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Harvest Ball 2018

At the Impala Ballroom, 1005 Lincoln Way, Marshalltown, IA 50158

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Group Buy-Ins

New this year.  We are offering experiences for a set price per person.  These experiences are capped at the number of people that can participate.  First come, first served.

(This list is not final and is subject to change.
Please see the addendum for any changes or additions – Click Photos to Enlarge)

  1. “Da Vinci, Donatello and Dietzenbach!” Come learn to paint with Father Alan Dietzenbach. This event will be held on Sunday, December 2nd from 2-4pm at the Pusillo Barn. Participants will paint a Christmas scene to decorate their home for the holidays. Enjoy Mulled Wine and good fellowship with this unique experience. There are only 16 spots available. Participation is $45/person which includes all supplies! Sponsored by: Father Alan Dietzenbach and Gary & Marybeth Pusillo
  2. “Chopped Jr. in Marshalltown” 6th through 8th graders will form their own teams of 2-3 to complete for the top chef title in Marshalltown! Friday, January 11th from 4-7pm. Area youth will put their culinary skills to the test in St. Henry’s kitchen by using pre-determined ingredients to make the best dishes. Participation is $50 per child and covers all supplies. Spots are only available for 6 teams, so pull your group together and start practicing your cooking skills! Sponsored by: Parish Youth Ministers, Bethany Jablonski and Alissa Herrick
  3. “Donated Responsibly” Designated Driver ride services are available to and from Harvest Ball. A $10/person or $20/couple donation will provide round-trip transportation to and from the Harvest Ball, allowing you to celebrate responsibly. All profits go to the school and you will be billed for the service at auction check-out. Please contact Jill Bidwell via e-mail at jill.bidwell@gmail.com by October 31st to sign-up for this great service! Sponsored by Jensen Ford.
  4. “Marshalltown Progressive Dinner” – This local culinary event will be held on Saturday, December 8th and allows you a Taste of Marshalltown!  Participants will start at 5:30 pm at the Iowa River Brewing Company with a tasting of local beer and spirits. The main course will be held at The Pitch Fork in Laurel, the area’s newest farm to table restaurant, available by group appointment only!  The night will conclude at the Tremont on Main for dessert at 8 pm. This is an exclusive event for up to 10 people at a cost of $80 per person. Grab your group and sign up fast before this fills up! Sponsored by Stover Controls, Iowa River Brewing, and the Tremont.

 

Live Auction Items

(This list is not final and is subject to change.
Please see the addendum for any changes or additions – Click Photos to Enlarge)

  1. Vacation for 6 in Lagarrique, France
  2. Golf Vacation for 4 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
  3. Glamping in Virgin, Utah at Zion National Park

Silent Auction Items

(This list is not final and is subject to change
Please see the addendum for any changes or additions)

Culver’s Night

Thank you to all who volunteered and joined us for Culver’s Night. We raised a little over $400.

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Battle of the Books

Battle of the Books has started. This is a program for grades 4 – 6. The students have been informed as to how it will run differently this year. Students who are interested in participating should be reading the books and putting their notes down on a sheet provided in their classroom. If you have …

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Amazon Smile

Any time you purchase through AmazonSmile (and chose St. Francis as the beneficiary) we get a kickback. It’s all the normal stuff and prices as regular Amazon, you just start your shopping at smile.amazon.com. Coming up though, from Oct 29 – Nov 2, AmazonSmile will increase the donation rate on all eligible smile.amazon.com purchases. This will be Amazon’s largest …

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Trunk of Treat

Sunday, October 28th  3:00pm – 4:00pm WHAT IS IT?  A “trick-or-treating” opportunity for kids AND a treat-giving opportunity for adults!  It allows us to gather as a church family and provides a safe and secure Halloween environment for children. Kids will go from car to car (trunk to trunk!)  Adults will hand out treats from the …

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