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Mark Zuckerberg’s baseball card up for auction

NEW YORK – September 20, 2022 – ( Newswire.com ) At a time when the market for sports collectibles is hotter than ever, and after the record sale of a Mickey Mantle card for an unprecedented $12.6 million, a new contender is walking the bat – Mark Zuckerberg ! ComicConnect is auctioning a unique, autographed Little League baseball card of Zuckerberg, which was made by the CEO of Facebook and Meta when he was a kid. Along with this unique item, ComicConnect will auction an NFT of the card, including…

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Kannapolis African American Museum Induction Ceremony Set for October 8 | Local News

STAFF REPORTS The Kannapolis African American Museum and Cultural Center will celebrate its ninth anniversary and Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Saturday, October 8, with the theme: “Celebrating the Birth of an Ongoing Harvest.” It will be an unforgettable night! KAA-MaCC and Friends will be celebrating an anniversary that commemorates its founding and provides an opportunity to recognize the distinguished contributions of natives of Cabarrus and Rowan counties, their supporters and partners. The Hall of Fame induction ceremony is essential to the collection and preservation of history. The Hall…

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Mark your calendars for “Soup, Salad and Shopping” fun in Cañon City – Canon City Daily Record

The Beta Zeta chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha in Cañon City once again presents its annual “Soup, Salad and Shopping” auction. The event will take place on October 1 at the United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 901 Main St. Doors will open at 11 a.m. with a $10 fee. As people gather and chat, an incredible variety of baked goods and goodies made by the Beta Zeta ladies will be available for purchase. The delicious soup and salad lunch will be served at 11:45 a.m. Nancy Trebella, Catering Manager for…

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Part of Cougar Island on Lake Payette sold by the State of Idaho

Part of Cougar Island was sold at auction, but the remaining parcels remained unsold. EAGLE, Idaho – There is a new partial owner of Cougar Island located on Lake Payette near McCall. The island is visible in a popular spot on the lake, with a family renting part of the property. The island is state-owned, but Idaho is looking to sell the land to maximize the financial return. On Wednesday afternoon, an auction was held in Eagle for lots from Cougar Island. People have signed up to bid on these…

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Lenders win 6 Atlanta office towers and a shopping center at auction

A commercial real estate finance firm representing investors who control a $115.3 million CMBS loan on six office towers and a shopping center part of Atlanta’s Peachtree Center won the portfolio at an auction with a credit offer of 127.5 million dollars. Situs AMC secured the property at the auction, which was held on the steps of the Fulton County Courthouse last week. The only bid outside the auction was a $1.5 million cash bid from a local investor, according to a report in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC). Miami-based Banyan…

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GoGoDiscover T.rex and mammoths at auction

Published: 06:30 September 11, 2022 It’s time to take home your very own piece of the GoGoDiscover trail at a charity auction! After 10 weeks of entertaining more than half a million people across the county, a total of 60 sculptures will go under the hammer. Taking place on Wednesday September 28, the auction will be held at Norwich Cathedral for the first time. Auctioneers Charles Hanson and Natasha Rashkin-Sharpe, of TV’s Bargain Hunt, Flog It! and antiques tour – Credit: Break Acclaimed auctioneers Charles Hanson and Natasha Rashkin-Sharpe, from…

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Magna Hoedown online auction benefits 30 community charities

The online auction has over 100 items available to bid on until September 10 The annual Magna Hoedown Silent Auction is now underway in support of the event’s 30 beneficiaries, including several organizations in Newmarket. The online auction, which runs until September 10, features more than 100 items for participants to bid on. As Magna said in a press release, “There’s something for everyone!” It’s all done online, so once you’ve browsed the available items, you fill in your contact details and credit card details to set your bid. “You’ll…

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Mattapoisett Boatyard plans to rebuild after devastating fire

MATTAPOISETT – When your 60-plus-year-old family business, comprising six buildings, 20 boats, some 40 cars and all the tools of the property, is destroyed in perhaps the biggest fire in the city’s history, you think it’s going to take a lot of planning to rebuild. But said Mattapoisett Shipyard owner David Kaiser, the close-knit brotherhood of MBY staffers is grateful there’s one thing they don’t have to plan: a funeral. “The fact that we’re not planning a funeral, the fact that nobody died – and we could be talking about…

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🎙 Thunder over the plains rumbles across Hays this month

File photo By JAMES BELLPost Hays On September 17, local car enthusiasts will once again gather in Hays for the Thunder on the Plains Car, Truck and Cycle Show. But the show will offer much more than just vehicles on display. In its seventh year, the event will host various family events, starting the day before the show. “We actually start Friday night,” organizer Jackie Lang said. “We have a cruise night, where we meet at 27 and Vine in the parking lot near the Convention and Visitors Bureau.” After…

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Local News | News, Sports, Jobs

Beat the Ross Library book sale rush with Preview Night LOCK HAVEN – It’s always wild on the first day of the Annie Halenbake Ross Library’s Annual Book Sale! Everyone is jostling for the best books and the lines are long. What if you could skip the busy first day of book sales and get access to the best materials first, before the rush? The library has introduced a new preview night. On Tuesday, September 13, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., you can shop to your heart’s…

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Last chance to see Elmer’s toy and car collection this weekend!

