Auction Day 2: Parties Open at Noon!

Welcome to Day 2 of the Cherry Crest Auction!
In auction news today, we highlight the fabulous Community Events category, which are open for sign-ups as of now (12pm Wednesday)! Whether it’s a themed soiree hosted in a private home or a luxury suite at a sporting event, these parties and events generously donated by your fellow Cherry Crest parents are consistently among the hottest-selling items. Most of these events have limited availability at a fixed price to the first people to sign up, so nudge the friends that you wish to join you and get your name in there now!

But wait! Before you go, please take a moment to hear a message from our trusty auctioneer Matt Lorch, who will  tell you a bit more about some of the items you can expect to see there!

“Hi there, I’m Matt Lorch, news anchor and reporter at Q13 news in Seattle and your auctioneer for the Cherry Crest online auction. As I mentioned once before, I attended this amazing school Kindergarten through sixth grade. It is such a remarkable community! And right now you can go to the online auction and sign up for some of our really exciting and fun community events that we can take part in once we can gather together once again. There are tons of parties hosted by Cherry Crest parents – a great way to meet up with old friends and make some new ones. There’s “A Taste of Persia” which will take you on a journey through Iran’s culinary landscape, a luxury suite at Emerald Downs race track, that looks like a blast. There’s a Kids Acrylic Pour Party where students make a masterpiece while parents mingle and have fun. These events opened at noon, many with limited availability. So don’t waste a moment. Clicking and reserving your spot. Many of these experiences are some of the most sought after items at the auction every year. You know, just by taking part you are supporting the Cherry Crest PTSA and your child’s education. Think about this, you’re going to have so much fun, while becoming the parent of the year. So sign up, and bid away.”