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Silent Auction Items/Experiences Needed for All School Reunion – Wadena Pioneer Journal

WADENA – With the all schools meeting taking place June 10-12, the planning committee is looking to host a fantastic silent auction event to help raise money for the scholarship fund.This is where you or your business comes in. Do you have a product or service that you could donate to the silent auction?Consider making a donation to help add to the exciting lineup of events planned over the weekend. Donations help support Wolverines graduates now and in the future. All-School Reunion committee member Kandi Kelderman said the silent auction…

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Wine in the Grove | News

Proceeds from the event go towards scholarships providing local youth, adults and seniors with the funding necessary to participate in the programs offered by LARPD. On average, the LARPD Foundation serves 80 residents per year, but the need for scholarships is growing and the foundation hopes to rise to the challenge of providing assistance to residents in need. “This event provides a unique opportunity to have a good time and give back to the community,” Banning said. “Scholarships have already been awarded to children for swimming lessons or summer camps…

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Twisted Oaks will host a “Yappy Hour” wine tasting and silent auction for the DeKalb Animal Coalition

May 16, 2022By: Dwayne Page A fundraiser for the DeKalb Animal Coalition and the shelter is scheduled for Saturday, May 21 from 4-6 p.m. at Twisted Oaks on Hwy 70 in Snow Hill across from Bert Driver Nursery. It’s called “Yappy Hour”, an event of wine tasting and silent auctions and much more. “We are having a wine tasting and silent auction and I want to encourage everyone to come. I hope we can have him outside, but it will be fantastic. All proceeds we receive from this event go…

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Vodafone enters into agreement with Mzadcom Smart Auction Solutions LLC

Muscat, Oman: Vodafone recently signed an agreement with Mzadcom Smart Auction Solutions LLC, an online auction platform on May 11, 2022. The agreement was signed between Sayyed Fahad Al Busaidi, Director of Support Services at Vodafone and Ibrahim Al Junaibi, Managing Director of Mzadcom. This partnership aims to allow individuals to bid and purchase distinctive Diamond and Gold numbers of their choice, in accordance with the rules and regulations of the TRA. Highlighting the importance of the signature, Fahad Al Busaidi said, “Vodafone is committed to delivering the highest levels…

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Recap: Visionary Lunch and Auction 2022

By Marc Martin The Rancho Bernardo Inn was once again the site of the Visionary Luncheon and Auction on May 6, 2022. Due to the generosity of attendees and benefactors, over $140,000 was raised for Alzheimer’s disease support and research. As always, 100% of every dollar will go back to San Diego County to help the community we know and love. This was the event’s fourth year and our first since 2019. During the reception hour, guests participated in a silent auction, enjoyed the photo booth and engaged in a…

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The scouts organize an auction

Drew Butler [email protected] The Arbuckle Area Council BSA will hold its eighth annual auction on Saturday morning. The event will include live and silent auction items as well as a garage sale. The items to be won include agricultural equipment, water sports equipment and large musical instruments such as pianos and organs. District Director Rachel Fisher said all proceeds will be used to improve local Scout camps and programming. “We serve approximately 3,000 youth in southern Oklahoma, and all of that will be used to benefit the Arbuckle Area Council…

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Everything must go: Martha Stewart’s garage sale continues at auction

BEDFORD, NY – There’s one last chance to haggle trinkets belonging to Hudson Valley lifestyle guru Martha Stewart for a good cause. Martha Stewart’s Big USA Tag Sale Continues at Mount Kisco’s Perks Shop. If you didn’t manage to get your hands on hard-to-get tickets to Stewart’s Great American Tag Sale last month, which was filmed for an ABC special that aired May 25, there’s still plenty to do. ‘hope. “Over the years, I’ve collected thousands of wonderful things for my homes and workplaces. Now I’m ready to share a…

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Ginsburg tea set, coat and other items fetch $800,000 for opera

WASHINGTON (AP) — Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s silver tea set is going to a family with a 5-year-old daughter who was once Ginsburg for Halloween. A medal Ginsburg received upon her induction into the National Women’s Hall of Fame goes to a family who recently demonstrated for reproductive rights. And a drawing of her hanging in his office was a Utah scientist’s Mother’s Day gift to his wife. In total, an online auction of 150 items belonging to the late judge raised $803,650 for the Washington National Opera, one of…

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Haydenville Church Art Auction to Benefit Ukrainians

HAYDENVILLE — An art auction to benefit war-affected Ukrainians in that country is looking for artists to donate pieces. “We define art broadly,” said Tracy Magdalene, who organizes the event. Magdalene, a resident of Haydenville, said the auction had already received photographs, acid-etched concrete wall hangings, a pencil drawing and painting by the late Gregory Stone, and an artwork by late Gerald Wise. She said about 30 pieces have been donated so far. The auction will take place at the Haydenville Congregational Church from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on…

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Kempner VFD Raises $52,000 in Annual Auction | Herald of Copperas Cove

The Kempner Volunteer Fire Department again raised thousands of dollars at its 42nd annual barbecue and auction last Saturday. In total, this year’s event raised over $52,000, a record amount. Officials said the money raised will go a long way in helping the department. Each year, the department organizes the event as a way to gain support from the local community and businesses in the area. Along with the barbecue and auction, they are raising funds to help maintain the vital services the department provides to help protect the community…

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Goal! Maradona’s ‘Hand of God’ shirt sets auction record

