Summit Mystery Night is Saturday
And itís the one-two-three oíclock rock. Come rock around the clock at Summit Academyís Seventh Annual Mystery Night. Itís not too late to purchase tickets for our biggest fundraiser of the year. Come join the fun and relieve the fifties at Greencreek Community Hall on September 18th, beginning at 6 PM.
And car collectors, come take a look at the centerpiece of our live auction: a 1987 IROC Camaro: with a high performance 350 engine. This hot item features a T-top sunroof, new tires, new upholstery, and a new paint job. A chance to bid on this classic is worth the admission fee.
Double admission tickets entitle you, not just to a fun-filled and suspenseful evening, but a 1 in 350 chance at winning one of the four following prizes: $10,000 cash, OR, and extreme home make-over package worth over $10,000. Donated by Lindsleyís, OR, a Honda TRX 350 Rancher ES 4x4 ATVís with a trailer from Tackettís Saw Shop, OR, a fantasy get-away or family vaction package from Dream Weavers of Grangeville.
And if you miss out on the really big prizes, there are some great items to be given out to every fifteenth ticket holder drawn. These include a brand new combination rocker recliner with a rocking ottoman donated by B&B Bargain, a flower bouquet for each moth of the year given by A-1 Flowers in Cottonwood, a DVD player, free passes to Manchester Ice Skating Rink in McCall along with fifty dollars worth of gas, or a float trip for two, donated by Vic & Shirley Gehring. Other prizes include a two hundred dollar gift certificate from Les Schwab, a hotel stay at the Red Lion with a dinner for two, an overnight stay at the Church Yard Inn in Uniontown along with fifty dollars worth of gas, a video viewer for your car, given by Randy and Vicki Shears, and a barrel planter/ fertilizer/ weed-killer package donated by MacGregorís. Or, you might win an overnight stay at Dog Bark Park with a dinner for two at the Country Haus, or, a package including passes to the Grangeville Golf Course, a Motel 8 overnight stay in the room with a hot tub, and breakfast at Oscarís.
But, if you miss out on the prizes, you could walk away with a real bargain on one of the live auction items. These include a landscape accent solid redwood bridge with arched railings, and outdoor pond from K-Mart with a 32Ē statue of Jesus of the sacred Heart from Jack and Jeanne Wimer, a camcorder donated by Wal-Mart and percy and Edna Roeper, a 2-person once-a-month dinner at a selection of restaurants, and a 2-person lawn/storage bench with two patio lamps donated by Schlader Photography.
Come take a look at some of the prizes featured in the window of Schladerís Photography on Main Street in downtown Cottonwood. Tickets can be purchased by calling Summit Academy at 962-5650, Schlader Photography at 962-3249, or by contacting a parent of any Summit Academy student. 

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