One specialty basket will allow the high bidder to enjoy a week’s stay in Daytona Beach, Fla., at the condo of Gray and Don Bridges, owners of Bridges Discount Home Store. The members of the Roland Hayes Museum Committee have provided the beach chairs, cooler and “fun-in-the-sun” equipment needed to hit the sand.
Visual Arts Guild members have pooled their contributions to gather drawing and painting supplies and a $100 gift certificate to The Art Market gift store.
The more than 30 members of Community Chorus have amassed an array of all things chocolate, and have named their basket “From Our Heart to Yours”, in honor of their upcoming concert in April.
Little Theater offers four tickets to the Lyric Theater in Atlanta, four tickets to the HAC’s August production of Arsenic and Old Lace and a Longhorn gift certificate.
The GEM Theatre contributed Annie Moses Tickets, their cookbook, note cards and commemorative ornament.
Pam Stephens, owner of Fitness First, filled her specialty basket for auction with certificates for a month’s membership, two personal training sessions with Pam Bailes and one month of tanning.
HAC Yoga instructor Rhonda Shannon filled a basket with classes and DVDs that can change and benefit the rest of your life.
Dr. Reginald Sherrill and Dr. Mary Beth Cole at Dalton Plastic Surgery have donated a $325 Botox treatment.
LifeTouch Massage therapist, Doug Acker, donated a pair of one-hour sessions.
Barbara Madison Salon and Cut N Up will pamper the ladies with style services and beauty products.
Donna’s Hallmark also participated with a variety of Hallmark products.
Sue Hibberts of SewSue Fabric Salon donated a handmade baby quilt and stuffed duck.
AGC Pediatrics’ basket contains a toy doctor’s kit, gift certificates to Jandy’s and Chick-fil-A, toys and candy.
With planting season approaching, David and Dana Hammond have supplied everything a gardener will need to dig in the dirt.
Kyle and Vivian Smith cater to the bird lover, with a bluebird house, field guide, bird seed and all things winged creatures will love.
“Handyman’s Helper”, a five gallon utility bucket filled with tools, is Gordon County Master Gardener’s entry.
Artist Rene Keese’s dapper, hand painted, wooden White Rabbit, suitable for a porch, yard or Easter table, is courtesy of American Gold River Guns and Pawn.
Tyron and Tammy Johnson of TJ’s Office Supply remember the true meaning of the Easter season with their “Blessed” basket of Christian inspired gifts.
Judy Fehlenberg’s traditional Easter basket celebrates springtime.
For Food lovers, “Flavors of the World” from The Fork Diner, donated by Gray Bridges and Diana Forster.
Caterer David Burton provided gift certificates for homemade chicken salad and pimento cheese and more.
Stacie Molleson, Customer Service Manager for Smucker’s in Akron, Ohio, sent an assortment of the many product brands that Smucker’s owns. Stacie’s mother Toni, Director of the Arts Center, put together a basket of scrapbooking supplies.
“If you are looking for a very special Easter basket, need a unique present, or are perhaps thinking ahead to Mother’s Day, we hope you will come see the beautiful selection of baskets we have on display in March,” said Toni Molleson.
Arts Center hours are Monday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
For the Spring Basket Fundraiser, the center will be open Saturday, March 9, 16 and 23 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Harris Arts Center located at 212 South Wall Street 706 629-2599 www.harrisartscenter.com.