By JILL LAWLESSAssociated press LONDON (AP) — The shirt worn by Diego Maradona when he scored the controversial “Hand of God” goal against England at the 1986 World Cup has sold for 7.1 million pounds (9 .3 million), the highest price ever paid at auction for a piece of sports memorabilia. Auctioneer Sotheby’s sold the shirt in an online auction which ended on Wednesday. He did not identify the buyer. Maradona scored twice in the quarter-final match in Mexico City on June 22, 1986, just four years after Britain and…

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Harrison Chapter of Alumni Association awards $10,000 CADIZ — A total of $10,000 has been awarded to two Harrison County seniors by the Harrison County chapter of the Ohio State University Alumni Association. Aiden Sliva, son of Michael and Michele Sliva from Cadiz, received $5,000 from the group. He graduated from Harrison Central High School in Cádiz and will study pharmacy at university. Ellee Shepherd, daughter of Kevin and Amanda Shepherd and Dyana and Rod Bleiniger of Uhrichsville, also received $5,000. She graduated from Indian Valley High School…

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May Merriment in progress at Marquette Academy in Ottawa – Shaw Local

The Marquette Academy is hosting its 40th Annual May Merriment Dinner/Auction on Saturday May 7th. The main objective of May Merriment is to bridge the gap between tuition fees and the real cost of education. If you can’t make it to May Merriment, the silent auction opened its online auction on Friday. You may submit a proxy bid for live auction items by calling the High School Advancement Office, 815-433-0125, ext. 1018. Visit the auction website at www.bidpal.net/mmm40 to see all the items for sale and buy a raffle ticket.…

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Pamplin Media Group – Police recover stolen Oregon Music Hall of Fame signed guitar

The Oregon Music Hall of Fame has recovered a stolen guitar; but dozens are still missing. Can you help me… ? As reported in the March issue of THE BEE, irreplaceable guitars, signed by internationally renowned musicians, were stolen in a robbery of a storage locker rented by the Oregon Music Hall of Fame on February 20. After weeks of what they called an “extensive investigation,” Portland Police Bureau officials on March 15 said they had obtained search warrants which they said resulted in the guitars being recovered. and other…

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Teesside shop’s Star Wars exhibit sells for thousands at auction

A PROMOTIONAL Star Wars store display sold for over £13,000 at Vectis Auctions in Stockton this morning (April 28). Lot 6269 on the was a highly anticipated lot, the Palitoy Star Wars Return of the Jedi vintage Vehicle and Figure Promotional Store Display, was on offer with an estimate of £5,000-£10,000. These store displays were all handcrafted, painted and supplied by key accounts and Palitoy partners to promote the new movie release and character lines. It depicts the battle scene on Endor, at the end of the new movie Return…

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World-Class Automotive Injection Molding and Chrome Plating Plant Goes Up for Auction

CHICAGO, April 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — An entire factory full of machinery and equipment including injection molding and chrome plating machines is auctioned via webcast on May 12 in Colon, Querétaro, Mexico, announced PPL Group. Most of the equipment is new since 2017, 2018 and 2019. “This is an unprecedented opportunity for the right buyer(s) to obtain late model injection molding equipment and chrome plating equipment including stainless steel tanks, rectifiers, programmable hoists, filters and a huge amount of scrap copper and nickel,” said Sam Suchowiecky. of Hilco Global Mexico.…

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The Slough Hub announces ‘The Great Slough Auction’, promoting uplifting art from local artists and supporting good causes

Charity auction Two ways to bid Following the huge success of the art festival, the artists put their works up for auction. The public can bid online or at the Love Slough Gallery We’ve created a platform for Slough’s hidden talent to shine. Their mission was to create a positive and uplifting image of Slough and to boost the morale of the residents. — Vineet Vijh Slough Hub Manager SLOUGH, BERKSHIRE, UK, April 25, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Following the resounding success Art Festival commissioned by ‘HOME Slough’ as ​​part of…

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Auction close to $100,000 raised for OSMH mental health services

“The auction helps provide better care and raises voices in our community,” says OSMH Foundation Community Engagement Manager Angie Green-Hill continues her mission to raise funds for mental health services at the Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital (OSMH). The Sixth Annual Green-Hill Facebook Auctions begins May 14 at 2 p.m. and ends May 21 at 2 p.m. The event has raised a total of $75,000 over the years, and Green-Hill hopes to raise an additional $25,000 this year. “It would be amazing to reach that level,” she said. “But it’s all…

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‘Washington Crossing the Delaware’ hanging in the White House went up for auction at Christie’s in May

Story by Reuters The famous “Washington Crossing the Delaware” painting, which hung in the White House from the 1970s to 2014, will go up for auction next month when it is estimated to fetch around $20 million. The 1851 oil painting is one of three versions painted by Emanuel Leutze of the man who was to be America’s first president to lead the troops at a key moment in the American Revolution. Only two survived. The first version was destroyed in a World War II air raid in Germany, said…

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Burn Fund Bike Auction returns to Portage – PortageOnline.com

Another Portage grassroots fundraiser and favorite of local residents returns next month after the two-year COVID hiatus. The Firefighters Burn Fund Bike Auction takes place on Saturday, May 7 at 10:00 a.m. Firefighter Curtis Rance says he is standing at the usual location – the Portage Fire Hall at 124 3rd St Northeast. “What the Burn Fund does is help raise money for education and equipment for the burn unit in Winnipeg,” Rance explains. “This will be the 42nd annual bike auction. We’ve missed the last two years due to…