If you ever wanted to check Elmer’s Car and Toy Museum in Fountain City, Wisconsin, do it before Monday at 5 p.m., or you’ll miss it forever. That’s right, they are closing up shop and after 29 years of being open, Monday is their last day. Mecum Auctions screenshot – click for link.Mecum Auctions screenshot – click for link. Fountain City, Wisconsin you say? Yeah. Go to Winona, Minnesota, cross the river, turn left and travel approximately 7 miles along the Mississippi. You’ll get to Elmer’s… you’ll know when you…

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Welcome to THE COMMONS — News and Views from Windham County, Vermont

BRATTLEBORO – “Art is for everyone.” This is the credo of the In-Sight photography project, which invites the public to participate in its annual benefit auction and to celebrate In-Sight’s 30th anniversary. On Friday, September 2, from 5 to 8 p.m., during Gallery Walk, the annual In-Sight Photography Exhibition and Benefit Auction will open with a reception and gallery tour. In-Sight welcomes everyone to its home at 183 Main Street to view a curated selection of auction and student artwork. Founded in 1992, In-Sight Photography Project has always offered courses…

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Oklahoman Mickey Mantle baseball card sells for record price

NEW YORK (AP) — A mint condition Mickey Mantle baseball card sold for $12.6 million on Sunday, exploding into the record books as the highest paid sports memorabilia in a market that has grown exponentially. more profitable in recent years. The rare Mantle card eclipsed the record posted a few months ago – $9.3 million for the jersey worn by Diego Maradona when he scored the controversial ‘Hand of God’ goal in the 1986 FIFA World Cup. He easily topped $7.25 million for a Honus Wagner century-old baseball card recently…

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Christie’s to Auction Paul Allen Artwork Worth Over $1 Billion – NBC New York

Some 150 works of art from the collection of Microsoft co-founder Paul G. Allen will be auctioned at Christie’s in New York this fall and are expected to fetch more than $1 billion in total, Christie’s and Allen’s estate. The works to be auctioned cover 500 years of art history, from Old Masters to modern art giants, Christie’s said, adding that all proceeds will go to philanthropy. Allen, who co-founded Microsoft with childhood friend Bill Gates, died of complications from non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2018. In his lifetime, he gave more…

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Ag Inform – Machine Auction Prices Rise Again – Mix 94.7 KMCH

Since the fall of 2020, record after record has been set, and these high prices continue to soar through mid-2022. The sheer volume of record auction prices for used equipment in good condition has been nothing short of amazing. LET’S TALK TRACTORS An interesting segment is that of medium to high horsepower tractors. An example is John Deere Model 8235R. Check out these eye-opening facts about the 8235R: The five highest auction prices were all set within the last 16 months. The average auction price, $147,441, is up 54% from…

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Local HCE Plans Silent Auction for Payne County Fair | New

The Payne County Home and Community Education Group is planning a silent auction at the Mary Silvers Exhibit Building during the annual Payne County Free Fair. According to Treasurer LeeAnn Barton, there will be at least 25 items in the auction, including gift baskets, a refurbished vintage 1920s entryway table, OSU quilts, plants, baked goods and a basket of pickleball. The objects will be exhibited from Wednesday. Auctions start at 6 p.m. on Thursday and end at noon on Saturday, August 27. Winning bidders will be able to pick up…

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Is this Vermont ski area at auction worth reopening?

Have you ever wanted to own a lost ski area? Another New England ski area that closed in the 1980s is back on the market. Beginning September 8 at 4 p.m. EST, bidding will begin on snow valley, a lost ski area in Vermont. The mountain has a buy-it-now price of $3.65 million. Its reserve price is $2.05 million, which is the minimum bid you can make on the property at the start of the auction. A deposit of $100,000 is required to make an offer, and there is a…

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Shopping carts, bakery equipment among closed Blue Goose market items up for auction – Shaw Local

The contents of the now-closed Blue Goose Market in St. Charles are being auctioned off while the future of the property remains uncertain. Bakery and delicatessen equipment, frozen food doors as well as shopping carts and baskets are among the more than 1,100 individual items that are part of the auction. Blue Goose closed in March after more than 90 years in business. “We need to liquidate the equipment to do our best to take care of Blue Goose’s creditors, which is a normal process,” Blue Goose Market President and…

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Raise the Roofs Announces Sold-Out Sale; silent auction still in progress | Local News

Friends of Franklin Parks invited the community to join in “building the dream together,” and they responded — the 11th annual Raise the Roofs fundraiser, to be held at the park at Harlinsdale Farm on Saturday, sold out in record time. Organizers, sponsors, volunteers and table hosts are all focused on raising funds to build Ellie G’s Dream World, Franklin’s first inclusive playground. Presented by Wesley Mortgage, over 60 key community partners are committed to making Raise the Roofs a success. And while the main event is now sold out,…

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Look inside Dr. Seuss La Jolla, San Diego home for sale – NBC 7 San Diego

At the northern summit of Mount Soledad sits a sprawling property where some of the most iconic children’s literature has come to life. Theodor “Dr. Seuss” Geisel lived in the La Jolla home from 1948 until his death in 1991 and it is now up for auction for the first time in over 70 years by its current owners UC San Diego, who was gifted the property when Geisel’s wife Audrey died in 2018. Audrey Geisel remodeled the house after her death, it still has touches inspired by the author.…

