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1 2019 UU Annual Goods & Services Auction UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH OF BLOOMINGTON Sunday May 5, 2019 Catalog Auction Schedule.2 Auction Team.3 Rules.4 Silent Auction Items..6 Live Auction Items.13

2 Auction Schedule 12:30 pm Lunch & Baked Goods available for purchase 1:30 pm Bidder registration Silent Auction bidding begins in Meeting Room 2:00 pm Live Auction begins in the Meeting Room 2:30pm Silent Auction closes on Kids and Family Table 3:00 pm Silent Auction closes on Table 2 3:30 pm Silent Auction closes on Table 3 4:00 pm Live Auction ends Proceed to Final Check Out This Catalog and Absentee Bidder Form are Available Online at: 2

3 Thank You!! To all of the donors listed throughout these pages for their generous gifts of time, talent, and treasure; with apologies to anyone we may have unintentionally missed. To all of the bidders who will raise their paddles freely to buy these gifts. To the many energetic volunteers who made this all happen. Goods and Services Auction Team Organizing Committee Deb Fish, Ann Kamman, Joan Carlton, Rich Slabach, Ann LeDuc Auctioneer Darrell Breeden & Bill Breeden Absentee Bidders Jan Skinner + Vickie Provine Catalog Editor Lynn Struve Cashiers Drew Schrader, Arzetta Hults-Losensky Kitchen Assistants Marlin Howard, Port Chalice Circle, Mary Boutain Dessert Donors Numerous! Soup Provided By Vivian Breeden, Georgia Emmert, Janice Bagwell, Harlan Lewis Gift Basket Assembling Pat Slabach Recorder for Dinners Matt Stonecipher, Julie Cauble, Ann Connors Recorder for Bids Andrea Murray, Brandi Edwards Registration Dave Crane & Kevin Rottet Silent Auction Assistants Kelly Patrick, Amira Sabbagh Solicitation of Dinners Joan Caulton Sound Technician Chris Haynes Live Auction Item Display Glenda Breeden & Abby Gitlitz Assistance with set-up, clean-up Greg Haas, John Summerlot, Bill Boyles..and thanks to many members and friends of UU Bloomington! 3

4 Registration for Live & Silent Auctions Registration for bidders begins at 1:30 PM. Auction Rules Paddle Numbers and Buyer s Sheets Upon registration, you will receive a paddle with your bidding number on it. In order to participate in either the silent or live auction, you will need to have registered and have a bidding number. During the auction, keep track of your purchases on the half-page buyer s sheet provided at registration. Absentee Bids Please do not bid for someone else. Complete an absentee bid form and give it to the official Absentee Bidders before the auction begins. Checking Out Check-out is available after the live auction begins. When an item is sold, the bidder number and price will be recorded and filed at the Check Out tables. When you wish to leave, or at the end of the auction, please go to the Check Out tables and present your bidding paddle. The totals for your purchases will be calculated. Upon paying, you will be given a receipt for each item you purchased. Payment must be made BEFORE you retrieve your items. Payment may be made by cash, credit card, or personal check made payable to Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington and write Auction on the memo portion of the check. Present your paid receipt when you pick up your auction item(s). All purchases must be removed on the day of the auction unless purchaser requires help transporting items and gets approval from Auction Chair, Deb Fish. Notification Donors of services will be notified as soon as possible after the auction of all those individuals who purchased the donated services. Buyers should keep a copy of the auction catalog and contact donors using the telephone number/ address provided in the catalog. Expiration Policy It is up to buyers to contact donors for services purchased. Unless both parties come to an agreement on a specific extension, purchases will be forfeited after one year. This policy protects donors from building up multiple obligations for unclaimed items. The buildup leads to reluctance to offer the service for the next auction. Enter your bid on the sheet beside the item. The number on the sheet should match the one on the item s tag. Use your bidder number, NOT your name. Raise bids in whole dollar amounts only. 4

5 Do not cross out an old bid. Enter a new bid on a new line instead. Some items this year have a set price. If you want to purchase that, put your bid number on the sheet. Specific Guidelines for Silent Auction For the Kids and Family Table 1, bidding ends at 2:30 pm. Table 2 ends at 3:00. Table 3 ends at 3:30. Highest bid at closing times wins. Some items on the Silent tables will be set at one price with a specific number who can bid on them. If you bid, you win at the designated price. Winning bids will be highlighted on bidding sheets after the bidding closes. Do not remove bid sheets from the Table Areas! After paying, you must pick up your item from Table Personnel. Specific Guidelines for the Live Auction Enter your bids by raising your paddle high in the air for the spotter to see and the auctioneer to acknowledge. Feel free to bid as many times as required to enter the winning bid. During the live auction, feel free to continue placing bids for Silent Auction items. Auction will end at 4:00pm, proceed to check-out. After paying, you must pick up your item(s). THANK YOU AND ENJOY THE AUCTION!! 5

