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L 11 - A Boy and His Dreams...Bears, Baseball, Biplanes, Books & Bicycles

Sponsored by: Mary Bridge Inpatient Services and Pla & Watts Endodontics

Just imagine. the little boy in your life waking up Christmas morning beside a spectacular 7-foot, medium-flocked Christmas tree with every dream imaginable: Bears, Biplanes, Baseball, Books, Bicycles and more!
Take that little boy on a trip of a lifetime to see the Chicago Cubs "PLAY BALL" at the historic Wrigley Field. That's what dreams are made of! Take your professional ballplayer in the making for a portrait session with the finest of New York and Seattle photographers. Keep that little guy a Seattle fan with Seattle Seahawks game-day tickets and Mariners baseball box seat tickets. Set him up to see Rhubarb at a Tacoma Rainiers game!

Don't worry, Christmas morning is covered with 64 teddy bears, a BOEING model plane, a model train, Legos, games, toys, books, a bicycle, helmet, longboard, sleigh, sports equipment and game-day tickets.

Tree Includes:
Play Ball! Alaska Airline vouchers for a trip for two to Chicago
Chicago Cubs gift certificate for two tickets to the game of your choice
Two tickets to the Seahawks vs. the 49ers, December 29, 2019 - 100 level south end zone
Four box seat tickets to a 2020 Mariners Game
(date TBD with ticket donor)

Festival Thanks: CAID Team: (Michelle Breland, Deshunda Mitchell, Susan Tuff, Kerri Seabold, Sue Smerer and Elizabeth Woods); Abbey Carpet & Floors of Tacoma Mick Johnson; American Products; Boeing; Emerald Home Furnishings; Hope Springs Photography; Tacoma Modern Quilters; Stacia Adams, Alfred Babinsky; David Bachman; Frank Colarusso; Val Chontofalsky of Nurture Therapy Services; Bill Kriegsman; John Neeb; Inpatient Personal Health Partners

A Special Thanks to Bill and Della Robertson; Barbara Allison, Bear Collector extraordinaire and grandmother of Dr. Elizabeth Woods

Category: Live Auction
Donor(s): Designed by: Deshunda Mitchell, Sue Smerer & Elizabeth Woods; The Child Abuse Intervention