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Sawyer Free Library Art Auction Begins Friday | New

More than 50 works of art will be auctioned off at the Friends of Sawyer’s annual Free Library Art Auction, the proceeds of which will be donated to the library. The works, which have been on display in the Matz Gallery in the library’s main hall throughout September, will be sold in an online auction, which runs from October 1-5 in sawyerfreelibrary.org. Works of art come in all sizes and include paintings, drawings and mixed media. Iconic scenes from Cape Ann are always included, showcasing historic architecture and seascapes, as…

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Thank you for a great celebration of the Garden Club

Posted: Sep 30, 2021 4:00 PM For the publisher: The Newtown Garden Club celebrated its 66th anniversary with a lunch at the charming Rock Ridge Country Club in Newtown on September 21. Many local garden clubs and FGCCT members, First Selectman Dan Rosenthal and authors Sydney Eddison and Andrea Zimmerman joined in the celebration with a total attendance of 91 guests. The highlight of the afternoon was our speaker, author, speaker and garden designer Ellen Ecker Ogden, speaking about her current book, The new heritage garden. Raffle and auction items…

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Featured Favorite Amazon Products for September 2021

CNN – Curious about what your fellow CNN Underscored readers are buying? Each month, we bring together our readers’ favorite products – the products that readers like you have picked up the most in the past 30 days. The official start of fall saw readers buying produce to look fresher, make their homes greener, and keep the grilling season a little longer. From headphones to reusable food wrappers, check out the 20 products Underscored readers loved the most in September. AmazonSwedish cellulose terry cloths Absorbent and reusable Swedish tea towels…

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Detroit’s weird and beautiful CarCroach comes up for charity auction

DETROIT – If you’ve been to an event, parade, or anything that can fit a car in Detroit, you may have come across the CarCroach. And if you don’t remember it, you probably haven’t seen it. The CarCroach is, well, a vehicle, of sorts. It can certainly move and drive, but it’s not your typical streetcar. Developed by Ryan Doyle, the CarCroach was built in a modern studio located at the original Lincoln Motors facility in Detroit. It’s built from recycled steel, haphazard finds and diverted trash, all on the…

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4 members of the GRHS choir selected from all over the region

GLEN ROSE – Members of the Glen Rose High School Junior Choir, Avril Tovar, Kayla Hughes, Weston Henry and Gracie Smith have been selected for the regional choir and will compete at Benbrook Middle School in November in the pre-competition. zoned. The Glen Rose College Choir took a total of 16 students to Alvarado High School last Saturday to audition in the TMEA Region 5 Small School Choir competition. Ultimately, Hughes was ranked second soprano, while Tovar was ninth; Smith was ranked sixth viola chair; and Henry was chosen as…

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You can be like Bernie for Halloween [News of the Weird] – Reading eagle

Remember Bernie Sanders watching the 2021 grand opening? A cozy hoodie, thick knit gloves? The Boston Globe reported that you can leave the Halloween Bernie look as well. Party attendees can wear the Dolls Kill “Once AgainAsking” costume set for just $ 85. Includes coat, mittens and surgical mask. Sanders’ office commented: “If Senator Mittens fans are looking for the true horror of this Halloween, they are the richest and greatest business in the world, and Congress is ultimately a working class,” said the spokesperson Mike Casca. good idea According…

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Elkins IOOF Lodge auction ends October 18 | News, Sports, Jobs

ELKINS – In a few weeks, one of Randolph County’s most historic buildings will have a new owner. The Elkins IOOF Lodge, which opened its doors to orphans and the elderly in 1910, is currently up for auction online. The last day to bid on the Georgetown Road property is October 18 at 7 p.m. Kaufman Realty & Auction of West Virginia is handling the sale of the property, which includes the 137 rooms and 165 acres of land in total. Over the past decade, the building has mainly been…

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“Jackson’s for Josh” seems to bring emotion, happiness

DEVILS LAKE – A day had not yet passed and friends, family and members of the community immediately offered all possible help to Joshua Wentz. This weekend, the public will once again have the opportunity to lend a hand as “Jackson’s for Josh” takes place at Peterson Arena on October 2nd. The event will take the form of a fun race, an evening meal and a silent auction. started by the Spirit Lake Riders, a North Dakota-based motorcycle club. Wentz, the son of Justin and Candace Lommen, was quickly airlifted…

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Danish artist protesting “miserable working conditions” hands over blank canvases for $ 84,000

A Danish artist who received $ 84,000 from a museum to produce two works kept the money in protest at the low fees offered to him by the sponsoring institution, and in exchange provided him with two blank canvases. The Kunsten Museum of Modern Art in Aalborg, Denmark, loaned Jens Haaning the aforementioned sum to recreate two of his earlier works for an exhibition entitled “Work It Out”, on the theme of the relationship of people to work. Dating from 2007 and 2010 respectively, the works illustrated by sheaves of…

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Dollar Tree will sell more things for over $ 1 – CBS Boston

(CNN) – For decades, Dollar Tree has sold most of its products for a dollar. Now he is adding products at higher prices in thousands of stores. The company noted On Tuesday, it will start selling items at $ 1.25 and $ 1.50 in some places for the first time. It will also add $ 3 and $ 5 items in more stores, expanding an earlier strategy in recent years to move away from offering only $ 1 products. READ MORE: 2 elderly passengers killed when car crashed into Needham…