6 Kids and Families KF01 Rainbow Pack of Homemade Play-Doh. 6 lots. Specify scented or unscented, and how to personalize the container. Avail. coffee hours May 12 th and 19 th. Adrienne Summerlot, KF02a,b,c Upcycled Stuffed Critters. Made of upcycled wool with polyester stuffing. Kathleen Soens KF03 Poetry Stones Kit. For creating one s own poetic concrete word stones. Anon. KF04 Memory Game. Well-loved and well-used. Oliver Beck, KF05 Triceratops. 9 green Imaginext toy; no batteries needed. Oliver Beck, KF Star Wars Chewbacca Activity Book. Mint condition. Mary Carol Reardon, KF07 Book, I Am Malala: How One Girl Stood Up for Education and Saved the World. Avery Beck, KF08 Inflatable Submarine. 3 long; not a flotation device. Emily and Adam Leite, KF09 Young Reader Book Set. Collection of beginner books. Anna Beauchamp, KF10 Rubber Band Race Car. Classic wind-up toy car. Anon. KF11 Baby Steps 6-in-1 Ergonomic Baby Carrier. For 3 36 mos waistband. Inwardfacing, outward-facing, and back carry. Ellie Moss, KF12 Babysitting, 2 hours. Experienced babysitter and certified Safe Sitter. Will take up to two kids for two hours at a mutually scheduled time. Katie Summerlot, KF13 Gingerbread Ornament Making. Fellowship Hall, Sat. Dec. 14, 10AM-1PM; ages 3-10, bring sack lunch; minimum 5, maximum 12 kids. Kitty McIntosh,

7 KF14 Parents Time Out Dance Party for Elementary-School Kids. Fellowship Hall, Friday August 9, 5 8PM. Adrienne Summerlot, KF15 Make Your Own Slime!! or Play-Doh. UUCB Kitchen and Fellowship Hall, Sat. Nov. 2, 10AM 12PM. Workshop will include experimenting with colors, fragrances, and other additives; for ages 7 and up; children should dress for messiness; each can take home a batch in a personalized container. Adrienne and Katie Summerlot, KF16 Kid s Stone Bead Necklace. Doris Wittenburg KF17 Stuffed Animals. Box of 17 take your pick! Ann Clark, KF18 Book, Spiritual Midwifery by Ina May Gaskin. Ellie Moss, KF19 Book, The Nursing Mother s Companion, 6 th ed., by Kathleen Huggins. Ellie Moss, KF20 Book, The Real Story of the Three Little Pigs, by Kathleen Weiss and Celeste Lengerich. A retelling of the story from a green point of view, placing value on the interconnectedness of all life. Janice Bagwell and Georgia Emmert,

8 Silent Auction Items S01 Sterling Silver Earrings. Post attachment. Jan Skinner, S02 Gold Earrings. 2 triangles; French hook attachment. Anon. S03 Cubic Zirconia & Silver Ring. Large cubic zirconia surrounded by small cubic zirconia stones; size 7, heavy weight. Sharon and Dan Wiseman, (home), (cell) S04 Lapis Lazuli & Silver Earrings. Large oval lapis lazuli and silver; pierced. Sharon and Dan Wiseman, (home), (cell) S05 African Bracelet. Black, expandable; made in Africa. Sharon and Dan Wiseman, (home), (cell) S06 Antique Button Bracelet. Lavender crystal and button bracelet, by Anastatia s Button Jewelry. Sharon and Dan Wiseman, (home), (cell) S07 Stone Meditation Beads. Varied blue and white. Sharon and Dan Wiseman, (home), (cell) S08 Marcasite and Silver Ring. Six rows of marcasite stones in marquise setting; size 5. Sharon and Dan Wiseman, (home), (cell) S09 Multi-Colored Stone & Silver Butterfly Earrings. Delicate butterfly design; pierced. Sharon and Dan Wiseman, (home), (cell) S10 Pink Quartz & Silver Drop Earrings. Pierced. Sharon and Dan Wiseman, (home), (cell) S11 Circle Color Stone Pin. Leaf and flower pattern. Sharon and Dan Wiseman, (home), (cell) S12 Rhinestone & Plated Metal Bracelet. Adjustable multi-color rhinestones. Sharon and Dan Wiseman, (home), (cell) S13 Kazuri Orange Pottery Necklace & Earrings. Kenyan. Claire Robertson, S14 Carved Leather Feather Pin. By Shenandoah artist Paul Burnett. Janice Bagwell and Georgia Emmert,