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Stroller Museum Closes, Items Will Be Auctioned Online | New

JEFFERSON – The love of dolls and prams has been a major passion for two local sisters for over 35 years. Janet Pallo and her sister Judith Kaminski opened the Perambulator Museum in Jefferson in 1987 to share their collection with the world, but determined there was a lack of local support and closed the museum. Pallo and Kaminski said it was a difficult decision, but they are pleased with Andrew Richmond’s work in preparing the items to sell in the online auction starting September 21. Richmond of The Ohio…

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Lake Charles’ Got Talent: Today’s event pairs local celebrities with Barbe Bluebelles – Reuters

Lake Charles’ Got Talent: Today’s event pairs local celebrities with Barbe Bluebelles Posted at 11:01 a.m. on Saturday, August 13, 2022 Proceeds from last year’s fundraiser allowed the Barbe Bluebelles, above, to compete on a level playing field with other dance teams nationally. (Special for the American press) The original “Lake Charles’ Got Talent” event is back for the second year. The fun community fundraiser puts ten teams on stage at the Burton Coliseum to compete for votes on Saturday, August 13 starting at 6 p.m. The teams are made…

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Lancaster County Public Sales: August 12, 2022 | Local company

Beiler-Campbell Auction Services, of Quarryville, held a public real estate sale Aug. 2 for Daniel and Barbie King at 5828 Old Philadelphia Pike, Gap. A four-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom home on 2.59 acres sold for $815,000 to Levi and Rebecca Stoltzfus of Paradise. Kline, Kreider & Good Auctioneers, of Bowmansville, held a public real estate sale on August 2 for Lonny C. and Dixie L. Horst at 2672 Meadow View Road, Manheim. A home and two-car garage on 5.1 acres was sold for $725,000 to Elam Beiler of Ephrata. Kline, Kreider &…

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Fun-filled Herald Day, memory of a local firefighter | New

In a celebration of community, Herald Day brought locals together with a car show, auction, games, unique crafts and the traditional parade. The August 6 event also paid tribute to the late Herald firefighter Joe Grubba. “The community is what makes it special,” said Robin DeFehr, president of the Herald Community Club, which organizes the annual event. The festivities kicked off with the parade, which traveled down Herald and Ivie Roads. Area organizations and residents waved to the throngs of spectators from their decorated vehicles, and some handed out candy…

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Old Lyme shopping center goes to online auction

Old Lyme – The online auction of a shopping center on Halls Road later this month is being met with optimism by some business owners. Built in 1964, the Old Lyme shopping center is home to a variety of businesses including Andy’s Deli and Market, The Hideaway Restaurant and Pub and the Hair Trendz salon. The auction, scheduled for August 23-25, will take place hosted by Ten-X online real estate exchange on behalf of NorthEast Private Client Group of Shelton, representing the current owner. The starting offer on the property,…

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USApple NextGen Silent Auction to Benefit Apples4Ed Bid Now on a Variety of Items and Experiences

Falls Church, Va. – US Apple Association NextGen Fellows today launched a silent auction to benefit USApple’s school nutrition grant program, Apples4Ed. The silent auction, open to all, is at: https://secure.qgiv.com/event/usappleauction/items/ or through the Givi App on mobile devices (you must first register on the auction site). The auction runs through August 18, with 100% of proceeds going to Apples4Ed School Grants. There are a variety of everyday and unique items and experiences to bid on in all price ranges, from golf ball bundles to coolers, from fishing trips to…

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Classic Canberra house in Ainslie up for auction

Nestled in the heritage neighborhood of Wakefield Gardens, this Ainslie abode is set on a large 1038m² block with mature trees and oozing potential and classic Canberra charm. Agents Stephen Bunday and Nic Salter-Harding’s favorite part of the property is the paved rear area, where they imagine spending long afternoons surrounded by deciduous trees that are sunny in the winter and shady in the summer. “What’s not to like about 1 Stephen Street? This part of Ainslie is only a short walk to local shops, Edgar’s Inn and a number…

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Local dairy farmer doubles target price at auction for £1m purchase of North Wexford farm

HAVING originally set a guide price of around €6,000 per acre, auctioneer David Quinn predicted that an 81-acre farm in Ballykility Lower, Inch, Gorey, would have no problem breaking the €500,000 mark when it went under the hammer recently. How right he was. By the time bidding ceased, the land had managed to raise an impressive €1,020,000. The land is located near the Wexford/Wicklow border, a short distance from the R772, 1km from Scarnagh Junction, 2km from Coolgreaney, 4km from Castletown and 6km from Arklow. Describing it as “one of…

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Make-A-Wish Jeep is auctioned during Reno’s Hot August Nights

Jasper Halford started the ultimate pandemic project at the age of 16: he wanted to build a car from scratch. Now, more than two years later, he’s auctioning off a light blue 1984 Jeep CJ7 at Hot August Nights in Reno, and he’s going to donate the proceeds to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Halford’s “Wish Jeep,” as he and his sponsors call it, was originally a personal project. He restored his own CJ7 as a freshman in high school, and when the pandemic started he still had the shell of a…

