Friday, May 9, 2014

Final Silent Auction Post

If you get a chance, be sure to thank all of the members of the Folwell family that helped make this silent auction such a big success!

One of the best items we receive for the Folwell Silent Auction, are items donated by Folwell families and staff.  We really appreciate all the thoughtful donations that these families and staff give to the silent auction. Please be sure to check these items out and more in the gym on Friday.  There were many more items I did not get to list.  Hope to see you tomorrow! 

Folwell 5th Grade Fingerprint Masterpiece signed & finger printed by all 5th grade students
This will be a great keepsake for your graduating 5th grader.  Art teacher Mrs. Amstutz helped the kids create this wonderful piece.

One Word Art by Tracey McGuire.  Choose one word any size and Tracey will make your one-of-a-kind art piece.
Words by Tracey captures the essence of creative photography at its core. Through the lens of my camera, she reveals elements of objects that represent letters of the alphabet. By positioning those images together, you can create one-of-a-kind art through words and phrases.  Her alphabet of images is collected from her hometown of Rochester, Minnesota. 
4x6 inch black and white or sepia prints of these images are placed in clip frames and mounted on black poplar boards. She does  all of her own photography and framing personally.

It may be Spring in Minnesota, but We're still Frozen basket donated by Rena Geibel
This basket to be used just in case spring never arrives!  Of course we still could get a little snow still (hope not!)  This basket contains the Frozen movie DVD, snowman crafts, S'more making ingredients, candle, hand warmers and ice pack.


2 garden scarecrows, a garden witch and garden butterfly made by Ron our crossing guard and grandparent of Olivia and Emma Ott.
Ron is very creative and has come up with these awesome pieces for your yard.  

Walk in the Woods with Angie Gupta
Ever wondered what the woods look like through the eyes of a forester? Or how to identify trees, what attracts wildlife or why anyone might harvest trees? Join Extension Forester, Angie Gupta for a walk in the woods  for up to 12 people at Quarry Hill Nature Center for about an hour. Date and specific time to be determined by participant availability. Everyone welcome. Come prepared to hike, talk and enjoy the forest!

LEARN TO MAKE THAI RED CHICKEN CURRY with Andrew Johnsrud
Penelope and Olive Johnsrud's dad is offering a batch of his Thai Red Chicken Curry (feeds 6-8).  They will either deliver the curry to you or you can go to their house to learn how to make it. Yummy!

1-HOUR GARDEN CONSULTATION with Jean Fox
Enhance your existing garden or get some new ideas in an hour-long consultation with Jean Fox, Folwell mom and excellent gardener.

COOKING CLASS FOR 6 KIDS  with Pasquale Presa, Executive Chef at the Kahler Hotel and Folwell dad
He will inspire your budding chefs with a class for kids only.  Send your kids to this class then have them cook dinner for you!

A GLUTEN-FREE CHOCOLATE LAYER CAKE made by Michele Bleskan
Michele Bleskan will bake a delicious gluten-free chocolate layer cake for you to enjoy.  Just contact her to arrange a date for it, then sit back and enjoy a lovely dessert!

Gluten Free Goodie Basket  by Pam Sinicrope
Contains food items, cookbook and  NARS gluten free lipstick
Deceptively Delicious  Gluten Free, Dairy Free Brownies By Jen Alleckson
One strawberry rhubarb pie made by Jean Fox 

ROOSTERS BASE BALL EXPERIENCE WITH MR. OLSON and ROOSTERS GIFT BASKET

VINTAGE FRENCH CANED BARREL BACK CHAIR By Karen Holleman

Library Book Bag Made by Julie Buccholtz with children's books & game inside

Striped Bag made by Lori Bransford
Cynthia Rowley iced tea glasses, Trader Joes Strawberry Lemonade, Salt Water Taffy

Souper Supper by Julie Buccholtz 
4 Microwavable potholders with soup bowls 3 boxes of Trader Joes assorted soups, crackers/chips

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