2022 Annual Groundhog FundraiserSILENT AUCTION / REVERSE RAFFLE - CONCLUDED
The Woodstock Education Foundation proudly concluded the 2022 Annual Groundhog Silent Auction / Reverse Raffle Fundraiser. Thank you for your participation in our Virtual Event.
• Silent Auction concluded 2/6/2022 at 3:00 p.m.
• The Reverse Raffle Drawing also concluded on Sunday, February 6, 2022 at 3:00 p.m. following the Virtual Silent Auction. Prize winners will receive payouts by check via U.S. Postal Service. Please check your tickets and view Raffle winners below!
Thank You to our 2022 DonorsPlease thank all of these individuals and businesses for supporting our local schools! Thank them personally and by purchasing their goods and services often.
It is never too late to donate.
Our Generous Donors:
Ambrosia Euro American Patisserie
Apple Creek Flowers, Woodstock
Associated Electrical Contractors
Aurora University Woodstock Center
BMO Harris Bank
Boulder Ridge Country Club
Bull Valley Golf Club
Chop Suey Hut, Woodstock
Craig Krandel, Attorney at Law
Craig Woods Golf Course, Chris Neuhart
Creekside Middle School
Dean Street Elementary School
District 200 Administrative Cabinet
District 200 Board of Education
D200 Education Foundation Board
Expressly Leslie Vegetarian Specialties
Family Health Partnership
Gewalt Hamilton Associates Inc.
Glassworks by Kim Brix
Greenwood Elementary School
Hattie & Myrt, Woodstock
Heritage Title Company
Hodges Loizzi Eisenhammer Rodick & Kohn LLP
Holzlager Brewing Company
Horton Group, David O'hara
Kitchen Outfitters, Crystal Lake
Luster Leaf Products - Larry Holbein
Marengo Vision Center, Mike Thomas
Marian and Jerry Michaels
Mary Endres Elementary School
Material Things Artisan Market
My Little Bow Peep Shop
Northwood Middle School
Olson Elementary School
Papa Murphy's Pizza Woodstock
Paul Houle, Artist
Prairiewood Elementary School
Public House Woodstock
Queen Nails Crystal Lake
Read Between the Lynes - Arlene Lynes
Ric Larson, Artist
Rosati's Pizza Woodstock
Steve Miller, D200 Buildings and Grounds
Steve and Josie Rochell
Studio D Jewelers
Sunshine in a Jar
The Back Drop
The Book Vine for Children
The Food Shed
The Yoga Lounge, Woodstock
Total Systems Roofing, Inc.
Verda Dierzen Early Learning Center
Vicky Long Backroad Photography
Westwood Elementary School
Woodstock Country Club
Woodstock Farmers Market
Woodstock Fire/Rescue District
Woodstock High School
Woodstock North High School
Woodstock Opera House
Woodstock Police Department
Woodstock Recreation Department
Woodstock Veterinary Clinic, Chuck Carmichael
Many Woodstock residents explain our hometown to people they meet with the question, “Have you ever seen the movie “Groundhog Day””? The film, of course, was shot in Woodstock in 1992. What you may not know is that Columbia Pictures and the producers of the film made a donation that resulted in the formation of the District 200 Education Foundation. The film group donated hundreds of props and valuable items used in and on the film to District 200. A group of citizens formed the District 200 Education Foundation, and auctioned the donated items resulting in a nest egg that has been used to fund programs to benefit thousands of our students for more than 25 years.
Each year the Foundation holds a major fundraiser on or around Groundhog Day, and in the fall distributes the funds to support projects as requested by District 200 staff members. Annually we support D200 staff and programs through D200 Education Foundation Impact Grants that allow for expanded programming and enhanced educational experiences for district students.