Our annual Celebrate West Auction is set for April 14 at West Catholic High School. Join us from 6:30-11 p.m. in the WC Cafeteria to enjoy the live auction, raffles, Billy K’s LAST Polish-style dinner, champagne toast and much more! Dress code is casual with a splash of green. Check out our 2023 auction program HERE.
Live Auction – We have 45 fantastic live auction items to bid on this year, including a cooking class with Chef Jenna Arcidiacono, travel packages to Mexico, Florida and more, Michigan vs. Michigan State football tickets, a 1/2 cow and 1/2 hog, and a Blackstone Grill.
Golden Ticket – There will be 100 Wonka chocolate bars that you can purchase before the auction or purchase any that remain that evening. Each candy bar is $100 and the participant that has the candy bar containing the Golden Ticket will get to choose any one live auction of their choice before the bidding begins. Purchase a Golden Ticket now by clicking HERE!
Big Cash Raffle – Tickets are currently being sold for our Big Cash Raffle! Purchase a $20 ticket for your chance to win $5,000. WC families also have the opportunity to win a $1,000 tuition certificate.
Other auction news:
- Can’t make it to the auction but still would like to support WC? Please consider making a donation through our auction website grssc.ejoinme.org/celebratewest2023!
- Families received Big Cash Raffle tickets in the mail. Be sure to sell them in order to have a chance to be drawn for a $1,000 tuition certificate AND/OR for our $5,000 cash drawing! Additional tickets can be picked up in the Main Office. Please contact Megan Eversman ([email protected], 616-233-5918) with any questions.
- We are asking for gift card donations for value amounts of $20 or more. Donations can be mailed to West Catholic or dropped off at the donation box in the Main Office.
- We are also seeking bucket raffle donation items, such as coolers, camping chairs, electronic items, grills, gift baskets, sports memorabilia and more! If you have any questions or would like to make a donation, please contact Megan Eversman ([email protected], 616-233-5969).