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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Raffle of Bordeaux, etc

Postby Matt Richman » Thu Jan 28, 2010 6:27 pm

Geez Dale, you can't even GIVE your wine away.
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Raffle of Bordeaux, etc

Postby Dale Williams » Thu Jan 28, 2010 6:39 pm

Matt Richman wrote:Geez Dale, you can't even GIVE your wine away.


0 for 2. If I strike out Monday, I might say it's a sign from G*d. I'll use 4 of the bottles for a dinner at Afghan Kebab, I'll pay for dinner, get 3 guys to make another donation.
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Raffle of Bordeaux, etc

Postby JC (NC) » Thu Jan 28, 2010 7:34 pm

I'll look forward to hearing from Mark Roth. We may get snow this Saturday. Getting the bottles to UPS or Fedex may have to wait a few days.
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Raffle of Bordeaux, etc

Postby Dale Williams » Thu Jan 28, 2010 7:46 pm

Jane,
I don't believe there's any hurry for any of these, as long as donors and winners get in touch. That's a heckuva nice prize, I'll be interested in what he chooses!
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Raffle of Bordeaux, etc

Postby Carl Eppig » Thu Jan 28, 2010 7:47 pm

Wow! I'll bet all sorts of folks are hoping the hit th S&P on Monday vice the DJA.
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Raffle of Bordeaux, etc

Postby Robert Reynolds » Thu Jan 28, 2010 8:38 pm

And I was so close today! :cry:
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Raffle of Bordeaux, etc

Postby Dale Williams » Fri Jan 29, 2010 2:02 pm

Couple more donations to Haiti, yea! Less than 5 hours left before drawing for Howie's and Steve's wines.

01) Dale Williams (Doctors without Borders/ Medicins sans Frontieres)
02) Howie Hart (Catholic Relief Services)
03) Pavane (Alan) (DWB/MSF)
04) Jenise (DWB as well as Red Cross)
05) Oswaldo Costa (Partners in Health)
06) Bob Parsons (Canadian Red Cross)
07) David Bueker (DWB/MSF & Red Cross)
08 ) Matt Richman (CARE)
09) Ramon Cabrera (DWB/MSF)
10) Mike Filigenzi (DWB/MSF)
11) Bruce K (DWB/MSF)
12) Steve Edmunds (PIH)
13)Marcy Lotterman (DWB/MSF)
14) Michael K (Red Cross)
15) Carl Eppig (CRS)
16) Jon Peterson (DWB/MSF)
17) Jacque Jennett (DWB/MSF)
18) The Real Jay Miller (Red Cross)
19) Robin Garr ( Episcopal Relief and Development)
20) Mark Lipton (PIH)
21) Rob Baron (American Jewish World Relief and Filmaid)
22)Bill Paumen (PIH)
23) Glenn Mackles (Red Cross)
24) Drew Hall (DWB/MSF)
25) Jessica Kowalski (DWB/MSF)
26) Jill Niland (PIH)
27) Lori Jacobson (DWB/MSF)
28) Alicia Luke (DWB?MSF)
29) Larry Young (Save the Children)
30) Jim Blair (Clinton Foundation -Haiti Relief)
31) Warren T (Red Cross and International Rescue Committee)
32) Diane Kessler (DWB/MSF)
33) Sam Platt (red Cross)
34) Jacques Levy (DWB/MSF)
35) Chef Carey (American Friends Service Committee/Handicap International)
36) Roger Saur (AFYA)
37) Robert Scheer (DWB/MSF)
38) Robin Roundtree (CF-HR)
39) Rahill Briggs (PIH)
40) Ian Amstad (DWB/MSF)
41) Ron Vincent (CARE)
42) Scott Hurt (DWB/MSF)
43) Cherie Leonard (DWB/MSF)
44) Richard Fadeley (Red Cross)
45) Jim Vandegriff (DWB/MSF)
46) Stephen Chu (DWB/MSF)
47) Julia B (RC)
48) Greg H (RC)
49) Jo Ann Henderson (CF)
50) Alan Wolfe (International Missions Outreach Haiti)
51) Jim Knudson (RC)
52) Tom N. (DWB/MSF)
53) Mark Roth (UNICEF -Haiti)
54) Tony Fletcher (International Rescue Committee, Mercy Corps and International Fund for Animal Welfare)
55) Robert Reynolds (DWB/MSF)
56) Matilda L (DWB/MSF)
57) Yossi David (Mazon)
58) Pat Carey (DWB/MSF)
59) Kyrstyn Kralovec (DWB/MSF)
60) Jeff Grossman (PIH)
61) Tyler "Dr Vino" Colman (PIH)
62) Linda Foxworth (RC)
63) Rod Clausnitzer (RC)
64) Bob Hendrick (DWB/MSF)
65) JC (IRC/Episcopal Relief)
66) Rainbow Di Benedetto (IFAW)
67) Mary Rocca (DWB/MSF)
68) Fred Cottineau (DWB/MSF)
69) LC (Red Cross)
70) Joshua Kates (DWB/MSF)
71) Doug Surplus (Global Impact)
72) Mark S (CRS)

