a junior at Valley Catholic High School. Imagine having him play at your own private party on a garden terrace at a beautiful winery! This exclusive, private party for you and 11 of your fortunate guests will make memories to last a lifetime. On the garden terrace of Hawks View Cellars in Sherwood, you’ll sip fine wine and take in unobstructed views of five Cascade peaks, listen to live piano, and soak up the beauty and warmth of the outdoor fireplace. Savor the company of each other as well as the wine, made by one of our region’s best up-and-coming wineries. Enjoy the appetizers included in this package, or go beyond to create a catered, sit-down meal. Perfect for celebrating a birthday, anniversary, holiday or just because! Don’t miss out on this unique experience. The fine print: Date to be mutually agreed upon by buyer, Phi Lam and Hawks View Cellars. Unavailable in August or December. Expires 4/30/14. Generously donated by Phi Lam ’14 and Hawks View Cellars

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9802 SW Shady Lane / Tigard, OR 97223 503-372-9409 Best wishes for an out-of-this world “Fly Me to the Moon� Gala! Eric, Yarisa, Karina and Maricela Jaroch


7 VIP Status: First in Line, Every Time! Elementary school parents: here is a golden opportunity to save some time! Bypass the line and pull up directly in front of the main entrance to the Elementary/Middle School during afternoon pick-up. Your colored number will inform everyone that you have VIP status as the lucky winner of this great new item. Imagine the time you will save窶馬ot only by avoiding the line, but also by beating most of the campus traffic when leaving. Never be late for an after-school appointment or lesson again! Valid for the 2013-2014 school year. Generously donated by Valley Catholic Elementary School

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Phone: 503.597.5000 Phone: 503.601.5480

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8 Mountain or Desert Resort—Winner’s Choice! Spend five (5) days/four (4) nights at the destination of your choice. La Quinta Resort, near Palm Springs: Escape from rainy Portland with a short two-hour direct flight and enjoy Duna La Quinta! This resort home sits on the fairway of the Dunes Golf Course, adjacent to the historic La Quinta Resort. High ceilings and endless windows—along with the spacious, private outdoor living—take advantage of the panoramic mountain views. Recently updated with Tommy Bahama décor, the house includes two master suites and comfortably sleeps six with plenty of elbow room to entertain. Amenities include gas barbecue, stereo system with iPod hookup, Wi-Fi, bicycles, golf clubs, tennis racquets, and more. Enjoy a short walk to restaurants, shops and galleries in old-town La Quinta, or sit by one of the resort’s three pools and relax. Wolf Creek Resort, Utah: Just a short 90-minute flight and a beautiful 45-minute drive and you’ll arrive at this brand new home in the Wolf Creek Resort community in Eden, Utah. Perfect for the whole family, this 2600-square-foot, four-bedroom three-bath home sleeps 12. The huge walls of windows afford panoramic views of mountains above and valleys below. Comfortable and spacious enough for two families to travel together, this home features 10-foot ceilings, a great room plus a big rec room, four HDTVs, stereo, iPod hookup, Wi-Fi, gas fireplace, ping pong, air hockey, gas barbecue, and bicycles. The resort also offers a pool and hot tub. Fine print: Both homes are subject to holiday blackout dates. Valid through December 18, 2013. No pets, no smoking. Subject to availability and prior bookings; dates must be mutually agreed upon between purchaser and donor. Cleaning fee of $100 is required. Generously donated by Lee Davies Real Estate 39


9 Blue Sky Ranch Family Adventure in Central Oregon Your family will never forget the outdoor adventures they experience at Blue Sky Ranch, only two hours from Portland. Enjoy four (4) days and three (3) nights in a beautiful home on 160 acres near the eastern edge of Mount Hood National Forest. Endless adventures await your family: a fantastic swimming hole with a dock and zip line; a pond stocked with bass, bluegill, pumpkinseed fish and western painted turtles; and ample trails for walking, running, biking or touring in the six-person Ranger ATV. The main house, built in 2008, boasts three bedrooms (two with king-sized beds and one with four bunk beds), two-and-a-half bathrooms and a stainless steel kitchen. Each bedroom (as well as the great room) has satellite TV with a DVD player. Cook up a feast on the gas grill on the covered porch while you enjoy a spectacular view of Mount Hood. Visit the general store in the nearby town of Wamic for groceries. Need more space? Branch out to the rustic barn which is close to the house with two bunkrooms (sleeps 6-8), a full (rustic) bathroom and two basketball hoops. • • • •

Lodging for up to sixteen (16) people Four (4) days and three (3) nights Dates to be mutually agreed upon Expires 4/27/14

Generously donated by Eric and Kim Grasberger

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Maryville

Celebrates 50 years of “Service with Love�

At Maryville, your family is our family. Proud to support Valley Catholic School.

