Connecting people to the outdoors and history is the goal of the Clark County Park District. These four limited edition lithographs are from historical locations in the George Rogers Clark Park in Springfield, Ohio. Each print is from an edition of 650 and is signed and numbered by the artist, Mike Copeland. "The Fair at New Boston" depicts an 18th century trade fair while "The Limestone Falls" features the Native Americans who were hunting and fishing in the area at the time. "Hertzler Family Home" shows a family working around their homestead, and "Hosterman Lake" illustrates a tranquil scene with waterfowl. These high-quality lithographs are printed on acid-free paper using fade-resistant colors and measure 21 by 16 inches. Item must be picked up at CET or ThinkTV as shipping is unavailable.
Donor value is $240.
Chiropractic care can be an asset to your overall wellness. The experts at Peltier Family Chiropractic in Huber Heights, Ohio, northeast of Dayton, have been dedicated to health and healing since 1996. This certificate for a new patient includes the initial consultation, chiropractic exam, spinal X-rays if needed, and a complete report of findings. Federal law prohibits use of this offer with Medicare. Book your appointment before this offer expires on December 31, 2021.
Donor value is $170.
Inspired by classic Moroccan architecture, this sophisticated and dramatically shaped pendant light mimics the craft of fine artisanal spinning. Called 'Hookah', it is made of aluminum and frosted opal glass with a polished nickel finish. The pendant is 24 inches long with a 4 inch diameter and a maximum drop of 120 inches. This beautiful fixture is from A&S Electric Supply, a fully stocked electric wholesaler with a residential lighting showroom in Erlanger, Kentucky. The light must be picked up at CET or ThinkTV. Shipping is not available.
Donor value is $279.
Learn the joy of movement when you take a month of dance or tumbling classes at Turn Out Dance Academy, conveniently located between Cincinnati and Dayton in Waynesville. With this certificate, which includes the registration fee, dancers aged two and up can take a month of dance in the class of choice, such as ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, and modern styles. Tumbling is another option, at the beginner, intermediate, or advanced level. Registration for classes ends on December 31, 2021, and your class must end by May 31, 2022.
Donor value is $78.
The artist, Leonard Williams, has captured the beauty of an area of the lake that is off the beaten path. The lush greenery is reflected in the water under wispy clouds. Painted on masonite, the piece measures 12 inches by 24 inches. This item must be picked up at CET or Think TV - shipping is not available.
Donor Value is $485.
Flying out of the Dayton International Airport couldn't be easier than when you redeem this certificate for 7 days of valet parking and FULL Platinum detailing service from Park-N-Go First Class Airport Parking. Leave your car at their convenient location next to the Dayton Airport and take advantage of the fast, free shuttle service to the terminal. While you are away, your vehicle with receive not only the Gold Ultra Wash and Vacuum, but also top-to-bottom, inside and out, professional cleaning, so you come home to a brand-new-looking vehicle. Certificate expires December 31, 2021.
Donor value is $350.
Let your child try the many facets of gymnastics with this offer for one month of classes at Gymnastics Training Center of Ohio, located south of Dayton in Franklin, Ohio. Their dedicated staff leads small classes of fun and energetic gymnastics, tumbling and cheer, providing the benefits of strength, agility, and coordination development. Registration fee is not included in this offer. Sign up for your month of classes before this offer expires on September 30, 2022.
Donor value is $92.
The Spring House Gazebo is an historic gazebo in Eden Park. Completed in 1904, it is the oldest enduring park structure in the Cincinnati municipal park system. The artist, Tom Gaither, has captured the Gazebo at sunset. This colorful print measures approximately 20 by 27 inches, and is ready to be framed to complement your décor. The print is number 107 of 2000 and is signed by the artist. This item must be picked up at CET or Think TV as shipping is not available.
Donor value is $75.
This Royal Doulton bone china collector's plate, titled "Marilyn & Child" is based on the painting of an American mother and child by the famed American artist, Edna Hibel. Issued in 1976, it and is the fourth in the series of works by the artist featuring the mother and child motif. This 8 1/4 inch diameter plate is number 4,152 of 15,000 and is seated in the original box. Item must be picked up at CET or Think TV as shipping is not available.