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Furious agent calls on government agencies not to use locals for auctions | Queensland country life

Decisions by state and local governments to use out-of-town agents to hold auctions in rural communities have been questioned. Independent marketer Chris Norris’ furious comment follows the Queensland Government’s use of an out-of-town machinery auction specialist to dispose of assets and livestock owned by the former Queensland Agricultural Training Corporation. Tomkins Valuers and Auctioneers, based in Rockhampton, has been contracted to sell both the horses and the machinery and other items based at Emerald and Longreach colleges. On the company’s website, it says its main customers are the federal government,…

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Chandigarh businessman buys ‘0001’ for Rs 15.44 lakh for his scooter : The Tribune India

Tribune press service Chandigarh, April 16 A local businessman bought the registration number ‘0001’ for a whopping Rs 15.44 lakh for a scooter against a reserve price of Rs 50,000 in an online auction conducted by the Authority Registration and Licensing (RLA) here today. Brij Mohan, who runs an advertising agency, made the highest bid for CH01CJ 0001. Mohan said he liked the number so much that he bought it for Rs. 15.44 lakh. Initially, he used the number of his Activa scooter which he recently bought for…

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Lee Harvey Oswald’s life insurance claim sold at auction

Local The one-page, 8.5-inch-by-10.25-inch document came in a frame alongside a photograph of Oswald. Surrounded by detectives, Lee Harvey Oswald speaks to the media as he is led down a hallway at the Dallas police station on November 23, 1963, for a new round of questioning in connection with the assassination of US President John F. Kennedy. The life insurance policy of the man who murdered Kennedy paid his mother less than $900, but the death petition she filed for that sum sold at auction for nearly $80,000 dollars. The…

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Local women plan fundraiser for Ukrainian refugees | News, Sports, Jobs

News Photo by Darby Hinkley Pictured, L-R, Stefanie Huffaker of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ellen Eagan of Trinity Episcopal Church, Tammy Hermansen of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Deb McClure of Trinity Episcopal Church, Cindy DeRocher of Alpena Community College Women’s Athletics, and Gerry Cawthra of Trinity Episcopal Church. Eagan and McClure wear felt hearts in the colors of the Ukrainian flag, and McClure holds a blue and yellow rock painted by Pat Manning, one of the artists at the…

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Art Avenue Auction raises $50,000 for Second Heart Homes

The coast of the gift DAILY SRQ MONDAY BUSINESS EDITION MONDAY APRIL 11, 2022 | Shown: Local artist Vicki Chelf, gallery owner Paul Sykes and Second Heart Homes founder Megan Howell stand next to Second Heart Angel, Chelf’s resistance painting honoring Howell as part of her Woman of Resistance series. Art was an avenue of expression and compassion recently in Sarasota. An auction at Art Avenue helped raise awareness of the link between mental health and homelessness and raised funds for housing and homeless service. Art Avenue’s Paul Sykes hosted…

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First issue of Captain America comic sells for $3.1 million

by: Robert Puente, Samantha Cortese, Bobby Gonzalez, Michael Bartiromo, Nexstar Multimedia Cable Post : April 9, 2022 / 4:05 p.m. EDT Update: April 9, 2022 / 4:05 p.m. EDT (KTLA) – A near-perfect issue of the first Captain America comic book sold for $3.1 million at auction on Thursday. “Captain America Comics” debuted on newsstands in December 1940, in the midst of World War II. The issue’s cover, familiar to hardcore comic book fans, featured a famous image of Captain America punching Adolf Hitler in the face. “What better way…

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CB timeshare condos land $8.3 million bid at bankruptcy auction

The North Pier Ocean Villas timeshare condominium in Carolina Beach is under a near ironclad deal to be sold for $8.3 million in bankruptcy proceedings, pending final approval from the court. Eight pre-qualified bidders arrived at United States Bankruptcy Court in Raleigh on Thursday morning and engaged in a heated contest. “We had a lively auction, to put it mildly,” David Haidt, the attorney for the North Pier Ocean Villas owners’ association, told U.S. Judge David Warren. Cekra Inc., a Wilmington-based industrial contractor, was the highest bidder, offering to buy…

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Former Church Property on Auction Block | Local News

WATSONTOWN – A 39-acre property that was once the home of the Watsontown United Methodist Church is set to go up for auction. Michael Roan, of Roan Real Estate, will auction the property at a public sale to be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 28 at the site, 1315-1319 Eighth Street Drive, Delaware Township, Northumberland County. The property — which includes a 17,178-square-foot church building and a four-bedroom home — will stand alone on the auction block. “It will be like selling a refrigerator,” Roan said. “It’s just an…

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Cattlemen’s Auction Makes Money – The Troy Messenger

It’s over…and the Pike County Cattlemen are screaming! The 2022 Pike County Breeders Equipment Auction on Saturday is in the books. And it was by far the largest and most successful equipment auction,” said breeder Johnny Garrett. ” I can not explain it ; we can’t explain it because we don’t know, but we had the most auction items, the most people and the most auction money, ever raised. Garrett said there are 1,642 sets of equipment for sale. Some of the bundles contained one large item and other bundles…

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Newark home with extensive damage sells for over £80,000 at auction