9 S15 Dinner: An Alsatian Sampling. Hearty Alsatian food reflects the German and French influences on the region s cuisine. The meal is heavily centered on pork, with the menu including flammekueche (bacon-y pastry appetizer), choucroûte garnie (sauerkraut and pork cuts), and a pear tart. Sat., Nov. 2, 6PM; max. 8 guests. Linda and Charles Pickle, S16 Hug-a-Mug Coffeehouse. Listen to excerpts from Bill Breeden s upcoming book and enjoy Glenda Breeden s thoughtful poetry while hugging a warm cup of coffee or tea. Friday, Aug. 23, 7PM, UUB Fellowship Hall. Sponsored by Debbie Fish, S17 Best Li l Piemaker. Piecrust workshop. Bring your own pastry cutter, rolling pin, and pie pan; ingredients, including fruit for filling, will be available. Up to 10 participants will make crusts from scratch, taste different crusts and pies, and take home a pie ready to bake. June 1, 1PM. UUCB kitchen. Ruellen Fessenbecker, S18 Electric Toothbrush. New Crest Oral B rechargeable toothbrush with charging station, smartphone holder, and 3 brush heads. Anne Clark, S19 This & That. Box of various items. Jan Skinner, S20 Outdoor Wind Chimes. 21 long with 6 aluminum tubes. Beautiful tones, good condition. Judy Bennett, S21a, b, c, d, e, f Cork Trivets. 3 corked and 3 uncorked trivets: a-c uncorked, d-e corked, f Italian cork. Original kits created by Tommie Owens. Assembled by Ann Kamman and Rich Slabach. Ann Kamman, S22 Vinyl Record. Bought in a Minneapolis vinyl record store, but evocative of memories of Anna s freshman year at Indiana University. Anna Wiley, S23 4 Beatles Photos from the White Album. Excellent condition. Mary Carol Reardon, S24 Book, The Life of King Henry. Anna Wiley, S25 Success Framed Poster. With acrostic poem by Meiji Stewart. Janice Bagwell and Georgia Emmert, S26a, b, c, d, e Art (Coloring) Cards. Cards with sides for coloring, drawn by Anna s son, Richard. Anna Wiley,

10 S27 Willi Foerster Original Etching German Christmas Cards. 8-card set. Mary Carol Reardon, S28 Tea Service Set. Handcrafted by Linda Bowman (artist s information included). Black & white; 2 cups, tray, teapot. Iris Kiesling, S29 Handmade Wooden Box with Lid. Circular, with various woods. Jan Skinner, S30 Ernst Geissendorfer Signed Etching. Date unknown. Mary Carol Reardon, S31 Trio of Decorative Plates. Anon. S32 Cast Aluminum Cookie Plates. Anon. S33 Vintage Bone China Wedgewood Napkin Rings. Set of 5: Hathaway Rose, Wild Strawberry, Ice Rose, Kutani Crane, Clementine. Handmade ceramic; new, in boxes. Wash in mild soap by hand. Judy Bennett, S34 Cast Iron Dutch Oven. 6 quart, 3 legs, metal bail handle. Good for camping! Ellie Moss, S35 Handblown Green Glass Vase. Kintengela glass vase from Kenya; modern design featured in Elle magazine. Claire Robertson, S36 Handblown Blue Glass Vase. Kitengela cobalt blue ruffled-edge glass vase from Kenya (2017). Design by Anselm, featured in Elle magazine. Claire Robertson, S37 Pitcher. Bluish glass, made in Kenya. Greg Haas, S38 Soup Tureen. Cream-colored, with ladle and plate base. Diane Port, S39 Copeland Spode Demitasse Set. 5 cups with saucers (one cup damaged). Diane Port, S40 Japanese Sakura Sake Set. 5 pieces + 4 cups and 2 boxes. Diane Port, S41 Chinese Meditation Balls. Stimulate acupuncture points in the hand. Diane Port,

