Welcome to the Family Fling at Cascade View Elementary school

Cascade View Elementary is holding their annual PTSA auction

  • Thursday, October 2, 2008 12:31pm
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Schedule of Events



4:00 Restaurants Open for Dinner

Cascade Dance Academy

4:30 Exit 25 – First Set

5:15 Raffle and Live Auction

5:45 Exit 25 – Second Set

6:30 Raffle and Live Auction

Mad Scientist

7:15 Exit 25 – Last Set

Mr. Nootenboom will be our honorary MC for the evening!



Auction Items

@ 5:15

How are we separating this?


Please sign up at Auction Registration located in Snoqualmie Ridge Athletics to receive your bid paddle and confirm your method of payment.


Bliss Spa …………………..Facial Package

Lori Riffe…………………….Wine Gift Basket

Nick & Willies Pizza……..Pizza coupons

Peanut Butter & Lilli …….Baby bouncers

Reynolds Landscap……Coral Bark Maple

SRAC………………………1 year Membership

The Artisan Table……………Gift Basket

Auction Items

@ 6:30

Tim Nootenboom…………………………Lunch

Tim Nootenboom……..Principal for a Day

Chainsaw carving…………Donna Genovese

TPC …………………..TPC Member for a Day

Zeebi’s …………………………………..Toy Basket


The Cascade Team …………………………. ………………Social Membership at TPC

Moments of Expression ………………..

……….Designer Family Portrait Session

Quadrant Homes …………………………..

………………………….Round of Golf (4) at TPC

CVES PTSA …………………………………….

5 front row seats to cves concerts all year

Includes 2 front row parking spaces



Dining Options:


Please feel free to turn in your ticket at any of the following participating restaurants for dinner. Red tickets are for adults; blue tickets are for kids. Turn in the top portion (filled out on the back) for a raffle. Boxes are located at the admission/ticket table. Use the bottom portion of the ticket “Keep this Coupon” to turn in for payment for your dinner. We appreciate your donating to the CVES PTSA and hope that you enjoy our fine establishments!


Please note alcohol is only permitted inside restaurants or on restaurant patio areas.


Please visit the Snoqualmie Ridge Athletic Club (SRAC) for a demonstration of the Activ-Boards. The Activ-Boards are one of the many goals this year for the PTSA and were the #1 priority of teachers. Please take a moment to see what your generosity will do for the children of the neighborhood!





Menu



Anna’s

Adults: Chicken or Beef Fajitas + Drink

Kids: Any kids’ menu item + Drink

Adult Beverages are additional



Mike’s Cascade Grill

Adults: Baby-back ribs and veggies + Drink

Kids: Any kids’ menu item + Drink

Adult Beverages are additional



Sebastian’s

Adults: Spaghetti + Drink

Kids: Spaghetti with meat sauce or plain + Drink

Adult Beverages are additional



Uncle Si’s

Adults: 8″ 1-topping pizza + choice of 1 beer,

1 wine or drink

Kids: 8″ 1-topping pizza + drink

Pay add’l for add’l Adult Beverages


Zoka’s

Adults: Sandwich, Drink, Dessert

Kids: Sandwich, Drink and Dessert

No Adult Beverages



Pickle lady??

Thai place??

Georgios ??

Taco Del Mar??

Noble Dragon??




–Donor Card Participants —

The following businesses have donated goods, services or monetary contributions to make this event possible. Many, not all, will provide special offers or discounts in the coming school year. You have access to these offers by way of the Direct Donor card, provided with your $100 donation to the CVES PTSA. Look for e-mail alerts notifying you of these special offers and when they are valid. This is their way of thanking you for your support!

Mike’s Cascade Grill       Zeebi’s

Anna’s             The Cascade Team

Sebastian’s Georgio’s SUBS

Uncle Si’s Pizza       SecretSUN

Zoka’s             Bliss

SRAC Hip 2-b Square

Peanut Butter& Lili       Taco Del Mar

UPS Store        Mignone Interiors

TPC Snoqualmie Ridge Artisan Table




Our special thanks, as well, to the following groups or individuals, for their support:

City of Snoqualmie -Mayor Matt Larson

Snoqualmie Police Department

Cascade View Elementary Staff

Principal Tim Nootenboom

Countless Volunteers – YOU’RE AWESOME

Exit 25 Band


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