A badly damaged house in Nottinghamshire has been auctioned off for over £80,000. The property, located on Tolney Lane in Newark, went under the hammer late last month. Photos from inside the property show a hole in one of the rooms at the front of the house and upstairs in the three-storey terraced house. After the auction, which took place on Wednesday March 30, the house sold for £81,000. Describing the property, Bonde Wolfe says: “The property benefits from gas central heating and UPVC double glazing, but is in need…

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This Week in History: National Iron, Steel and Tin Workers Meet in Robins | News, Sports, Jobs

99 years ago in 1923: Warren welcomed the national officers and 300 delegates of the Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers of North America gathered in convention in the city. The informal opening session was held at the Robins Theatre, Mr. Robins having extended the use of his splendid theatre. The house was well filled with men who came from great distances as well as those from closer home, and there was a small representation of women. The program was chaired by DR Doyle, Chairman of…

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The public auction is Saturday at the Standish Art Center |

STANDISH – The Northeast Michigan Arts Council will hold its 37th annual auction on Saturday, April 9. The auction begins at 10 a.m. sharp at the Art Center, located at the corner of Grove St. and US-23 in Standish. The event will be convened by auctioneer Richard Martin of Chesaning. Doors will open at 9 a.m. so auction patrons can register and view merchandise before the start time. There are no admission fees or fees to attend this event. Auction fundraising is a lifeline for the Northeast Michigan Arts Council…

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Annual Auction Library Fundraiser Begins Next Week | Dawson Springs Progress

The Hopkins-Madisonville County Public Library will be holding its annual silent auction fundraiser this year beginning April 1, 2022. This is one of the library’s largest fundraisers and the staff is excited to to be able to have it again this year, since COVID-19 forced it to be canceled for two years. If you are unfamiliar, here is how it works, You go to the auction site, 401 Madison Square Drive, in the Parkway Plaza Mall and fill out a form to receive your auction number. Once you have your…

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Perkins Mansion sells for $340,000; buyer to use it for the new Montessori school | News

Rod Loomis, owner of Loomis Auctions, conducts an auction for the Perkins Mansion on Monday. Loomis said the property has generated more interest than any other home auction in the company’s history. TANNER MONDOK | Herald SHARON — A history buff paid $340,000 on Monday to buy a second piece of town antiquity. Dr Barry Marchetto submitted the winning bid on Monday for the Perkins Mansion on Sharon’s West Hill. The house, which includes a two-story brick shed and a quaint guardhouse, is among the last mansions in the area…

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Atari’s ‘Home Pong’ Prototype Auctioned for Over $270,000

By Yanny Sanchez, CNN If you think the PS5 is expensive, get Atari’s “Home Pong” prototype. The original 1975 hand-carved wooden model of the Pong system recently sold for $270,910 at auction, according to the seller RR Auctions. The unique system features paddle control buttons, a bright red “start game” button, a metal grille for its built-in speaker, and a finished Pong chip in a prototype circuit board. It is one of only two prototypes built by Atari. The prototype comes from the collection of Allan Alcorn, the creator of…

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Wool auction prices are under pressure again

Exchange rates and financial pressures have impacted Australian wool prices this week, with the market posting its second consecutive weekly decline. The Australian Wool Exchange said national supply fell by 2,102 bales to 45,149 bales, but the pass-through rate rose to 16.9% as growers responded to withhold wool. AWEX said there was strong buyer attention for the best style types, although despite strong demand the prices obtained were generally 10 to 20 cents lower than those obtained at the previous sale. “There were 30.2% of the AWEX Style 4 or…

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Irish whiskey follows Scotch’s path in the auction market

A bottle of The Brollach Single Malt Irish Whiskey sold for £6,100 at auction earlier this month. Irish Whiskey Merchant When it comes to whiskey sales making headlines, Scotch is the only category that matters for decades. Household names like The Macallan, The Dalmore and Port Ellen regularly hit six figures at international auction houses these days. It’s only recently that we’ve seen select Japanese whiskeys rise to comparable valuations. Could Irish whiskey be the next darling of wealthy collectors? Irish Whiskey Merchant definitely count on it. Northern Ireland’s first…

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New Little Royalty Crowned $25,000 Raised at Delaware County Pork Farmers Pie Auction – Mix 94.7 KMCH

About $25,000 was raised by Delaware County pork producers Saturday night. The band held their ‘Bake It With Lard’ pie competition and auction at the Delaware County Fairgrounds Pavilion in Manchester. A total of 66 pies were entered into this year’s contest, which was judged by father Dennis Quint and Karen Ries. The contest required that all pies be double-crusted, with lard used in the crust. The first-place winning pie was Doris McAllister’s Caramel Pecan Pie, which was auctioned off at Ken Ries/Ries Ag Marketing for $1,000. Dianne Reth’s German…

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Budi Tek, one of Asia’s greatest art collectors, has died aged 65

Written by Oscar Holland, CNN Indonesian Chinese art collector Budi Tek, famous for forging cultural ties between China and the West, has died in Hong Kong at the age of 65. The entrepreneur and philanthropist died on Friday after a “six year fierce battle” with pancreatic cancer, according to a declaration of the Yuz Museum in Shanghai, which he founded in 2014. The statement, posted to social media in English and Chinese on Sunday, said Tek passed away “surrounded by his beloved family” after spending his life “cultivating talent” and…

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Local art auction supports Ukrainian children