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The 77th Eddy County Fair ends Saturday with a livestock auction

The 77e edition of the Eddy County Fair ended Saturday at Artesia at the Eddy County Fairgrounds with the Junior Cattle Auction. Nearly 138 children from 4-H and Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapters in the northern and southern portions of Eddy County participated in Saturday’s auction. The fair officially kicked off on July 26 with a parade at the Bulldog Bowl parking lot and a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the exhibit building. Registrations for the show were submitted on July 23 and 25. After:Eddy County Salutes New Cooperative Extension Service…

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AAUW Garden Party and Silent Auction | South of Lake Tahoe

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is hosting a Garden Party fundraiser on Sunday, August 28 from 3-5:30 p.m. Admire the works of local artists and hear beautiful music while supporting scholarships and fellowships. studies, all at a beautiful house by the lake. Local artists Kelley Werner, Bill Evans and Liz Paganelli will be featured, as will Incline High School student Addy LaForge. Listen to the music of concert pianist Donna Axton who performs locally as a soloist as well as with TOCCATA. Enjoy a glass of wine and…

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Oakland County’s online property tax garnishment underway – Daily Tribune

Oakland County’s annual tax foreclosure sale has gone high-tech. For the first time, bidders can review vacant county land, private homes and commercial properties being sold for back taxes and submit their online offers. county treasurer Robert Wittenberg said the county moved to online auctions for several reasons. The auctioneer the county had traditionally used had retired, and the physical auction site it needed had been sold to United Wholesale Mortgage. Going online increases post-pandemic safety, makes auctions more accessible to more people and is more transparent, he said. From…

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Arlington International Racetrack to Host Auction Series – NBC Chicago

Looking to preserve a piece of Arlington International Racetrack? Gear, nostalgia, artwork and more will be offered to the public through a series of upcoming auctions. Soda dispensers, crates of sugar packs and refrigerators are among the first items up for auction, as the racetrack seeks to liquidate its assets after its September 2021 closure that ended its nearly 100-year run ‘activity. More than 600 lots of catering equipment once used by parc fermé will be available online from August 2, according to Grafe Auction, the company leading the sales.…

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Oil Permits Auctioned in Congo’s Virunga Park, Endangering Endangered Gorillas

By Saskya Vandoorne and Tina Burnside, CNN Despite growing calls from climate change activists, the Democratic Republic of Congo says it is moving forward with its plans to auction off a large majority of oil and gas drilling blocks located in the rainforest and the country peatlands. In a statement, the Ministry of Hydrocarbons said 27 blocks of oil and 3 blocks of gas would be auctioned, an increase from the 16 blocks the country initially committed to in May. The blocks include areas that reach into Virunga National Park,…

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India’s 5G auction kicks off today. These are the companies in the race

The number of 5G subscribers in India is expected to reach 500 million by 2027, according to a report. Mobile phones in the vast country have become almost indispensable even among rural Indians, with a farmer here seen taking a selfie during a 2019 stock photo protest. Vishal Bhatnagar | AFP | Getty Images India’s 5G auction kicks off on Tuesday and four local companies will race to bid for the country’s first 5G spectrum ahead of a deployment planned for 2023. Bidders will include the three major mobile operators…

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Group fundraising for local woman after unexpected diagnosis

IDAHO FALLS — A local business owner’s unexpected diagnosis prompted a group of women to organize a fundraiser in her name. Flaminia Assirelli, a 50-year-old Italian immigrant who opened authentic Italian restaurant Mama Fla in Idaho Falls last fall, was diagnosed with breast cancer in April. RELATED | Discover the sights, sounds and flavors of Italy at Mama Fla in Idaho Falls In a chat with EastIdahoNews.com, her husband, Marco, explains that his wife is preparing for a mastectomy next month after having a mass removed in May and months…

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Fundraisers Planned for Wichita Cop Battling Cancer

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) – A local nonprofit is supporting a Wichita police officer after he was diagnosed with cancer. Officer Daniel Gumm, an 18-year veteran and K-9 handler, was diagnosed with metastatic esophageal cancer which has now spread to his liver. In 2017, he lost his K-9 partner “Rooster” while trying to arrest a suspect. Now, the Honoré Adversis Foundation is now organizing a series of fundraisers to benefit Officer Gumm and his family. They understand: A fundraiser for #294STRONG t-shirts: Fundraising began on July 20, 2022. His eldest daughter…

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Sotheby’s will hold an auction in Singapore for the first time in 15 years as the art industry seeks to cultivate a new Asian clientele

Sotheby’s plans to hold a live auction in Singapore for the first time in 15 years as part of a series of new moves in Asia. The efforts are designed to capitalize on the meteoric growth of local collections and to diversify its business beyond Hong Kong and mainland China as the region becomes increasingly fragmented. Sotheby’s Modern and Contemporary Art Sale in Singapore will take place on August 28 at the Regent Hotel following a preview exhibition from August 25-27. The size and total value of the sale is…

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The Fair will present a baking competition and an auction | Local News

The King Arthur Baking Company Baking Competition is a great way for exhibitors to show off their baking skills, trying their hand at the elusive first place ribbon and special prizes. But did you know it’s also a great way to support the work of the Miami County Fair Association? After the pie judging is complete, all pies are auctioned off to the highest bidder, with proceeds going to the Miami County Fair Association to help with fair improvements. Calling all bakers and bidders! Mark your calendars for the King…