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Change of Ownership for Coleman Livestock Auction Company | New

A change of ownership was announced Wednesday morning at the weekly Coleman Livestock Auction. Bob Edington announced the local auction barn sale to John and Christi Robertson of Coleman. The Robertsons will begin operating the facility on October 1. Their first sale will be on Wednesday October 6, which is also the Roundup for Rehab sale to benefit the West Texas Rehab Center. For 60 years, Coleman Livestock Auction Commission Company has been owned and operated by the Edington family. Duwayne and Bobbie Edington built the facility in 1961 with…

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Bears Club reunion festivities Coming soon

History links The Bears Club has officially announced that the annual auction (formerly gala) will contain both an online and in-person format and will take place starting Thursday, October 7.e – Friday October 22sd. The online part of the auction will be implemented again due to the incredible success of the online auction last year. It allows Bear Nation supporters near and far the opportunity to support a great cause and win great items no matter where they are. There will be over 150 items in the auction this year,…

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In India, demand for expensive Sputnik vaccine from Russia | Business and Economy News

Some Indian private hospitals have canceled orders for Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine as they struggle to sell COVID-19 vaccines amid a supply of free doses of other government-offered vaccines. Some industry officials have said weak demand and the extremely cold storage temperatures required have prompted at least three major hospitals to cancel orders for Sputnik V, sold only in the private market of the world’s largest vaccine producer. “With the storage and everything, we canceled our order for 2,500 doses,” said Jitendra Oswal, a senior medical official at Bharati Vidyapeeth…

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Live Auction Items Announced for Heritage Ball | Local News

The Williamson County Heritage Foundation has announced three special items that will be auctioned live at the 48th Annual Heritage Ball presented by Vanderbilt Health. Heritage Ball sponsors donated the auction items for the Black Tie event on Saturday October 2 at Eastern Flank Battlefield Park. “The live auction is one of my favorite parts of the night every year because it shows how generous the patrons of Williamson County really are and how much they care about preservation and the future of their city, ”said Bari Beasley, President and…

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Vehicles, dentist chairs and a newspaper among 652 items on the state auction block | Local

A 23-inch by 74-inch log from a fallen tree on the Capitol grounds is one of the items for sale at the state auction. THOM BRIDGE, Independent Disc Support local journalism Your membership makes our reporting possible. {{featured_button_text}} The state of Montana is having a large two-week online public auction to sell vehicles, equipment and other items that state agencies have returned throughout the year. The money from the sale goes into the general fund, unless the agency specifies otherwise. Starting at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, a “soft” auction continues to…

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The cost of some South Asian ingredients is rising, restaurant owners say

Kitchener – The cost of cooking is rising for some restaurateurs, with South Asian specialties like pho becoming increasingly difficult to prepare due to rising ingredient prices and shipping delays. “It’s very expensive, pho, we don’t make money with pho,” said Cham Tran, owner of Pho Tran restaurant in Kitchener. Tran said that initially the price increase was gradual, but prices have skyrocketed in recent months. “The noodles I noticed have increased 40% over the past two months, or $ 7 per box. So it’s quite expensive, ”Tran said. Tran…

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Space auction, wine dinner book release, cult theater

Support local Journalism: Find offers for new subscribers on floridatoday.com/subscribe.. Café Margot pays tribute to the King Estate of Wine When the King Estate of Oregon was founded in 1991, the estate was committed to sustainability, quality and adventure. Co-founder Ed King III and his father, the late Ed King Jr., had a vision of 600 acres of land previously used to raise hay and grazing cattle. Over the years, the area has grown into one of Oregon’s most famous and iconic wineries, with 1,033 acres of certified biodynamic farmland.…

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Space auction, wine dinner book release and cult theater

Support local journalism: Find offers for new subscribers on floridatoday.com/subscribe. Café Margaux pays tribute to the King Domaine du vin When Oregon’s King Estate was founded in 1991, the winery was committed to sustainability, quality and adventure. Co-founders Ed King III and his father, the late Ed King Jr., had a vision for the 600-acre parcel of land previously used to grow hay and grazing cattle. Over the years, the acreage has grown into one of Oregon’s most recognizable and iconic wineries, with 1,033 acres on the certified biodynamic estate.…

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James Bond, Wilson ‘Cast Away’ costume for sale at mega movie prop auction

LONDON, September 28 (Reuters) – From Marty McFly’s hoverboard in “Back to the Future Part II” to a Stormtrooper helmet worn in “Return of the Jedi”, a huge selection of movie memorabilia worth 7 , $ 5 million will be auctioned in London in November. More than 1,000 lots, consisting of costumes, props and other items, are expected to fetch more than 5.5 million pounds ($ 7.52 million) at the November 9-11 auction by the Prop Store movie and television memorabilia company. They include a full-size T-800 endoskeleton from “Terminator…

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Slow-motion USPS delivery and holiday season prices will rise

Americans who were frustrated by slow service from the U.S. Postal Service since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic likely won’t be happy to hear this: Service is about to get even slower. Starting Friday, the Postal Service “will implement new service standards for first class mail and periodicals,” spokeswoman Kim Frum said in an email to USA TODAY. The changes mean increased transit time for mail traveling long distances, such as from New York to California. Frum said “most first class mail (61%) and periodicals (93%) will not be…

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The recording of an “unheard-of” song by John Lennon up for auction

