Gold Canyon Golf Resort

(2011, 2010) Gold Canyon Golf Resort donated a twosome of golf on its Dinosaur Mountain championship courses, which have been rated the #1 public course in Arizona for two consecutive years, with four-star ratings from Golf Digest. Every tee box here presents a panoramic vista and an exhilarating challenge to your game. The course will take you up, over and around Dinosaur Mountain with dramatic tee-to-green elevation changes and long, loping fairways. The views of the nearby Superstition Mountains are spectacular.

Gold Canyon Golf Resort donated another twosome of golf on its Sidewinder course as well! Sidewinder snakes around the base of Dinosaur Mountain, through natural arroyos and dry creek beds. Native cholla and prickly pear cacti, mesquite and palo verde trees line the challenging twists and turns that will keep you on top of your game.

Don’t golf?! Don’t worry, relax! Gold Canyon Golf Resort also donated a Spa Day for Two where no clubs are required. Escape, rejuvenate, melt your stress away and experience the spirit of the Superstition Mountains. Package includes 2 manicures, 2 pedicures and 2 one hour massages.


Hana Japanese Eatery

5524 N 7th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85013 – (602) 973-1238

(2011) Hana Japanese Eatery is a family place that makes the All Saints’ Senior Choir feel right at home on Wednesday nights before practice (singers need to be well-nourished, you know!)

Hana’s uber-fresh fish is practically wriggling when it arrives. Their regular noon deliveries of gigantic tuna fresh from Japan stir up the requisite ooohs, ahhs, and phone pic snapping and ensuing Tweets. (Some of us are practically addicted to taking pictures of our food!) It looks so good you’ll swear it swam there.

From the five members of the Hashimoto clan who work there and the well-loved staff who tend to your every whim, you’ll feel like a long lost cousin after your first visit. And there will be more than one visit!

Local First ArizonaAfter you win the three $50 gift certificates that Hana donated for the auction, more than one trip is expected to Shift Arizona… bringing Japanese food at its best AZ-local style, Hana Japanese Eatery is a proud member of Local First Arizona.


Holland Boone Home

16801 North 90th Street, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 – (480) 513-9988

Holland Boone Home’s Scottsdale warehouse features one-of-a-kind furniture, unique seasonal decorations, Mexican glassware, Italian pottery, wall decor, clocks, frames, candlesticks, serving trays, bowls, wine buckets, mirrors, crosses and much more!

(2011) Holland Boone Home donated a gorgeous wavy beaded polished pewter edge bowl and beaded salad servers. An ideal size for side dishes, salads and pastas, this intricate fluting and subtle beading create a unique serving bowl!

Paired with these unique, beaded salad servers, this set is a Holland Boone customer favorite! They are the perfect accompaniment to Holland Boone’s beaded line of bowls and serving pieces, and makes a delightful housewarming or hostess gift.


(2010) Holland Boone Home donated a brilliant round fluted
polished pewter bowl
and fluted polished pewter beaded edge plate. Another original gift idea for the holidays!

The small import business Daniel and Dominique Boone began in their garage 18 years ago has grown into one of the country’s largest warehouses of polished pewter projects direct to the public.


(2009) Holland Boone Home donated a polished pewter chip and dip platter and bowl. A perfect combination of a classic shape, stylish beaded edge, and generous proportioning create a chip and dip platter that is both smart and versatile. Removable inner bowl allows for easy refilling and cleaning.


Local First ArizonaNamed after their daughter, Holland, Holland Boone Home will add style and color to any room in your house! With new shipments arriving often, there is always something new to discover at Holland Boone Home, a proud member of Local First Arizona.

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