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Gleason Gras back Friday to raise money for ALS, Team Gleason | acts of kindness

Gleason Gras, the Team Gleason Foundation fundraising festival, returns Friday for its 10th anniversary at Port Orleans Brewing Co. Saints’ Steve Gleason (37) climbs high to block a kick from Falcons punter Michael Koenen (9) during the first half. Bill Feig The foundation, named after legendary Saints icon Steve Gleason, raises funds and awareness for ALS and helps people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a motor neurone disease. After a two-year hiatus, the “fat” returns with food and music, plus silent and live auctions. It is the biggest fundraiser for…

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A Dozen Ways to Mark the Holidays in Southern Maine

It’s time to smell the pines, add some eggnog, and fill your days and nights with a bit of good cheer. From holiday lights to “Nutcracker” performances, we’ve rounded up some of this season’s brightest happenings and invite you to mark your calendars as we all enter the holidays with a jump in our step and an eye out for 2023. Think of this as a holiday sampler, and we’ll be sure to share more ideas in the weeks to come. The Monument Square Christmas tree is lit up for…

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Melissa Caddick’s husband claims ownership of luxury items ahead of auction to pay debts

An opulent wedding ring is among designer jewelry and artwork that alleged fraudster Melissa Caddick’s husband claims to be his ahead of an auction to cover his debts. Key points: Luxury items belonging to alleged fraudster Melissa Caddick will be auctioned in the coming weeks In court documents, her husband claims some of the jewelry was gifts from Ms Caddick She disappeared a day after a raid on her Sydney home in November 2020 Ms Caddick disappeared from her home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs the day after a November 2020…

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Mohawk Arms’ Militaria #88 Auction will be held live online in Bouckville, NY on December 17

Oil portrait of Geli Raubel, the daughter of Adolf Hitler’s half-sister, commissioned by Hitler, who fell in love with her from their very first meeting in 1928 (MB: $7,500).Mohawk Arms, Inc. BOUCKVILLE, NY – Historically significant examples of militaria spanning multiple conflicts and generations from multiple collections – including items from one of Adolf Hitler’s finest collections assembled since 1945 – will be offered for sale in Militaria Auction #88, a online and gallery auction scheduled for Saturday, December 17, by Mohawk Arms, at 9 a.m. EST. The catalog is…

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Online auction to benefit the APA animal rescue group in Las Cruces

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – The second thrift store of ACTion Programs for Animals (APA) is teaming up with Mesilla Valley Estate Sales for an auction to benefit the nonprofit animal rescue organization . The auction begins Wednesday, November 23 and ends Wednesday, November 30. Anyone interested in bidding on items should visit NMauctions.com. “All proceeds from this online auction will be donated to ACTion Programs for Animals,” said APA Executive Director Michel Meunier. “We’ll have over 200 fabulous items to choose from – just in time for the holidays!”…

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Cast Bread is grateful after celebration dinner and auction at Blowing Rock Conference Center

Diann Miller introduces Jason Wood before presenting him with the 2022 Janet Specht Volunteer of the Year Award. BLOWING ROCK, NC – November 10, 2022 – For the first time since 2019, Casting Bread hosted its celebration dinner and auction at the Blowing Rock Conference Center on November 3. More than 100 attendees joined in the festivities, which included chances to bid on the experiences private chef, local art and an eye-catching rug from The Rug Company, among other items. Guests also purchased entries for a raffle that included hand-carved…

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Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce seeks entries for Tree Festival

ZANESVILLE, Oh – It’s that time of year again! The Zanesville-Muskingum County Chamber of Commerce decorates hallways and prepares for the 30th Annual Tree Festival. The auction is scheduled for Friday December 2 and registration is open until Wednesday November 18. The live, in-person event will take place at the Zanesville-Muskingum County Welcome Center and will feature all types of festive pieces, as well as promotional items such as gift cards and certificates from local businesses on which bid. All you need to do is complete the online entry form,…

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‘Gobble Up Hunger’ fundraiser for Milford Food Bank took place Nov. 5 – InkFreeNews.com

A fundraiser for the Milford Food Bank took place on November 5 at Milford School. The event included a dinner, a live auction and a silent auction. InkFreeNews photos by Phoebe Muthart. By Phoebe MuthartInkFreeNews MILFORD – “Gobble Up Hunger” took place on Saturday, November 5 at Milford School and included a haystack supper, silent auction and live auction. The event was a fundraiser for the Milford Food Bank. The Milford Food Bank, located at 111 S. James St., Milford, got off to a meager start in 2010 serving just…

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Passport to eat, Ski Swap, Fall Hoedown, draught pizza fundraiser this weekend

The 39th Annual Truckee Ski and Snowboard Exchange will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, November 5. Provided / Tahoe-Donner Recreation and Park District website 16th edition of the Passport to Dining Enjoy a delicious and fun evening of unlimited tastings to excite the palate from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, November 10 at the North Tahoe Event Center in Kings Beach for the 16th Annual Passport to Dining. The fundraiser will include 30 tasting stations including restaurants, caterers, breweries and wineries. While enjoying the tastings, guests can…

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TCM Auction Features ET Mechatronic, Marilyn Monroe Gowns

The “Icons & Idols: Hollywood” auction, starting Dec. 17, also features “Raging Bull” and “Harry Potter” memorabilia. Calling all Marilyn enthusiasts: bring home some of Marilyn Monroe’s story this December. The ultimate holiday gift for moviegoers kicks off Dec. 17 with Turner Classic Movies partnering with Los Angeles auction house Julien’s Auctions to host the “Icons & Idols: Hollywood” sale. A black wool Marilyn Monroe cocktail dress will be part of the auction, with an estimated price of $40,000 to $60,000, along with the sleeveless white summer dress worn by…