Megan C. Hills, CNN Among more than 100 paintings and sculptures put up for sale at an auction in Copenhagen, Denmark, is one unlikely piece of pop memorabilia: a long-lost cassette containing an unreleased song by John Lennon. Expected to fetch up to 300,000 Danish Kroner ($ 47,000) in Tuesday’s sale, the White Cassette ribbon Also features interviews with the Beatles singer and his wife Yoko Ono, and is accompanied by a series of photographs dating back to 1970. The four interviewers, then 16-year-old schoolchildren, put the tape up for…

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Cassette with Lennon interview and song up for auction in Denmark

Images and a cassette containing an interview with 51-year-old John Lennon are now auctioned in Denmark for up to € 30,000. The materials were made over half a century ago by four Danish teenagers for their school paper during a trip Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono took to the Thy region. A cassette with a 33-minute audio recording of the conversation, which also includes a seemingly unreleased song by the late Beatle, will be up for auction. The 16-year-olds were not stunned when they conducted the interview in northern…

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Bidding Expected to Close on 3 BR / 2 BA Home on 2.48 ± acres in Orange County, Va., Nicholls Auction Marketing Group Announces

28535 Morel Way, Rhoadesville, Virginia 22542 28535 Morel Way, Rhoadesville, Virginia 22542 28535 Morel Way, Rhoadesville, Virginia 22542 Set in a quiet location on 2.48 ± acres, this charming property will make a wonderful home to start making memories when you bid and buy at YOUR PRICE ” – John Nicholls FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA, USA, September 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Nicholls Auction Marketing Group, Inc., (www.nichollsauction.com) announces the auction of a ready ranch / rambler 3 BR / 2 BA to move into style home on 2.48 ± acres in the…

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5 and why: 5 best things about campus life

Emma Evans, a freshman at the University of New Mexico, gains the classic college experience by living on campus in her freshman dormitories. This experience, although slightly different due to the COVID-19 pandemic, introduced Evans to college life. The Daily Lobo asked Evans what are the five best things about campus dorm life, and his answers may remind readers of their own time on campus. Reasonable noise level in the dormitory Evans said the noise level in his dormitory in Casas del Rio is a good balance between strong and…

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How do I bid on an auction price for the Amanda Todd Legacy Society?

Over $ 20,000 in prizes are up for grabs at the fifth annual online auction hosted by the Amanda Todd Legacy Society. Jewelry, spa treatments, gardening gift cards, evening dining and Whistler adventures. More than $ 20,000 in prizes are up for grabs at the fifth annual online auction organized by the Amanda Todd Legacy Society, a Port Coquitlam-based charity named after a CABE student. Official opening on Friday October 1 and sponsored in part by the News from the three cities, the virtual auction will last two weeks, until…

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Stephenville Optimist Club dinner, auction scheduled for Saturday

The 49th Annual Stephenville Optimist Club Dinner Auction is scheduled for Saturday inside T-Bird’s at Melody Mountain Ranch, Private Road 707, Stephenville. This year is set to be the best ever, with live performances from comedian, songwriter and screenwriter William Lee Martin as guest of honor, according to a club press release. The event is slated to start at 5 p.m. with a social hour and live music from KJ & The Crooners, followed by a buffet meal (choice of chicken or prime rib) prepared by Chef Nick and Jessica…

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An electrifying future for hypercars?

After more than 50 years of V8 and V12 powered super and hypercars that have evolved over time, change is in the air. More and more, the best performing European, Japanese and American vehicles are battery powered. Penta went to experts to find out where the high-end market is going. Richard Koppelman is president of Miller Motorcars in Greenwich, Connecticut. The location has an interesting history, as it was once home to Luigi Chinetti’s pioneering American Ferrari operation. Today Miller manages the biggest names: Ferrari, Maserati, Alfa-Romeo, McLaren, Aston Martin,…

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Yorkshire Auction House wants new participants for the second round

The Yorkshire Auction House returns for a second round after taking the chain really by storm earlier this year. Directed by Antiques Road Trip star Angus Ashworth, the show follows locals as they attempt to uncover gems hidden deep in their attics and in the backs of their garages. Angus and the team are back for round two and now they’re looking for new entrants in East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire to see if they can help them make a good profit on items they didn’t even know. not be…

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Juniata Christian School to Host Annual Profit Auction | News, Sports, Jobs

MCALISTERVILLE – The Juniata Christian School will be holding its 45th annual fundraising auction starting at 4 p.m. on October 1 and all day on October 2 at McAlisterville Park. This auction features local food trucks, crafts, baked goods, produce, housewares, outdoor items, gift certificates, specialty coffee and themed baskets. All profits go to the Juniata Christian School. Juniata Christian School marketing director Skip Kline said auction organizers hope to raise at least $ 10,000 to $ 20,000 to cover running costs and are planning more funds to benefit the…

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‘Bittersweet’ breeding show for FFA students as animals sell for scholarships

The Fort Bend County Fair has been the cornerstone of Fort Bend culture for 85 years now. At the heart of the fair is the cattle show and auction, and for FFA students competing with their animals, the fair marks the culmination of months of hard work and a time to say goodbye. This year’s fair, which runs from September 24 to October 3, is expected to draw thousands of spectators to the cattle show, carnival and live music festival. More by Claire Goodman: Katy ISD Ranked # 1 District…