11 S42 Candle Holders. Crate & Barrel glass candle holders made in Turkey. Janice Bagwell and Georgia Emmert, S43 Serving Dish. Pink depression glass. Janice Bagwell and Georgia Emmert, S44 Boda Nova Frosted Glass Bowl. Beautiful, lavender, frosted bowl from Swedish glassmaker Boda Nova. Mary Blizzard, S45 Boda Nova Frosted Glass Vase. Beautiful, lavender, frosted vase from Swedish glassmaker Boda Nova. Mary Blizzard, S46 Handmade Tea Set. Black & white; originally created; 2 cups & teapot. Iris Kiesling, (text ) S47 Panamanian Mola Throw Pillows. 2 pillows. Colorful, reverse appliqué. Libby De Voe, S48 Cozy Neck Pillow. High quality; used only once. Diane Port, S49 a, b, c, d, e, f, g. Appliqué Quitls. 7 quilts, handmade by Victoria s mother. Sizes twin/queen. Victoria Rogers, S50 Blue Brocade Decorative Pillow. Deep blue base with multi-color floral inlay. Lynn Struve, S51 Oriental Brocade Decorative Pillow Set. 3 pillows: 1 grey background, oriental scene; 2 light-green backgroiund, oriental motifs. Lynn Struve, S52 Handmade Knit Faerie. Bodacious, 15, good-luck faerie made from a variety of yarns, ribbons, and beads. Decorative only; not a toy. Martha Foster, S53 L.L. Bean Sun Hat. Medium size; SPF 50 sun protection. Janice Bagwell and Georgia Emmert, S54 Fabric Bowl. By craftswoman at Michigan Women s Music Festival. Washable, sturdy; great for yarn, fruits/veggies, small toys, candy. Janice Bagwell and Georgia Emmert, S55 Public Ed Pack. T-shirt, magnet, sticker with Support Hoosier Teachers image. Jim Beck,

12 S56a, b, c Assorted Purses. Vera Bradley; Baroque print, mocha rouge crossbody; Jazzy Blooms shoulder bag. Amy Beck, S57 Felt Purse. Felt bag handmade by Kathmandu artisans skilled in the ancient art of feltmaking. Linda Boyle, S58 Beautiful Hanging Bird Feeder. Large capacity, height ca. 22. Overhanging roof protects seed from weather; 6 ports to attract a variety of birds. Judy Bennett, S59 Gardeners Basket. Assorted items for those who love to get their hands into the dirt. Multiple donors. S60 Cooks Basket. Multiple donors. S61 Birders Basket. Multiple donors. S62 Baby/Pet Gate. Metal frame with hardware to screw into doorframe. Twist-lock; swings open, then swings shut automatically, but will stay open if opened completely. Nick and Elizabeth Venstra,

13 Live Auction Items L01 Dinner Inspired by Iberia. Dishes will include marinated olives, tapas (endive with oranges, goat cheese, and almonds; manchego cheese canapes), seafood, sausage, bellpepper paella, white chocolate mousse with passion fruit gelee. Wine pairings. Sat., Oct. 5 th ; max. 8 guests. Jane McLeod and Steve Krahnke, L02 Berry Pies. 1 gooseberry; 1 mixed berry. Pies made from organic Brown County berries, ready to take home and bake for your occasion. Ruellen Fessenbecker, L03 Pendant & Chain. Smokey topaz; 18K gold over sterling. Doris Wittenburg, L04 Guatemalan Handmade Quilt. Suitable for wall hanging (hardware included). Made by Guatemalan mother and her 5 children, in bright national colors. Approx. 29 X 42. Judy Bennett, L05 Market/Farm-to-Table Dinner. Meal will feature local growers and farmers offerings. Wines paired with each course. Some recipes from wonderful cooks among my aunts. Sat., Sept. 28, 6PM; max. 6 guests. Sandy Churchill L06 David Grayson Book Collection. 8 books: 6 vols. by David Grayson (Roy Stannard Baker), 1 biography, and 1 autobiography. David Grayson s books celebrate living in the country in the early 1900s; they are delightful and romantic, celebrating nature, simple living, and neighborliness. Greg Haas, L07 Brunch/Lunch: Celebrating 40 Years of the Bloomington Farmers Market. Meal of soup, entrée, salad, and dessert, ingredients depending on what is featured at the Market in early October. Sun., Oct. 13, 12:45PM. Beth and Tom Hollingsworth, L08a, b, c, d Paper Art Collages. 4 matted, unframed, 8X10 collages with inspirational words: (1) Dr. Seuss, Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It s not ; (2) Cornell West, Never forget that justice is what love looks like in public ; (3) Rachel Carson, Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long a life lasts ; (4) Frank Lloyd Wright, Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you. Mary Hambly (Paper Art Quilts & Creations),

