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1 Meal-a-Month -

This is the gift that keeps on giving the whole year. One family dinner will be prepared and delivered to you once a month by a VisionWay volunteer chef. Worked late and need a quick meal?  We’ve also included Taylorville area food gift cards to save your evening.  Donated by VCS chefs and Taylorville area businesses.

Winning bid: $400
2 8 hours of Excavating -

Matt Mizeur and Mizeur Farms are willing to donate 8 hours of heavy equipment operation to help you see your next big project come to life.  Donated by Matt Mizeur and Mizeur Farms.

Winning bid: $800
3 Pre-K 3 Year-Old Class -

You’ll find relaxing a breeze as you sit on this unique bench crafted by Mrs. Campbell’s three-year-old class. Look closely at the butterflies, dragonflies, caterpillars and ladybugs to see the handprints and fingerprints of the class carefully placed around a beautifully painted tree trunk and branch. Project managers: Tracie Johnson and Beth Piatt.

Winning bid: $1,000
4 Pre-K 4 Year-Old Class -

The Fruits of the Spirit and colorful fingerprint leaves take center stage on this rustic wall art featuring a beautiful tree designed by Mrs. Campbell’s 4-year-old class. Project managers: Kimberly Cunningham, Jill Hedden, Emily Hunsley and Jill Wagahoff.

Winning bid: $250
5 Kindergarten Mrs. Brookens -

This messenger board, with adorable handmade magnets and clips, was crafted by Mrs. Brookens’ kindergarten class. The board includes areas of chalkboard, pegboard, and a modern metal screen for use with the wooden clips, personalized by the students. Project manager: Julie Kohl.

Winning bid: $250
6 Kindergarten Mrs. Jones -

A handmade quilt is an item to treasure and such is the case with this beautiful, colorful quilt featuring the handprints of students from Mrs. Jones’ kindergarten class. Project manager: Katrina Rexroad. Quilted by Sandy Rexroad.

Winning bid: $1,000
7 First Grade Mrs. Grant -

A cool concrete bench is the perfect place to sit a spell on a warm spring day. This bench, given by Mrs. Grant’s first graders, will provide a quiet spot to relax whether placed on a patio or in a garden. Project Managers: Stacie Welge and Josh DeClerck.

Winning bid: $500
8 First Grade Mrs. Tippet -

Mrs. Tippet’s class project is a fabulous wall hanging displaying a picture of her first grade students. A border of snapshots of each student’s hands “showing their love” by forming a heart surrounds the picture while colorful pegs provide a perfect place for hanging items. Project managers: Samantha Baker and Jill Hedden.

Winning bid: $500
9 Second Grade -

This magnificent hall tree has a lot of character and plenty of storage. Uniquely crafted from two antique doors and bed, it has been finished off with the handwritten names of each student in Mr. Wamsley’s second grade class. Project manager: Travis Corpin.

Winning bid: $700
10 Third Grade -

Using a chalkboard, a willing photographer was able to capture the “When I grow up…” wishes of the motivated kids in Mrs. Hubbartt’s third grade class. The resulting picture is worth a thousand words and will be a treasure in days to come. Project manager: Sarah McNeely.

Winning bid: $700
11 Fourth Grade -

With arms outstretched, the students in Mrs. Walker’s fourth grade class formed a heart featuring a verse from Lamentations, which states “Let us lift our hearts and our hands to God in heaven.” Project managers: Ashley Harrison and Heather Ladage.

Winning bid: $250
12 Fifth Grade -

Mrs. Ledbetter’s students share their favorite Bible verse, along with one word that describes how VisionWay has prepared them for their future, on this unique cased-in mirror. Project Manager: Paula Dunn.

Winning bid: $150
13 Fund-A-Need
14 Guided Duck Hunting Trip -

Nothing gets the blood pumping more than hiding away in a duck blind, waiting for the perfect shot. This package offers a trip for two to Paragould, AR for a guided duck hunt in some of America’s best waterfowl country. All accommodations will be provided. Donated by John Malone of Sold A.S.A.P.

Winning bid: $900
15 Dinner and entertainment by the lake -

Along with a splendid meal, you and a group of friends will enjoy a 45-minute concert by Taylorville’s own Don Bettis. Don’t pass up this opportunity to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The picnic buffet will be served to you and your guests by VisionWay’s most talented cooks at Taylorville Kiwanis Park. Donated by Don Bettis and VisionWay parents.

Winning bid: $600
16 Date Nights -

Need to schedule some time away with the love of your life? This package offers the services of certified babysitters for your day/evening activities.  It also includes gift cards to various restaurants, couple tasting at Arpeggio Farm, and movie tickets for two to Showplace 12 in Springfield. Donated by area businesses, Arpeggio Farms, Showplace 12, and qualified VisionWay student babysitters.

Winning bid: $500
17 Experience the excitement of the fire truck -

What child doesn't dream of being a firefighter, putting out a fire and saving the day? This package allows for several children to experience an exciting fire truck ride. The students will stop off for a snack with the firemen as they travel to the Taylorville Fire Station for a fun tour. Waivers for each child will be required and adult chaperone must accompany the children. Donated by Taylorville Fire Department.

Winning bid: $1,000
18 Beautiful Buffet -

Imagine serving your next holiday meal on this beautiful buffet, restyled into a beautiful old ochre finish using Chalk Paint by Annie Sloan. The ornamental handles and elaborate details on this piece make it priceless. Donated by Dear Yesteryear.

Winning bid: $875
19 Girlfriends Getaway -

Lift your spirits by spending a day with girlfriends. Grab three of your besties and head over to Kompliments Salon where you’ll be pampered for the day.  An expert stylist will do your makeup, style your hair, and pamper you with care. Then, choose a bracelet by Keeps designer Jill Hedden as a remembrance of the special day. Donated by Katie Kohl, Kompliments Salon stylists and Jill Hedden, Keeps independent consultant. 

Winning bid: $125
20 Classroom lunch party -

Your student has worked hard all year. Why not surprise him/her with this special party? The recipient will host an off campus lunch and recess for his/her entire class as they travel to a local park for food and fun. A Happy Meal lunch will be provided by McDonald’s followed by a Frosty from Wendy’s. Donated by McDonald’s and Wendy’s.

Winning bid: $550
21 Go Cubs Go! -

Travel to Wrigley Field for four Cubs tickets in great seats donated by Bill Barry. Game will be mutually agreed upon between the buyer and the donor. Donated by Bill Barry.

Winning bid: $1,000
22 Cardinal Nation -

Four Cardinals tickets in Section 161 third base side, seats 5-8 (handicap accessible). Game will be mutually agreed upon between the buyer and the donor.  Donated by McDowell Family.

Winning bid: $500
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