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Annual Dinner and Auction to Benefit St. Francis House

SIOUX FALLS, SD (KELO) – St. Francis House plays an important role in the community, helping people move from homelessness to hope. On average, the association helps between 450 and 550 people per year. Todd Hastings has been a guest at St. Francis House for nearly a year. Since he’s been here, his life has changed dramatically. “I’m doing great, I’m so happy to be here, my depression is down, I’m happy, smiling, sober and I don’t really want to leave,” said guest Todd Hastings. A look at KELOLAND: Baling…

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Diamond Point Community Church Hosts Taste of Diamond Point Fundraiser

Canoe Island Lodge Chicken Nuggets, Lizzie Keyes Stuffed Mushrooms and Lone Bull Pancake House Sausage Sauce on Cookies are just a few of the dishes guests can enjoy at 14e Taste of Diamond Point, a fundraiser for the Diamond Point Community Churchheld on Saturday July 16. Church administrator Chris McKenna says they used to hold an annual garage sale of donated goods, but often ended up with little money and lots of unsold goods that they then had to throw away. The trustees decided there had to be a better…

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Heritage Days kick off in Waterford

All the family fun returns to Waterford Heritage Days, including great food, vendors and even horseback riding. “I love the people, I love the fact that I can see my friends. Everyone is here and every year I see pretty much everyone I know,” said Erie resident Mary Gertz. There are some artistic novelties on the occasion of Heritage Days. One is the “Waterford Auction Pallets”. This is a summer art tour where palettes are painted by local artists and displayed in front of a number of businesses across Waterford.…

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Falkirk Enterprise: Former M&S High Street property up for auction

The building that housed Marks & Spencer for almost 80 years before it closed in August 2018 went under the hammer on Tuesday. The property at 59-63 High Street, which also has rear access to Howgate Centre, was only purchased earlier this year by Falkirk businessman Douglas Hannigan. It was listed by Acuitus for an online auction on Tuesday with a starting price of £300,000. Register to our daily newsletter The Falkirk Herald Today The unit was last used by M&S in August 2018 and is now an events and…

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La Cuisine du Peuple fights to save community gardens

Abandoned land in Southwest Philadelphia, where chiefs and community members grow produce to feed neighbors, is at risk of being auctioned off at a sheriff’s sale next month. Driving the news: The People’s Kitchenwho sanitized and transformed 30 lots in the city into community gardens, flyers found on the fences outside some of their garden beds several weeks ago, informing them of a sheriff’s sale. The organization is currently fundraising and working with the town and councilor Kendra Brooks to keep the land under community control. Why is this important:…

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4-H member sets fair record with sale | News, Sports, Jobs

Esther McCoy RECORD SALE — Brody Yeager of the Cadiz Ranchers 4-H set a Harrison County Fair record with his 74-pound market goat that fetched $4,000 at the Junior Cattle Sale. CADIZ – The June 17 Harrison County Junior Fair livestock sale concluded with more than 375 individual or penned animal sales and 16 dairy baskets from young 4-H participants. “There was exceptional work put into the livestock and poultry,” said Billy Birney, one of three family members who worked to get good prices for poultry,…

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Laredo Chamber of Commerce closes before moving and holds auction

The Laredo Chamber of Commerce held an event Friday known as Lights, Camera, Auction! giving residents the opportunity to purchase historic and traditional items in their office as they continue the process of moving into their new locations by the end of the month. Based at 2310 San Bernardo Avenue since 1974, the Laredo Chamber has stood up for the local business community for more than a century by opening its doors one last time to the general public on Friday. “We hosted a community event and wanted to make…

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Private libraries of local historians put up for auction

Published: Fri 8 Jul 2022, 03:11 The private libraries of two local historians – the late Jim Gammons of Virginia and Margaret Conway of Kildalkey will be auctioned on Monday. Oliver Usher is offering both collections in an online auction starting at 11 a.m. The lots feature an extensive collection of literature including maps, art, travel, gardening, cooking, rail, aviation, music, literature, poetry, ornithology, trees and botany and the Irish language. There are rare and collector’s editions by Mary Lavin, Seamus Heaney, Thomas Kinsella, Derbhla Murphy, Thomas Packenham, Wendy Walsh,…

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Love Island outfits worn by islanders up for sale in eBay charity auction – Shop the looks

eBay gives shoppers the chance to get their hands on some of the items worn by this year’s Islanders on the ITV dating show the island of love. These series is the eighth in the show and the first time a beloved fashion retailer has provided clothing to those who The villa. fans of the show were able to buy outfits similar to what the islanders wore, but they can now buy the exact pieces at an auction. eBay launches auction to sell Love Island clothes worn by islanders on…

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Cops seize suspect’s corvette, wrap it in police decals – Troll Job

A Chevrolet Corvette Z06 is a highly desirable sports car, with its sleek design, powerful engine and quick acceleration. The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office in Florida thinks so too. He recently seized a 2017 Chevy Corvette Z06 from a crime suspect. And in a major troll job, the cops kept it to themselves and wrapped it in police decals. Escambia County Sheriff’s Office shows off their Corvette acquisition 2017 Chevy Corvette Z06 wrapped in police stickers | Escambia County Sheriff’s Office The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office isn’t shy about showing…

