CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME
APRIL 22, 2010
Aly Statler, co-owner of
CVHC wine tasting to feature silent auction baskets
Does spending a day on
a pontoon boat for six people on Dworshak appeal to you? How about sharing a
hosted dinner for four with a
All are themes for this
year’s nine Silent Auction baskets at
The Day on the
Dr. Michael Meza has offered to host a dinner for four at Dining on the Edge for the ‘Dining with a Doc’ basket and Bo Bonner of Bonner Custom Concrete is creating a specially designed wine rack which will go to the highest bidder. Green Things Nursery has donated a gift certificate for the Garden Basket and Rick and Janet Burnham are donating a Wine Stone for the Wine Basket which also features two gold trimmed wine glasses. Both Kayler’s Bend Golf Course and Orofino Golf Club have donated rounds of golf at their local courses.
The Entertainment at
Home basket includes a pizza certificate from the soon-to-open Riverside Pizza
and Pub on Highway 12. Owners, Eric and
“We’re designing the
place to be family friendly, but we’ve also got two large screen TVs for people
wanting to watch a game and just hang out in a relaxed atmosphere,” said
The highest bidders on the Silent Auction baskets will be announced at along with the winner of the Sapphires and Chocolate raffle. Bottled wine will also be sold after so people can select their wine of choice from the ten featured wines selected especially for the tasting by Bill DuChemin, Odom Distributors. The Foundation will accept credit card payments.
Tickets can be purchased at the door for $20 per person or $35 per couple. The ticket price includes a buffet of fine Italian style hors d’ouevres and desserts provided by Country Catering and five tastes of specially selected beers and wines, including alcohol free choices. Proceeds provide camper scholarships for pediatric patients with diabetes. Proceeds also benefit the CVHC Endowment Fund which will provide for future equipment purchases and capital improvements.
“We’re excited about the wine tasting because each year it’s a great spring event for the community which also benefits local health care. Janet Burnham always does such an exquisite job of decorating,” said Jim May, CVHC Development Director. “We’re also going to take this opportunity to celebrate the national award to Hal Joseph as the Top Physician Assistant in the country in the underserved category. He provided the inspiration to use some of the funds to provide campers scholarships for kids with diabetes. We hope everyone will join us.”