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Tennessee Livestock Auction Receives More USDA Citations After Second Animal Dies This Year

​ A Tennessee livestock auction is facing more citations from the US Department of Agriculture after an animal in its care died for the second time this year. The Triple W Arena, also known as the Wilson Horse & Mule Sale, was hit with USDA citations 15 times in March and 11 times in September, Fox 17 Nashville reported. During a routine inspection on September 8, the USDA reported that a black male llama was found dead in a pen. Shortly after, the inspector spotted a member of staff watching…

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$53.4 million week on HiBid followed by auctions of large properties, antiques and rare coins

OCALA, Florida., October 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — HiBid.com has facilitated sales exceeding $53.4 million gross auction proceeds in 1,577 online-only and webcast auctions October 17 through the 23rd. HiBid averaged 1.68 million bids on the site per day and over 600,000 lots sold for the week, surpassing previous totals in recent weeks. Thousands of items are now open for auction, with major auctions underway featuring rare gold, silver and copper coins; a diverse range of paintings, sculptures and other works of art; antique furniture and rugs; and vintage wooden and…

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Wicked Cool (Scary Stuff!) And One Last World’s Fair 40th Anniversary Celebration

Wicked Cool, Downtown Knoxville, October 2022 There are a few things happening downtown this week (until next Monday) that are worth highlighting. One celebrates the season, while the other is a final celebration for an event that happened forty years ago and helped shape modern Knoxville. One is free for the family and the other is a paid event. First, “Wicked Cool” is ongoing and celebrating Halloween with a series of events and exhibits dotted around downtown. It offers fun adventures for children, of course, but also for their older…

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VINA Dental Center’s Annual Tailgate Fundraiser Returns

October 20, 2022 Jessica Mathews / [email protected] A grassroots fundraiser that pits Wolverine and Spartan fans against each other to benefit a local dental clinic is just around the corner. The VINA Community Dental Center Tailgate Fundraiser will be held next Thursday, October 27 at Crystal Gardens from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The event is now in its 14th year and is VINA’s main fundraiser. It’s a competition between Michigan and Michigan State fans to see who can raise the most money for the nonprofit and it all starts with buying sponsorships,…

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Ryan’s Deli in Aston supports the Blohm family during their young daughter’s battle with cancer

ASTON— Christina and Karl Blohm have been buying their holiday catering dishes and weekly deli meats and salads at Ryan’s Deli, 417 Marianville Rd., Aston, for years. “The food is great and the staff are always so friendly and nice,” Christina said. Karl Blohm recently placed his usual weekly order and asked Jillian Weilkel of Ryan’s Deli to post a flyer for his two grandsons, who ran a lemonade stand to raise money for their three-year-old cousin, Ella Blohm, who has been diagnosed with an acute illness. Lymphoblastic leukemia, six…

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Sunflowers Abound at Snyder County Libraries Wine and Art Night | Life

Saturday night, October 1, was dreary and wet as I headed to Shade Mountain Winery for the Snyder County Libraries Wine and Art Night. But, I entered into a sunny experience. Sunflowers were everywhere! They stood out in the beautiful arrangements adorning each table and, to be quite telling: They have always been my favorite flower and they are the national flower of Ukraine. What a delight … I hadn’t been to the Wine and Art event since 2019 (the “before time”). It was wonderful to be back. I registered…

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3rd Annual Kamiah Education Foundation Alumni Dinner and Auction | Calendar

KAMIAH – The Kamiah Education Foundation (KEF) will host an elegant fundraising event on October 15. The “3rd Annual Kamiah Education Foundation Alumni Dinner and Auction” event will be held at Kamiah American Legion Hall. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. for a Hostless Happy Hour and Silent Auction, followed by a delicious catered dinner by “A Taste of Art.” There will be entertaining games and the emcee, Greg Johnson, will entertain the crowd. At 7:00 p.m., auctioneer Ted Weeks will take the stage to launch heated bidding wars for items…

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Al Capone’s letters up for auction

This is the first time that these letters, written by Capone to his friends, will be on sale. The letters stayed in his family for generations and will finally be available to the public, according to Hindman. “We know of no examples of Capone’s letters coming to market from this period of his life, when his influence on organized crime in Chicago was at its height,” said Gretchen Hause, vice president of Hindman and senior specialist in books and manuscripts. in a report. Some of the items have a minimum…

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Lafayette Lions & Lioness Club Radio Auctions, Oct. 17-19 – Macon County Chronicle

The 26th Annual Lafayette Lions & Lioness Lions Club Radio Auction will be held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, October 17, 18 and 19. Tune into WLCT 102.1 FM daily from 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. and call Citizens Bank at 615-666-2195 to submit your offers on a variety of items and services donated by local merchants. Items and services already on the auction list include a video doorbell, laptop computer, recliner, office chair, dental exam with cleaning and x-rays, 15 tons of lime, eye exam, candy, etc. ‘Halloween, pizza, Subway…

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Military officers, quilters, hikers and more

computer club The Bella Vista Computer Club will meet at 7 p.m. on October 10 at the Highland Crossings Center, Room 1001, 1801 Forest Hills Blvd. in Bella Vista. The program will be “Q&A: Expert Panel”, an opportunity to submit your IT questions to our panel. If our panel doesn’t know the answer, someone else in the audience can. Questions will be accepted from the floor or can be submitted in advance via email to [email protected] This will be an in-person meeting with Zoom simulcast. The following courses are currently…

