I was trying to track back on all the discussions regarding the door prizes for the picnic. Glancing around, I still don't think I've seen them all.
I'm still awaiting the the announcement that lists all the prizes and lots in one concise list -- we really should have had that live when the raffle began -- unless I've just missed that post somewhere.
However, I can see some argument about keeping door prizes a surprise. Though, as an admin, I don't see where our knowing (or not knowing) really makes much difference either way. As long as we *know* some bit of information is supposed be a secret we are pretty good at keeping such. Admins, by our very nature, have always been trusted with access to secrets and privileged information and we typically excel at preserving such trust. The best way to denote information as privileged (secret) is to clearly designate it as "CONFIDENTIAL".