Maryville Nursing Home & Memory Care 14645 SW Farmington Road, Beaverton, OR 503.643.8626 www.maryvillenh.org


10 Reserved Parking—Winner’s Choice! Imagine the time you’ll save and the frustration you’ll avoid with a reserved parking spot on this very busy campus! No more hunting for a parking spot or waiting in the pick-up lane after school. Imagine not having to arrive early for a concert or game. Enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing you’ll be able to park in your very own spot, close to the school, reserved for you 24 hours a day, seven days a week from August 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014. Make it yours next school year! Where will YOU park? Close to the High School? Experience the luxury of having your own premium parking spot at Valley Catholic High School—you deserve it! When you park in this prime spot, located in front of the portable buildings near the track, you won’t be blocked by the after-school pick-up line. Close to the Elementary/Middle School? This space is located in the parking lot to the east of the school building. Away from the drop-off and pick-up congestion, you’ll be able to come and go any time you want. How about giving that special parking spot to a special teacher? Show your child’s favorite teacher some much-deserved appreciation by giving him or her a reserved parking spot for the 2013-2014 school year. A personalized sign will reserve the spot for the entire school year from August 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014. (Winning bidder: be prepared to stand up and announce the name of the lucky teacher!) Generously donated by Valley Catholic School

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11 Say “Aloha” to Maui You deserve a relaxing week in paradise! Whether your goal is a romantic getaway or a family vacation, this seven (7) day/six (6) night stay at Kahana Falls in Lahaina will be the perfect fit. Lahaina is often called “the jewel in the crown of Maui.” While this historic town still retains the flavor of its colorful past as a whaling village, you’ll also find great shops, restaurants and a flourishing night life. At Kahana Falls, you’ll stay in a two-bedroom condo that comfortably sleeps six. Enjoy the comforts of the spacious living room, dining area and lanai as well as the conveniences of a full kitchen and washer/dryer. Relax in the freeform pool surrounded by waterfalls or in the sandy-bottomed whirlpool after a great workout in the fitness center. Head to Front Street and dine at Maui’s Hard Rock Café. • • • • •

Stay seven (7) days/six (6) nights at Kahana Falls in Lahaina, Maui Accommodates six (6) people $50 gift card to Maui’s Hard Rock Café Trip is available in 2014 only. Purchaser must give donor three date options by June 2013. Christmas and New Year’s weeks excluded. February is not ideal for the donor.

Generously donated by Liz Bedewi

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12 Ooh La La—A Week in Provence, France! C’est si bon! Savor a week in Provence, a region in Southern France that is rich in history, natural beauty and fascinating cities and villages. A picturesque playground of vineyards, lavender fields, olive groves, Mediterranean beaches and hilltop villages, Provence also boasts well-known cities such as Nice, Cannes, Arles (think Van Gogh), St. Tropez and Avignon. Experience all this while staying in a gorgeous villa located just outside Avignon, a well-preserved ancient city famous for the Palais des Papes—home to nine Popes in the 14th-Century—and the bridge made famous by the children’s song, “Sur le Pont d’Avignon.” Spend seven (7) days and six (6) nights in a privately owned, beautifully renovated classic villa that sleeps six. Take a dip in the spacious pool, explore the region or linger for hours over dinner on the patio. • • • •

Seven (7) days/six (6) nights For up to six (6) people Available October 2013, May 2014, June 2014 or September 2014 Find a mutually agreed-upon date to enjoy the home to yourself or share with the owners, who live in the office. Owners often leave during the holidays.

Generously donated by Nicolas and Martine Journé

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13 Romantic Wine Country Oasis You and your sweetheart will wine and dine to your hearts’ content in Sonoma, California. This ultimate wine country destination offers an abundance of vineyards to tour. Wine tasters will enjoy this picturesque region on a private five-hour winery tour in a chauffeured luxury sedan. After your day of adventure, relax at the Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn and Spa, where you will stay three (3) days/two (2) nights. As its name implies, the resort is an architecturally accurate replica of a California Mission. Built in 1927 and recently renovated to include a European spa, it is one of the only luxury spa resorts in the country with its own source of thermal mineral water. The resort also boasts a championship golf course and the award-winning Santé restaurant. • • • • • • • • •

Three (3) days/two (2) nights Two (2) guests Daily breakfast and wine tastings in the lobby Bottle of champagne in your room upon arrival Private five (5)-hour winery tour in a chauffeured luxury sedan Non-refundable and subject to availability. 30-day advance reservation required Gift cards/certificates cannot be replaced No blackout dates Expires 4/30/14

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NCP supports Valley Catholic’s Fly Me to the Moon! Best wishes for a successful event! Michelle Castano Garcia 121 SW Morrison Street, Suite 1200,

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14 A Principally Awesome Day! You know your child is destined for greatness—just like Principal Joe Manning! Your child will rise to the occasion and serve with honor as the Elementary School principal for a day. Your child will get to: • • • • • • • • • • • •