HOUSTON, Minn. (KTTC) –The International Owl Center in Houston, Minnesota encourages community help to raise money for children in Ukraine. All you gotta do is bid on works of art. The art displayed at the Owl Center is all for a cause. People can bid on owl designs through Sunday. Each artwork has been created by Ukrainian children over the years for the centre’s annual Children’s Owl Art Contest. All the Ukrainian artists were between 5 and 15 years old. There are 60 works of art that people can bid…

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Bonhams buys Boston-based Skinner auction house, accelerating mid-tier auction consolidation

In a move that suggests continued consolidation in middle market auctions, Bonhams today announced the acquisition of Boston-based auctioneers Skinner. Financial terms were not disclosed. In a press release, Bonhams CEO Bruno Vinciguerra, who was previously COO of Sotheby’s, called Skinner “an iconic presence in New England, much loved and celebrated for the rich treasures it offers.” He added that the house also has a well-established digital footprint in North America that complements Bonhams’ presence, potentially allowing both companies to reach more shippers and buyers. The Boston-based auction house will…

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Rare works of art by SA are up for auction – including this charcoal drawing which could fetch R3.5million

Aspire Art auction Lot 36. William Kentridge (South Africa 1955-) Drawing for Mine (supplied) More than 100 pieces of historic, modern and contemporary art will be auctioned in Cape Town on Wednesday. An early charcoal drawing by famed South African artist William Kentridge, an image from the artist’s 1991 animated film Mine, is considered the best lot, valued at R2.8-3.5 million . Marlene Dumas’ 1974/5 painting Kindvrou, valued at R1.8-2.4 million, is also expected to attract a lot of attention. For more stories, go to www.BusinessInsider.co.za. Collectible South African art…

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West Bank waterfront acreage heads for bankruptcy auction in April | Economic news

A parcel of waterfront property that was earmarked for a $50 million condominium project on the West Bank will be sold next month after a bankruptcy court judge ordered it to be auctioned off to settle debts. The three undeveloped parcels covering approximately 3.3 acres were owned by River Street Ventures LLC, which filed for bankruptcy in June after a Miami-based developer’s plans to build hundreds of condominiums and retail outlets on the site failed. blocked by the town hall. Developer Philip Spiegelman had fought a long-running battle for the…

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State will auction surplus office items | Local News

BUFFALO — A public liquidation auction of surplus items from Sen. Walter J. Mahoney’s former state office building will take place on Wednesday. The auction will take place at 9:30 a.m. in the Mahoney Building at 65 Court Street in Buffalo. Registration and on-site inspection will begin at 8 a.m. The State Office of General Services sold the Mahoney building at auction last October. As the building is prepared for transfer, the OGS is liquidating more than 300 surplus furniture and equipment that has been divided among 130 auction lots.…

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A Family’s Battle Against a Rare Disease Unfolds in a Community Effort | Local News

MONROE CITY, Mo. – A local benefit this Saturday is rallying community support for a man battling fibrosing mediastinitis, a rare condition. Noah McAfee is 23 and has a two-year-old son, Audi, with his fiancée, Bradie Foster, 24. A live auction starting at 6 p.m. Saturday at Maddie’s on Main reflects the community’s unwavering support as McAfee prepares for lifesaving surgery in April. His mother, Stephanie, contacted Chrissy Doolin to request a photo showing members of the community united in support of her son’s fight. The resulting Facebook page “created…

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Fisherman catches woolly mammoth tooth and auctions it off to help Ukraine – NBC Boston

While dredging for scallops in late December off Newburyport, Massachusetts, a crew called the New England Fishmongers, based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, discovered something unusual. Captain Tim Rider brought the 11-inch, seven-pound artifact to experts at the University of New Hampshire, who identified it as the tooth of a woolly mammoth. “It’s pretty big,” said Will Clyde, a UNH geology professor. He says other fishermen have recovered similar, but few as well-preserved fossils as this one. Clyde tells us he’s fascinated by how these discoveries connect us to our geological…

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Determine the sellability of an old bottle of wine

“My father was an avid wine collector, but I don’t know much about fine wines. He passed away recently. How do you know if the wines in your cellar have value? “I found several bottles of wine stored in my aunt’s cellar. She asked me if they were good. These are gifts received many years ago. How much are they worth?” “I bought a bottle of expensive French wine a few years ago as an investment. I think it can be valuable. How can I sell it? These questions have…

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The younger generation is taking a big hand in a new kind of investment in art

SEOUL, March 7 (Yonhap) — Four out of 10 investors who buy small shares of iconic artworks through online platforms in South Korea are younger generations, a local auction house said Monday. . Among customers who bought a share of a single piece of art worth at least 10 million won ($8,100) at a time, 40% were between 20 and 30 years old, according to Sotwo, a online art investment platform managed by Seoul Auction Blue. . Sotwo allows individuals to buy shares of specific artworks starting at 1,000 won…

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Turning Point of Lehigh Valley to Host Annual Spring Virtual Auction in First Full Week of March | The Valley Register

Allentown, Pennsylvania, March 4, 2022 – Turning Point of Lehigh Valley will host its second annual Spring Virtual Auction during the first full week of March. JThe auction will be entirely online and is scheduled to open on Sunday, March 6, 2022 at 8:00 a.m. and close on Sunday, March 13, 2022 at 8:00 p.m. The theme of the auction, which is also part of their year-long theme to address myths and stereotypes surrounding domestic and intimate partner violence, “Unmasking domestic and conjugal violence”, aims to break the silence about…