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Auction of part of the Lake City Masquerade Ball

STAFF REPORTS THE CITY OF THE LAKECS – A baseball signed Pete Rose. Coach bags. A framed script from the pilot episode of “Friends” – signed by each of the Friends. A collectible card signed Walter Payton. A Cowboys helmet bearing the signature of Cee Dee Lamb. These are just a few of the items going up for silent auction Saturday at the ROB in Lake City. The event begins at 7 p.m. and is part of Lake City’s first masquerade ball featuring live music from Atlanta’s Flavor Big Band…

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“Cocktails at the Castle” back at the Mercer Museum

“COCKTAILS AT THE CASTLE”: The Mercer Museum’s annual fall fundraiser returns to Doylestown, Pennsylvania on the evening of Saturday, October 15. The event supports the museum’s educational programs, exhibits and community initiatives. The Mercer Museum’s annual fall fundraiser, Cocktails at the Castle, returns to Doylestown, Pennsylvania on Saturday, October 15 from 6-10 p.m. for one night to benefit the museum’s educational programs, exhibits and community initiatives. Mercer Museum. Guests will enjoy an evening on the grounds of the Mercer Museum featuring specialties from Bucks County culinary purveyors, as well as…

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Rajant’s 3rd World Music Benefit for UNICEF Fundraiser To Aid Children Worldwide

Published 24 minutes ago Proposed by Rajant Company MALVERN, Pa., Sept. 30, 2022 /CSRwire/ — Rajant Corporation, the pioneer of Kinetic Mesh® wireless networks, will host the third annual “World Music Benefit” to raise awareness and encourage donations for the United Nations Children’s Fund ( UNICEF), the United Nations agency responsible for providing humanitarian and development assistance to children in more than 190 countries around the world. Tickets go on sale for the star-hosted fundraiser at Philadelphia’s City Winery on November 8, from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. ET. The…

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Latrobe Art Center Turns 20, Plans to Hold October Celebration and Auction

Latrobe Art Center’s humble beginnings date back to June 2002, when the center began as a one-room gallery space. More than two decades later, the center has a café and two additional galleries. Executive Director Michael Tusay said it was an “incredible journey”. “It’s amazing to see the growth of the center over the years,” Tusay said. “As we grow physically, we continue to grow our membership, our galleries, and our programming.” On October 1, the center will host a month-long celebration of “20 Great Years in the Neighborhood,” which…

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Tickets Available for Eisenhower Dinner and Fundraising Event | Journal-news

The Berkeley County Republican Club will host a public dinner and auction to help raise funds for local residential veterans at the VA Center and for the club. “The Eisenhower Dinner,” to be held Nov. 11 at the Holiday Inn Ballroom, 301 Foxcroft Avenue, Martinsburg, will consist of a buffet dinner, Chinese auction, and live auction. The cost of tickets is $50 per person. This cost includes a buffet dinner, six free tickets to the Chinese auction, one door prize ticket and admission to the live auction. Additional tickets for…

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The Women’s Resource Center grateful for the donation – The Durango Herald

The Women’s Resource Center was honored to be chosen as the recipient of the 2022 Columbine Classic Duet Golf. This annual invitational ladies’ golf tournament was held July 25-27 at Dalton Ranch Golf Club and Glacier Club. The successful event would not have been possible without the tireless efforts of Columbine Classic committee members Meri McGraw, Barb Smith, Kimberly Moreland, Susan Voorhees, Donna Flynn and Lucia Thompson. Not only does the committee dedicate 100% of its time to putting on this fun yet challenging 100 women’s golf tournament, but it…

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Mahalo to Hawaiian Electric for Supporting Pearl City High School’s 50th Anniversary Fundraiser | MyPearlCity.com

Mahalo to Hawaiian Electric for their generous monetary sponsorship and silent auction donation for Pearl City High School’s 50th anniversarye Fundraiser for the anniversary celebration scheduled for Saturday, October 1, 2022 on the grounds of the school campus. PCHS 50e The Anniversary Celebration Organizing Committee is thrilled to include the donation of iPads and iPad sleeves from Hawaiian Electric to its list of silent auction items that will be available to bidders on October 1st. Hawaiian Electric’s support will help fund Pearl City High School’s programs with PCHS 50e Proceeds…

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s gold court collar and other items fetch nearly $517,000 at auction

A gold judicial necklace made of glass beads that belonged to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been auctioned for $176,775. The piece was part of a collection of approximately 75 Ginsburg items that were sold to benefit charity. In total, bidders paid nearly $517,000 for items in the online auction which ended on Friday. Sunday marks the second anniversary of the liberal icon’s death at 87. The judicial collar was the item with the highest purchase price, and its sale marks the first time that one of the…

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FL Music Boosters Dueling Piano’s with Charlie-O | Calendar

Forest Lake Music Boosters and The Lone Oak Grill in Forest Lake proudly host Charlie-O’s Dueling Piano’s on Saturday September 24th. Proceeds benefit scholarships for students in the class of 2023 who actively participate in Forest Lake High School’s music program for any post-secondary education. Tickets are available online at www.flmusicboosters.org only and are limited to 120 people. Taco Bar and Soda included. Cash bar available. 21+ only. Charlie’s song list(s) range from Billy Joel, Elton John, Ed Sheeran, Avett Bros and Bob Seger on his piano, to guitar tunes…

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Desert Diamond Interim Casino will sell content at public auction