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Morphy’s to auction the Bill Myers collection of historic antique firearms, edged weapons and the First Army on September 29

Particularly fine and historic inlaid pipe tomahawk circa 1780 that belonged to Sir Alexander Mackenzie (1764-1820), the first European to reach the Pacific Ocean. Estimate: $ 150,000 to $ 500,000 Thin and intricately carved 42 inch antique Kentucky flintlock rifle attributed to John Rupp I, Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. Kentucky Rifle Assn. silver hang tag for “BEST SCULPTED INCISED RIFLE 1979”. Caliber / bore: .52 FFL rifled. Estimate of $ 75,000 to $ 150,000 Pair of beautiful Kentucky flintlock pistols from Lehigh County, Pa., With octagonal barrels, muzzle faces decorated with…

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“I got the US Navy from the B * lls,” Fat Leonard says in new podcast series

by John Konrad (gCaptain) Fat Leonard is the worst scandal to hit the US Navy since Tail hook in 1991, but – despite 33 federal charges, 22 guilty pleas and tens of millions of dollars in corruption – the man at the center of the scandal that has wrecked the careers of hundreds of naval officers, Leonard Francis has never spoken publicly… until now. That will change with “FAT LEONARD”, a nine-part investigative podcast by Brass Project exploring the ongoing investigation into one of the biggest national security breaches involving…

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House of Bargains will close after more than 60 years

After more than six decades of activity, House of Bargains will close its doors for good at the end of this week. Owner Jean Bogg said the last day of public sale at House of Bargains will be Saturday, and any remaining inventory will be sold at an online auction hosted by Atterberry Auction & Realty Company. House of Bargains, at 5505 Business 50 West, opened in 1959, three years before the first Walmart entered the area, and has remained in the Bogg family since its founding. He has sold…

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Montana Trophy auction attracts hunters, artists and collectors to Billings

The nationwide auction was ready for around 200 people at the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Trophy Sale in Billings on Saturday. Some felt the crowds were double, and it was an opportunity for people, including non-hunters, to get wildlife. “We are having a live auction for Montana’s fish, wildlife and parks,” said Case Seal, auctioneer of the national auction. “It’s a four-year build-up of their seized and confiscated road-killed animals. The Big Horn Sheep is definitely one of the hardest tags to draw in Montana. And not just that,…

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Prolific Fine Art of Fort Plain, Antiques Collector Left a Legacy of Passion

FORT PLAIN – The late Paul Verbitsky had a passion for collecting fine art and antique furniture through the centuries which he pursued throughout his 82 years. The precious collection he amassed filled his village house upon his death in August 2020. Paintings, pottery, statues, decorative aluminum, decorative clocks, artistic lamps, French furniture and ornate chandeliers filled every room and closet in his home at 30 Lydius St. Verbitsky collected the items during of his life at regular auctions, flea markets, antique shops and city-wide sales. The house itself is…

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Inside Coles, the new luxury beauty products for Zena hair

The supermarket giant has launched a line of “luxury” products after seeing a huge increase in buyer demand that won’t slow you down. Beauty products found in supermarkets usually get a bad rap. But since the world spontaneously burned down when this little thing called the global pandemic happened, our essential groceries are among the only places we can easily pick up our skin and hair basics. As a result, the demand for more beauty products in the supermarket has increased over the past 18 months, especially in the hair…

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The Pot Story to boost the decor of the garden

Gardening and home improvement have always been healthy pastimes for many. With the current call to stay home and the blockages, many more people have turned to this creative hobby for good reason. The Pot Story was launched late last year to cater to this demanding customer segment primarily as an online concept. Following its social media success in the early stages, this lifestyle brand retailer has now launched its thepotstory.lk website where customers can browse over 250 products and place their orders online. Exquisite pots and planters in terracotta,…

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‘The Future Is Now’ Fundraiser Featuring Barry Alvarez Thursday | Mason City and Northern Iowa

Plans have been finalized for the ‘The Future Is Now’ fundraising event to be held at Music Man Square on Thursday. Barry Alvarez, former Mohawk football head coach and most recently football head coach and athletic director at the University of Wisconsin, will be the featured guest. Here is the program of the evening’s activities: 5:00 p.m. – Private reception for Barry and his former players, managers and cheerleaders 5.30 p.m. – Doors open to the public 6.15 p.m. – Buffet dinner 7 p.m. – Live auction and short program…

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Are your old video games worth anything?

(NEXSTAR) – Thinking of unloading your old video game collection for some serious loot? Hope you remembered to keep these cartridges in pristine condition. The high-quality games of yesteryear are now selling for a lot of money at auction, with titles such as “The Legend of Zelda” and “Super Mario 64” going for $ 870,000 and $ 1.56 million, respectively, at auction earlier this year. Other popular games typically fetch more than tens of thousands of dollars, depending of course on their condition and timeliness. “Interest in collectible video games…

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Redwings Horse Sanctuary Hosts Groundbreaking Event in Paso Robles

New permanent shrine opened at 6875 Union Road in Paso Robles – On Sunday September 19, Redwings Horse Sanctuary hosted the grand opening and 30th anniversary celebration of its new permanent sanctuary at 6875 Union Road in Paso Robles. A sold-out crowd of 300 had the chance to wander the barns and meet some of the horses, enjoy a barbecue lunch from Co-Host Cass Winery, sip wine from Back Roads Wineries Cass, Defiance and Demeter , as well as beer from Firestone Brewery Walker. They listened and danced to music…