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Lost items are returned to the Medal of Honor recipient’s family

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. – An American Legion post got a surprise when a man dropped off the belongings of a Medal of Honor recipient. It all happened when the man found these items in a storage shed which he won at auction. The post now has a mission to reunite assets with the veteran’s family. “They say Superman and Batman are superheroes, no. This gentleman was a superhero.” Inside American Legion Post 110, war stories from all walks of life are shared. But one story is getting a little more…

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Former Macomb County prosecutor heads to federal prison

Morning 4 is a brief roundup of the stories we think you should know to start your day. So, on to the news. Former Macomb County prosecutor Eric Smith surrendered to federal prison Former Macomb County District Attorney Eric Smith was sentenced to 21 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to obstruction of justice as part of a corruption scandal and investigation. He officially reported to jail as required on Thursday. He is being held in federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana. Keep reading here. Worse Than Poison Ivy:…

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Weekend Art Events in San Diego: OMA Auction, ‘Sauced’, Lora Mathis, ‘Black Panther’ and More

2022 Art Auction Preview Exhibition visual artThe annual Oceanside Museum of Art (OMA) Art Auction is currently underway, with a corresponding online bidding period and in-person viewing of all artwork. There are plenty: 78 works by 72 artists from the region ranging from Los Angeles to Tijuana. The the online exhibition is currently open for auction until August 1, 2022, and you can browse the artworks on the auction portal. This does not replace seeing them at the exhibit in person, which is viewable to the public until July 31.…

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Two rare studies of “The Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci will be auctioned

Jacqui Palumbo, CNN Two chalk and pastel studies of Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘The Last Supper’ that once belonged to a 19th-century Dutch king will go up for auction next month. The head portraits of St John the Evangelist and St James, each seated to the left of Jesus Christ in the famous Milan fresco, are part of a Sotheby’s London sale July 6 dedicated to masterpieces on paper. Attributed to Leonardo’s assistant, Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio, each 25 x 18.5 inch drawing, designed to be life-size of the figures in the…

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Clarksville Academy names Matt Hoppe new athletic director and men’s basketball coach

CLARKSVILLE, TN (NOW CLARKSVILLE) – Clarksville Academy announced on Monday the hiring of Matt Hoppe as the school’s new athletic director and men’s basketball coach. Hoppe comes into the role with over 25 years of coaching experience. Most recently, he coached the Brentwood Academy men’s basketball team. According to Clarksville Academy, Hoppe compiled a 70-12 record over a three-year span. He had quite a bit of success during his time in Brentwood. This includes accomplishments such as a second-place state finish, a final four, a quarterfinal appearance, two D-II AA…

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380 Auction continues to bet on low prices, good quality, a variety of products and a family touch

Jim Beacom III believes the secret to retail success is keeping prices low and customer service high. The third-generation businessman said that was the credo of the family business, 380 Auction and Discounts Warehousealong Fairview Drive in Murrysville. “You keep prices as low as possible (and) you work hard,” said Beacom, 44, of Frazer. “In the end, you let the tokens fall where they are. Always be on God’s good side. Lay your head at night knowing that you have done well with your fellow man and have no worries…

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Anime Expo returns to the Los Angeles Convention Center – NBC Los Angeles

From July 1 to 4, 2022 Los Angeles Convention Center at DTLA One-day admission $80 (Friday, Saturday and Sunday), one-day admission $50 (Monday) There’s a reason anime fans love the remarkable cosplay-tacular that comes to downtown Los Angeles every July: Anime Fair is known as the “largest Japanese popular culture event in North America”. That means a lot to enjoy, see, try and savor during the four days of celebration that unfold in awe-inspiring fashion around the Los Angeles Convention Center. In fact, there’s “(s)too much to do, you’ll need…

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The 277-acre Hawk Ridge Ranch in Colorado, conveyed with water rights, will be auctioned via Sotheby’s Concierge Auctions & Compass

Set against the Colorado Mountains, the property features 3 separate residences, senior water rights, development potential, and more. The 277 acres are extraordinary, with three move-in ready residences, unparalleled mountain vistas and extensive water rights. — Steven Shane, listing agent NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, June 23, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Set amid vast Colorado pastoral countryside on an incredible 277 acres, Hawk Ridge Ranch will be auctioned next month via Sotheby’s Concierge Auctions, in cooperation with top listing agent Steven Shane of Compass Colorado. Listed for $21.5 million, the property…

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Iconic beef from Anthony’s restaurant auctioned off; profits will go to charity | Omaha dinners

In the late 1960s, a guy was driving across country to deliver a massive beef statue to a buyer out west. About the time he arrived in Omaha, he learned that the deal to sell him had gone sour. Being a quick thinker, he stopped at a local restaurant known for its beef and found another buyer. And the 14-foot-long steer has been living at Anthony’s Steakhouse ever since. “It was quite a marketing tool,” said Tony Fucinaro Jr., whose father bought the statue. “It was on a trailer and…

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Russian journalist sells Nobel Prize for Ukrainian children