GLENDALE, AZ – In December 2015, Desert Diamond Casino West Valley opened its 49,000 square foot temporary casino in Glendale, AZ, just east of Loop 101 and W Northern Ave. The temporary gaming space housed over 1,000 slot machines. , a full bar and food court. It operated as an interim casino until the current 75,000 square foot entertainment and gaming site was built. Now, as Desert Diamond Casino West Valley continues to grow, it plans to use the casino’s former interim space for warehousing and storage to support its…

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What’s Happening: September 16-18 | What is happening

Do you have an event you would like to promote? Scroll down to ktbs.com/whatsappening to enter the information. Rodney Steele PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION “IN WONDER OF LIFE AND NATURE” The public is invited to view the photographic work “In Awe of Life and Nature” by Arkansas native Rodney Steel from September 8-30. There will be an artists’ reception with light refreshments on Thursday, September 8 from 5-7 p.m. Proceeds from the sale of Steel’s work were dedicated to alleviating child hunger and funding public art. 3015 Greenwood Road Shreveport, LA 71109…

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Reminder: The Edmonds Food Bank will host the Empty Bol event on September 22

The Edmonds Food Bank Empty Bowl fundraising dinner is scheduled for Thursday, September 22 at the Edmonds Yacht Club. This year’s theme is Planting the seed of a bountiful harvest, and you’re invited to come dressed for a garden party — and support your neighbors who are facing food insecurity. Shooby Do Catering and Chef Dane Catering will provide soup and Cottage Bakery will provide fresh bread. At the end of the evening there will be a dessert auction with desserts from Cakes by Frosted, Finales Gourmet Desserts, Chanterelle, Moon…

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Westmount company halts auction of Nazi medals ‘to avoid controversy’

Breadcrumb Links New Local News B’nai Brith denounced “efforts to market Nazi memorabilia and the unethical practice of profiting from genocidal paraphernalia”. Author of the article: Paul Cherry • Montreal Gazette One of the German WW2 medals that was originally offered through an online auction where the items can be viewed in Westmount before people bid on them. Photo by liveauctioneers.com Content of the article A Westmount company decided to cancel an auction after being informed that B’nai Brith, the Canadian Jewish human rights organization, was about to ask it…

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Comedy show for the benefit of the AHWF

Would northern Idaho be the same place we cherish without its diverse population of things that swim, run, fly, and jump? Obviously, the answer is no. We love our friends the local furry, feathered, finned or otherwise equipped animals. We also like to laugh. The past few years have been tough at times when it comes to enjoying a good old healthy belly laugh. Things are looking up, but I think for the most part, we’ve all learned a lot about the importance of maintaining balance, expressing gratitude, and supporting…

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BASH returns to help PEF support education

Petalumans will celebrate Saturday to support the success of future generations at the Petaluma Educational Foundation’s Ruby Red BASH at the Gambonini Ranch barn. The event will mark the return of the foundation’s annual event to an in-person celebration after two years of pandemic-restricted virtual parties. “We are thrilled to be back in person with our annual BASH fundraiser at the new event venue,” said foundation executive director Maureen Highland. “We’ve had incredible support on our virtual streams over the past two years, but we can’t wait to see all…

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: A citizen’s view of the city

TO CRAWFORD COUNTY NOW! My name is Carolyn Shireman and I just want to comment on how Bucyrus is run by the Mayor and City Council/ As some citizens of Bucyrus stand right now, we have a legal director with a drinking problem who was contracted by Mayor Reser, despite knowing the problem existed. After the last DUI, the legal director was reinstated. To be fair, I believe Mr. Gernert should give up his seat until he seriously seeks professional help. To be clear, I support Brian’s sobriety. I object…

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Nearly 800 pedal cars up for sale in a single auction this month

They may have been toys once, but classic pedal cars can now be considered collectibles, and Mecum Auctions will try to unload hundreds of them at an auction later this month. The lot comes from Elmer’s Auto & Toy Museum and includes some that are 100 years old, some that are in relatively original condition, and some that have been heavily restored or modified. Besides pedal cars, Mecum will also sell 120 classic cars in this auction, including a 1964 Amphicar 770. Pedal car enthusiasts may want to start measuring…

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Helping a Woman pays tribute to Amanda Lathrop

AHWAHNEE — A woman with $10 can buy another woman’s lunch. Ten women with $10 can buy another woman’s groceries. One hundred women with $10 can make a real difference in another woman’s life. This month Help a woman (HOW) recipient is Amanda Lathrop and her HOW dinner will be on Wednesday, September 21 at 6 p.m. at The hitching post, located at 42592 Hwy 49, Ahwahnee. See map below. Amanda is lovingly sponsored by Stefanie Romero. Please RSVP before Sunday, September 18. Amanda Lathrop is truly one of a…

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Art goes to the dogs

Carmichael, CA (MPG) | Story and photo by Susan Maxwell Skinner Share this photo with your friends! The nonprofit’s BEST Service Dogs founder Jan Lopez — and intern Tucker — admire an oil painting by the late Earl Boley. The canvas will be among the artworks auctioned at a fundraiser on September 25. CARMICHAEL, CA (MPG) — It takes more than a year to prepare a dog to partner with a veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder or work with an autistic child. Carmichael breeder and trainer Jan Lopez – who…

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Sale of Warren Buffett’s portrait can’t match $19 million lunch offer

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – The auction of a high-tech portrait of Warren Buffett hasn’t matched the $19 million someone paid earlier this year for a private lunch with the billionaire, but it has it all. likewise raised $75,100 for one of his favorite charities. The eBay auction ended Tuesday night on Buffett’s 92nd birthday. The portrait created by Motiva Art features a grid of letters across the image that light up to spell out 11 of the Berkshire Hathaway CEO’s best-known quotes, including: “It’s only when the tide goes out…

