Thank you for the support for the 2020 virtual gala. The Hamilton Education Foundation is excited to announce the date for the 2021 gala (which will hopefully be in person again!)
(April 4, 2020) The community, district parents, and educators are social distancing for safety. But they certainly came together tonight for the online auction in support of Hamilton School District students and educators!
The Grand Raffle winners are:
- Misti Swanson $1000
- Mary Coady $500
- Julie Johnson $250
- Chelsi Reilly $100
Silent Auction & Raffle Basket Winners
Prizes can be picked up at the Associated Bank in Sussex on from 9am to noon on either April 11th or April 18th. Look for the HEF Gala signs as we will be using the deposit drive through to maintain social distancing and the welfare of our donors!
Please note: If your only auction winnings were exclusively gift cards and certificates, those will be mailed the week of April 6th, 2020.
Should you require delivery: Please let us know and we will be happy to make those arrangements. firstname.lastname@example.org
Raffle Basket Winners
802 – Waterpark FUN – Renee MacCudden
803 – Outdoor Games – Anita Hilleman
804 – Wined Down – Julie Huebner
805 – Lannon Dodgeball Tourney – Anita Hilleman
806 – Movie Night – Claralyn Mahuta
807 – “Spice Up Your Life” – Patti Nagai
808 – Car Spring Cleaning – Paul Mielke
809 – Raking in the Cash – Jason Pettit
810 – Farmhouse Chic – Wendy Mair
811 – Reduce, Reuse & Recycle – Margaret Bingen
812 – R-E-L-A-X – Tina Kurhajec
813 – “Take Me to Serenity” – Anita Hilleman
814 – Take it Outside – Angie Bilstad
815 – Charger Pride – Jessica Janiszewski
816 – Welcome 2 to World of Charcuterie – Jerry Schmitz
817 – Fuel UP! – Katie Bernard
818 – Charger Outback – Laura Watson
819 – All About Wisconsin! – Ann Wodarczak
820 – A Woman’s Must Have – Sheri Pellechia
821 – Hobo Lookin’ Style – Shirley Adams
822 – Yeti Fun – Trisha Isaac
823 – Mixed Greens – Victoria Syslack
824 – Board & Brush Girls’ Night – Ann Ubert
825 – House of Joy – Kim Martin-Drea
826 – Home is Where the Heart Is – Joel Anthony
827 – Unicorns & Rainbows – Anne Deirich
Join the Online Auction; Register & Bid HEFGala2020.givesmart.com
Support Hamilton District Teachers & Students
We still have a million dreams to enrich, enhance, and extend the learning opportunities for teachers and students in the Hamilton School District!
However…. nothing is more important than safety for our district and community partners. Given the accelerating Coronavirus impact and health agency recommendations to limit large gatherings, we have decided to transition the event from an Auction Dinner to an Online Auction.
We have worked diligently to bring an updated and exciting event to you. Our community partners, parents, and school faculties have generously supported the the foundation with auction donations. So while our circumstances have changed, the need to support teachers and students remains.
Later this week will be sending more information regarding your option to refund your Gala ticket or donate the value of your dinner ticket . We will share more information regarding the upcoming online event and refund opportunities in the coming days. Thank you for your patience and support during this process.
We hope you will continue to support the Gala in its online form. Please register HEFGala2020.givesmart.com All auction items will be available to see and bid on soon! Our Gala will be online April 4th for all to participate in.
We are excited to have Piano Brew dueling pianos as part of the after dinner entertainment for the 2020 Gala. Bring your best dance moves and be prepared to sing along!
SUPPORTING EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
The Hamilton Education Foundation is a nonprofit organization established in June 1991 by friends and supporters of the Hamilton School District to generate financial support for programs and projects that will enhance, extend, and enrich the educational opportunities offered to the students in the Hamilton School District.
GENEROUS BACKING FROM PEOPLE LIKE YOU
With the generous backing and support of individuals, businesses, and organizations, the Foundation has funded over $1.4 million for enthusiastic projects and programs, which offer exciting and challenging opportunities through educational, cultural, and academic achievement grants for students, enrichment workshops or seminars, projects that promote involvement interaction with the community, as well as recognition for special accomplishments.