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Barrett-Jackson sells 1956 Chevrolet 150 at auction for $ 1 million for Honor Flight Network

A 1956 Chevrolet 150 was auctioned twice in a single event to help raise $ 1 million for the Honor Flight Network at the inaugural Barrett-Jackson auction in Houston. The 1956 Chevrolet 150 sedan was a retired U.S. Army staff car at the Sioux Army Depot in Sidney, Nebraska. Since then, the Chevrolet has had three additional owners but has not driven since 1965. Chevrolet manufactured the 150 from 1953 to 1957, a series consisting of two generations. The car was a fleet model and at the end of its…

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Luxury vehicles, $ 16,000 in cash seized as part of investigation into three Malaysian corruption breakers, SE Asia News & Top Stories

KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR / ASIA NEWS NETWORK) – Investigators discovered several luxury vehicles and RM50,000 (S $ 16,000) in cash at a city hotel during an investigation of three Malaysian Commission officers anti-corruption (MACC). The investigation is linked to the loss of articles from the case in the amount of US $ 6 million (S $ 8.1 million). The money and vehicles are believed to belong to one of the three MACC operatives, who were arrested by corruption breakers and remanded in custody from September 14 to 19, sources…

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Herne Hill auction adds $ 335,000 to original home’s value in two years

Six bidders competed at 22 Panorama Rd, Herne Hill in Saturday’s online auction. A chance to step into one of the best streets in Herne Hill has pushed the price of an original three bedroom house up to $ 195,000 above the reserve. The new owners of 22 Panorama Road outlasted five competitors to secure the 657 sqm property at Saturday’s online auction. It was sold to a young local family for $ 895,000 after the opening offer of $ 705,000 overshadowed the seller’s reserve. RELATED: Geelong undervalued location beats…

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Fishing tournament to raise funds for the police | New

The Back the Blue Bass Fishing Tournament is an event that can bring fun and funds to local law enforcement agencies. This is the second year that Tahlequah Police Lt. Dexter Scott has hosted the fishing event after a successful participation last year. “We had just over 50 teams last year and raised close to $ 6,000. Our sponsorships have doubled since last year, ”said Scott. “I have been running tournaments for several years and there are several guys from the police department who participate in fishing tournaments. Proceeds from…

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Online Theater Gala Auction Open to All | Local News

Want to win a hot air balloon ride closer to you? Or maybe bidding on a bag of dog treats would appeal to you. Travel, goodies and more are among the online auction items offered at the Zephyr Theater Fundraising Gala. Anyone can participate in the auction, even without attending the gala. “An online auction is a way to reach a larger audience, especially for those who couldn’t get a gala ticket,” said Mary Donatelli, Marketing Director of The Zephyr. “We have a wide variety of items, from gift baskets…

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Costco limits the amount of toilet paper you can repurchase

The Delta variant continues to spread across the world, increasing demand for these items. But that’s not the only reason Costco is limiting purchases. The warehouse store is also struggling to find trucks, drivers and shipping containers to get the items to its stores. “Factors putting pressure on supply chains and inflation include delays at ports, container shortages, Covid disruptions, shortages of various components, raw materials and ingredients, cost pressures from labor and truck and driver shortages, ”Costco CFO Richard Galanti said, speaking to investors after a quarterly report. results…

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WEIS Radio | Local and regional news, sports and weather »Harris Furniture and Auction closes its doors after more than 45 years of activity

It was truly the end of an era, as Harris Furniture & Auction in Center closed for the last time on Friday, September 24 (2021) – after more than 45 years in business. WEIS Radio sat down and spoke with Don and Barbara Harris about their long career in the auction and furniture industry, which really started when Don was a child in DeKalb County: https://www.weisradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/GOODBYE-1.wav And it is also evident that their long-standing fruitful partnership, on many levels, is due in very large part to Barbara’s very good nature!…

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Saturday Unclaimed Property Auction in West Palm Beach

The state is holding an auction on Saturday morning in West Palm Beach that will offer unclaimed goods to the highest bidder. Florida CFO Jimmy Patronis said the auction of the unclaimed property will take place at an Embassy Suites located at 1601 Belvedere Road. The in-person event begins at 9 a.m. and will feature a variety of items, including an 18-karat gold necklace and a 19th-century gold pocket watch. This 19th century gold pocket watch is one of the items up for auction. “In Florida, you don’t always need…

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These 4 metrics indicate that KAR Auction Services (NYSE: KAR) is using debt a lot

Howard Marks put it well when he said that, rather than worrying about stock price volatility, “The possibility of permanent loss is the risk I worry about … and every investor practice that I know is worried “. So it can be obvious that you need to consider debt, when you think about how risky a given stock is, because too much debt can sink a business. We can see that KAR Auction Services, Inc. (NYSE: KAR) uses debt in its business. But should shareholders be concerned about its use…

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County of Faribault considering auction | News, Sports, Jobs

BLUE EARTH – Another auction could take place on the steps of the Faribault County courthouse following action taken by county commissioners at their meeting on Tuesday morning. In a working session held before their meeting, the county council took a virtual tour of 14 of the county’s confiscated tax plots that are ready to be sold. “Once the list is certified by the county council, it will be sent to the respective towns and townships for approval” County Auditor Darren Esser explained. “This process can take up to 60…

