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PostSubject: Our Bite the Bullet for IIH Fundraiser   Fri May 10, 2013 5:49 pm

Our Bite the Bullet for IIH Fundraiser which we held yesterday at The Common Room in Sheffield, was a fantastic success. We had a Quiz(£2 per team) Raffle, Sponsored Leg waxing (men only) and an Auction. Bite the Bullet for IIH Fundraiser

Quiz Prize was a case of beer donated by the Common Room
Raffle Prizes were
1. Tank ride for 2 people
2. Tank ride for 2 people
3. Wine cooler
4. Meal for 2 and free pool at the Common Room
5. Meal for 2 and a bottle of wine at the Old House
6. £20 worth of Forum Cafe Bar Vouchers
7. 3 Bracelets made and donated by Sonya Bowen
8. A Bite the Bullet for IIH T Shirt, an I Have IIH Foundation awareness wristband and lapel pin
9. A necklace
Our compere Mark donated his entire evening for free for us, Bryony and Kim donated their time for free to help with the leg waxing. Cliff donated his time to cook the meal for 2 for our Auction. Three members of the Kitchen staff, Rob, Ed and Dan are generously donating an hour of their wages.
In total so far we have raised £878.35 not including the donations from Rob, Ed and Dan.
We owe a massive to everyone at The Common Room who made our Fundraiser possible, and a great success. Their generosity of spirit and time was phenomenal.
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