14 L09 Vegetarian (Mostly Vegan) Dinner and Garden Tour. Casual dinner, including recipes from India, some mildly spicy. Main dishes to include lentil and other curries and vegetable dishes. Also appetizers, drinks, salads, and dessert. Local produce, including the donors own fruits and vegetables where possible. Guests will be invited to tour the donors permaculture gardens and orchard. Anne and Chris Haynes, L10 Decorative Medieval Shield. Medieval-style shield, about 2 tall, green with a gold cross. Ellie Moss, L11 Pontoon Picnic Cruise. Enjoy the nooks and crannies of Lake Lemon on an evening cruise complete with a picnic dinner. Max. 6 people. Date TBD between the Breedens and the winning bidders. Vivian & Darrell Breeden, L12 Celestial Sweets. 3 dozen of your favorite cookies, baked when you want them. Celeste McGregor, L13 Poetea! An hour of tea and Barb s poetry in your home. (Perfect gift for a homebound friend.) Date and time TBD. Barb Schwegman, L14 (Mostly) Traditional German Sunday Dinner. Main course: Hasenpfeffer (rabbit stew) with Spätzle and vegetable side, plus soup, salad, and dessert. Sun., Oct. 13, 1PM. Julie Lawson, L15a, b HOPE Gallery Wrapped Canvas Graffiti for Breast Cancer. 2 available. This graffiti was spray-painted on the side of an abandoned movie theatre, with a pink ribbon in place of the O in HOPE. Michael Rhodes, michaelrhodes2015, L16a, b Gardening Help. 1 hour each of gardening help for two luck bidders. Transplanting, bulbs, edging. No ladder work. Choose spring, summer, or fall. Ann Kamman, L17 WNIT Hoosier Hysteria championship poster, 18X24. Signed by IU s Coach Teri Moren. Janice Bagwell and Georgia Emmert, L18 Pre-Columbian Encounter. Food selections from Arawak, Mayan, Incan, Aztec, and North American traditions before the arrival of Europeans. Native beverages will be in the mix, though an exception to the pre-columbian rule will be made in favor of Vitis venefera grapes for the wine pairings (and possibly in a few other items). Naturally gluten free. Max. 8 guests. Sat., Sept. 14, 5:30PM. Andrew & Charlotte Appel,

15 L19 The Fish Cooker. Pastel on handmade French paper, by Lynne Gilliatt. When I tired of the landscape before me, I looked down and saw my feet and the fish cooker! This suited me more than the mountainous landscape in New Mexico. Lynne Gilliatt Studio, L20 Antique Crib. Handmade wooden crib on wheels, slept in by six babies between 1917 and Folds up. Could be used for plants, toys, linens, pillows. Glee Gillies Noble, L21a, b Limocello Liqueur. 2 bottles 750ml, 95-proof lemon liqueur, to be served from the freezer, tipped straight or mixed. Italian (Sorrento) recipe. Delicious, invigorating, intoxicating! Charlie Pickle, L22 Custom Tour of Indiana University. Join a guide, John, for a detailed, two-hour walking/bus tour of the campus. The histories of music, architecture, the environment, military presence, protests, skeletons in closets? Arrangements can be made beforehand to focus on things that most interest you (or your group). Great for when you have visitors in town, or when you want to show off the campus to a friend. For newcomers as well as lifelong residents. John Summerlot, L23 Festival of Summer Flavors. Bountiful harvests from gardens and woods. Appetizers feature mojito mint frappé (rum optional) with chanterelle and gruyère tart. Main course includes planked salmon with fennel pollen, green beans with parsley-walnut gremolata, and spiced cucumber & red lentil salad. Dessert wraps it up with summertime fresh-fruit delight and assorted chocolates. Max. 8 guests. July 3, 6:00 PM. Diana and Bob Port, L24 Let s Do Brunch! Leisurely Sunday brunch. Sample menu: mimosas or straight champagne; sweet & savory cheesy bacon wraps; deviled eggs; spinach-artichoke strata; smoked salmon with toppings; green salad; fruit salad; pastries, pavlovas with lemon curd & fresh berries; coffee & tea (espresso on request!). Max. 8 guests. Sept. 8, 1:30PM, 2505 Poplar Court (Spicewood). Doris Wittenberg and Harlan Lewis, L25 Necklace & Earrings. Matching set from Fossil Rain, designed by Lorraine Merriman Farrell. Celeste McGregor, L26 Special Meatloaves. Two kinds available: choose Cajun or Italian. Harlan Lewis,

