Thursday, February 16, 2012

Pre-order Deadline

We are strongly encouraging you to preorder to eliminate congestion at the door. The deadline is Mon. Feb. 20th. You don't want to miss out on your added bonus for preordering!

Thursday, February 2, 2012

February 23 - Fundraising Concert, Auction, Dinner, & Raffle

On February 23rd, 2012 we will be holding a fund raising concert, silent auction, dinner, bake sale, and raffle. This event will feature No Limits. No Limits is Utah’s Premier, high-energy party band. Entertaining audiences with music from the 60’s to today’s top 40 hits, composed of pro-level singers and some of the best musicians in the state. No Limits delivers songs with technical precision, pulling off 5 part harmony unlike any other local band. No Limits has performed at events all over Utah and will soon be performing throughout the entire region putting on shows the whole family will enjoy!

Date: February 23rd, 2012
Time: Doors open at 6:30 PM - No Limits on stage around 7:00
Location: Noah's - 644 N. 2000 W. Lindon, UT

To pre-order your concert tickets, meals, and raffle tickets, please use the secure PayPal checkout buttons below. And as an added bonus (and thank-you), anyone who pre-orders tickets and/or food will get 6 additional raffle tickets! That is a $5.00 value! Deadline for Preorders and Thank-You bonus is Monday February 20th at midnight!

Concert Tickets:

Individual Tickets - $7.00 per person (children ages 3 and under are free)


Family Tickets - $25.00 for family of 4, $5.00 each additional family member


Additional family members - $5.00 each


Each concert ticket will be entered into the raffle

Little Ceasar's Dinner:

Family Combo - $15.00 which includes pizza, breadsticks, and 4 drinks


Whole Pizza - $10.00


Additional food for purchase:
  • $2.00 double slice
  • $3.00 breadsticks
  • $1.00 soda/water
Raffle ticket - 6 pack of tickets for $5.00


A glimpse of some cool things that are in the raffle and silent auction...

  • Hair cut and colors
  • Month of free tanning
  • Blankets and Quilts
  • Gift certificates to Little Ceasars/One Man Band/Maria's Tamales
  • Mary Kay
  • Jewelry
  • 3 hour Karaoke/DJ house party
  • Scentsy
  • Cookie Basket
  • My Salon Doll
  • Voice Lessons
  • Budges Honey Basket
  • Make up/brushes
  • Purse
  • Customized Cake
  • Baby Shower basket
  • Kurt Warner Football
  • Autographed sports memorabilia
  • Big O Tire 4 wheel allignment and oil change
  • Comforter Set
  • And many others ;)

If you, or your business, is interested in donating products or services for the raffle or silent auction, please contact us at Thank you for your support.

Jennifer "Fennie" Buchanan

Our dear friend Jennifer Buchanan, also known as “Fennie”, is a single mom that recently decided to go back to school, while trying to maintaining 2 part time jobs to pay the bills and provide for her and her daughter Ashlin. During her first semester back at school she got very ill which landed her in the ER several times with severe pains, where she underwent numerous tests. We are very grateful for this because they were able to find the tumor and test it.

Right before Christmas she was diagnosed with pancreatic endocrine cancer and has recently undergone surgery to remove her spleen, 1/3 of her pancreas, and the cancerous tumor. The surgery on January 3rd was a success per her surgeon, but her recovery has been rough. She was lucky because they were able to find the Cancer at an early stage. Unfortunately, immediately after her surgery she developed pneumonia and has been in and out of the ER and Dr’s offices. Currently Jen is at home recovering, but will not be able to resume work till the middle or end of March at the earliest. Eventually Jen would love to return to school so that she can reach her dream of being a Nurse and be able to provide a better life for herself and her daughter.

We have set up this site to try and assist her and her family in this time of need. We are very grateful for all those that have helped already with donations and dinners, but much more is needed. Due to her not having insurance and being out of work for 4-5 months the bills are piling up. Jennifer still has several weeks of recovery without being able to work. Once she has recovered from that procedure she will need to be extremely careful not to get sick. When you have your spleen removed, your immune system is very weak and you are susceptible to many illnesses. She has been told that basically her immune system is like that of a newborn and illnesses, such as pneumonia and strep throat will put her in the hospital and can be fatal.

Life constantly throws each one of us curveballs and it is only through our faith and the love and compassion of our friends and family that we are able to successfully make it thru. Thank you!!