Greet everyone at the front doors in the morning with Principal Manning Pick the lunch menu for the day Receive an official badge with picture and lanyard Make the morning announcements Announce a free dress day Announce an extra recess for his/her class Enjoy a catered deli lunch with a friend/parent and the teachers in the staff lounge Receive a keepsake photo of himself or herself on the “power side” of the principal’s desk Host Principal Manning in his/her class Have his/her homework done by Principal Manning—wow! Mom or dad gets a reserved parking space for the day, too. To be coordinated on a mutually agreeable date within the 2013-2014 school year

Generously donated by Valley Catholic Elementary School

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BEAVERTON PHYSICAL THERAPY Michele Owens PTA, ATC Physical Therapist Assistant Valley Catholic Athletic Trainer Keeping Valley Catholic Athletes in the Game!

www.therapeuticassociates.com 13470 SW Farmington Rd Beaverton, OR 97005 503-644-3311


15 Deschutes Riverfront Bungalow—Downtown Bend Location, location, location—downtown Bend on the Deschutes River! Walk to all the cafés, boutiques, restaurants and parks. Launch the kayaks and paddleboards from the back patio or float down the river past the old mill shops. Enjoy the local hiking, mountain biking and all the wonderful activities Bend has to offer. This privately owned three-bedroom, two-bath riverfront bungalow sleeps six and is centrally located downtown and on the banks of the Deschutes River. It is a perfect place for a family vacation in sunny Central Oregon. Stay five (5) days and four (4) nights to enjoy all the fun and beauty of Bend. Also included are four passes to the High Desert Museum, a $25 gift certificate to McKay Cottage Restaurant and a $10 gift card to any business downtown Bend. • • • • •

Five (5) days/four (4) nights, bungalow sleeps six (6) Dates to be mutually agreed upon, expires 4/30/14 Four (4) passes to the High Desert Museum $25 gift card for McKay Cottage Restaurant $10 gift card for any downtown business

Generously donated by the Crandall family, High Desert Museum, McKay Cottage Restaurant and the Downtown Bend Business Association

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16 Astoria Salmon Fishing Adventure Join VCS parent and avid fisherman Rick Devlin for a full day of salmon fishing at the famous “Buoy 10” salmon fishery on the Columbia River in Astoria. You and three guests will set out aboard a 25-foot Alumaweld Jet Sled with Rick as your host. The trip is all-inclusive with rods, tackle, bait and fish cleaning, as well as snacks, lunch and non-alcoholic beverages. Alcohol is permitted but not provided. Rick will even take digital photos to capture your day on the water. The fine print: Participants will be required to purchase a daily fishing license (approximately $12 per person) unless you already have an annual license that includes a salmon harvest tag. • Fishing adventure for four (4) people for one day • Date to be mutually agreed upon between August and September 2013 • Expires 9/30/13 Generously donated by Rick Devlin

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Hillsboro Orthopaedic Specialists, LLP Honoring healthy student athletes who strive for excellence in the game of life.

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Individual returns (for all States) Small business returns (including LLCs and S-Corps) Fiduciary returns Full-service payroll Payroll tax preparation Bookkeeping

David Buuck, M.D. Physician and Surgeon • 503.844.6599

North Portland 5816 N Greeley Avenue Portland, OR 97217

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1 7 Seattle Mariners Family Weekend “Take me out to the ballgame!” This Seattle getaway includes Mariners fan gear and a voucher for $350 toward the purchase of any home game(s) of your choice. Enjoying this classic American pastime in beautiful Safeco Field is sure to be a “hit” for baseball lovers. Spoil yourself with a luxury stay at the hip “W Seattle” hotel ($600 gift certificate is included). This high-rise retreat is located in the heart of downtown, minutes from Safeco Field and close to art, music, shopping and the famous Pike Place Market. Also included are four passes to Paul Allen’s Experience Music Project (EMP) and the Space Needle—both just a short monorail ride from downtown. • • •

$350 Mariners gift card to be used toward game tickets, merchandise, and permanent concessions (no carts, stands or vendors). Ticket prices range from $60 to $75 in 200-level seating for high-demand weekends (e.g. NY Yankees and Chicago Cubs). Subject to schedule and availability. $600 gift certificate to be applied toward hotel accommodations for two or more nights. Expenses over that amount must be paid by purchaser. Pass for four (4) to both the EMP and Space Needle

Generously donated by the VCHS sophomore class, EMP Museum and the Seattle Mariners

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18 Dinner Cruise for Six on a Private Yacht See Oregon’s beauty in style from the unique perspective of a private yacht. Savor the sights, enjoy the company, sip the wine and celebrate a special occasion on this exclusive cruise. Valley Catholic parents and avid boaters Robert and Mary Coucher will host you and five of your guests for a spectacular afternoon or evening of fun and beautiful scenery on their 54-foot motor yacht as you cruise the beautiful Columbia and Willamette rivers. You and your guests will be treated to lunch or dinner, paired with fine Oregon and California wines. This will be an unforgettable experience…don’t miss it! • Afternoon or evening cruise on the river • Lunch or dinner for six (6), complete with fine Oregon and California wines • Valid between July and October 2013 (weather permitting). Expires 10/31/13. Generously donated by Robert and Mary Coucher