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Memoirs of August 30, 2022 | Local announcements

We want to hear from you. To submit information for inclusion in Briefs, email [email protected]; or by mail to Briefs: The Daily Mail, Unit 1, 364 Warren St., Hudson, NY 12534. For more information, call 315-661-2490. COXSACKIE – Nite Train with Thomasina Winslow and Sonny Speed ​​will perform from 6-8 p.m. on September 4 at Music in Coxsackie Riverside Park. Free entry. TANNERSVILLE — The Mountain Top Arboretum, 4 Maude Adams Road, Tannersville, presents Cold Hardy Fruits and Nuts with Allyson Levy and Scott Serrano from 5-6:30 p.m. on September…

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Mickey Mantle and Honus Wagner cards, Wayne Gretzky jerseys, Michael Jordan shoes and other record collectibles

The sports memorabilia market is booming. Shirts, trading cards, shoes, even miscellaneous items sold for six-figure sums. Another memorabilia record was broken on Saturday. A 1952 Mickey Mantle card in mint condition was sold by Heritage Auctions for $12.6 million. Anthony Giordano, a waste management entrepreneur from New Jersey, originally purchased the card for $50,000 in 1991. The sale exceeded the $7.25 million total that a T206 Honus Wagner card, a collector’s item of the Holy Grail, sold out earlier this month. The record for best-selling sports card has changed…

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Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s $1 billion art collection up for auction at Christie’s

The astonishing art collection of late Microsoft founder Paul Allen will soon be auctioned and is expected to fetch more than $1 billion – the most expensive art auction in history. In a statement released on Thursday evening, Christie’s confirmed that it had secured the sale rights to more than 150 “masterpieces” spanning 500 years of art history, including works by Paul Cézanne, Roy Lichtenstein and Georgia O. ‘Keeffe. Titled “Visionary: The Paul G. Allen Collection,” the November sale is expected to fetch more than $1 billion. Christie’s confirmed that…

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Lil’ Piggy’s BBQ and Coronado Coffee offer new menu items at Ferry Landing

Lil Piggy’s Bar-BQ Luis Madrid took over Coronado Coffee Company and Lil’ Piggy’s Bar-BQ as Managing Partner of Blue Bridge Hospitality in March 2020. Luis describes the day: “It was Monday March 16th. It was ironic. It was scary – we were the only ones open to Ferry Landing. The morning was cold and rainy. From there, they just had to go up! Luis remembers: “April and May were better. Then in June the locals left and I thank them for their support. Then some of the East Village and…

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“They are thieves of time”: paleontologists denounce the booming market for dinosaur skeletons

“Greedy” is a way of describing the dinosaur bone market in recent years, as art collectors, celebrities and others have joined in the increasingly expensive hunt for prehistoric artifacts. But not everyone believes that these objects should be sold. Next Sotheby’s sale of 77 million year old Gorgosaurus skeleton for $6.1 million last month, some pundits have begun to decry the trend, saying it is doing science a huge disservice. “Dinosaurs become a commodity traded on the world market, a luxury item accessible only to the wealthiest people, little different…

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Huge World of Warcraft Auction House bug fix will take “2-3 days”

A groundbreaking bug in the World of Warcraft Auction House is preventing players from buying or selling items in the MMORPG Blizzard. The game breaking issue has caused problems for many players who reported losing hundreds of thousands of in-game gold when the auction house automatically bought multiples of items, or vice versa , they cannot purchase items despite the auction house reporting that there are thousands available for sale. World of Warcraft community manager Kaivax responded to several forum posts asking for help, acknowledging the issue. “We are aware…

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High Desert Rendezvous offers unique packages in an ongoing online silent auction

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — For the first time since 2019, the High Desert Museum’s flagship fundraiser, High Desert Rendezvous, will take place in person at the Museum on Saturday, August 27. Tickets for the gala are sold out but anyone can participate in the silent auction and online raffles. The silent auction opened Friday online and is open to everyone. Auction items range from a getaway to the Headlands Coastal Lodge and Spa in Pacific City to tickets to the Portland Trail Blazers to front row seats at 112e Pendleton…

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Air Jordans, Gucci watch and Versace shoes

Shepard Prize, San Antonio Express-News August 18, 2022 For the first time in more than a year, the San Antonio Police Department is holding a public auction of confiscated property on August 24, with approximately 100 items up for auction. San Antonio Police Department For the first time in over a year, the San Antonio Police Department is holding a public auction of confiscated property on August 24. The police department will auction approximately 100 items. The auction will take place at Veterans of Foreign Wars post 9186 at 650…

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Fourth annual PAC in the pasture a resounding success

NC member Elizabeth Tegtmeier, visits North Platte with host John Kraye, (Kraye Angus Ranch). Brian Tegtmeier and NC President Brenda Masek listen. Photo credit: Terri Licking MULLEN – The Nebraska Cattlemen (NC) held their 4e Annual cap in the pasture on August 9. Nebraska Ranchers State Political Action Committee (PAC) funds support elected officials who support the beef industry. The CAP in the pasture begins on a beautiful August afternoon. Photo credit: Terri Licking According to the Nebraska Cattlemen website, “The Nebraska Cattlemen State PAC helps ensure that the interests…

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Ensemble Theater Company plans “Curtain Up!” benefit to