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Montana FWP to auction confiscated antlers, skins and horns in Billings

BILLINGS – There is a rare opportunity in Billings on Saturday to own some of Montana’s greatest antlers, skins and trophy horns. For the past four years, game wardens at Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks have been collecting confiscated, diseased, or road-killed carcasses in Montana’s seven wildlife regions. These items currently fill an entire 6,000 square foot facility for auction. Cash Seal is with the National Auction House in Billings getting ready for the big day. “That’s it, big moose, you know, there’s some 390 bulls, there’s a 380 bull…

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World’s Largest Classic Car Auction Company Comes to Chattanooga October 15-16

Mecum Auctions will present 600 auction items at the Convention Center Mecum Auctions: Walworth, Wisconsin – September 23, 2021 – Mecum Auctions, the world’s largest classic car auction company, will be hosting an auction in Chattanooga, Tennessee, October 15-16 featuring approximately 600 Muscle Cars, Classics, Corvettes, Trucks, Exotics, Hot Rods, customs and more to go through. the auction block at the Chattanooga Convention Center. The auction will be held in conjunction with the Chattanooga Motorcar Festival and is the second of three events hosted by Mecum on consecutive weekends throughout…

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Things to do in DC, September 23-26

Illustration by Melissa Santoyo. Hey everybody! We have Art All Night DC, the AFI Latin American Film Festival and the #FreeBritney March. Britney Spears’ dad may have filed a petition to end the pop star’s guardianship, but the #FreeBritney movement isn’t over. Here’s what you should check out this weekend: Model: Comedian Sarah Cooper, best known for her viral lip-syncing knockoffs of President Trump, takes the stage at DC Improv this weekend. From Thursday September 23 to Sunday September 26 (times vary); Tickets start at $ 25, buy them here.…

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Andiamo Dearborn restaurant equipment up for auction

An auction of catering equipment is underway at the former Andiamo Dearborn site. It’s a huge auction run by Madalyn Auctions and Equipment. The items are sourced from the upscale Italian steakhouse. There’s outfitting two full kitchens, three bars and hundreds of seats, according to Madalyn. Following:Motor Bella: 6 places to dine in Pontiac’s “Le Circuit” social district Following:McDonald’s Happy Meal toys for a makeover: which fast food chain is changing Following:Mudgie’s Deli and Wine Bar in Corktown reopens after closing for weeks The Dearborn site was sold last February.…

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Old tablet acquired by Hobby Lobby returning to Iraq

WASHINGTON (AP) – A 3,500-year-old clay tablet discovered in the ruins of a former Mesopotamian king’s library and then looted from an Iraqi museum 30 years ago has finally returned to Iraq. The $ 1.7 million wedge-shaped clay tablet was found in 1853 as part of a collection of 12 tablets in the rubble of the library of Assyrian King Ashur Banipal. Authorities believe it was illegally imported into the United States in 2003, then sold to Hobby Lobby and ultimately displayed in its Bible Museum in the nation’s capital.…

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3 things you may need to give up if you retire on social security alone

You will often hear that Social Security will not pay you enough money to cover your bills in full. The reality is that some older people to do manage to pay all of their living expenses with their monthly Social Security benefits. But what kind of lifestyle do these elderly people live? Chances are it’s pretty frugal. In fact, if you end up retiring solely on Social Security, you may be forced to forgo the following. Image source: Getty Images. 1. A more comfortable home Even if you retire with…

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TN polling panel calls for action against job auction ahead of local election

While local polls are due in nine districts of the state in October, the illegal auction of panchayat displays has reportedly taken place in Kallakuruchi and Villupuram districts. The Tamil Nadu State Election Commission has ordered collectors in the nine districts where elections for rural local bodies are to take place to take strict action to curb the “auctioning” of panchayat chairpersons. It comes after allegations of “auctions” of panchayat displays once again surfaced ahead of local polls to be held in nine districts of Tamil Nadu on October 6…

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Around town: October 2021 | Waco today

“We offer a variety of community programs, such as Job Connections,” said Shannon Wittmer, President and CEO. “We run computer classes and people can also get help with resume writing, interview skills, budgeting, conflict resolution and more. We also organize career fairs and specialized programs for veterans. We have a program to help people graduate from high school. The Heart of Texas Goodwill also maintains its traditional professional services to people with disabilities. To help fund these fabulous programs, the Heart of Texas Goodwill will be holding its first Night…

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Olivers with Class ’75 Plane Parts and Gems!

