Thursday, April 17, 2014

Teach earns over $13,000 at Auction!

Thank you again for supporting the Teach Auction. Thanks to all of you, it was a huge success. The food at Cafe Roma was delicious as always and everyone looked swanky in their finest derbywear.   $13,300 was raised for the school and boy did we have fun doing it!  Our African safari trip still has some lookers, so the school might earn even more before all is said and done!  Many parents donated many hours to help plan and execute the auction, and our business and Teach community was extremely generous in their auction donations and purchases.
Rockin' Robson is a WINNAH!!
Want to relive the good times?  One of our items that night was tickets to a fun martini party to raise funds for Teach. The party will be held on 5/31 in SLO and there are still a few tickets available! Call some friends and celebrate the almost-end of the school year and kickoff the summer weather! Join Lori Shields and Zack Williams (parents in Mr. Lanier’s class) for an evening of martinis and appetizers on their back patio - fire pit included - kid free!  They'll be ready to serve you Chocolate martinis, Appletinis, Lemon Drops and more! With their well-stocked bar, they can make you and your friends just about any other drink you might be interested in too!   Tickets are $25/ea or $40 pair.

With just under 100 items to sell, we wound up with four things that did not sell at the auction.  If you (or someone you think would be interested you could send our way) are interested in any of the following items or the martini party tickets, contact Taffy Gonzalez at for a sweet deal!
1. A 6 day, 6 night African safari adventure including all meals and 2 game viewing activities per day.
2. An eye exam gift certificate and eyecare supplies and products. 
3. A stunning Linda Lewis necklace with a beautiful focal point.  Linda Lewis has been creating one-of-a-kind pieces in the Central Coast for over 35 years.  Her works of art are created by nature and reflect the simplicity and elegance of ancient jewelry worn by cultures of the past.  Earthy and arty, this unique piece is sure to bring out her best.  
4. A $150 scholarship to the CSU Channel Islands Soccer Academy. (Camper must be in 8th grade or below in Fall of 2014.) Professional coaching staff, written evaluations for each camper, 15:1 Camper to staff ratio, team play, skill development and scrimmages, and supervised evening activities. Players are grouped by age and ability.   $150 scholarship toward the $345-665 camp.  Cost varies with day/sleepover. 

Best wishes,

The Teach Auction Committee

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