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Cigar smoked by Michael Jordan up for auction

CHICAGO (WGN) – Auction items that relate to “His Airness” never lack money-making power. That was proven this week when an unused ticket to NBA legend Michael Jordan’s first game fetched $468,000 at auction. However, other elements related to the retired Chicago Bulls star and Basketball Hall of Famer get a bit more creative. For example, the shoes Jordan wore during the game in which he broke his foot in 1985 sold for $422,000 earlier this winter. And now auction house Lelands is offering a one-of-a-kind item that involves one…

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Howland to Auction Former North Road School | News, Sports, Jobs

HOWLAND – The empty North Road Middle School building will be auctioned off later this year. The Howland Board of Education has approved the sale of the building by McGuire Auctioneers / II Seasons Realty. An official date for the auction of the building and other personal belongings has not been set, but Superintendent Kevin Spicher said he expects it to take place in late April or early May. The building has been out of use for about 2 and a half years since fifth grade moved to…

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Famous Sonoma Chefs and Winemakers Team Up for New Foodie Event

For more than 20 years, charitable research Foundation V hosted an annual weekend wine celebration in Napa Valley to raise cancer awareness and raise funds for cancer research. Next month, Sonoma County will be in the spotlight by bringing together award-winning chefs and winemakers for a local edition of the charity event. The inauguration Sonoma Epicureana series of “flagship events”, will begin on March 31 and run through April 3. The events will take place in various locations, primarily in and around Healdsburg. The weekend will kick off with a…

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Calls to save set of auction pubs in village where residents are ‘losing community spaces’

Locals are bracing themselves for a fight to save a suburban Leicester pub set to be auctioned off. The Humber Stone pub, Humberstone, had been a local community center for many years, particularly after other local watering holes closed. But in 2020, its doors were closed during the pandemic and customers say they heard nothing more until the last two weeks when it went on sale, raising fears the community might lose one of its latest social hubs. READ MORE: All the latest planning news here The Humber Stone, which…

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Post-pandemic – How has Covid-19 changed the local art scene? Part 1

This year has started on a high note, with the return of the physical Investec Cape Town Art Fair event in February. “There was a strong sense of optimism among visitors and an obvious delight in rediscovering works of art in the flesh,” says Dr Alastair Meredith, Senior Art Specialist at Strauss & Co. “Over the past two years, the art world has been forced to shift from a live, physical presence to digital and online. The paradigm shift has certainly had its challenges and its boons.” Covid -19 disrupted…

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Contents of late costume designer’s studio fetched over £52,000 at auction

The contents of an artist’s studio who designed the costumes for opera star Dame Joan Sutherland and ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev sold at auction for a total of more than £52,000. Michael Stennett, who died aged 74 in 2020, worked in his studio in Yoxford in Suffolk, where he designed costumes and sets and painted portraits, landscapes and still lifes. He has designed costumes for stars such as opera singer Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, English actor and politician Dame Glenda Jackson and American actor and former model Mia Farrow. Brett…

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Homewood Rotary Club Hosts St. Patrick’s Day Fundraiser

The Homewood Rotary Club has announced that its main scholarship fundraiser this year is a St. Patrick’s Day event on Thursday, March 17 at Little London Kitchen in West Homewood. Attendees can have food and drink and Celtic music courtesy of Hooley, while bidding on a variety of auction items offered through silent, live and online auctions. “Since 1984, The Rotary Homewood Club has been proud to provide college scholarships to local high school students through our Educational Foundation,” the club said in a news release. “With over $200,000 in…

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PHOTOS: Crowds in a buying mood show up at the Nakashima auction

The latest auction for Snake River Auction was for the possessions of its founder and owner, Roger Nakashima. The auction was held Saturday, February 19 at the Malheur County Fairgrounds. Vale’s Anitra Emery has a moment with auctioneer Roger Nakashima ahead of an auction to sell her personal and business assets. He is facing deadly cancer. A well-attended auction was held on Saturday February 19 at the Malheur County Fairgrounds. (The Zaitz/The Company) ONTARIO – Backpacks, shovels, handcarts and more were up for grabs Saturday, Feb. 19 at auctioneer Roger…

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Family and Friends Hold Advantage to Help Dave Brave Heart

MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) — A pillar of the Native American community, Dave Brave Heart was diagnosed with ALS, otherwise known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, in September 2021. On Saturday, a benefit was held at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Mankato to help raise funds to ensure Dave’s home is handicap accessible once he is bound to a wheelchair. “He lives in a house that’s over a hundred years old, and they’ve been architecturally trying to figure out how to keep him in his house, and it won’t work after he…

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Rotary Crab Feed returns to the Los Banos Fairgrounds on April 1

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other opinion content provide insights into issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. Rotary Club of Los Banos members Kimberly Chatman, left, and Pat Selinger join members of the high school Interact club as they prepare to serve crab at the annual Rotary Crab Feeding held at the Los Banos fairgrounds. Proceeds from the event are donated to local high school scholarships. GENE LIEB Company Los Banos The Los Banos rotating crab feeder is back. After a…

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Gaslight Art Colony to Host Online Art Auction | Arts and Theater

