19th annual event is the program’s largest fundraiser of the year
BRUSH PRAIRIE — Rocksolid Community Teen Center will hold its 19th annual auction Sat., March 14 at Warehouse 23. The auction is the program’s largest fundraiser of the year.
Doors open at 5 p.m.
The Lucky Shamrock Auction will include a live and silent auction, games, photo booth, and more. The auction is the largest fundraiser of the year to maintain the after-school program. Presenting Sponsor this year is Riverview Community Bank, Pacific Bells, S&T Truck Repair; Gold sponsor is Dan’s Tractor. Luck of the Irish Sponsors are Total Merchant Concepts and Kiewit Corporation.
Tickets are $75 each and available at the website: www.rocksolid-teen.com. Tables seat 10. Guests are encouraged to note seating arrangements if they have a group of 10 who would like to sit together.
“We are always amazed and feel very blessed by the outpouring of support which rallies our program,’’ stated Marcy Sprecher, executive director at Rocksolid. “The auction is an extremely fun event, and the word is out, as we have sold out the last three years in a row. We appreciate that the community recognizes the value of youth and our program. We are serving more teens every year, so we are in great hopes to exceed funds raised last year.”
Rocksolid is currently accepting donations of goods or services for this event. Individuals and businesses interested in sponsoring or donating items please contact the teen center at (360) 885-2181 or email the executive director at Marcy@rocksolid-teen.com.
About Rocksolid Community Teen Center
Rocksolid Community Teen Center offers a safe place after school for 5th-2th grade students in the Battle Ground and Hockinson School Districts. The center is open every day after school from 2:30 to 5:30 pm. The program emphasizes activities that foster healthy relationships, build business and leadership skills, encourage strong homework habits, educate life skills and allow students to thrive. To ensure all teens can afford to attend, annual membership is only $20 a year, making fundraising vital.
Rocksolid is located in the lower level of Bethel Lutheran Church, where they have graciously donated the space. The center’s mission is “To provide a safe place for youth of our community and to foster relationships with one another and caring adults for the purpose of encouraging them to become ROCKSOLID persons.”
Those interested in finding out more about the program, Executive Director Marcy Sprecher can be reached at (360) 8852181 or by email at Marcy@rocksolid-teen.com or visit the center’s website at http://rocksolid-teen.com/ .