NEW YORK (AP) — What is the price of peace? That question may find a partial answer on Monday night when Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov auctions off his Nobel Peace Prize medal. Proceeds will go directly to UNICEF in its efforts to help children displaced by war in Ukraine. Muratov, who received the gold medal in October 2021, helped found the independent Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta and was the publication’s editor when it closed in March amid the Kremlin’s crackdown on journalists and of public dissent following the Russian invasion…

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Ramaphosa Excludes Media From Phala Phala Farm ‘Crime Scene’

There was a heavy police presence on Saturday outside President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Phala Phala farm, where some of his cattle were up for auction. Uniformed and plainclothes police were stationed outside the farmhouse while the auction proceeded inside. The media were prevented from covering the event and journalists were ordered by the police to stay away from the gate of the farm. Police said the farm was Ramaphosa’s private residence and no journalists were allowed entry. There was also no cell phone signal outside the farm. Inside the farm, however,…

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Classic Mustang sacks $442,000 at Kearney muscle car auction | Local News

KEARNEY — The bright blue Ford Mustang on LeRoy Johnson’s trailer has been gathering dust in a shed near Sumner for nearly 50 years. Thursday afternoon, as Johnson and his wife, Amy, of Nelson prepared to drive away from the Buffalo County Fairgrounds, they were ready to blow off the rest of the dust. The Johnsons had just purchased the 1970 Mustang 429 Boss. At $442,000, the Mustang was the top seller at an auction that included 17 rare and powerful cars from Sumner’s late “Butch” Siebenauler collection. He had…

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Penticton Art Gallery’s 45th Annual Live Auction Happens June 25 – Summerland Review

For the first time since 2019, the Penticton Art Gallery is opening its doors for a live, in-person event. The gallery’s 45th annual auction will take place on June 25, with a flight-worn spacesuit and an array of local paintings among the items on display at this year’s gathering. It’s not just an ordinary auction, however. The gallery is marking the occasion with a special draw that will see a flight voucher for two to any WestJet location given to a randomly selected donor. “We wanted to incorporate a little…

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Webb’s Auction House launches its new Wellington Gallery with a gigantic exhibition of local art

The capital has no shortage of stunning art spaces and galleries, but a new addition to the range has opened its doors to the public with a superb collection of local works, all set to go under the hammer this month. next. Webb’s has established itself as one of the country’s leading auction houses in recent years – it specializes in everything from jewelry, cars, fine wines and whiskeys, and of course, art. The company’s artistic interests led to the recent opening of its own (no pun intended) state-of-the-art gallery…

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Habitat for Humanity’s #BidtoBuild online auction returns for third year – Campbell River Mirror

By Cady Corman Special for the black press Habitat for Humanity Vancouver Island North (Habitat VIN) is hosting its third annual Bid to Build online auction to raise funds to build safe and affordable homes with local families. From June 16-26, virtual auctions will be open for over 200 items, gift cards, experiences and getaways donated by local businesses and professionals. Proceeds will support Habitat VIN’s current 12-home project at 1375 Piercy Ave. in Courtenay, initial development costs for their next project at 461 Hilchey Rd. in Campbell River and…

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Moonee Ponds home sells for $1.54m after auction as rising rates cause concern

One of the biggest results of the long weekend was on the Mornington Peninsula, where a four-bedroom home sold under the hammer for $4.55 million, $1.05 million above of the reserve. Three bidders competed for the property at 69 Bass Street, Flinderswhich overlooks Flinders Golf Course. The auction opened with a seller’s offer at the reserve price of $3.5 million, which was followed by a strong bid, said Ruth Williams, sales agent for Kay & Burton Flinders. “It was a hotly contested auction with three enthusiastic bidders and 120 people…

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Mr Juneteenth from last year says he hopes to help children in the future

MILWAUKEE — Even before he graduated from high school, Jonah Dixon had already made some impressive accomplishments. “I was a tri-sport athlete, but I also have a very strong public speaking strength, where I was able to learn how to express myself in different areas of life,” he says. Last year, Jonah capped off his high school career with another achievement – being crowned Mr. Juneteenth. “This competition is all about expressing yourself and your talents,” says Jonah. Part of his earnings included a college scholarship. “College is tough on…

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An ‘unburnable’ copy of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ could fetch $100,000 at auction

Megan C. Hills Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” has often sparked controversy, facing book bans in the decades since its release in 1985. Now, as part of awareness raising efforts around increase in censorship and a resurgence of book banning efforts in American schools, Atwood and publisher Penguin Random House released a single “unburnable” copy of the seminal novel, a dystopian tale about a theocracy that forces fertile women to have children for the privileged. And it was tested by Atwood with a real flamethrower. “Never thought I would try…

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Several objects put under the hammer during a police auction

The South African Gqeberha Police Service will be hosting a Police Auction on Tuesday 14th June 2022 where a variety of items will go under the hammer. The South African Gqeberha Police Service will be hosting a Police Auction on Tuesday 14th June 2022 where a variety of items will go under the hammer. The viewing will take place on Monday June 13 between 09:00 and 14:00 at the Southdene Auction Center at Forest Hill Drive (behind the airport). All potential buyers must register on the viewing date. Proof of…

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Longmont partners to host fundraising tag art exhibit on June 11