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Coming soon:

Valley Catholic “Lights Up the Night”

Flipping the switch in September 2013! Valley Catholic Athletic Field Lighting Project


19 Family Friendly Sunriver Getaway Make your home base in Sunriver and enjoy all the sunshine and outdoor fun of Central Oregon. Stay four (4) days/three (3) nights in this spacious, well-appointed home located at 9 Redwood Lane in the north end of Sunriver. The home comfortably accommodates 10 guests. Perfect for vacationing with friends or family, this lovely home has two master suites, one of which has access to a hot tub. The third bedroom has twin beds and the fourth has a queen. The media room is equipped with a big screen TV, Xbox, Wii and a pull-out sofa. The living room has a fireplace and 46-inch screen TV. The kitchen and dining areas are open and spacious enough to accommodate all of your guests. Enjoy access to Wi-Fi as well as the private deck and gas barbeque. Kids of all ages will have fun playing on the bocce ball court, riding bikes that are provided, and swimming at the aquatic center using the 12 pool passes that come with this package. • • • •

Four (4) days/three (3) nights Accommodates ten (10) guests No smoking and no pets please Expires 4/30/14

Generously donated by Scot and Pam Belli

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Thank You to our Donors! 100th Monkey Studio Abhiruchi Indian Cuisine South & North Philip Abraham & Pratiba Philip Acadia ADAPT Training Sr. Delores Adelman Andrew & Lisa Aebi David Aguirre Aim High Academy of Martial Arts Alder Creek Kayak & Canoe David Alexander & Paula Tower Alexis Al’s Garden Center Todd & Audrie Alsdorf Jason & Janet Altman John & Liz Amann Jim & Melissa Anctil Anonymous Applebee’s Aqua Dog Aries Apparel Kimberly & William Arnold Artists Repertory Theatre

Atiyeh Brothers Audubon Society of Portland Jason Baird Baker Tax & Accounting, P.C. Dr. Ronald Barbosa & Dr. Susan Rowell Randall & Tina Barkhurst BarkZone Bridget Beattie Beaverton Car Wash Beaverton Nissan Joe & Elizabeth Bedewi Liz Bedewi Bella Espresso Scot & Pam Belli Joe & Barbara Bernard Scott & Rose Bernards Douglas & Carla Beyer Big Al’s Jon & Anne Billow Bin 21: Wine Bar & Specialties Biscuits Cafe bliss Bake Shop Peter & Patricia Blood Sara Bonino ’99 Leo Bottaini

Edward & Kim Braun Brian & Carmen Borlet The Broadway Rose Theatre Company Bev Bruer & Tim Leslie Lynnettee Burton Wendell & Lynn Bush Bradley & Janice Butz Dr. David & Sharlayne Buuck Cafe Vita Martin & Julie Canoy Carroll College Ceezee’s Designs Central Bark Sourav Chakravarty & Sujata Chatterji Len Thanh Chau & Kieu-Suong Nguyen Anurag & Renu Chawla Heung-For Cheng Children of the Sea Swim School Yang S. Choi & Kyeong H. Hong Shawn & Bonnie Choruby Cinetopia

Collage Collected Spaces Comedy Sportz Melvin & Amanda Comstock Cookies By Design Bret Cope Copper Monkey Event Center Cosmo Cupcakes Robert & Mary Coucher John Cowles & Dr. Mary Ellen Ulmer Joe Cramer Mark & Angela Crandall Kayla Crandall Cravin Raven Bakery Chrissman Picture Framing CrossFit 45 North Crossfit Body & Fuel Darien Curl Eric & Michelle Curry Bradley & Rosemary Curtis CYO/Camp Howard Dance with Joy Studios Dave’s Killer Bread Howard & Ann Davidson John & Rocio Deatherage

Marvin & Julie Decker Marie Del Toro Rosalina Dela-Rose Dell Computers & your local representatives: Stein Nielsen & Doug Howard Rick Devlin Terry Hooper & Angie Devlin-Hooper Michael & Kandy Dicken Disneyland Resort Juan Dominguez & Jacqueline Carmona Mark & Mary Donovan Lindsey Doran Brian & Geri Douglass Charles & Laura Douville Lawrence & Teresa Dow Downtown Bend Business Association Paul Drake & Diane Tolzman ’74 Michael & Heather Droessler Ryan Dukes & Anjee Taylor Sr. Michael Francine Duncan

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Thank You to our Donors! (continued) Elsa Duran Dust Bunnies Home Cleaning Service Mike & Ann Duyck Eastside Distilling Edge Coffee Daniel & Jeannine Eisenbacher Ekone Ranch Ellington Handbags EMP Museum Enchanted Forest Ensley Orthodontics, PC Ernesto’s Italian Restaurant Dr. Frederick Ey Dr. Thompson & Madeleine Faller Family Fun Center & Bullwinkle’s Restaurant Jan & Claudia Filip Final Touch Photography by Rogers Brad & Claudia Fischer Paul Fischer & Karen Kustritz Michael Fisher Gbehmee Flumo Michael & Vivian Folino Four Seasons Bowling Center