MARSHALL – The Gaslight Art Colony will host an online art auction, allowing supporters in the Wabash Valley and beyond to purchase art for themselves and their friends, while helping to support the Gaslight Art Colony. More than 150 watercolor, oil and pastel originals and prints will be auctioned. According to curator Jo Rich-Vadas, “Knowles Auction have been a tremendous supporter of the Colony and with their guidance we are able to offer this fine art auction online. We haven’t been able to do any major fundraising in the past…

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Fundraiser brings in hundreds of people looking to help a local family

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) — A fundraiser brought together hundreds of attendees at Peach Creek Ranch on Tuesday night, benefiting a local family. Chris Driskell was diagnosed with inoperable cancer in 2021. His wife, Rachel Driskell, served as the sole provider as the local photographer. Friends asked how they could help since the diagnosis, and they said it was finally time. “When we were first asked, I just didn’t think we necessarily needed something like this, but over time it was kind of the time,” Rachel said. “Not just for…

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PA’s largest coal-fired plant could be forced to disable some units

HOMER CITY, Pa. (WTAJ) – Homer City Generation, LP (Homer City) recently requested an exception to the mandatory bid requirement that would force certain units to be deactivated. A final decision on whether or not Homer City will be exempt from the Next basic residual auction 2023/2024 of PJM will be made on April 4, according to a statement from Homer City. All deactivated units would be removed from service in May 2023. However, it is reported that there would be no immediate impact on the 129 employees currently working…

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Clan Cancer Support’s annual online auction to raise much-needed funds

CLAN Cancer Support’s annual online auction launched last week, with the public encouraged to bid on a range of items to raise money for the charity. The auction started on Wednesday February 9 and will continue until February 27. All money raised will support Clan’s vital cancer support services. Clan’s online auction is scheduled to run until February 27. Despite the cancellation and postponement of many events during the coronavirus pandemic, Clan has continued to provide support to people throughout the Northeast through fundraisers and online events. The online auction…

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Remarkable Prices Recorded at Corinella Farms No Reserve Auction | The Ararat Advertiser

reserved for subscribers, If the high prices at Corinella Farms’ unreserved auction are up to snuff, demand for used machines will be hot in 2022. Ritchie Bros. agricultural territory manager Gary Biggs said he This was a remarkable sale, with some equipment selling above new rates. Over 3,100 bidders registered online and a total of 203 buyers won the 449 lots offered on January 28. The majority of buying power came from Victoria, with 366 lots sold in the state, while 61 lots went to buyers in NSW. The most…

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Delaware County Dairy Banquet with Auction and Piano Duel – Mix 94.7 KMCH

The Delaware County Dairy Banquet is coming up in a few weeks. On Saturday evening March 5, the dairy community will gather for an evening of awards, dinner and entertainment at the Delaware County Fairgrounds Pavilion in Manchester. Jill Kunde, who sits on the Delaware County Dairy Council, says dairy farms may be in decline in Delaware County, but that’s all the more reason to recognize the ones that still exist. https://kmch.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Dairy-Council-2.mp3 Kunde says the Dairy Council is delighted to add a few new features to this year’s banquet, including…

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La Petite Suisse hosts the “Big Air for Care” event

SLINGER — La Petite Suisse de Slinger is once again organizing its Big Air competition in support of people with ALS. The event, Big Air for Care, will take place on Saturday, sponsored by Horicon Bank. Proceeds will go to the Wisconsin Chapter of the ALS Association and the Herringtons, a local family struggling with ALS. Several activities will be offered to spectators, skiers and snowboarders. From a silent auction and raffles to the big air competition and the Cheese Shred event. The Big Air competition will begin at 7…

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IPL 2022 auction: Aakash Chopra on multi-faceted players CSK could seek to acquire

Aakash Chopra has named some of the versatile players Chennai Super Kings (CSK) might be interested in acquiring at the IPL 2022 auction. Multi-faceted players have played a huge role in CSK’s title race at IPL 2021. The franchise has already picked up a few of these players – Ravindra Jadeja and Moeen Ali – ahead of the mega auction. In a video shared on his YouTube channel, Aakash Chopra highlighted MS Dhoni’s preference for players who can both bat and bowl. He named a few versatile spin bowlers that…

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Sotheby’s Paris will auction the 4.4-pound Miss Dior gold coin on March 2 – WWD

GOLD STANDARD: La Monnaie de Paris, Dior and Sotheby’s have teamed up for a one-of-a-kind auction that will take place on March 2 in the French capital. La Monnaie de Paris, or Monnaie de Paris, last year worked with the house of Dior on a unique 4.4-pound gold coin representing the shape of the first perfume bottle created by Christian Dior for his debut fragrance, Miss Dior. The design – which also includes other iconic Dior symbols, such as a star, a half-knot, a houndstooth and a bouquet of roses…

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Rineyville student shows strength in battle with rare cancer | Local News

Quincy Sweatt celebrated his 8th birthday on Tuesday, but the past year has been filled with struggles. “He’s incredibly sweet and empathetic and always cracks jokes to keep a smile on my face,” his mother Natalie Sweatt said. “He worries about me more than himself most of the time.” Quincy enjoys hanging out with her two cats, Peaches and Sprinkles, and singing along to music while coming up with her own lyrics. She called him a social butterfly who can make friends wherever he goes. Like most kids, he loves…

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Classic car auction in Naples to raise money for charity

