VisionWay Night of Hope
Great Silent and Live Auction Items
Schedule of Events:
5:00 - Doors open, registration, silent auction bidding opens
5:30 - Welcome and opening prayer
5:45 - Heads or tails game
6:00 - Dinner
6:45 -Dessert Dash
7:30 - Live Auction begins
8:30 - Closing Prayer
Silent Auction items will end throughout the night.
Live Auction Items:
1.) 3 & 4 Yr Old Pre-K "I am fearfully and wonderfully made": Mrs. Piatt's class' March memory verse is brought to life by her students in this collage showing the students smiling faces.
2.) 4 Yr Old Pre-K Farmhouse Sign: Mrs. Campbell's class uses her daily snack-time prayer to create this rustic piece. The opening of the prayer is framed by the children's thumbprints, adding color and something special for you to appreciate.
3.) Kindergarten Butterfly Collage: Miss Johnson’s kindergarteners colored each individual butterfly to adorn this verse from Ephesians 3:20. "We are God's masterpiece!"
4.) 1st Grade Rise and Shine: Mrs. Grant's first graders painted the sun to remind us to Rise and Shine each morning - and give God the Glory. A great reminder this dreary winter!
5.) 2nd Grade Welcome Sign: Mr. Wamsley's second graders want you to welcome visitors with this farmhouse style sign. They have left their mark on it forever with a thumbprint heart. Truly a unique piece of art for your home!
6.) 3rd Grade Framed Painting: Each of Mrs. Stickel's third graders painted one strip of fabric. By themselves they do not represent much, but woven together they represent the beauty of collaboration in our classrooms and the tight bonds we knit at VisionWay.
7.) 4th Grade Farmhouse Sign: Be Strong and Courageous! Mrs. Good's fourth graders use this verse from Joshua to remind us to be bold everyday. The sign is adorned with a fingerprint dandelion dancing off into the wind, reminding us to be great for God is with us always!
8.) 5th Grade Wind Chime: Think ahead to a soft summer breeze and the light ringing of this beautiful wind chime crafted by Mrs. O'Malley's fifth graders. Each student strung together the colorful strands and completed them with a bell to accentuate the symphony of the wind.
9.) Junior High Jumbo Jenga Game: The junior high students decorated the blocks to create this life-size Jenga set. Just imagine the fun as a four foot tall Jenga tower comes crashing down as you scurry out of the way! A great addition to any summertime patio.
10.) Fund-a-Need: This year's fund-a-need will raise $35,000 to remodel the two gymnasium restrooms and begin replacing classroom Promethean Boards with Smart Boards.
11.) Henry Golden Boy: A modern classic, this Henry Golden Boy rifle is sized for a youth. What a great way to spend time with your child or grandchild while you teach them the joys of the shooting sports with this unmatched, lever-action rifle. This Golden Boy is chambered for .22 and has an octagonal barrel and beautiful walnut stock and grip. Donated by Matt Corso and Jeremy Piatt
12.) Florida Vacation: Get away for the week with your family to The Villages, Florida. This golf cart community offers countless opportunities for swimming, golf, shopping and dining. Throughout the many town squares there is also nightly live entertainment. You will be accommodated in a beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house complete with exclusive golf cart access. This 7-night trip is donated by Marietta and Gary Dunkirk
13.) Weekend Getaway: Enjoy the award-winning play Hamilton at the CIBC Theater in Chicago with 2 suite tickets. Enjoy the show in the suite with the included drinks and snacks and a parking pass! This package also includes a 2-night stay at the Chicago Hilton next door to the theater. Donated by Monsanto.
14.) An Evening of Music and Refreshments at the Landing Barn: Come on out to one of the premier event spaces in Christian County with 25 of your friends and enjoy live music provided by Freshwater. Appetizers and refreshments will be served for you and your guests as you enjoy the concert by local contemporary christian band Freshwater featuring our very own Rhea Dooley. Dates will be coordinated with The Landing Barn and Freshwater. Donated by P.I.E, The Landing Barn and Freshwater.
15.) Cast or Blast Trip: This is a rare opportunity for either a duck hunt or trout fishing experience in northern Arkansas, winner's choice. Option one is a two-day guided duck hunt in some of the best waterfowl country in the world. Option two is a two-day guided trout fishing trip on the beautiful Spring River near Mammoth Spring, AR. All Accommodations will be provided.
16.) Cubs Tickets: Root for you Cubbies with these 4 tickets for box seats in the first 10 rows between 1st and 3rd base. Game date to be mutually agreed upon by donor and buyer in the 2019 season. Donated by Bill Barry.
17.) Cardinals Tickets: Cheer on the Redbirds with 4 tickets to a Cardinal game on a mutually agreed upon date. Tickets are in sec. 161 which sit on the third base line and are handicap accessible. Donated by J.I. McDowell of Angelo’s
18.) Scoreboard: Original VisionWay Scoreboard autographed by alumni.
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IF YOU HAVE NOT READ AND UNDERSTAND THESE TERMS PLEASE DO NOT BID
BY BIDDING ON THIS AUCTION, BUYER AGREES TO ALL TERMS AND CONDITIONS SET FORTH AND ENTERS INTO A CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT TO PURCHASE THE ITEM(S) UNDER THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
CATALOG: Aumann Auctions has put forth every effort in preparing the catalog for this auction to provide accurate descriptions of all items. All lots are sold AS-IS, WHERE-IS, with all faults, imperfections and errors of description. Due diligence is the responsibility of the bidder/buyer. Printed statements or descriptions by staff are provided in good faith and are matters of opinion.
PAYMENTS: All sales are final. All accounts must be settled at the conclusion of the auction. No credit card charge backs will be allowed. We accept Cash, Checks, Visa and MasterCard ONLY. Your credit card will be charged for your purchases, plus a 5% Credit Card Fee, plus any applicable taxes. Note: Checks may be processed the day of the auction; be sure to have adequate funds in your account. Each transaction necessary to collect insufficient funds will have a $25 fee imposed in addition to the liability of the Default of Buyer below.
DEFAULT OF BUYER: Successful bidder not paying for items at the end of the auction will be considered in default. Such default by the Successful Bidder will result in that Bidders liability to both the Seller and Aumann Auctions, Inc. Seller shall have the right to (a) declare this contractual agreement cancelled and recover full damage for its breach, (b) to elect to affirm this contractual agreement and enforce its specific performance or (c) Seller can resell the items either publicly or privately with Aumann Auctions, Inc. and in such an event, the Buyer shall be liable for payment of any deficiency realized from the second sale plus all costs, including, but not limited to the holding/transporting/storage costs of the items, the expenses of both sales, legal and incidental damages of both the Seller and Aumann Auctions, Inc. In addition, Aumann Auctions, Inc. also reserves the right to recover any damages separately from the breach of the Buyer. The purchaser agrees to pay all reasonable attorney fees and costs incurred by Aumann Auctions, Inc. in the collection of funds. The purchaser also agrees that a storage/handling fee of 2% per month be added to the balance of any unpaid balance due Aumann Auctions, Inc. and any other costs or losses incurred by the Buyers failure to adhere to these terms. Any debt collection or dispute proceedings will be litigated or arbitrated in Montgomery County, Illinois at the option of both the Seller and Aumann Auctions, Inc.
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