Steve & Jane Franey Richard & Julie Frankovic Fred Meyer - TV Hwy Friends of Tryon Creek Full Sail Brewing Company G&L Acupuncture & Wellness Center John & Kim Gabourel Michael & Michelle Garcia Tim & Lisa Gard Van & Dale Gatlin Weston & Kerry Gavett Steven & Joy Gehlen Anu & Ken Gerweck Jeff & Jennifer Gfroerer Godfather’s Pizza - Aloha Gonzaga University Michael & Christine Goodner Dale Goodno Michael & Wendy Gould Paul & Carlin Gram Grand Central Bakery Eric & Kim Grasberger Green Mountain Golf Course Dale & Terry Sue Gremaux The Grotto Guitarfish Music

Kelly & Silas Guthrie Gymboree Play & Music Program Habibi Restaurant Hall Street Grill Chris & Mechell Hansen Happiness By The Jar Hard Rock Cafe Maui Casey & Janice Harman Jordan Harris Brian & Amy Harvey Harvey’s Comedy Club Sr. Theresa Hathaway Hawks View Cellars Nick Hegwood Jeffrey Heinen & Malissa Thompson-Heinen Michael Henningsen, Jr. Sr. Charlene Herinckx Edward & Lorraine Herinckx High Desert Museum Hillsboro Hops Professional Baseball Hip Chicks Do Wine Eric & Ann Holstrom Home Depot Ryan & Sara Hoppes

Alison Horne HOTLIPS Pizza Doug & Carrie Howard Joseph & Patricia Howell Brian & Erika ’91 Howerton Huntington Learning Center Kevin & Deanna Hyland Doug & Monique Ierardi Inflatable Kingdom Thomas & Claudia Irrgang Jack & Erin Isselmann Brian & RaeAnn Jackson Thomas & Stephanie Jacquemin Eric & Yarisa Jaroch Alan & Mary ’82 Jesse Eric & Cheri Johnson Edward & Gabrielle Johnston Pamela & Rodney Johnson Rebecca Johnson The Joinery Julie & Brad Jones Nicolas & Martine Journé Pat Joyaux Kaady Car Washes Mark & Mary Jo Kallgren Kami Gray STYLE

Karam Lebanese & Syrian Cuisine John & Liesl Karasaki Manny & Marty Karlin Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub Brendan & Carrie Kelly Craig & Vicky Kelly Kevin & Melinda Sahli Mary Kiefer Kimberli Ransom Photography Darin & Kristine Klaas David Koempel & Mary LaRiviere David & Heather Koukel Subramania & Nagamani Krishnakumar Eric Krumland Keller & Laura Kuhner Kumon Math & Reading John & Elaine Kunis Louie & Penny LaBonte Greg & Lydia LaHaie Lan Su Chinese Garden Kim Landi-Fontana Langdon Farms Golf Club

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Thank You to our Donors! (continued) Paul & Alison Langton Laura Matin, DDS Lavender Stone Massage, LLC. Lawrence & Teresa Dow Mike & Linda Lawyer Lee Davies Real Estate Robin Yau Kong Leong & Amelia Choong Anne Lewis Linfield College Lizzy Cakes Cupcakes David & Katherine Lomartire Genevieve & Chris Long Mike & Ruth Long Longbottom Coffee & Tea Lovejoy Bakers Huy & Lynn Ly Janet Lynn Lannie Lynn Robert & Carolyn MacNaughton Joel & Susie Magenheimer Malibu Raceway Dan & Kathy Mallea Mama Needs Massage Mango Tango

Johny & Deepa Maret MarinePolis Sushiland USA Michelle Matson Tom & Theresa McDougal McKay Cottage Restaurant Stuart McLoughlin & Dianne Eardley McMenamins Pubs & Breweries Robert & Linda Meagher Melissa Meier Kathy & Charles Mengis Meriwether Golf Club Sandra Miller Mimosa Studios Mindful Parenting PDX Sean & Kimberly Mish John & Svetlana Moldenhauer Ellen Montgomery Pedro & Laura Morales David & Tina Morantte Mark & Kristy Motta Murrayhill Maids Museum of Contemporary Craft Natalie Weintraub, LMT

Luis & Rose Navarro Nan Nelson Philip & Bianca Nerenberg Newmans at 988 Du Van Nguyen & Hoang Yen Co Duc Nguyen & Donalyn Ramones Linh Nguyen Megan Pham & Loc H. Nguyen Tami Nguyen Nike Golf Noah’s Arf Northwest Fencing Center Northwest Specialty Baking Mixes Nossa Familia Coffee Oak Knoll Winery Oaks Park Roller Skating Rink Oblation Papers & Press William O’Kief & Judith Lohse-O’Kief John & Margaret Oleary Jeff Olson & Raquel Apodaca OMSI Oregon Children’s Theatre

