Raffle basket donations needed

On Saturday, February 14, 2015, the Sycamore Music Boosters will host a special night of jazz and classical music and savory treats and desserts entitled “A Note to Remember” from 7:00 – 11:00 PM at Blumen Gardens in Sycamore. Along with the great music and culinary delights, one of the highlights of the evening is a raffle of spectacular gift baskets and prizes created with the donations from our music families! We are asking our grade 4-12 music students to donate an item to add to our baskets to be raffled at the event. We welcome items of all kinds and value! If you are looking for ideas, here are some items that have worked great in the past:

Sports tickets College, professional and SHS Sport clothing Sports posters and books Musical DVD’s CD’s iTune Cards Theatre tickets Memorabilia Lotions and Spa items Musical scores or sheet music Chocolates and sweet treats Restaurant or movie gift certificates Cookbooks Beverages (For adult beverages please do not bring to school – contact the number below to arrange pick-up)

If you are able to contribute to the baskets or would like to donate an item for our raffle/silent auction, please give the item to your music instructor by Friday, January 30. Arrangements can also be made for pick-up if necessary. Contact Lori Grant, coordinator with any questions at 815-757-9895 or email her at lgrantbuckeye89@gmail.com . Tickets to this adult-only event can be purchased in the main office at the high school, Kar Fre Flowers, Northern Rehab, Ricaradis, and Sean’s Coffee House. Tickets are $25/person.

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