NAPLES A one-of-a-kind collection of hot rods are on display in Naples ahead of Friday’s 85-car classic and classic car auction. People love old vintage cars for the sound or the look, but there’s another reason to love those auctioned in Naples. They will help raise funds for a good cause. Car collectors look under the hood, inside and all around. Everyone hopes to find the right ride to go back in time. Ric Struthers is one of those people. “I love car nostalgia and I remember when I had…

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Portugal could launch long-awaited lithium auction within two months

It is part of a plan to make Portugal Europe’s leading supplier of metal for electric car batteries, helping to meet an expected increase in global lithium demand. Portugal is already Europe’s largest lithium producer, but its miners sell almost exclusively to the ceramics industry and are only now gearing up to produce premium metal for batteries. The environment ministry said the environmental assessment conducted by the energy and geology agency analyzed eight lithium-rich areas in central and northern Portugal, concluding “there were conditions to advance in six of them”.…

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Take a look inside the long vacant apartment complex in the town of Wexford which has just sold for £552,000 at auction

After being vacant for more than 10 years, a small building on the corner of John’s Gate Street in Wexford has sold for £552,500 at auction. “John’s Court”, John Street went up for auction on Friday, attracting around 20 separate bids before the hammer finally fell to €57,500 above the initial guide price of €495,000. Consisting of four apartments, two of which are two bedrooms and two single beds, they were offered for sale as a single lot by Keane Auctioneers who described them as “an incredible investment opportunity” in…

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O’Connor: Rebuilding Forbes Avenue Bridge Could Take 2 Years, Over $10 Million

Emergency declarations from Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey and Governor Tom Wolf could help accelerate federal and state money to help pay for the cleanup and construction of the Forbes Avenue Bridge over Fern Hollow in Frick Park. How quickly the process will unfold is uncertain, but building a new bridge could take around two years and cost more than $10 million, said Councilman Corey O’Connor, who represents communities affected by the scourge. collapse of the bridge. “As far as funding goes, there’s the infrastructure bill at the federal level, but…

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How many 9 cool cars and best seller went for Friday at Barrett-Jackson

Staff reports | Arizona Republic A 1968 Ford Mustang Custom Fastback fetched $1 million and a first production 2022 Ford Shelby GT500KR went for $700,000 Friday at Barrett-Jackson. Both were auctioned off for charity. The Mustang was custom built and auctioned off to benefit the Stars Foundation, which is the Saskatchewan-based Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service that was instrumental in providing assistance during the 2018 tragedy in which 16 people died when the bus of a Canadian provincial hockey team crashed. Friday’s top non-charity sale was a 1956 Chevy Bel…

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Auction lot held for the ‘Believing in Girls’ gala

FORT MYERS, Florida. — The Pace Center for Girls will hold an auction for its “Believing in Girls” gala in February. Proceeds from the Fort Myers “Under the Stars” event will support Pace Lee programs and girls. the programs offer girls and young women the opportunity to have a better future through education, counselling, training and advocacy. The auction lot lot selection includes: A four-night trip to New York, staying in a private two-bedroom duplex in the heart of Manhattan with two round-trip tickets from any city. A private home…

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Developer buys Auburn Auction Park to create youth sports complex

Plans call for hotels, restaurants, retail in addition to sports fields and courts Job : January 25, 2022 / 10:08 a.m. EST / Update: January 25, 2022 / 10:13 a.m. EST AUBURN, Ind. (WANE) – Auburn’s auction park, which has hosted classic auto auctions that have drawn tens of thousands of car enthusiasts and bidders for decades, has sold out. JT Fisher Properties LLC has purchased the sprawling property off CR 11-A, just off Interstate 69, from auction company RM Sotheby’s, according to a KPC News report. The sale was…

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Bids and Bites returns to in-person format

The annual Bids and Bites auction will be held this month to benefit Vestavia Hills Elementary West. Returning to an in-person format after going virtual in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event will take place Feb. 4 at Hoover Country Club from 6-8 p.m. The event is in its 17th year and is one of the biggest fundraisers of the year for the school. Proceeds from the event benefit the school and its teachers, organizer Flynt Connor said. With money from previous events, Bids and Bites has been…

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Jones Hardware in Unicoi County is holding auctions for the community after the Tennessee Department of Transportation planned to take over part of its parking lot.

UNICOI COUNTY, Tenn. (WJHL) — On Saturday, a local hardware store that is closing its doors held an auction for the community. The community has shown its “overwhelming” support for a business that has been a staple in the community since 1959. Jones Hardware, located in Unicoi County, has been in business for more than six decades, but after receiving notice from the Tennessee Department of Transportation regarding plans to take part of its parking lot for an upcoming project, the hardware store will close. SEE ALSO: Jones Hardware closes…

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Front Range Art Guide January 21-27 – Boulder Daily Camera

Visitors are encouraged to call ahead before visiting area art galleries for holiday hours and COVID protocols. Block area 15th Street Gallery Featuring works by Boston artist Nancy Simonds and Denver artist Tony Ortega; open by appointment from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday to Saturday; 1708 15th St., Boulder; 303-447-2841; 15thstreetgalleryboulder.com Ana’s Art Gallery Art from local, African and Caribbean artists; 12pm-5pm Friday-Sunday; 958 Cherryvale Road, Boulder; 303-261-5936; anasartgallery.com Art and soul gallery Works by Colorado artist Mark Bueno are on display; 10am-5pm Monday to Saturday, 10am-4pm Sunday; 1615…

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