COURTESY PHOTOLinda Purl SANTA BARBARA — Ensemble Theater Company has announced a special fundraising event, “Curtain Up!” The benefit will include dinner as well as a live performance by Linda Purl (“Tenderly: The Rosemary Clooney Story”) and a silent auction. “Curtain up! will take place at 5 p.m. on August 21 at the Santa Barbara Club, 1105 Chapala St., Santa Barbara. All proceeds support ETC’s mission to bring professional quality theater to the city. The silent auction items include a three-night stay at the Manhattan Club Penthouse in New York,…

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Another successful Wish-A-Thon, a total of $2 million over 15 years

Update! Thank you Stark County and beyond! $228,140.80 was raised at the 15th Annual Wishes Tuna to benefit Wishes Can Happen. And the cumulative total after 15 years is $2,147,644! Over the years, you have granted thousands of wishes for thousands of children with life-threatening illnesses! And the money stays local… to help local children! Don’t forget, though, that the auction is live until midnight on Sunday, August 14. Each auction is another step towards granting a wish! Simply click below and switch to the Auctions section! And you can…

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Eighth Annual K-9 Operation – Fox21Online

SUPERIOR, Wis. – The K-9 operation has returned to Northland for its eighth year, presenting the public with a display of the talent of police dogs from across the region. Attending were K-9s and their handlers from five local law enforcement agencies: St. Louis County, Douglas County, Duluth Police, Superior Police and Hermantown. “It’s a great time, it’s something dogs love to do. So for them, they get the greatest reward. It’s what they do day in and day out and for them to have other people watching and experiencing…

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Sneaker Soiree provides fun and support for Girls on the Run | Local News

The fifth annual Sneaker Soiree 2022 with Girls on the Run from Greater Piedmont is coming to The Venues at Langtree in Mooresville. This special event is scheduled from 7-10 p.m. on October 7, and you’re invited to dust off your cocktail attire, grab your comfiest favorite dance sneakers, and step onto the pink carpet. Get ready for a fun and festive evening celebrating Girls on the Run. During the event, guests can enjoy an inspiring evening including dinner, drinks and dancing with an incredible offering of silent and live…

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Ukraine resumes and simplifies privatization procedures

On July 28, 2022, the Ukrainian Parliament adopted a series of simplification measures aimed at resuming and simplifying auctions of public companies and assets. The revival of privatization processes should attract the investments needed to sustain Ukraine’s wartime economy and help relocate businesses to safer regions. The new legislation includes the following: unblock the privatization of public enterprises where assets are mortgaged, seized or otherwise encumbered while preserving the rights of creditors; transfer all valid licenses and permits to a new business owner after the acquisition of an object of…

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American Legion Riders Host Benefit Luncheon, Music, Silent Auction and Bike Party Saturday, August 13 – Los Alamos Reporter

BY DIANA BEQUETTE The American Legion Riders Chapter 19 is hosting a fun day and evening ride on Saturday, August 13 in conjunction with the Los Alamos County Fair and Rodeo – all open to American Legion members and their guests. Attendees are encouraged to eat breakfast at Los Alamos and enjoy the Fair & Rodeo Parade. A “Pre Bike Night” benefit ride will begin at 11:30 a.m. and return to the American Legion where hamburger meals will be offered for $7 and hot dog meals for $5. American Legion…

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Woodbury Nature Center Presents Gourmet Picnic Auction August 28

WOODBURY – A special event, Farm to Flanders – The Ultimate Gourmet Picnic & Auction, is scheduled for August 28 at the grounds of the Van Vleck Farm & Nature Sanctuary in Woodbury. The event features a farm-inspired, multi-course gourmet picnic prepared by renowned chefs and packaged in a reusable cooler bag, sponsored by New Morning Market, to take home, according to a statement. New this year, supporters can choose to attend “Meet, Mingle and More” or “Picnic Your Way”. “Meet, Mingle & More” attendees will be greeted with a…

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The best-selling author is coming to town | Columns

Adams County Library is thrilled to host its Signature Event fundraiser with a keynote speech by Alafair Burke on Friday, September 16. The Signature event is the library’s biggest fundraiser of the year and it’s done in style! Alafair Burke is a New York Times best-selling author and her books have appeared on “Best Books” lists, including The Today Show, Entertainment Weekly, People, O (Oprah Magazine), The Boston Globe, and The Washington Post. In addition to the stand-alone novels that have earned her a reputation as a “virtuoso” of domestic…

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Farm to Flanders – The Ultimate Gourmet Picnic on August 28 in Woodbury

Flanders is delighted to announce a special event, Farm to Flanders – The Ultimate Gourmet Picnic & Auction, will take place on Sunday August 28, 2022, on the beautiful grounds of its Van Vleck Farm & Nature Sanctuary in Woodbury. All fans will enjoy a farm-inspired multi-course gourmet picnic prepared by renowned chefs and packaged in a reusable cooler bag, sponsored by New Morning Market, for you to keep! New this year, fans can choose to attend “Meet, Mingle & More” or “Picnic Your Way”. Attendees of “Meet, Mingle &…

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Tickets on sale for the South Pawcific auction

The Reflector Tickets are on sale now for the 14th Annual South Pawcific Furry Friends Auction. The event will include an auction dinner and fundraiser from 5-9 p.m. on Saturday, September 17 at Heathman Lodge, 7801 NE Greenwood Drive, Vancouver. “We are excited to host an in-person event,” Furry Friends Marketing Director Diane Stevens said in a press release. “For the past two years, we haven’t been able to meet in person. There has been quite a buzz about this auction and we expect tickets to sell out quickly. »…

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Step-by-Step Guide to Getting a Mortgage and Purchasing a Home at Auction

