XXX XX, 2023 6:00pm - 9:00pm
February 11, 2022 10:30am-1:00pm
October 27, 2022 6:00pm -9:00pm
November 6, 2021 6:00 PM
The Annual Dinner & Auction will be held on November 6, 2021.
Limited to 100 attendees so please get your tickets soon!
There will be a FABULOUS WINE PULL where you are guaranteed at least a minimum pull of a $25 bottle of wine and probably more!
RAFFLE WINNERS will be announced!
Your Margarita will be COLD
and the Salsa will be HOT!
Join us for a Nacho Average FUN NIGHT!
Raffle tickets can be purchased from Kathy Luckenbach. Please text or call Kathy on 281.794.7555.
The 4 Seasonal Dinners this year will be hosted by wonderful cooks in beautiful homes! I can't wait to see what they are serving up. For Questions about the Dinners, please contact Ann Wendell.
These live auction items are overloaded with GREAT VALUE and sure to please. These items are as hot as our salsa!
Happy Hour will never be the same... These are going to be amazing!!
1 Ticket is $20
You Get 6 Tickets for $100
Panera - Pappadeaux - Perry's
MACY'S & DSW
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Our “Summer Dinner for All Seasons” was held at Terry & Sandra Dickey’s beautiful home. with seafood on the menu and NO disappointed guests! The guests now know the history of the beloved main course of Chilean Seabass:
The name "Chilean Seabass" was invented by a fish wholesaler named Lee Lantz in 1977. He was looking for a name that would be more attractive to the American market rather than the true identity of the Patagonian Toothfish. [ Smart man :-)] The guests didn’t care what Sandra called the FISH – they loved the Toothfish and the Scallops too!
The “Spring Dinner for All Seasons” was held at George & Rootie Foster’s lovely home. As see here, both Rootie and George were sporting their Chef outfits. The guests were pleasantly delighted with exceptional fine dining and enchanted by the wine selection.
Some never knew a Brussel Sprout could taste so good! A fun time was had by all.
A fun time was had by all.... From the menu to the delicious homemade cookies made by Marie Fuller for everyone to take home. 623 Chevy Chase looked as festive as ever. Congratulations Shelby for being the recipient of a lovely dinner.
Hosted by Ann Wendell, the colors of the season dominated the lovely setting.
This year our afternoon tea, purchased by 12 individual bidders, had a English afternoon tea theme with special tea accoutrements along with lots of laughter, stories and good times!
Due to COVID-19, we are employing unusual ways to "FUNraise" this year..
So - It's Date Night Bidding:
Bidding Closed: Wednesday 10/14/2020
Due to COVID-19, we are unable to host the Annual Dinner & Auction this year in person. However, we are still hard at work with our fundraising efforts. We would very much appreciate your generous donation even though we can’t gather together this pandemic year. The benefit of donating will help us with our mission of Home Sweet Home: Bloom where you are Planted. This mission couldn’t be more true since we are all planted at home 24/7 and we need to continue to bloom and beautify our Sugar Creek neighborhood.
Hosted by the Edmiastons, this fete was a huge success.
The Friendship Tea and Silent Auction was a great success. Lovely venue, plenty of items to bid for all ages!
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May 6, 2023 – 10 am to 4 pm
See this year’s five showcased home gardens representing the beauty of Sugar Creek highlighting the diverse garden sizes and styles of the neighborhood. Enjoy the day visiting these lovely backyards at your own pace and try your luck in the raffle. It’s your rare chance to peek behind the fences! Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the Sugar Creek Guard House or at any of the houses on the tour. Rain or Shine.