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KVAK CAKE AUCTION
NOON - Friday
93.3FM & 1230AM - Also streamed on www.kvakradio.com

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  1. North Douglas Island Chocolate Cake

Baker: Agnes Hanson
This cake comes from the Fiddlehead Restaurant Cookbook, and is a popular dessert at their restaurant in Juneau.
SOLD: $50
  1. Gluten Free German Chocolate Cake

 Baker: Audrey Bower
 Gluten Free German Chocolate Cake with a classic coconut pecan frosting
SOLD: $75
 
  1. Bouquet of Roses

Baker: Jessica Paternoster
White chocolate Strawberries molded into the shape of a beautiful rose, great for surprise for your sweetheart.
SOLD: $200
  1. Frangipane Raspberry Cake

Baker: Grace Huhndorf
Almond frangipane cake with vanilla, Italian buttercream, and organic raspberry jam, and fresh raspberries. Comes with a bottle of champagne!
Current: $150
  1. Hummingbird Cake

Baker: Jamie Arciniega
Classic Southern cake made with bananas, pineapple, chopped pecans, and topped with a brown butter frosting.
SOLD:$50
 
  1. Sugar Free Carrot Cake

Baker: Lori Chaffin
Delicious Sugar free carrot cake. All natural, old-fashioned carrot cake with cream cheese frosting. All organic, all natural. Even the walnuts are from an organic farm in Oregon. Made in Truvia. The vanilla is made from scratch. The entire cake is diabetic friendly but we have a personal guarantee it doesn't taste sugar-free. Comes with the pan.
SOLD: $70
 
 Apple Pie Cupcakes

Baker: Riley McNelly
These little tasty treats are always a hit. They taste just like mini sized apple pies. Granny Smith apple goodness, drizzled with caramel!
SOLD : $75
  1. Leche Flan - Cassava Cake

Baker: Rowena Palomar
Traditional Filipino Dessert. In the Philippines, leche flan, or caramel custard, is a popular dessert served during celebrations or special occasions. Cassava Cake is made with fresh cassava root (yucca) and coconut milk. It is topped with coconut milk and egg yolk custard.
SOLD:$80
  1. Vanilla Coconut Cake w/Lemon Curd and Cheesecake Filling

Baker: Grace Huhndorf
The ultimate vanilla layer cake with vanilla Italian buttercream, lemon curd, vanilla cheesecake filling and toasted coconut chips. Comes with a bottle of Champagne!
Current bid: $130
  1. Almost Famous Carrot Cake

Baker: Joanne Winney
This cake is a proven favorite! Layers of delicious cake studded with carrots, pecans, raisins, and Pineapple. The op is generously frosted with a  luscious cream cheese frosting. This cake will satisfy your sweet tooth!
Current bid: $90
  1. Stephanie’s Chocolate Cake

Baker: Stephanie Doyel
Moist and full of chocolate flavor, this cake is perfect for those who love chocolate cake and a big glass of milk. This delicious chocolate cake will have you coming back for seconds.
SOLD: $100

Strawberry Cake with a Buttercream Frosting

Audrey Bower
Strawberry Cake with a Buttercream Frosting
SOLD: $175
  1. Bouquet of Roses

Baker: Jessica Paternoster
White chocolate Strawberries molded into the shape of a beautiful rose, great for surprise for your sweetheart.
Current bid: $130
  1. Basket of Flowers Cake

Jessica Paternoster
Chocolate Cake w/choc. Swiss meringue buttercream. Filled with Sugar Flowers
Current bid:$145

15. Black Magic Cake Chocolate

Julie Lindemann
Moist and flavorful chocolate cake between layers of the rich, creamy chocolate buttercream icing, crowned with lovely chocolate curls and beautiful white chocolate snowflakes. This cake is a chocoholic's dream!
SOLD: $175

16. Carrot Cheesecake Swirl

Joanne Winney
This delicious cake combined two loveable types of cake. A cheesecake cake and carrot cake swirled together to make this delicious treat.
SOLD: $200
 

 
 

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FAMILY BINGO NIGHT

Today at the HHES Cafeteria
6:30pm – 8:00pm

The HHES PTA is having their annual family bingo night, tonight in the HHES cafeteria. The doors will open at 6pm and the bingo numbers will be called from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. To attend there is a minimum donation at the door of $20 for a family or $5 per person. Bingo night is “Luau” themed and attendants are encouraged to dress up for the event.

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