Puttin’ on the Plaid Dance Party & Silent Auction to Benefit Tiered Tuition

Mark your calendars, find a plaid outfit, and get your sitters – Puttin’ on the Plaid Dance Party and Silent Auction is Saturday, April 8th, 6:30-9:30 pm in the Community Hall! This event supports our model tiered tuition program – which makes it possible for over 40% of our families to afford this education. You can support this important cause just by coming to the event – nearly half of every $25 admission ticket purchase price goes directly to Tiered Tuition. It’s sure to be a great evening – you won’t want to miss the fun!

We are very respectful that many have already given to the One Capital Campaign, yet if you have something to donate toward the auction, please let us know but do not feel obligated. There will be more information to follow about our on-line auction site.

Be an Auction Sponsor: Sponsor the Auction to promote your business or honor an individual. Each dollar raised goes directly to tuition support, and your sponsorship comes with great visibility and benefits. Contact Lynne Espy or Mary Martin soon if you are interested in being a sponsor.

Donate to the Silent Auction: Click here to complete an Auction Donation Form.

Merry-Happenings: Help us dream up a selection of fun parties that we call “MerryHappenings”. If you’ve gone to any of these, you know how fun they are and you can help make them happen!

Invitation & RSVP: Look for your invitation in your mailbox soon! If the ticket price is going to keep you from coming, sponsorship tickets are often available at a reduced price. Encourage current Maine Coast Waldorf grandparents and friends from outside the community to come – they come for free! Just send in an RSVP for them.

Buy Cash Raffle Tickets: 5 cash raffle tickets will be included in your invitation – they are $25 each or 5 for $100. In 2015 a grandparent won over $2,000 with the purchase of just one ticket.

Many thanks,
Mary Martin, [email protected], 865-3900 (Ext.113)
Lynne Espy, [email protected] (Ext. 116)