Sequoit Pride, ACHS Booster Club

The Main Event 2017 was held on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at the Antioch VFW Hall. Early estimates indicate we raised $24,000 for ACHS student opportunities! More statistics:

  • 146 auction items available
  • 137 donors
  • number of attendees = SOLD OUT
  • 2 trips in a packed U-Haul to bring all the auction items
  • 1,000 balloons
  • 1 truckload of catered food from Portillo's

There was a huge array of items in the auction — with final bid prices ranging from $10 to $1,900 — including:

  • Courtside seats to Chicago Bulls games
  • Walt Disney World Park Hopper passes
  • One week at any Hilton Vacation Club property
  • Custom made bar
  • Upper lot VIP Student Parking Permit
  • And dozens of local items

This event was made possible by our coordination committee and volunteers:

COORDINATION COMMITTEE
Stephanie Winkler-Raymond
Kim Humann
Sherry Madigan
Erin Glassman
Madeleine Pokorny
Sue Johnson
David Raymond
Bruce Faber
Jim Connelly

VOLUNTEERS
Bart Winkler
Gabbie Street
Paul Flatley
Chris Walker
Lindsay Walker
Kim Connelly
Rikki Kramschuster
Cathy Willis
Jenny Utinans
Kathy Hill
Rosemary Helgesen
Jeff Gutke
Julie Clifton
Michelle Ruminski
Laura Waldbart

The following generous businesses, families, individuals, and organizations donated goods, services, and monetary donations that combined to create our 146 auction items. Sequoit Pride is deeply thankful for their generosity and support of Antioch Community High School. Please remember their support of your community when you shop!

1200 Embers
ACHS Athletic Department
ACHS Cross Country
ACHS CTE Department
ACHS English Department
ACHS Fine Arts Department
ACHS Football Coaches
ACHS Freshman Class
ACHS Junior Class
ACHS Math Department
ACHS Science Department
ACHS Senior Class
ACHS Soccer
ACHS Sophmore Class
ACHS Tennis
ACHS World Languages Department
All Tile, Inc.
American Outfitters
Antioch Community High School
Antioch Cyclery
Antioch Parks and Recreation
Antioch Pizza
Aqua Pool & Spa Pros
AYLL
Barilla
Bart Winkler
Bath & Body Works
Beelow's
Bella's Bouncies
Blu Rain Massage
Bob Chinn's
Bonnie Brook Golf Course
Brad Hubbard
Buffalo Wild Wings
Cafe Book
Carol Keller
Ceramics For You
Cheesecake Factory
Chicago Bulls
Chicago White Sox
Chris & Lindsay Walker
Classic Cinemas
Colony House
Cooper's Hawk
David & Stephanie Raymond
District 117 Lacrosse Club
District 117 School Board Members
Docano Creations
Don Hubbard
Drs. Sellke & Reily, Ltd.
Dunkin' Donuts
Eagle Carpet Services
Earth's Bounty
Ellen Ipsen / American Family
Express Homes
Exquisite Style Salon
Fast Tire Antioch
Floral Acres
Garber Fox Lake Toyota
George Bessette / ReMax
Gina Wolf Photography
Hair Design By Kathi
Hannah's
Howl At The Moon
Huntington Learning Center
Impressions Count
iPic Theaters
Jazzercise Antioch
JC Mix DJ Service
Jimano's Pizzeria
Johnny's Chophouse
Joy Gossman
Kate Spade
Kathi Michaels
Kim Humann
Kimberly Kearney
Klein Tools
Lagunitas Brewery
Landisa's
Lou Malnati's
Lynfred Winery
Madeleine Pokorny
Merle Norman
Mid Lakes Survey Company
Mike & Julie Sheren
Museum Of Science & Industry
NAPA Auto Parts
Nielsen Enterprises
NTB
O'Reilly Auto Parts
Pampered Chef
Panera Bread Co.
Parents of Sequoit Pride
Pickard China
Piggly Wiggly
PM&L Theater
PNC Bank
Queen Nails
Ravinia Festival
Relaxation At Hand
Round Lake Beach Chiropractic
Salon Sage
Sequoit Pride
Sherwin Williams
Spring Valley Golf Course
State Bank of The Lakes
Strang Funeral Home
Sylvan Learning Center Grayslake
The 30/60/90 Band
The Barker Shoppe
The Bath Works
The Chicago Bears
The Chicago White Sox
The Chicago Wolves
The Faber Family
The Hair Xperts
The Kenosha Kingfish
The Latte Cafe
The Limerick Lounge
The Lodge
The Madigan Family
The Milwaukee Admirals
The Milwaukee Bucks
The Milwaukee Wave
The Murray Family
The Redhead Piano Bar
The Sandlot
The Sybaris
The Vegas Cafe
Tilt Studios
Tom Shaughnessy
Top Driver
Vigneto del Bino
Village of Antioch
Walt Disney World
Weeping Willow Creations
Wings, Etc.
Zanies

The Main Event Archives

2016
2015

DID YOU KNOW... Raymond Auto Group supports Sequoit Pride in a huge way? Raymond Chevrolet and Raymond Kia pledged $50,000 over a ten year period. Their first payment allowed Sequoit Pride to paint "home of the Sequoits" on the Route 173 water tower and fund academic, athletic, artistic, and activity opportunities for ACHS students. Thank you, Raymond Auto Group!