WHY RAISE FUNDS FOR PTO?
Do you wonder why PTO needs to raise money? Without PTO funds, many of the field trips, classroom parties, assemblies, festivals, teacher appreciation, and much more that Walker has for our children would not happen. Make sure you support the auction so PTO can help make our children's experiences at Walker that much more enriched.
Here's a reminder of what matters most. Enjoy!
Thank you, thank you, Walker Community for all that you did to make Saturday’s auction an amazing success! From the rock-star committee, to the generous vendors and all of the Walker families that donated their time, talent, treasure (and wine!!)… WE THANK YOU!!!
The raffles have been drawn and the winners announced. CLICK HERE to view a list of all the winners.
Jennifer Lawrence Myall went above and beyond in taking GORGEOUS portraits of nearly every child at Walker. They are 8x10 and are fine-art quality. These photos were displayed at the auction and are still available to purchase through Friday.
If you were at the auction and were able to sample wines from the “tasting room”, NEAT Kitchen+Bar is offering all of those wines in their wine club and will be selling bottles and cases of the wines at their restaurant this month. NEAT Kitchen+Bar will donate 10% of the purchase price back to Walker School throughout the month of October! Visit NEAT Kitchen+Bar or email Michael Cairo for more details.
If you had your eye on the Aspen package but didn’t win it, it IS available to rent this season, please contact Ginger Petroff (312-497- 2591) for more information. Ginger Petroff and Ken Cunningham are happy to make a donation for any rentals generated by the Auction.
Thank you to our community sponsors, including The Clarendon Hills Bank, The Clarendon Courier, NEAT Kitchen+Bar and many Walker families, in addition to all of our generous business sponsors who contributed to the auction. To see the full list of sponsors, CLICK HERE.
Thank you again for your support. Have a wonderful week!
Katie Kozlowski and Heidi Lauerman