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Eastern Iowa Golf Auction

The Iowa 4-H Foundation will host their third and final golf outing of the summer at Blue Top Ridge in Riverside, IA. This golf outing will include a live auction during the evening social and will feature six items valued at over $9,000!

Can’t attend our live auction on Friday? You can be a proxy bidder! We will place your bid on your behalf during the live auction. If you would like to place a bid on any of the following item(s), please contact Carter Collins at 515-294-1607. We will take your highest bid from Wednesday, August 21st at 9:00 AM to Thursday, August 22nd at 4:00 PM. The live auction will take place on Friday, August 23rd 7:00 PM.

Auction Items:

1.       Home/Office Décor donated by P&K Midwest. This package includes two framed and matted agricultural prints, each valued at $150.

2.       Iowa State Recycle Bin donated by Cummins Central Power. This package includes a one-of-a-kind Iowa State recycle bin. Dress up your tailgate party or workplace with this item! Redeeming your cans never looked so good! Valued at $200.

3.       Spirit Lake Getaway donated by Ramada Spirit Lake and Casey’s General Store This getaway package includes $100 towards your stay at the Ramada Spirit Lake and a $50 Casey’s Gift Card for gas to help get you there! This package is valued at $250.

4.       Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort (Cabo San Lucas, Mexico) Enjoy a 4-night stay in an ocean-view deluxe standard room including daily breakfast for two at this 4-diamond hotel located on an inlet bay in the Sea of Cortés.  Revel in the luxury of your room’s private ocean-view balcony, sumptuous linens and richly-appointed furnishings created from handcrafted wood. Each of the vibrant, richly-styled guest rooms is the creation of renowned designer Paul Duesing of Paul Duesing Partners, rated #1 by Conde Nast Magazine and profiled in Architectural Design for going far beyond the ordinary.

This hotel offers exclusive access to the only swimming-allowed beach in Los Cabos. Resort amenities include two deluxe pools with swim-up bars -- a serene Infinity pool and Dolphin Terrace pool overlooking the Sea of Cortés, the Spa Oasis, two lighted tennis courts, and a state-of-the-art fitness center featuring PRECOR equipment and flat-panel TVs at every station. And for families, enjoy the Hilton’s “Vacation Station”, providing scheduled activities and fun-filled programs for children ages 4-12.

An eclectic mix of historic architecture and stylish shopping can be found in Cabo San Lucas and San Jose Del Cabo.  Cabo San Lucas is known for world-class restaurants, specializing in cuisine ranging from upscale Mexican to fresh and flavorful sushi. Nearby activities may include world-famous game fishing where you can fish for Dorado, Yellow Fin Tuna, and the illustrious Blue Marlin, hiking, horseback riding, and nature tours along the unique desert terrain of the Baja Peninsula.  There are six championship Cabos San Lucas golf courses nearby, some created by master designers such as Robert Trent Jones, Jr. and Jack Nicklaus.
Blackout dates:  February 19-21; March 1-4, 8-13; May 7-10; June 27-29; December 21, 2013-January 5, 2014.
American Airlines: This package includes round-trip coach class service for two from any American Airlines destination in the 48 contiguous United States or Canada to San Jose del Cabo, Mexico, subject to availability.  A Saturday night stay is required. AAdvantage miles may be earned in accordance with the terms and conditions of the AAdvantage frequent flyer program. Miles cannot be utilized to upgrade these coach class certificates to a higher level of service. The following blackout dates apply:
Jan 1-2; Mar 9-10, 16-17, 23-24; Mar 29-Apr 1; Jul 3-7; Nov 22-27; Nov 30-Dec 2; Dec 20-23, 27-31. 2014: Jan 1-2; Mar 8-9, 15-16, 22-23, 28-31; Jul 3-6; Nov 21-26; Nov 29-Dec 1; Dec 26-31.
Airfare will expire one year from the date of purchase. Any airport departure taxes, fees or fuel surcharges (if charged) are the responsibility of the purchaser.
Must be booked a minimum of 60 days in advance.  Reservations are subject to availability.  Certificates cannot be replaced if lost, stolen or destroyed.  All purchases are non-refundable.  Packages cannot be resold.  Suggested retail value is calculated using tariff air rates and rack room rates.  Ground transportation is not included.

5.       Cyclone Game Day Package #2: Football and Fuel This package includes two tickets near the 45 yard line to attend three Iowa State home football games. These games include UNI 8/31, TEXAS 10/3, and TCU (Homecoming) 11/9. A $25 Sam’s gift card is also included to help refuel your car or tailgating supplies.  This package is valued at $385.

6.       Cyclone Game Day #1 Football and Food. This package includes two tickets new the 45 yard line to attend three Iowa State home football games. These games include IOWA 9/14, OKLAHOMA STATE 10/26, and KANSAS 11/23. Also included in this package is a dinner for two at Applebee’s in Ames. This package is valued at $455.


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