The 2018 Sauvie Island School Auction was an extraordinary success!
The auction this year was amazing! The weather was beautiful, the food from Crown Paella was delicious, and the drinks from Widmer, TeSoAria, and Rose City Distilling were plentiful. Everyone who attended had a wonderful time full of smiles, happy reunions, and new friends. The items procured for the auction were spectacular. The decorations were beautiful. The music from our awesome DJ Daniel “Slay” Lewis, the lights, the tent…. everything was wonderful!
I’d like to thank all of the amazing volunteers who helped this year. To the people who helped procure items for the auction: Thank you! To the people who helped with set up and tear down: Thank you! To the teachers and staff who helped run registration and more: Thank you! To the people who helped during the event: Thank you!
I was so fortunate to be able to work with a fantastic group of smart, resourceful and generous committee leads. They each had the most important job and they all did amazing work to be proud of! Thank you for putting in so much time and hard work to make this event happen. If you had fun at the auction, it’s because of the following people:
· Jen May for organizing and leading a large team of volunteers to procure items for the auction.
· Julie Pond for chasing sponsorships and keeping track of accounting.
· Hannah Treuhaft for organizing catering and entertainment.
· Emily Graeper for arranging the rentals and getting us an awesome deal on a beautiful tent from West Coast Events.
· Kat Topaz for all of the beautiful graphics and marketing materials, table settings, and decorations.
· Marike McCartney, Cindy Walsh and Stacey Wilson for running registration and your institutional knowledge.
Thank you to all of our Sponsors! Thanks especially to Columbia Farms for hosting, the Mahaffy Group for your continued support, and TeSoAria for joining us this year. Be sure to check out the banner hanging on the fence next to the school sign to see all of our amazing sponsors!
Eve Foster, PTC President