Oregon Culinary Institute Oregon Fencing Alliance Oregon Gymnastics Academy Organizers NW Oswego Grill Restaurant Owen Roe Winery Joseph & Debra Ozuna Pacific University Panera Bread Donald & Lynn Parker Patrick’s Children Without Sponsors Coralynn Arigotti Petrie Olivia & Sahaayaruban Philips Pigtails & Crewcuts Pip’s Original Joshua & Jennifer ’95 Pitner Pittock Mansion Pizza á fetta Tony & Gina Plasker Poise Studio Daniel Polidori Portland Actors Conservatory Portland Aquarium Portland Golf Club Portland Festival Ballet

Portland Spirit Cruises Portland Trail Blazers ProHealth Chiropractic Provencial Vineyards Scott & Jill Pruitt Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club Jeff & Joyce Purdy Jose-Paul Puthenkulam & Liza Davis Marty & Angie Quandt Ron Jr. & Catherine Quinonez Random Order Coffeehouse & Bakery Raccoon Lodge & Brew Pub Guru & Anitha Raj Raleigh Hills Orthodontics Gilbert Ramirez & Patricia Robles Greg & Cindi Rapp Reliable Income Tax Service, Inc. Revolution Parkour Greg Rewers & Acela Ceballos-Rewers

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Thank You to our Donors! (continued) Steven & Tania Rhein Rice NW Museum of Rocks & Minerals River Drifters Patrick & Kristin Roach James & Ligia Robison Rock Creek Country Club Roses Glassworks Art Glass School Trish Roussel Michael & Kuntheary Runstein Salone Natalia Sayler’s Old Country Kitchen Kurt & Sheryl Schultheis Seattle University Carl & Sheila Seger Sujoy Sen & Sulakshana Nath Julie Senders Shelby Rice Style Ed & Mary Beth Shew Shoot 360 Where Champions Train Simpatica Ravindra Singh & Amrita Sehgal Sisters of St. Mary Of Oregon

Harry & Elizabeth Skinner Slappy Cakes Tim & Melinda Slingsby Soul Scissors Brian & Monica Spangler Brad & Sarah Spiering John Spurgeon & Zhiyue Sun Joel Sobotka Sr. Barbara Rose Sohler St. Honoré Bakery Tim & Valerie Stecher Steve Anderson Design Josh Stieben Studio Blue Pilates & Yoga Studio Christy Children’s Photography Liz Sturge Thaddeus & Ginger Sullivan Andreas Sunardi & Christina Park Sunset Lanes Sunset Yoga Center Sweet Tomatoes Switch Unique Shoes & Clothing Jeffrey & Nancy Sy Target

Tasty n Sons Silvia & James Tate Steven & Suzanne Taylor Terry & Leslie Taylor Tracy & Leigh Teague The Bar Method The Children’s Course The Fireside Grill The Mark Spencer Hotel The Merry Kitchen Fenardi & Susanny Thenus Tigard Music Tilikum Center for Retreats & Outdoor Ministries Timberline Lodge Patricia Tomich Tony & Danielle Tomich Tom’s Driving Academy Minh & Nina Ton Toro Bravo Pamela & Raul Torres Trader Joe’s Tree to Tree Adventure Park Treehouse Children’s Museum Douglas Trobough & Susan Lair

Tualatin Riverkeepers Tuality Healthcare Vincent & Kristen Nguyen University of Portland University of Notre Dame University of San Diego University of Chicago Valley Catholic School Valley Cinema Pub VALOR Network Paul Vames Sr. Jean Marie Van Dyke Bart & Amy VanderZanden Ernesto Vega & Ana Porrata-Vega Joe & Meg Vennes Via Tribunali William & Lisa Kaye Vincent Jason & Lika Vogler Fr. Philip Waibel Heather Wakehouse Wanderlust Tours Washington State University Bob & Christina Weber Mark & Dawn Weinbender Westside Dance & Gymnastics Academy, Inc.

Vince & Jacqueline White Whitman College Wildlife Safari WillaKenzie Estate Willamette Valley Soaring Club Cameron Williams & Shannon Lynch Willowbrook Summer Arts Camp Jaci & Scott Wilson Bruce & MaryBeth Wolfe Linda Woolverton Xtend Barre Beaverton Stanley Yee & Mei Po Chiu Waldemar & E lzbieta Zdanowicz Zupan’s Markets

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Our Volunteers Are “Out of This World!” Lisa Aebi Reena Akkal Liz Amann Marcela Alcantar Coralynn Arigotti Petrie Lisa Armstrong Shilpa Bakshi Tina Barkhurst Joanna Beale Rosemary Bettermann Siri Bhattiprolu Kim Braun Marie Bunag Lynnettee Burton MaryJo Calgren Jacqueline Carmona Tania Chatterjee Ashis Chatterjee Swati Chaudhari Mallikarjuna Chilakala Becky Christian Julie Chu Michael Cormack Liza Davis Goutam Debnath Kathy Debnath Cynthia DeBortoli Julie Decker Vanessa Dodson Jennifer Farias Jennifer Farrenkopf Edgar Fuentes