What is PaydayChampion personal loan definition, and for what, you can use personal loans? They are unsecured loans. Getting a personal loan is necessary for the majority of individuals when they purchase a property or something else that they need. At auctions, you can typically get the finest deals on real estate; yet, in order to purchase a home outright at an auction, you will need to have sufficient funds in your own possession, correct? Incorrect; it is, in fact, completely possible to purchase a house at auction with a…

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The New Vineyard couple are the highest bidder for the New Sharon Congregational Church

NEW SHARON — A New Vineyard couple won an auction for the New Sharon Congregational Church and an adjacent building known as the “little church” on July 16. The winning bid for the New Sharon Congregational Church, another building and land in New Sharon was submitted in writing ahead of the July 16 auction by a New Vineyard couple, church administrator Leona Carpentier said. from Vienna. File photo Donna M. Perry/Sun Journal Membership in the church had fallen to eight and it was becoming “increasingly difficult” to keep the church…

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Electronic auction of NPCC surplus scheduled for the first week of August

NORTH PLATTE — North Platte Community College will host an online auction for surplus electronics starting at 8 a.m. Aug. 1 and ending at 11 a.m. Aug. 5. Items will include approximately 50 laptops, 10 Dell all-in-ones, six iMacs and two Canon DSLR cameras. Everything will be available here. Items will continue to be added as the auction progresses. They will be sold “as is” and all sales are final. Bidders must create an account or log in to an existing Google or Facebook account to register for the auction.…

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City auction items stolen in Valleyview Arena burglary

The theft included two bikes, which were among the auction items because they were originally stolen or lost Some stolen and/or lost bikes that were to be auctioned off by the City of Kamloops have been stolen – again. The city is holding an online auction Aug. 3-6 to sell surplus assets — including tools, industrial equipment, auto parts, electronics, furniture and more — as well as unused bicycles. claimed held by the city and the RCMP. While the auction will be held online, the items are stored in the…

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Big names bring big money to Aspen Education Foundation in pickleball tournament

Aspen’s Alex Ferreira, left, a two-time Olympic medalist and two-time X Games champion in halfpipe skiing, chats with former pro cyclist and noted Aspen local Lance Armstrong during a ‘picleball’ event of Celebrities” on Tuesday, July 26, 2022, at the Aspen Recreation Center Courts. The event was an auction on an item as part of the Aspen Education Foundation’s annual Flamingo fundraising dinner over the winter. Famous car racer and part-time Aspenite Jimmie Johnson also starred. (Austin Colbert/The Aspen Times)Austin Colbert/The Aspen Times A celebrity pickleball tournament featuring Jimmie Johnson,…

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Deweyville schools will auction off old buses and other items

Deweyville ISD is selling items no longer used in the district, including eight buses, among others. The district is conducting a closed bidding process for items that can be viewed, with bids being accepted at the district maintenance building through Thursday. Offers will be accepted July 25, 27-28 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and July 26 from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. In addition to the buses, the district sells a Bobcat utility vehicle, a low bed trailer and an old band trailer. RELATED: Deweyville Details Plans for Past…

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Neighbors Driving Neighbors rev motors at annual auction – Daily Bulldog

Neighbors Driving Neighbours, a volunteer-based non-profit organization that provides free rides to rural residents, the annual auction collects a range of items donated by community members and local businesses, including checks -gifts for popular destinations, such as lake and river cruises in the 1968 “Amphicar.” MOUNT VERNON – Neighbors Driving Neighbors (NDN) is a volunteer-based non-profit organization that provides free rides to rural residents in its service area. NDN hosts its annual online auction, and bidding action is now ramping up on featured experiences like a Kennebec River tour; on…

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After school closes, RA Hubbard will hold a silent auction with 400 lots up for bidding

LAWRENCE COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) — After school closed earlier this year, RA Hubbard High School plans to hold a silent auction with more than 400 items up for sale. According to a Lawrence County Schools Facebook post, the school will be auctioning off several items from agriculture and home economics stores. Handling misdemeanor warrants during Phil Campbell’s amnesty days “Money raised from the auction will be spent on future career technology students in the county,” said Rollie Wright, the former RA Hubbard agriculture professor who will transfer to Hatton. “The…

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TREASURER FITZPATRICK ANNOUNCES RECORD UNCLAIMED PROPERTY AUCTION WINS RECORD AMOUNT FOR ACCOUNT OWNERS | KMMO

Missouri State Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick announced that this week’s unclaimed property auction raised $254,519 for account holders. A press release said it was the highest total in the program’s history, breaking the previous record set in 2011 by more than $6,000. The auction was held at the Stoney Creek Inn in Independence on July 18-19. Thousands of items were up for auction, including old coins and change, jewelry, sports memorabilia, and a variety of other items. The highest bid was $7,000 for lot 1598, a Rolex watch. The next unclaimed…

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Spokane Shock gear, memorabilia, trophies abandoned by previous owner to be auctioned off

There are no more games at the Arena for Spokane Shock fans, but they could own a piece of team history – and probably at a great price. On Friday, a local property sales company is auctioning off all the gear, trophies and memorabilia that were left behind when the clash was unceremoniously ended by the Indoor Football League in February – and the former owner in disgrace left town. The league action was sparked when Sam Adams – a former Seattle Seahawks favorite – missed the deadline to file…

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Nazi propaganda for sale on Trade Me is labeled ‘odious’

The Jewish community says the continued sale and promotion of Nazi propaganda material on Trade Me is “abhorrent.” Community leaders and the RSA say the auction site should do more to control its own policy, which includes a ban on material created after 1933 that bears a swastika, and “any other media identified as Nazi propaganda or that otherwise promotes racial hatred or supremacy”. ”. On Monday, Trade Me hosted dozens of ads that appeared to directly violate those policies, including stamps, postcards, books and posters with swastikas, Third Reich…