16 L27 One Week in Condo, Berkeley, CA. 2 bdrms, 1½ baths; upstairs of a Victorian house in downtown Berkeley; walk to restaurants and UC Berkeley campus. Appropriate for couple or couple with one child. Check with Ogrens for possible dates, fall 2019 or April-May Harold & Denise Ogren, or (cell) L28 Lady s Hand-knitted Jacket. Bulky knit, green-heather 100% wool, ¾ length sleeves, size M. Julie Lawson, L29 Handmade Throw. Multicolored in elaborate pattern. Use as afghan, cars eat blanket, or other covering. Claire Nisonger, L30 Dining Down the Danube. Dinner reflective of cuisines found from Budapest to Vienna, adapted to New World palates. Dishes include appetizer platter of cheese and sausage with homemade rye bread, followed by marinated cucumber salad, chicken paprikash over flour dumplings, and kapusta (a carmelized cabbage dish). Dessert of pulled apple strudel, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages also will be served. Max. 6 guests. Sat., Nov. 9, 6:00PM. Steven and Kathy Gilbert, L31 Persian Feast. Come experience Persian cuisine, one of the world s great gastronomies, flourishing for centuries across the region of the former Persian Empire. A selection of appetizers kuku sabzi (leek and herb frittata), borani-e bademjan (eggplant and yogurt dip), dolmehye barge mo (stuffed vine leaves), vinegar carrots with toasted sesame seeds will be followed by a main course of gorme sabzi (chicked and herb stew) and tahdig (crunchy rice), and dessert of sholeh zard (Persian saffron rice pudding) and koloocheh (date- and walnut-filled cookies). Max. 7-8 guests. Sat., Sept. 7, 6:00PM Cape Cod Drive. Abby Gitlitz, Matt Stonecipher, Libby & Bob Devoe, L32 Woman s Embroidered Thai Jacket. Vintage black cotton with cross-stitch design on front. Lined, long-sleeved, waist-length. Made in Thailand. Linda Pickle, L33 This Year s Homemade Maple Syrup. Excellent quality, artisanal, local maple syrup. Avram Primack (Prime Maple Products), L34 Vegetarian Dinner. A refreshing summer vegetarian (but not vegan) meal of a pasta dish, and assortment of vegetable dishes, appetizers, wine and cocktails, and champagne with dessert. Max. 8 guests. Sat., July 20, 6:30PM. Marlin Howard & Arzetta Hults-Losensky, ;

17 L35 Hand-knit Shawlette. In springtime colors, this small, lightweight shawl is just in time for warm weather. It is the perfect accessory to drape casually around the neck or enhance any outfit of any color. 100% merino wool; hand wash. Amira Sabbagh, L36 Wallace Nutting Signed Print, The Resting Year. Mary Carol Reardon, L37 Millet, La Cardeuse Etching. Jean-François Millet, La Cardeuse (Woman Carding Wool), c Delteil, Melot 15, only state. 10X7 (sheet 12 3/8 X 9 1/2). Illustrated in Print Collector s Quarterly 25 (1938): 146; The Golden Age of Engraving; Leipnik, A History of French Etching. An impression is in the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum, New York. David Keppel, L38 Art by Sandy Taylor. Copper art piece. Karen Cassidy, L39 Singing Lesson. One-hour voice lesson with Scott.Hogsed, L40 American Flag Signed Print. Framed, approx.. 14X25. Al Kosinski, L41 Homemade Pizza Party. Our family has developed a very strong homemade pizza game. Come and share the goodness. Casual indoor/outdoor setting, collaborative cooking, pizza, salad, and drinks. Sample some of our local favorites as well as some custom-made for the event. Margie and Drew Schrader, L42 Bread Bowl. Handmade, woven ceramic bread bowl, 10 diameter, 4 deep. Cindy Duffy (Dragon Fly Pottery), L43 Joyful Hoops Private Lesson. Beginners Welcome! 1 private lesson for 1-3 people with certified Hoopnotica hula hoop instructor. Date/time to be arranged at place convenient for group. Sue O'Rourke Fratianni, L44 One Night at Persimmon Inn. Certificate for one night in double room, expires 12/31/20. B&B in beautifully restored home on West 4 th Street, close to restaurants and other attractions of downtown Bloomington. A cozy, home environment with eco-conscious offerings. Perfect gift for visiting friends or for your own night on the town. Paul and Sue Fratianni,