February 6, 2021
Special Appeal for Tuition Assistance: Join our community in raising your virtual paddle for a special cause! It is important for all families to have access to the exceptional Catholic education at Our Lady of the Lake. This year’s paddle raise will help to ensure that the ability to pay will not be a deterrent to the education we all enjoy.100% of this year’s paddle raise will go directly toward Our Lady of the Lake’s 2021-22 tuition assistance in the operating budget.No goods or services were provided in consideration of this gift. Federal Tax ID #93-0448898. Thank You Generous Donors
GOLDEN TICKET - TUITION RAFFLE
Our 2021 Auction night virtual event will kick off with a drawing to select the winner of the Golden Ticket Raffle. Only 100 tickets are available for $100 each. The winner receives a $4000 tuition credit for the 2021-2022 school year. Buy them now before they are gone!
KIDS NIGHT EVENT
Need to keep your kids busy while you watch the virtual event? For less than the cost of a babysitter, we are offering a virtual event starting at 5:45 (Auction starts at 6:00) where a local entertainer, Angel Ocasio, will teach our kids a magic trick and keep them busy via Zoom. The tickets for this are only $20 per household. Families that purchase tickets will receive items needed for learning the magic trick and the password for the Zoom party. *Reserve your spot by January 29th.
Auction night Take-out MEals
*Meal order deadline is January 29th.
Please check back for more information and details on our 2021 Virtual Auction leading up to Auction night.
Our MC for the Evening
Amy (Troy) Hendricks made her childhood "dream career" come true and for 26 years was a TV News Anchor/Reporter. She's now "living the dream" as a full-time mom of two girls, an OLL mom, community volunteer and avid golfer. You may also know her as "Coach Hendricks" from OLL Volleyball and Track. Amy grew up on a farm in Southern Oregon, playing sports and competing in 4-H. She graduated from the University of Oregon School of Journalism. Career stops took her to many states in the western half of the country. She's reported Live on the Red Carpet at the Academy Awards, during a Super Bowl, the NBA Finals and the Olympics in Australia. She returned home to Oregon in 2005 to be near family and anchor the news at KGW, and later Fox12. Amy has received several honors, including the Regional Edward R. Murrow Award, Broadcaster's Association Awards in Utah, Arizona and Oregon, and Emmy nominations for Breaking News & Cultural Reporting.