This week we have some nifty farm auction finds in the Midwest. One in Missouri, one in Illinois, and one in Minnesota. Let’s go! An Oliver with airplane parts!?!?!? Let’s talk for a moment about low-production Olivers. If I’m not mistaken, the Super 44 was the second lowest production in the company’s history. It was only produced for two years – 1957 and 1958. Plus, Oliver only produced 775 of these little guys in total! In the late 1940s, International released several quirky small models, and the market followed suit.…

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Prosecutors say Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia should pay back nearly $ 900,000 in corruption case

Federal prosecutors on Wednesday repeated calls for a judge to order former Fall River mayor Jasiel Correia to repay nearly $ 900,000 combined with forfeiture of ill-gotten gains and return to investors and to the Internal Revenue Service. Prosecutors said Correia, sentenced Tuesday to 6 years in prison on extortion and other charges, stole money from investors in a smartphone app startup, SnoOwl, to pay for personal expenses, including a Mercedes, jewelry, designer shoes and trips to the casino. In May, a jury also found him guilty of tax evasion…

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Auction paves way for demolition of old Scranton hotel

An auctioneer has sold parts of an old hotel in downtown Scranton as a final step before the building is razed next month. SCRANTON, PA – One of the first buildings you’ll see entering downtown Scranton on Mulberry Street will soon be a memory. This is one of the reasons Jim Kuchwara wanted to take a last look inside the Red Carpet Inn. “I’m from Scranton, so we know the old Holiday Inn, and now it’s the Red Carpet Inn,” Kuchwara said. “But once I spotted those flag poles.” Kuchwara,…

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Quilts, a century-old rifle and more for sale in Haviland on October 2.

Edward J. Naughton Students, friends and supporters of Barclay College are preparing for their annual scholarship auction which funds full scholarships at Haviland College. This year will be the auction’s 90th year, and special recognition plans are underway for the October 2 event. The 90th Barclay College Girl’s Auxiliary Auction will begin at 9 a.m. at Hockett Gymnasium, with festivities sponsored by Barclay College Girl’s Auxiliary and Barclay Alumni. All the money raised and donations people make at this annual event are recognized for who they really are – the…

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Sonic Creator Questions If Sonic Auction Record Price A ‘Scam’ [Updated]

Update: Goldin Auctions founder Ken Goldin personally responded to Yuji Naka, assuring the developer that this was a “genuine sale to a real buyer”. At Twitter, Goldin wrote a wired response to Naka, assuring the creator that the record price was due in part to the “heat-up” of the video game market. He adds that this was different from the millions of mass-produced copies of Sonic the Hedgehog, and that instead it is “a very old, sealed mint condition from 1991, which comes from the original version and is rare…

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Energy crisis: Heating could be a ‘luxury for the rich’ this winter as Putin chokes on UK supplies | Sciences | New

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has asked Russia to start pumping more gas to Europe as a winter energy crisis looms. It comes as the Kremlin has been accused of playing a role in the “perfect storm” of market forces threatening domestic energy providers. Gazprom, the state-backed Russian gas company, has fulfilled its contractual obligations for gas delivery in recent months, but requests for inquiries are being made as to whether the company’s behavior was designed to exert pressure. on regulators to approve his controversial plans to build the Stream…

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Club Sertoma honoring Judge Branick; invites the community to the celebration – Port Arthur News

PORT NECHES – The Aurora Golden Triangle Sertoma Club will honor Judge Jeff Branick as the recipient of the Service to Mankind Award in a ceremony on October 14 at 6:30 p.m. in the Banquet Hall of the Pompano Restaurant. “Justice Branick has done many wonderful things for our community, and we are thrilled to celebrate this award with a sit-down dinner and auction in his honor,” a statement from Sertoma said. Sertoma clubs across America focus on helping people with hearing loss. Aurora Golden Triangle Sertoma has donated several…

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Menard auction to feature vintage cars and memorabilia

September 21 – CLEAR WATER – Dawn Menard fondly remembers driving to Manitowoc, taking a ferry across Lake Michigan and spending a few days watching cars with her husband and another couple . “I really enjoyed this one,” Menard said. “I think we’ve all done it.” It was one of many trips Dawn and Larry Menard took in search of classic cars and memorabilia. They have accumulated hundreds of items over the years, including many vintage vehicles. These items will be included in an auction on October 2. It will…

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An old tablet, stolen and then acquired by Hobby Lobby, will be returned to Iraq

A 3,500-year-old clay tablet that was looted from an Iraqi museum 30 years ago has returned to Iraq. Known as the Gilgamesh Dream Tablet, it was acquired by the Hobby Lobby company in 2014 for display at the Museum of the Bible in Washington. DCUS authorities seized it in 2019, saying it had been stolen and should be returned. This comeback takes place Thursday at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian. He is one of a group of approximately 17,000 looted antiquities that the United States has agreed…

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National view: AOC dress could have used a different slogan

Intended to grab the attention of her fellow celebrity guests as well as the mainstream media, the AOC dress instead became a focal point for the wrath of the Right. The Conservatives have argued that it is hypocritical to meddle with the economic elite while denouncing them. AOC has suggested that the criticism is an example of American culture “deeply dismissive and unsupportive of women, especially women of color and working class women.” As an example of the ability of American society to turn anything and everything into water for…

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Veggie Van strengthens access to food in rural communities | New

If you’ve been to the Chesterhill auction or live in Glouster, Nelsonville, or Coolville, you may have seen a large van adorned with beautiful photos of vegetables. These are the Veggie Van, a project of Community Food Initiatives, the Appalachian Center for Economic Networks (ACEnet) and Rural Action. The van is a mobile farm stand: filled with fresh, local produce that is transported to rural communities with extremely limited access to grocery stores or farmers’ markets. The product is then offered in exchange for a voluntary donation. The donation-based model,…

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Mexico thanks Italy for preventing auction of archaeological finds – The Yucatan Times