Friday drawing:

Coming up Friday
DJIA: 6 bottles of Hart Cellars (Howie) wine- your choice across a variety of varieties! (HH)
S&P: case of ESJ Bone Jolly (Steve Edmunds)
Nasdaq: mag of 95 ESJ Durrell (SE)

Monday
DJIA: Bottle of Tobin James Dusi Zin (Carl)
S&P: 4 bottles of Bordeaux from 4 decades (DW)

Previous winners:
Larry Young won 3 bottles of 97 Ridge, courtesy of David Bueker
Jacque Jennett,4 bottles of Tobin James, from Michael K
Jon Peterson, a bottle of 05ESJ Wylie-Fenaughty, from Robin Garr
Alan Wolfe, 3 bottles of 2001 Napa Cab, from Ramon Cabrera
Ron Vincent, 2 bottles of Brunello, from Pat Carey.
Steve Chu 2 bottles of Rocca Family Vineyards from Mary Rocca
Mark Roth 3 bottles from a large selection offered by Jane (JC)

Should be lots of good drinking in February (or April if people hold for shipping)!
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Wine Raffle

Postby JC (NC) » Fri Jan 29, 2010 6:57 pm

I got excited thinking I had won a prize from Edmunds St. John but I was looking at the drop in the market quote which ended in .65, not the final quote which ended in another decimal number.
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Wine Raffle

Postby Dale Williams » Fri Jan 29, 2010 6:58 pm

DJIA 6 bottles of Hart Cellars
10,067.33
goes to Sam Platt

S& P 1,073.87 case of Bone Jolly
No winner

Nasdaq mag of 95 ESJ Durrell
2,147.35
Chef Carey

I'll send Howie/Sam contact info, as well as Steve/Chef later tonight, I've got to go home and get on road - dinner at CIA in Hyde Park
Congrats to Sam and Chef, and thanks to donors!

Jane, I almost posted results based on % drop once!
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Wine Raffle

Postby Sam Platt » Fri Jan 29, 2010 7:11 pm

Yes! I am a winner! Looking forward to sampling Hart Cellars wares.
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Wine Raffle

Postby ChefJCarey » Sat Jan 30, 2010 9:25 am

Okay, I'm going to renege on my previous promise to not accept a prize if I won. Kinda. There were two wines on the list I can't buy here - Howie's and Steves (I cant locate any ESJs despite Steve giving me the name of his distributor up here a while back).

Those were the prizes I'd been hoping for.

But, although I'm going to accept the prize I'm going to contribute the retail value of the wine to my charity.
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Wine Raffle

Postby Steve Edmunds » Sat Jan 30, 2010 2:26 pm

Geez, now I'm going to have to clean out the garage! :D
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Wine Raffle

Postby ChefJCarey » Sat Jan 30, 2010 9:17 pm

Steve Edmunds wrote:Geez, now I'm going to have to clean out the garage! :D



Well, if you got any of that dusty old wine you want to get rid of send it my way.
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Wine Raffle

Postby Steve Edmunds » Sat Jan 30, 2010 10:17 pm

I need your coordinates, Chief. If you send an email to info @edmundsstjohn.com, it'll get to me.
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Wine Raffle

Postby ChefJCarey » Sun Jan 31, 2010 12:01 am

Steve Edmunds wrote:I need your coordinates, Chief. If you send an email to info @edmundsstjohn.com, it'll get to me.