Dale Gatlin Kelly Godbout Michael Gould Wendy Gould Alyson Grant Julie Gray Christine Guenther Debra Guthrie ’83 Mechell Hansen Janice Harman Ann Holstrom Mari Hotchkiss Carrie Howard Erika Howerton ’91 Wang Huashu Nita Huque Deanna Hyland Monique Ierardi Phil Jack RaeAnn Jackson Stefanie Jacquemin Eric Jaroch Rebecca Johnson Pam Johnson Gabrielle Johnston Abbie Jordan Kalpana Kalaiselvam John Karasaki Florence Kash Lakshmi Katta Nikole Kay Kathleen Ketrenos

Scott Ketterer Grant Kobayashi Kristin Kobayashi David Koempel Lynn Kokos Eric Krumland Mary LaRiviere Linda Larson ’79 Karen Law Kurt Lender Eunice Lewis Nicole Libal Tamara Linde Jeanelle Lindsey Christina Lion Mitra Lipp Genevieve Long Jill Lovely Janet Lynn Melissa Maine Vicki Mark Linda Meagher Dennis Meier Melissa Meier Kathleen Melancon Yuko Miura Harindranath Nair Rose Navarro Bianca Nerenberg Cecilia Nguyen Tami Nguyen Kevin Nguyen

Kenneth Nguyen Vivian Nguyen Debbie Nguyen William Nickerson Judy Oakes Lois O’Halloran Smitha Pamujula Toral Patel Andrei Pavlov Natalia Pavlova Paola Peirano Vinay Phegade Jennifer Pitner ’95 Jill Pruitt Brian Pugh Mira Pugh Kathy Quintos Rekha Rao Kristin Roach Ligia Robison Soniya Rodrigues Victor Rodriguez Tonya Rogers Teresa Rokos Trish Roussel Mario Roxas Nooshin Sabet Erica Samson Vasanthi Satya Kristin Sawrey Vasanthi Sayta Andrew Schaer

Heidi Schaer Carol Schmidlin Sheryl Schultheis Cavell Schwan Sheila Seger Sujoy Sen Hyun W. Shim Lesley Silenzi Diane Sisson Melinda Slingsby Noreen Soares Monica Spangler Sarah Spiering Gale Stacchi Valerie Stecher Ginger Sullivan Marti Tait Henny Tanugoro Ramana Telukutla Pamela Toledo Danielle Tomich Tony Tomich Minh Ton Margie Vannoy Betsy Velluto Sr. Juanita Villarreal Amy Ware Jacqueline White Vince White Hao Wu Joanne Yousif

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Gala Auction Rules Registration • All bidders must register. You will be given an identification number to use for all bidding. One number will be given per family unit or individual guest; if requested, a family unit may request to have individual numbers. • Your signature on the registration form constitutes a legal contract to buy any item for which you are successful in bidding. Purchasing • All sales are final and there will be no exchange or refund on items except where specified. • Arrangements for dates for all trips and similar events are the sole responsibility of the purchaser. Unless specified, all certificates for trips expire on April 27, 2014, one year from the date of the Gala. Moreover, no refunds are permitted for canceled, lost or unused tickets and/or accommodations, or if the purchaser is unable to arrange a mutually agreeable date for the purchased trip or event. • Values set forth are estimates only and are not warranted by the Valley Catholic Gala or the Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon Foundation (Hereinafter “Gala Chair/Of-

ficial”) for tax purposes or for general value. All items are sold “As Is.” The Gala Chair/Official assumes no responsibility for the correctness of item description. • Due to local liquor control laws, restaurant certificates do not include alcoholic beverages, unless otherwise stated. • Gift certificates not on display in baskets will be held at the checkout desk. They may be collected from retrieval when you check out. • Payment for winning bids at the Silent or Live Auction must be made by cash, check (payable to Valley Catholic Gala), or credit card (VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover). Payment in full is mandatory no later than 10:30 p.m. on the night of the gala. Items too large to be taken home the night of the gala may be picked up the following Tuesday between noon and 5 p.m. at the Gala Office at the rear of the SSMO Convent, unless other arrangements are made with the Gala Chair/Official. • Unless otherwise specified, all items and services purchased at the Gala will expire on April 30, 2014. • The Gala is run in accordance with the Oregon State law regarding auction sales.

