|Anoka-Ramsey Community College Cambridge Campus Foundation's annual Scholardazzle scholarship fundraiser, held Friday, Jan. 25 at the elegant Spectacular Events Banquet Center in Isanti, Minn., was a consummate success. While the totals raised for student scholarships in the Cambridge area are being tallied, please enjoy this photomontage highlighting some of the people and activities that raised funds for deserving students.|
The Scholardazzle event featured both a silent and a live auction offering items such as the bike and baskets shown here.
Cambridge Campus Foundation Board Members, Roger Anderson (Scholardazzle Committee Chair) and Maureen O'Neill (Scholardazzle Committee Member)
Dorothy and Al Nelson
College employees, Charlotte Lindahl and Crystal Nelson staff the raffle table.
(from left) Juanita Peterson, Chuck Peterson, Kermit Erickson, Dorothy Nelson
Raffle items were a big hit and enticed attendees into purchasing more raffle tickets.
Opus Ensemble, a strolling trio, provided graceful entertainment for the event.
College Director of Financial Aid, Karla Seymour and college Vice-President, Mike Seymour stop to enjoy Opus Ensemble, the strolling Trio which entertained throughout the evening.
Anoka-Ramsey President, Dr. Patrick M. Johns with Sydney and Sam Sand, the daughters of college employee, Karla Sand, who volunteered to assist with the event.
DLR Architect, Jon Crump and his wife, Jennifer
Scholardazzle Committee Chair, Roger Anderson addresses the crowd.
College faculty, Dale Omundson and visiting Chinese college faculty, Li Tong (both facing camera) enjoy conversation and the music of Opus Ensemble.
Attendees enjoyed a gourmet buffet dinner catered by Spectacular Events in Isanti, Minn.
A gourmet dessert buffet, which followed the dinner buffet, was elegantly presented.
Judging by the people who flocked to the table, the gourmet dessert buffet was a success onto itself.
While the final counts are not in, extra tables were added at the last minute to accommodate all attendees to the event.
Regionally well-known auctioneer, Col. L. "Bob" Jr. and Lee Ann Vande Kamp provided great entertainment as they helped raise money for student scholarships.
College Director of Small Business Development, Continuing Education and Customized Training at the Cambridge Campus, Craig Bakken presented auction items for bidding.
Cambridge Campus Foundation Board Member, Brad Larson (Scholardazzle Committee Member) enticed Scholardazzle attendees to buy a chance to win a diamond necklace.