Done, my man.
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Wine Raffle

Postby Dale Williams » Mon Feb 01, 2010 2:36 pm

Today will be the final drawing (at least with me running it!)
DJIA: Bottle of Tobin James Dusi Zin (Carl)
S&P: 4 bottles of Bordeaux from 4 decades (DW)
Nasdaq: case of ESJ Bone Jolly (Steve Edmunds)

Hopefully we have 3 winners, If there are no winners for Carl or Steve's lots and they wish to continue, I'll let them do so. If there is no winner for my prize, I'm switching gears and offering several of those bottles as centerpiece for a charity dinner, where an additional donation gets 3 or 4 NYC geeks some mature Bdx and Afghan kebabs.

Previous winners:
Larry Young won 3 bottles of 97 Ridge, courtesy of David Bueker
Jacque Jennett,4 bottles of Tobin James, from Michael K
Jon Peterson, a bottle of 05ESJ Wylie-Fenaughty, from Robin Garr
Alan Wolfe, 3 bottles of 2001 Napa Cab, from Ramon Cabrera
Ron Vincent, 2 bottles of Brunello, from Pat Carey.
Steve Chu 2 bottles of Rocca Family Vineyards from Mary Rocca
Mark Roth 3 bottles from a large selection offered by Jane (JC)
Sam Platt 6 bottles of Hart Cellars wine from Howie Hart
Chef Carey - mag of 95 ESJ Durrell courtesy of Steve Edmunds

If anyone has any problems connecting with their donor or winner, let me know.

Thanks again to everyone. We raised $6K not counting about 10-12 people who chose to make their amounts private. Hopefully everyone had fun. Jenise and Robin, I think we can let the sticky slide, and this thread can gracefully sail off into the sunset. I wish I could promise there would never be a need for another of these, but life has these tragedies. I am grateful to be part of a community that responds so well.
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Wine Raffle

Postby Robin Garr » Mon Feb 01, 2010 2:49 pm

Dale Williams wrote:Robin, I think we can let the sticky slide, and this thread can gracefully sail off into the sunset.

Again, Dale, thanks to you for your inspiration to do this. $6K-plus may be a drop in the overall bucket, but it's a significant statement from this community, and I think we can all give ourselves a round of applause.
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Wine Raffle

Postby Alan Wolfe » Mon Feb 01, 2010 3:54 pm

What Robin said. :D
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Wine Raffle

Postby Mark Lipton » Mon Feb 01, 2010 4:41 pm

Many thanks, Dale, not only for initiating this event, but also for coordinating it so well and so efficiently. Many thanks also to all those who donated money to any of those worthy organizations in this time of tragedy for Haiti. Good luck to all in these final drawings!

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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Wine Raffle

Postby Steve Edmunds » Mon Feb 01, 2010 6:11 pm

Mark, unless I read it wrong, you won! :D
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Wine Raffle

Postby Carl Eppig » Mon Feb 01, 2010 6:15 pm

Looks like Doug to me!
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Wine Raffle

Postby Dale Williams » Mon Feb 01, 2010 6:17 pm

OK, we have 3 winners!

DJIA: Bottle of Tobin James Dusi Zin (Carl)
10,185.53
Carl's bottle goes to the very lucky Mark Roth, a double winner!

S&P: 4 bottles of Bordeaux from 4 decades (DW)
1,089.18
Hey, my prize goes to Jersey City's own Jay "Fruitisnotnecessarilyaflaw/Pointless/Good" Miller! Good, I can drop off rather than ship (somehow I think that the chances of Jay choosing the 1988 Bon Pasteur are slim!

Nasdaq: case of ESJ Bone Jolly (Steve Edmunds)
2,171.20
Steve, you're right, the good chemist is the winner of the Bone Jolly! Congrats to  Mark Lipton.

Thanks once again to all who participated, both as prize donors and donors to Haiti.
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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Wine Raffle

Postby JuliaB » Mon Feb 01, 2010 6:29 pm

Robin Garr wrote:
Dale Williams wrote:Robin, I think we can let the sticky slide, and this thread can gracefully sail off into the sunset.

Again, Dale, thanks to you for your inspiration to do this. $6K-plus may be a drop in the overall bucket, but it's a significant statement from this community, and I think we can all give ourselves a round of applause.



Hear! Hear!

>clink<

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Re: WLDG Haitian Relief Fundraiser: Wine Raffle

Postby Howie Hart » Mon Feb 01, 2010 6:40 pm

Fine job, Dale. :!:
Chico - Hey! This Bottle is empty!
Groucho - That's because it's dry Champagne.
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