Donor value is $30.
Hooter's fans will enjoy this bucket of swag. Inside the Budweiser bucket you will find an adjustable ball cap, large t-shirt, and set of four lapel pins. Item must be picked up at CET or ThinkTV as shipping is not available.
Donor value is $60.
This Royal Doulton bone china collector's plate, titled "Lucia & Child" is based on the painting of a Portuguese mother and child by the famed American artist, Edna Hibel. This limited edition plate was issued in 1977 and is the fifth in the series of works by the artist featuring the mother and child motif. Numbered 11,033 of 15,000, it has an 8 1/4 inch diameter and is seated in the original box. Item must be picked up at CET or Think TV as shipping is not available.
Donor value is $30.
The Celtic Thunder " X " North American tour from 2018 was a feast for the eyes and ears. This program from the soundcheck before their Cincinnati performance on October 19, 2018 at the Taft Theatre is autographed by several of the performers. It features commentary on each member of this musical group plus their managers, director, and essential lighting and sound engineers. Item must be picked up at CET or ThinkTV as shipping is not available.
Donor value is $25.
Opened in 1933 and located in Eden Park, Krohn Conservatory was built in the Art Deco style of the era and contains an amazing botanical collection not seen elsewhere in the area. This print, reproduced from a watercolor painting by Ludlow, Kentucky artist Tom Gaither, captures the iconic structure in all its glory, with the trees and twilight sky bringing the building to the forefront. The unframed 15 by 22 1/2 inch print from 2002 is Plate Three of five in the Crown Jewel Collection, so watch for the other four scenes. Created exclusively for the CET Action Auction, each print is one of only 200 and is signed and numbered by the artist.
Donor value is $75.
Opened on December 1, 1866, the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge, at 1057 feet, spans the Ohio River between Cincinnati and Covington. Local artist Tom Gaither has captured this iconic structure, with the Cincinnati skyline in the backdrop, in a watercolor print titled Cincinnati, Ohio "Portrait of a Queen". The pinks and blues of the skyline give the appearance of twilight. The black ragged edge of the print gives the impression of being self matted. From 2004, the print was reproduced from a watercolor painting created exclusively for CET and was originally available only through the Action Auction. The 15.5 by 33 inch print is Plate Five and the last in the Crown Jewels Collection, so watch for the other four local Cincinnati historic structures. Each print is one of only 200 ever printed and is signed and numbered by the artist.
Donor value is $75.
Now on the National Register of Historic Places, after opening on December 1, 1866, The John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge spans the Ohio River between Cincinnati and Covington at 1057 feet. One of the pylons as well as the suspension cables and deck of that bridge has been captured arising from the mist at either end by local artist Tom Gaither. The Ohio River is flowing under the bridge and birds can be seen in the distance.
Created exclusively for the CET Action Auction in 2000, the print has been reproduced from a watercolor painting. The 23 by 17.5 inch unframed print is signed and numbered by the artist and is one of only 200 ever available to the public. This is Plate One of five of the Crown Jewels Collection so be on the lookout for the other four.
Donor value $75
At 105 years young, the Belle of Louisville is the oldest operating Mississippi River style steamboat in America. A National Historic Landmark, she looks great for her age. Northern Kentucky artist, Tom Gaither, has captured her and all her finery as she sailed down the Ohio River after passing under another National Historic Landmark, the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge. She is moored at a landing while her many passengers are waiting to disembark. The print has been reproduced from a watercolor and is one of only 300 ever created. It is Plate Four of five in the Crown Jewels Collection created exclusively for the WCET Action Auction in 2003. A thin black band surrounds the print giving the illusion of a mat. Signed and numbered, it measures 20 by 16 inches. The print must be picked up at CET or Think TV, shipping is not available.
Donor value is $75.
