Hawaiian Fun Facts…. (from 50states.com) Mauna Kea is the tallest mountain in the world (measured from it’s base at the ocean floor) The largest contiguous ranch in the United States is in Hawaii. The Parker Ranch near Kamuela has about 480,000 acres of land. Yahoo Paniolo! Send your Hawaiian themed pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will … Continue Reading »
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Hawaiian Fun Facts…. (from 50states.com) Hau’oli Makahiki Hou! (Happy New Year in Hawaiian!) The beloved Macadamia nut did not originate in Hawaii, but was imported from Australia in the 1880’s and was a harvest crop beginning in the 1920’s No building on the island of Kauai can be taller than a palm tree by law … Continue Reading »
Hawaiian Fun Facts…. (from 50states.com) Mele Kalikimaka is Hawai’i’s way of saying Merry Christmas. There are only 12 letters in the Hawaiian alphabet. Consonants: H, K, L, M, N, P, W Vowels: A, E, I, O, U Sponsorship Would you like to be an Auction sponsor? The 10% sponsorship discount expires this Friday, December 21st! … Continue Reading »
Sponsor the Auction! We truly appreciate our sponsors! Sponsoring the Auction greatly reduces our costs and allows more money raised to go directly to our school! If you would like to sponsor the Auction, please visit our sponsorship summary page and complete the sponsorship agreement form. Next Friday, December 21, is the deadline for your … Continue Reading »
Hawaiian Fun Facts…. (from 50states.com)
- Over one-third of the world’s supply of pineapples comes from Hawai’i.
- Hawai’i is the only US state with two official languages: English & Hawaiian.
While you are out shopping this holiday season, please consider purchasing a nice bottle of wine to donate to our Wine Grab! This game is always a fun treat at the Auction. Please fill out the Wine Grab form, and return it to the School Office or the Administration Building with your bottle of wine.
St. John Auction Sponsorship is a win for the companies that support the Auction and the school itself by underwriting the amazing community event.
If you become a sponsor before Friday, December 21, you can enjoy a 10% discount.
Important Date Reminders!
- Next Procurement turn-in is Wednesday, January 16, at morning drop-off.
- 10% Sponsorship discount ends December 21.
Procurement A great way to meet your $250 Auction donation pledge is to procure items from your favorite businesses. Many businesses are happy to donate items or services to our school! Complete the Procurement Form, print, and submit to your desired business. The next procurement turn-in is Wednesday, January 16, at morning drop-off. Thank you … Continue Reading »
Procurement Drop-off Thank you to those that dropped off Auction items yesterday. Please join me in congratulating Grace and Sean Duffett for winning the two procurement raffle tickets to the April 5th Auction! Auction Q&A Meeting We will have a Q&A Meeting tomorrow – Friday, November 16, from 8:30-10am in the Administration Building. The Auction … Continue Reading »
First Procurement Turn-in The first procurement drop-off will be held on Wednesday, November 14, during morning drop-off. Middle school students will happily take your Auction items and procurement forms from you – you don’t even need to get out of your car. All procurement forms received by the Auction office by the end of the day … Continue Reading »
This year’s St. John Auction will once again be held at the wonderful and spacious Fremont Studios on Friday, April 5, 2019. The Auction theme this year is “No Na Keiki ‘O St. John.” For those that don’t speak Hawaiian it means, “For the Children of St. John.” The Auction is St. John School’s largest … Continue Reading »
The St. Alphonsus School Auction is coming up fast. Saturday, November 17, St. Alphonsus really needs our help. Just 5 volunteers from St. John School will free St. Al parents up so they may attend and bid on items their children made or special gifts procured by friends. St. Alphonsus will reciprocate with us come … Continue Reading »