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Three common tags you need to know in Lost Ark raids

Smilegate prides itself on its well-designed end-game raids where players must cooperate with each other to overcome daunting challenges until the boss’s health points reach zero. In order to ensure raids run as smoothly as possible, the Lost Ark community – and the entire MMORPG community in general – have a few key manners that must be adhered to at all times. Here are some of the most important ones to ensure the raiding experience is enjoyable for everyone involved. Don’t be a stingy with items While it’s understandable to…

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House committee approves $10 billion bill for NG911

Members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee today voted unanimously to send a bill to the House floor that would expand the FCC’s spectrum auction authority and would dedicate $10 billion from a future auction to fund the transition of emergency call centers to IP, next-generation 911 (NG911) technology. Rep. Frank Pallone (DN.J.), chair of the committee, noted that HR 7624 — the “Spectrum Innovation Act of 2022” — continues to require the FCC to auction at least 200 MHz of spectrum in Band 3 ,1-3.45GHz. . Proceeds from…

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Ogdensburg Council Approves Demonstration of Condemned Homes and Auction Properties | St. Lawrence County

OGDENSBURG – The city council has passed resolutions authorizing the demolition of seven condemned homes and the auctioning off of surplus properties in the city. The first of two resolutions authorizes City Manager Stephen P. Jellie to enter into a contract with Diversified Construction Services, Phoenix, Oswego County, for the demolition of up to seven condemned structures. The structures are 7 Brown St., 131 Patterson St., 624 Irvin St., 402 New York Ave., 1000 Jefferson Ave., 605 Irvin St. and 101-113 Lake St. According to the resolution, the demolition of…

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My government is selling my vehicles, Okorocha is screaming

A former Imo State Governor and Senator representing Imo West, Rochas Okorocha, on Sunday accused the state government of auctioning off his private vehicles, those belonging to his aides and the Rochas Foundation Colleges. Okorocha, in a statement released in Owerri, the state capital, on its behalf by its spokesman, Sam Onwuemeodo, accused the administration headed by Governor Hope Uzodiinma of engaging in tyranny. The statement revealed that the vehicles in question were seized on February 21, 2021 from the Royal Spring Palm Estate in Owerri, when Okorocha, his aides…

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‘A Lifetime Collection’: Native American Artifacts And Other Collectibles To Be Auctioned At Medora – The Dickinson Press

DICKINSON – For 60 years, Steve Yost has collected Native American artifacts and has 230 frames featuring various arrowheads, from beads to bone working tools. Among its collection, Yost also has antique kerosene lamps, original oil paintings, and hundreds of Native American and Western history books and more. Although he’s built his collection for most of his life, Yost is auctioning it July 30 at the Medora Community Center in Medora, North Dakota. Local auctioneer Ed Binstock will run the event. Yost, a Dickinson resident, has been collecting Native American…

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Rush to Support Tawas Lighthouse Pavilion

AU GRES – Tawas Lighthouse Friends is hosting an 18-hole golf event to raise funds for the upkeep of the Tawas Point Lighthouse Pavilion project. The event will take place at the popular Knoll View Golf Course at 1020 US 23 in Au Gres on Saturday, July 23. Registration is at 8 a.m. with a 9 a.m. departure. The cost is $75 per player or $300 per team. This includes your donation to support the pavilion project. This is a 4 person race for both men and women. However, if…

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Charity Golf Classic returns to Port Alberni with sold-out tournament – ​​Port Alberni Valley News

The Charity Golf Classic will return to Alberni Golf Club this weekend for the first time since 2019, but the COVID-19 break hasn’t slowed things down one bit. According to Richard Chernomaz, co-chair of the planning committee, the tournament has been sold out since April. “I think everyone is very excited to come together to play golf, have fun and raise money for a good cause,” Chernomaz said. The tournament began in 1994, created by local NHL referee Rob Shick. Since then, he has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars…

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Darkness this July 4; Omicron Subvariants Are Making More People Sick – Coachella Valley Independent’s Indy Digest: July 4, 2022

No more news • Results of last week’s testing of Palm Springs sewage for SARS-CoV-2 levels were not released today due to the holidays; we will have this information in Thursday’s Indy Digest. However, this story from the Los Angeles Times has us guessing that the number will unfortunately increase:In a sign of how the novel coronavirus wave continues to spread through California, two-thirds of the state’s counties are now at the COVID-19 high community level, in which the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of United States recommends universal…

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Antique vampire kit sparks international bidding war

A vampire killing kit once owned by a British aristocrat sparked an international bidding war before selling for six times its estimated price, according to Hansons Auctioneers. The late 19th century kit, which sold for £13,000 ($15,736.49) on Thursday, belonged to Lord William Malcolm Hailey (1872-1969), a British peer and former administrator of British India, Hansons Auctioneers said in a press release. “Whether out of fear or fascination, it is interesting to know that a member of the highest aristocratic social order, a man with a place in the House…

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The Festival de la Saint-Michel returns for the first time since 2019 | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo Provided – St. Michael’s Parish Community Festival, last held in 2019, returns this week. WHEELING – After a COVID-enforced hiatus, the St. Michael’s Parish Community Festival returns next week for three days of family fun. The festival will be held Thursday through Saturday at St. Michael’s Parish School on the National Road in Wheeling. The events will take place from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday and from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. This will be the parish’s first festival…

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