Dedicated in 1871, the Tyler Davidson Fountain or 'The Genius of Water', the centerpiece of Fountain Square, is regarded as Cincinnati's symbol and one of the area's most visited attractions. Local artist, Tom Gaither, has captured this historic structure in a piece titled 'Tyler Davidson Fountain'.
The fountain elegantly stands as the appearance of water rains down in the background. The print is Plate Two of five of The Crown Jewels Collection created exclusively for the WCET Action Auction in 2001. The 17 by 23-inch print is signed and numbered by the artist and only 200 prints were ever available.
Donor value is $75.
The Taft Museum of Art is housed in the 200 year old historic house in downtown Cincinnati. The house is the oldest domestic wooden structure, was built about 1820, and housed several prominent Cincinnatians. Now a small art museum, it is on the National Register of Historic Places. Local artist, Tom Gaither has captured the elegance of the building, with all its trappings of old including its numerous chimneys as well as its ornamental wrought iron fence in this 20 ˝ by 13 inch print, reproduced from a watercolor. It is one of 2000 and is signed and numbered by the artist. The print must be picked up at CET or ThinkTV, shipping is not available.
Donor value is $100.
A blast from the past! This print, reproduced from a watercolor is straight from the 70's. Carew Tower and Central Trust Tower stand proudly behind Riverfront Stadium on the Cincinnati side of the Ohio River. Crossing the John A Roebling Suspension Bridge into Northern Kentucky, the Embassy Suites and homes along the river are all you see. A deep green trim around the edges gives the illusion of a mat. The unframed print, measuring approximately 25 ˝ by 7 ˝ inches is signed by the artist. The print must be picked up at CET or ThinkTV, shipping is not available.
Donor value is $200.
Since 1970, AAA Mat Company has been providing business owners in the Greater Dayton area with a wide variety of high quality equipment and supplies to maintain the cleanliness of their establishments. This certificate will allow you to meet with the professionals of the company to select the cleaning tools that are just right for your business. Choose from various sizes from dust mops, wet mops, cotton bar towels, terry towels, kitchen aprons, floor mats and more in their inventory. Each week for a year, they will deliver clean equipment and pick up what you have used. At the end of the year, all equipment will be returned to the company. This certificate is for new customers only and your business must be located with a 25 mile radius of Dayton, as far north as Piqua and as far south as Middletown. You must begin your service by November 11, 2021 and end no later than November 11, 2022. So, enhance your business using this professional cleaning equipment today.
Donor value: $500.
Is your kitchen or bath starting to look dated and worn out? Are you ready for an upgrade? This certificate is just for you. Craft Interiors, located on the south side of Piqua, has been serving the kitchen and bath design needs for all of the Greater Miami Valley region since 1982. They offer a full range of new build or remodeling designs services to fit your project. Their professional design team can create your dream kitchen or bath offering a wide array of styles from traditional to contemporary. You will find that they carry a wide variety of top brand name cabinets, flooring and countertops. You can visit their showroom or, if you live in the Greater Dayton area, schedule the appointment and they will come to you. The certificate is for the design services only and expires June 30, 2022.
Donor value is $750.
"A New Kind of Gull in the New York Harbor", the title for this image comes from the cover of Harper's Weekly on October 9, 1909. The magazine had a photograph of Wilber Wright flying around the Statue of Liberty on the cover.
The photographer, Dan Cleary was taking a ferry back to New Jersey from Ellis Island and captured an image of the same view as the magazine photo. Cleary's photo, with the seagull flying through the frame and the glow of the setting sun, was the ideal backdrop for the Wright Brothers plane which has been superimposed on the his picture. The 22 1/2 by 14 1/2 inch photo with the words "Once his great aero plane, so near the horizon that it seemed one with the ocean gulls among which it flew" is signed by the photographer and has been matted in white, framed in black and measure 31 inches by 25 inches.
An added bonus is the book: "Wright Brothers: Then and Now". Mr. Cleary seamlessly blends historical images of the Wright Brothers with current images he has taken at the same locations. The result is a compelling visual tribute to the pioneers in flight. The book is signed by the photographer. Item must be picked up at CET or ThinkTV as shipping is not available.
Donor value is $600.