The specific statute applying to auctions can be found at Oregon Revised Statutes 72.3280. Silent Auction • All items in the Silent Auction have bid sheets on the table in front of them. Items are located on the tables around the room. Persons desiring to bid must do so by legibly writing their bid number, full name and amount of bid in the spaces provided. • Bid raises must be in the minimum amounts specified on the bid sheet. If the minimum bid is not observed, the bid is void. The Gala Chair/Official will make the final determination of the successful bidder on any written auction item. If a subsequent bid is disqualified or otherwise stricken for any reason prior to the closing of bidding, the last, highest bid on the bid sheet will be deemed the successful bid. • Some Silent Auction items may have designated “guaranteed bid” amounts. A bidder may choose to bypass all competitive bidding by paying the specified guaranteed bid listed on the bottom of the bid sheet. To do so, the bidder writes

his/her bid number and name on the line next the guaranteed bid price. An Gala Chair/Official will draw a line across the entire bid sheet to indicate that the item is no longer available for bidding. • Under no circumstances may a bid sheet be removed except by the Gala Chair/Official. • Announcements will be made prior to the closing. The closing bid certified by an Gala Chair/Official will constitute the winning bid. The Silent Auction will close at 6:45 p.m. At that time, all bidding is over and no more writing is allowed on bid sheets. Mini-Live Auction • New this year, the students’ Grade Projects will be highlighted in a special portion of the evening called the Mini-Live. Grade Projects can be bid on during the Silent Auction beginning at 5 p.m. At 6:15 the Mini-Live Auction will begin. The silent bid sheets will be removed and used as a starting point for the auctioneer, who will begin the oral bidding process. All Grade Projects will be sold during the Mini-Live PRIOR to the Live Auction.

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Gala Auction Rules (continued) • School grade projects are exclusive to the Gala. These projects are created solely for the auction. No projects may be requested, created, copied or sold after the Gala.

Live Auction • Live Auction bidding will begin at approximately 7:20 p.m. and will continue until all items have been auctioned. Live Auction items will be displayed for viewing from 4 p.m. until the start of the Live Auction. • Under Oregon law regarding auctions, a sale of auction is complete when the auctioneer so announces by lowering the gavel, or in any other customary manner. Therefore, once the gavel falls, the purchase is complete and the auction item has been purchased by the bidder. All sales are final and there will be no exchange or refund on an item except where specified. • To bid, the purchaser raises his/her bidder number high so it can be seen easily. It will be acknowledged by one of the spotters; then the purchaser may lower it until he/she wishes to bid again. • Bidding order of Live Auction items is

subject to change after the publication of this catalog. • No duplicate items may be offered in the Live Auction, unless authorized by the donor, in person or prior to bidding. Once the bidding process has ended for an item and that item has been sold, a duplicate of the item cannot be offered. Raffles • Valley Catholic Gala raffles are held in strict accordance with Oregon state law and guidelines provided by the Oregon Department of Justice. Ticket purchasers must be at least 18 years old. • Golden Ticket Raffle: Tickets will only be sold the night of the Gala; no more than 100 tickets will be sold at $100 each. The winning ticket will be drawn on stage just prior to the Live Auction. The winner will choose from all Live Auction packages. The method of payment toward the chosen package will appear as “golden ticket” in the payment section of the winner’s receipt. Once the winner has chosen the package and the Live Auction has begun, no changes will be allowed by the winner. Winner may forfeit the prize and donate the package back to the auction

to be sold during the Live Auction. • Raffle Tickets: Tickets will be sold up until the beginning of the Live Auction or until the maximum number of tickets are sold; no more than 2,000 tickets will be sold at $25 each. The raffle ticket for the grand prize will be drawn at the end of the Live Auction. Winner does not need to be present at the time of the drawing to be eligible to win. Winner agrees to pay all state and federal taxes associated with the offered raffle prize. Winner may forfeit the prize. If the first winner forfeits the prize, a second winner will be drawn. Ticket stubs will be kept in a locked box in a secure area until each winner has fulfilled tax requirements and taken ownership of raffle prize. Proxy Bidding • Bids may be made in absentia via the proxy bid form provided by the Gala Office and available on the auction website. Proxy bids are applicable for Live, Mini Live and Silent Auction packages. Silent Auction items with guaranteed bids are exempt from Proxy bidding. Proxy bid sheets must be received in the Gala office no later than Thursday, April 25 at 5 p.m.

Proxy Bidders will be represented by a Gala official during the bidding process. • Bidders may submit absentee bids for sign-up parties, but those bids will not be entered on the sign-up sheets until after the Silent Auction has closed and all bidders present at the Gala have had an opportunity to purchase spots. Warranty • The Gala Chair/Official, Auctioneer, Seller or Donor may not give any warranty, expressed or implied, as to the quality of the description of the property listed for sale in the announcement concerning the sale. In addition, the Gala Chair/ Official, Auctioneer, Seller or Donor is not liable for the quality of the property listed for sale in the announcement or for any faulty description thereof, in any advertisement, catalog or other medium employed for announcing the sale. Purchaser shall not be entitled to damages, recession or any other remedy on account of the quality of the property listed for sale in the announcement or the faulty description of the property. • Dated April 27, 2013

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