2017 CCCHUU Service Auction

 

Community Church presents the 2017Service Auction

SUUper Heroes! Be one!


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Auction Information

 

Donate! Volunteer! Participate!

CostUUmes encouraged (but optional)!
Come as your favorite sUUper hero, a sUUper UU, or your sUUper self!

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Doors open: 4:30 pm for registration, auction browsing (no early bidding!), and food drop-off.

Silent Auction: 5:00 – 6:45 pm with finger food hors d’ouvres and drinks for you to consume while wandering around and bidding often.

Silent Auction closes at intervals: 6:15 – 6:45 pm.

Live Auction: 7:00 – 8:15 pm.


Let’s fill the Jones Building with friends, food, and FUNdraising!


 Adult-friendly with child care provided. 

How to Donate

 

How to Donate: Log on in the upper right-hand corner of this page (login). Your login name is your home telephone number. If your area code is 919 use the last 7 digits only, e.g. xxx-xxxx. If your area code is NOT 919, use all 10 digits like this: (xxx) xxx-xxxx. The last four digits of your phone number are your PIN, i.e. your default password. You can change that once you log in, but be sure to remember what you change it to if you do this! Follow the online instructions. Please make sure that your email address is correct. Don’t worry about being perfect. The committee will spiff up your description if necessary.

If you don’t have an account, you can create one by simply entering a phone number and following the online instructions.

Everyone can browse the online catalog to plan their bidding (even without logging on) and to note new donations as they are entered. Use the Catalog Grid option at the top of the home page to find items by category. The Catalog List option shows the newest entries first. You can also make donations the old-fashioned way by filling out a paper form at the auction table in the Jones Building after every Sunday service beginning September 10th and ending October 29th.

The deadline for entering items to be considered for the Live Auction or by using the paper form is October 29th. The deadline for items to be included in the Silent Auction is November 5th.

PLEASE NOTE: In March of 2018, Community Church will be having a combined annual pledge drive and capital campaign. As part of this major effort, there will be many different hosted activities including our popular cottage meetings. Unless there is a specific reason for selecting a March date (e.g. celebrating the Ides of March or St. Patrick's Day), please choose a different month for any event you are planning to host. Tickets to March Madness games are obviously exempt from this request!

2017 Child Care

 

Child Care: Children aged preschool through 5th grade will have snacks, crafts, and movies with child care available for those 3 and under. Sign up at the Service Auction table between October 1st and November 5th to have your child included in the appropriate age group.

2017 Food

 

Food (Fabulous Food!): In addition to beverages (wine, beer, sparkling waters, and MORE), there will be an awesome selection of finger foods to partake of while perusing the Silent Auction offerings. These finger foods will be provided by yoUU! A sign-up sheet will be available at the Service Auction table, beginning on September 10th. Please sign up to bring delectable savory or sweet foods on the night of the auction. There will be some recipes available at the Service Auction table for those who would like to use them.

2016 Tickets

 

Tickets: Adult tickets are $10 and will be on sale each Sunday beginning October 1st. Tickets for youth in middle or high school (who are not helping with the auction) are $5. There is no charge for younger children but parents must sign up before the auction so that there will be enough care givers with the children and so that there will be enough age-appropriate food for them to eat.

2016 Delivery Responsibilities

 

2016 Sold Items and Services: It is the joint responsibility of donors and buyers to be sure that goods and services with future delivery dates are handled appropriately and faithfully. All good and services should be delivered on or before November 10, 2017.

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Statement

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Item No.DonorTake a Peek!!DateQtyEst Val
EA1 Don & Susan Blanchard
Southern Supreme and Seagrove
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Don and Susan will provide a driving trip for up to two people in their eco-friendly Prius (date to be arranged). The first stop will be at Southern Supreme Fruitcake & more in Bear Creek (www.southernsupreme.com). After sampling and shopping, we will drive to Seagrove Creations in Seagrove where pottery from ~20 studios is available. During our time in the Seagrove area, guests will be treated to lunch in a local restaurant and will have the opportunity to visit up to three individual studios (perhaps selected after viewing the pots at Seagrove Creations or selected at random along the Pottery Highway) - a great way to find a special gift for a future event, not to mention enjoying a chauffered drive through the beautiful NC countryside. The Blanchards have been collecting (and using!) pottery from Seagrove since the 1980s.
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