Mexico City, (September 21, 2021) .- The Secretariats of Culture, Foreign Relations and the National Institute of Anthropology and History thanked the Italian government for its intervention to prevent the auction of various pre-Hispanic objects , scheduled for Rome on September 16. Three of the 17 Mesoamerican artifacts from Mexico set to be auctioned off at the Bertolami Fine Arts auction house in Rome last Thursday. Photo: (INAH) The head of Culture, Alejandra Fraustro Guerrero, said that this action “is the result of cultural diplomacy; dialogue and the permanent work…

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In search of ‘spreading Korean culture to the world’, K-Pop Superstars BTS Give Met + More Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most important developments from the art world and the art market. Here is what you need to know on Tuesday, September 21. NEED TO READ Christie’s will accept offers live in the ether – For the first time, Christie’s will be accepting live offers in Ether for works from its “Postwar to the Present” sale on October 1 in New York City. The auction will feature Curio Cards, some of the oldest NFT artwork ever created (ancient artifacts!) Some of the…

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Chandon’s global strategy is successful with new consumers and innovative products

Chandon-India sparkling wine production facility and visitor center – created in 2014 in … [+] Nashik, 200 km northeast of Bombay Chandon It was in the late 1950s when Robert-Jean de Vogüé drove his trusty Citroën 2CV across a river outside of Mendoza, Argentina, as there was no bridge to cross at the time. . Then president of Moët & Chandon, he and his companions were looking for a site to build the first international sparkling wine cellar in Chandon. Their desire was to take their centuries of know-how to…

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What will happen to the Charlottesville auction site where humans have been bought and sold? This building is now for sale.

But most of the descendants of those bought and sold in Court Square do not have this recorded connection to their ancestors, for various reasons: the records are incomplete or missing, or they have been destroyed, or they have not been kept in all. Instead, many people know they are descendants based on oral family and community histories. For the most part, the bureaucracy has not accepted oral histories as legitimate evidence, but that won’t be the case here, Varner said, and the HRC is looking for responsible and ethical…

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Tibbits seeks donations for annual auction | Kpcnews

COLDWATER – The 42nd annual Tibbits Opera auction, ‘Opera Auction’: A Ghost-Inspired Masquerade, arrives in person and online in November as the theater’s premier fundraising event. A centuries-old tradition, the Tibbits auction is the social event of the year, and organizers expect it to be again this year. As COVID continues, Tibbits masks his confidence in what November has in store and has creative and exciting ways to make this year’s auction happen. It will become another unique Tibbit-style event, combining opportunities in person, by phone and via app with…

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Rare Copy of First Edition US Constitution Could Fetch $ 20 Million |

(CNN) – An exceptionally rare first edition of the U.S. Constitution is on sale in New York City, with auction house Sotheby’s expecting bids of up to $ 20 million. This is one of 11 surviving copies – and the last in private hands – of the first printing of the final text of the document, produced for the delegates of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 and the Continental Congress. Written at secret meetings in Philadelphia, the US Constitution laid the foundation for American democracy and guaranteed the basic rights…

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Big-ticket items on Buckeye’s Council Consent Agenda

A long list of expenses could be approved by Buckeye City Council on Tuesday evening without any discussion. The Council’s consent agenda for Tuesday’s regular meeting at 6 p.m. includes over $ 4 million in spending, mostly for aspects of infrastructure upgrades and annual contracts. Consent agendas are lists of action items typically voted on as part of a single board motion, and are considered routine and non-controversial. However, a Board member may propose, at the start of a regular meeting, that an item be removed from the consent agenda…

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Quarterfinal auction to benefit organization saving Woodford County cats

WOODFORD COUNTY, Ill. (WMBD) – The Woodford County Cats held a quarterly auction Monday at The Barn III to raise awareness and raise funds for the organization. The organization was formed in July because there is no cat program in Woodford County. East Peoria woman mobilizes to create Woodford County cat assistance program On Monday evening at The Barn III in Goodfield, guests had the opportunity to bid on items in a unique format. According to event flyer, a Quarter Auction is a group of sellers who raffle over 40…

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Mexico demands end of auction of 74 pre-Columbian artefacts

We live in a time of shifting cultural sands, counting simultaneously with a global community more interconnected than ever before and the recognition of individual voices and entire nations whose histories have long been obscured. Antiquities lie at the intersection of these two movements, where global capitalism and the thirst for authenticity create a voracious market for artefacts from cultures that have been subjected to colonial rule or violence. This week, the Mexican government called for an end to an international sale of pre-Columbian artifacts, which would take place online…

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Charity auction features great wine, travel and more – Robb Report

You have heard of the miracle of turning water into wine. Now, with a little help from a few friends, the One Drop Foundation turns wine into water. One Drop is a charitable organization whose mission is to ensure sustainable access to drinking water, sanitation and hygiene for vulnerable communities around the world. On November 19, the Foundation joins forces with starred chef Alain Ducasse, the founder of Cirque de Soleil and One Drop Guy Laliberté and the French auction house Artcurial to organize an auction on the theme of…

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Scarlet Lady: Inside Virgin Voyage’s New Cruise Ship

(CNN) – When you board the Scarlet Lady cruise ship, you immediately know you’re on Richard Branson’s ship. There is a record store on the left that sells limited edition vinyl Sex Pistols and Lady Gaga. The crew has cooler outfits than you do. And there’s red, red, red all over the place – lest you forget this is a Virgin branded company. Then there’s Branson himself, back from space and joining his management team in New York to show off Virgin Voyages’ first ship before it starts from Miami…

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