Custom Knit Item – donated by Heather Sturgill
Just in time for chilly weather, a custom knit item to help you stay warm! Heather will work with the winner to create a custom masterpiece, suitable for gifting or keep for yourself. Winner will select an item (hat, scarf, socks, baby sweater or other small item), yarn type (cotton, wool or synthetic) and color (selection will depend on item and yarn type). Delivery date will be dependent on the complexity of the item.
6-Pack of Homebrew – Donated by Verian Wedeking
Relax. Don't Worry. Have a homebrew or six. These are definitely beers you won't find anywhere else. Each one has been made in Wedeking's small artisan home brewery inspired by European and San Diego brewing traditions, using only the highest quality ingredients for each specific style of ale or lager. From an Irish Rye to an Organic Harvest Pale Ale, made exclusively with homegrown Cascade hops, these beers offer a truly unique sampling from Beervana. Cheers!
Quilted Item – Donated by Doreen Wood
Quilter extraordinaire Doreen Wood has created a colorful assortment of quilted masterpieces. The winner can choose from a number of lap quilts, meauring approximately 42x57. The variety of colors and patterns are sure to please.
Martini Madness – Donated by Melissa De Lyser & Laura Charron
An event for up to six in your home! Enjoy samples of up to six different martinis prepared by amateur mixologist David De Lyser. De Lyser, a professor of music at University of Portland, will regale guests with a brief lecture on the history, lore and making of a good martini. Meanwhile, Melissa De Lyser will serve hearty, homemade appetizers that will compliment either gin or vodka, shaken or stirred. Glasses, tableware and clean up provided. All you need to do is invite your guests.
30-Minute Massage – Donated by Chi Naruse
Let Licensed Massage Therapist Chi Naruse, owner of Bark & Branch Massage, take care of the knot in your neck and the pain in your arch. Swedish, Deep Tissue, Hot Stone, Thai or Oncology - Chi can relieve your muscle tension with a soothing massage. Visit her in the Living Well Center, 1235 SE Division St., Ste 202B. The relaxing environment and professional massage is sure to relieve stress!
Wooden Item – Donated by Ben Cox
Ben Cox will create a custom wooden calendar frame topped with a wooden cutout of the winner's choice. He says he can make anything but a cat. (Apparently he suffers from Ailurophobia). Winner can choose the stain color. The frame fits a standard calendar and is made of cherry.
Basket of Jam – John Saultz
Sherrie Saultz is famous for her homemade jams. John has a different type of jam on his peanut butter sandwich every day. You, too, can reap the benefits of Sherri's superior jam-making skills. A lovely basket with seven jars of jam – the selection includes strawberry, raspberry, cherry, boysenberry, peach and a special blend can be yours!
Come Fly with Me – Donated by Dr. Steve Wahls, licensed pilot
Dr. Steve Wahls will fly you and a guest over Mt. St. Helens (or other suitable landmark). The flight will depart from the Scappoose airport at a mutually agreeable time.
Fused Glass Piece – Donated by Jenelle Kathan (Pat Eiff's partner) of Moonbeam Glassworks.
Portland Glass Artist, Jenelle Lynn Kathan specializes in functional and decorative custom pieces that enhance any home or office. Her work features bowls, platters, plates, and unique art scenes created in glass. Jenelle's latest work highlights traditional quilt design and inlay techniques influenced by color, light, lines and texture. Kathan is donating a 12" fired and slumped bowl from her Legacy Series. It is food safe for both hot and cold. Do not use in the microwave.