HSLI Conference: Silent Auction Preview

Illinois Association of College & Research Libraries Forum (IACRL)

November 8, 2016

(via Roberta Craig, OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center)

To all those attending the upcoming HSLI Conference, here is a preview of all the items available at this point for our Silent Auction! Of special interest, is a very nice scanner (an FB2080E Bookedge Scanner with Automatic Document Feeder), valued at approximately $1,000, that was donated by Today’s Business Solutions. We are starting at a minimum bid of $200 on the scanner. So, if you are interested, this will give you time to come to the conference with the funds to bid on the scanner. A full descripton of the scanner is below.

Description: The professional, bookedge scanner is the best instrument to capture the A4-seze documents, engineering drawing or graphic arts from books. With the innovatively design, this scanner is perfect tool to scan up to the edge of a book spine with distorting the text.

Here is the full list of silent auction items.

  • scanner
  • painting Pheasants, by Frank Jira
  • Bath Basket in Green--includes body care products, candle, tea, hand gel, note paper, and fan
  • Relaxing Bath Basket--includes towels, socks, and tea brewing system
  • Fall Bath Favorites Basket--includes Nancy Stump vase, candles, napkins, potpourri, tea brewing set, and tea
  • hand-crafted pottery bowl
  • hand-crafted covered casserole 
  • hand-crafted vase
  • hand-crafted HSLI mugs (set of two)
  • Illinois State University Bundle--includes umbrella, mug with insert, t-shirt, and statistics book
  • zoo-themed baby gift--includes quilt, book, cup, & more
  • ALA Prize Pack--includes ALA personal membership, notebook, USB charger, flash drive & more.
  • gift certificate for overnight stay at Pheasant Run
  • apple pie jam
  • "Born to Read" mugs
  • 2017 Little Elliott iRead pack
  • one-year ILA membership
  • beach bag
  • Super Bowl 50 salad bowl
  • mini Bluetooth speaker and powerbank
  • thermos and mug set
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