Here is the complete list of all prizes that will be available to bid on during the lunch portion of Women’s Service Day 2022. In addition to morning and afternoon volunteer sessions with this year’s nonprofit organizations, the WSD hosts a networking lunch and charity fundraiser, which will benefit Eight Day Farm in partnership with Community Action House. This lunch is your opportunity to meet other folks in the Holland community and a chance to bid on some amazing prizes!
1. Herman Miller Keyn Office Chair. $695.00. Donated by Office Outlet in Zeeland, MI. Value: $695.00.
2. Herman Miller Aeron Office Chair. Donated by MillerKnoll Foundation. Value: $1400.
3. Herman Miller Aeron Office Chair. Donated by MillerKnoll Foundation
(Picture is only representative of product: colors and options may change.) Value: $1200.
4. Haworth Maari Chair. Donated by Marcia Davis. Value: $450
Homewares & Food
1. Wine Basket #1 including three bottles of wine, air drying rack, wine opener. Donated by Nancy Corvers. Value: $50.
2. Wine Basket #2 including three bottles of wine, bottle opener, three wine stoppers. Donated by Angie Martin. Value: $45
3. Fustini’s Olive Oil Sampler, donated by Anonymous. Each bottle is 2 oz. Value: $35.00.
4. Four Michigan wine glasses and a bottle of wine from Warner’s, donated by Anonymous. Value: $45.00.
5. Crane’s Preserve Gift Basket, includes: Three 12 oz. preserves. Donated by: Crane’s Pie Pantry, Restaurant & Winery. Value: $20
6. Coral Yeti 45 Cooler. Donated by Nancy Corvers. Value: $32
7. Large Bella Russo Rolling Duffle Bag, donated be Larry & Sue Wolters. Value: $40.
8. Medium Bella Russo Rolling Duffle Bag, Donated by Larry and Sue Wolters. Value $29.
9. Quilt. 56” x 72”, donated by Judy Hoeve. Value: $100.
10. 14” Portable Charcoal Grill. Donated by Larry and Sue Wolters. Value: $29.
11. 10” Ceramic Plates and Matching 10-Ounce Ceramic Mugs. Donated by Richard and Linda Berglund. Value: $49.
12. Double Sided Cast Iron Griddle. 29” x 9”. Donated by Richard and Linda Berglund. Value: $37.
13.Glass Bowls. Donated by Waltraud Beckman. Value: $50.
16. Lawn Art # 1. Donated by Nancy Kempker. Value: $30.
17. Lawn Art # 2 . Donated by Nancy Kempker. Value: $30.
18. Clay Banks Pottery Bird Feeder. Donated by Anonymous. Value: $40
19. Clutter Keeper 15-Pocket Hanging Organizer. Donated by Carrie Ypma.
20. Clutter Keeper 44-Pocket Hanging Organizer. Donated by Carrie Ypma.
Treat Yo ‘Self
1. Spa Basket, includes: Custom made Libra candle, soy candle, body wrap, body lotion, HUM supplement, self-tan facial crème, towel, wax melts and hair band. Donated by: Nicole McAndrew with Furry Friends Pet Recovery & Stephen Ales. Value: $75
2. Gift Bag from Harbor Health Massage containing healing balm, hemp muscle relief, hand & body soap, lip balm, & body butter bar. Donated by Harbor Health and Massage. Value: $75.
4. Fall Spice of Life Gift Basket. Includes: Yankee candle, Bath & Body Works shower gel, bath bar, Hempz lotion and loofah. Donated by: Anonymous. Value: $75.
5. Mary Kay Timewise Miracle Set, package of 4. Donated by Nancy Kempker. Value: $120.
6. Gift Card to Engels Jewelry in Grandville. Gift bag contains $50 gift certificate, jewelry cleaner, and cleaning cloth. Donated by Engels Jewelry. Value $50.
7. Crazy Horse Gift Certificate (1of 2) . Donated by Sally & John Janssen. Value: $50
8. Crazy Horse Gift Certificate (2 of 2). Donated by Sally & John Janssen. Value: $50
9. An original artwork by local artist Erin Drews. “Macaroni & Magnolias,” 9″ by 12″ piece, Oil, Acrylic, and Oil Pastel on cradled Wood Panel. Donated by the artist. Value: $140.
10. Scenery Photography Note Cards. Donated by Mary Hildore. Value: $24
11. Floral Photography Note Cards. Donated by Mary Hildore. Value: $24
12. Hua Garment, can be worn 20+ different ways. Donated by Sue Gadbois. Value: $30.
13. Liquid candle, crystal picture holder, and Iron Pillar Lantern Holder. Donated by Sue and Larry Wolters. Value: $45
14. Certificate from Brewery Vivant. Donated by Kris Spaulding. Value: $50
Bring your checkbook, credit card, Venmo, or cash, and your generosity! Proceeds from our charity fundraiser (tickets are $5 or 3 for $12; or $10 or 3 for $25) will support Eighth Day Farm in providing donating fresh, locally grown produce to Community Action House and their Food Club. Please note, the ticket colors are changing this year, the red tickets are the $10 tickets and the teal tickets are the $5 tickets.
A few more notes about lunch:
Our lunch celebration will be from 11:45 to 1 p.m. at Hope Church, centrally located at 77 West Eleventh Street in Holland (between River and Pine Avenues, just south of downtown Holland and west of Centennial Park).
A $10 donation (cash collected upon arrival) will cover your lunch. Any additional dollars you give that exceed food costs will be added to our group donation to Eighth Day Farm!
As a reminder, Women’s Service Day is October 6, 2022, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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