Longmont partners come together to host a tag show to raise money for local nonprofits. The art exhibit, featuring artwork made from labels, will take place from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, June 11 at the Left Hand Brewing beer garden, 1245 Boston Ave. There will be live music from the bands Cat Jerky and Parchment Doll, and an art auction. According to a press release from the Left Hand Artist Group, proceeds from the event will benefit Homeless Outreach Providement Encouragement, the Longmont Community Foundation and the…

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Anchor Cross Cancer Foundation Hosts 3rd Annual Masquerade Ball

The following information was provided by Anchor Cross Foundation: The Anchor Cross Cancer Foundation (ACCF) is proud to present its 3rd Annual Masquerade Ball at the Daphne Civic Center on the evening of Saturday, June 11. Patients and supporters from across the Gulf Coast are invited to help us “hide” cancer for one night during this fundraising event as we celebrate local cancer survivors and those still battling. Attendees will enjoy modern Eldorado music and dinner from Guidos Restaurant, as well as plenty of beverages and spirits, including specialty drinks…

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AES Ohio Provisioning Fees Will Increase Starting This Month; How to save money – WHIO TV 7 and WHIO Radio

MIAMI VALLEY – As we begin a new month, new charges will appear on your AES electricity bill. These changes may mean that more money will be withdrawn from your wallet each month. AES said its rates, along with the rates of other state utilities, are set at an auction overseen by the Ohio Public Utilities Commission. The auction decides whether electricity prices increase or decrease. At the last auction, which took place at the end of April, due to market pressures, AES rates were raised to an additional 6…

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The public can learn more and comment on offshore wind power leases in a virtual meeting on Thursday | Local News

On the heels of the Biden administration’s announcement of lease terms for the offshore wind energy project last week, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management said a virtual meeting would be held on Thursday to discuss the next steps in the process. rent. In addition to notice of a proposed offshore wind lease auction in the fall, members of California’s Intergovernmental Renewable Energy Task Force will hear an update on offshore wind planning and engagement activities , said a BOEM spokesperson. Biden’s notice of a proposed sale was to be…

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11 Must-See Events in Waterloo Region This Week (May 30-June 3)

Glencairn Pickleball – Mondays All Levels Adult walk-in pickleball for beginners – more targeting more experienced players. Three courts allow for minimum waiting time between games. See all level games on Mondays and Fridays Contact Harry Chin for newsletter and cancellations Location and venue: 725 Erinbrook Dr., Kitchener, ON, N2E 3E3 (Glencairn Mennonite Brethren Church) Date and time of the event: Monday, May 30, 2022 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Spectators: Adults Price: Free More details Opening of the Preston bowling alleys Lawn bowling season 107 will begin on Monday.…

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EDUCATION – Manhattan Beach Live Wine Auction Returns

by Mark McDermott The Manhattan Wine Auction will bring the community together to celebrate and support local education live and in person for the first time since 2019. The wine auction, organized by the Manhattan Beach Education Foundation and hosted by the Manhattan Country Club, had become perhaps the community’s flagship event before the pandemic and in the process raised millions of dollars for the Manhattan Beach Unified Schools. MBEF has stuck to online events for the past two years, but neither the community involvement nor the excitement could match…

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Art, films at the gala to support Ukraine | News, Sports, Jobs

Some of the art that will be auctioned off at a benefit event for Ukraine tonight is seen at the Rozsa Center. (Photo provided by Adelina Oronova) HOUGHTON – A night of art and film will raise funds that will provide direct aid to Ukrainians. Yoopers For Ukraine is hosting a gala from 5:30 p.m. today at the Rozsa Center. The event will include screenings of documentaries about Ukraine, as well as an auction of Ukrainian-themed artwork donated by local and European artists. “So many people…

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Judy Garland ‘Wizard of Oz’ dress auction suspended due to ownership disputes

The dramatic story of an iconic ‘Wizard of Oz’ movie costume thought lost for decades got another twist on Monday, when a judge blocked its scheduled auction, TODAY reported via the Associated Press. One of the blue and white checkered gingham dresses Judy Garland wore in 1939 for her role as Dorothy was to be part of an auction of Hollywood memorabilia in Los Angeles on Tuesday, offered for sale by the Catholic University of America. The dress was rediscovered at school last year in a shoebox when preparing for…

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GABELL | Cows build cities | Opinion

Rachel Gabel Liz_Hergert In the town of Brush, Livestock Exchange is one of the local auction markets, and on Thursdays it hops. Trailers and racks fill the parking lot, and a chain of saddled horses stands ready behind the building, herding cattle to and from the ring as a voice over a loudspeaker gives the word. The girls at Drovers Café pour iced tea and Dr. Pepper from the full barrel, and the special is plated and served quickly so bidders, buyers and sellers can get back to the action.…

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Rare 1939 Detective Comics Issue That Introduced Batman Nears Record $1.5 Million As Auction Ends | News

“This item is considered one of the holy grails of comic books,” Goldin Auctions said. Courtesy of Goldin (CNN) — A rare copy of Detective Comics #27 — the issue that introduced Batman to the world in 1939 — is expected to fetch more than $1 million at auction this weekend and could flirt with a record for this edition. The copy, auctioned for more than two weeks in the United States Goldin Auctionshad a $1.2 million bid early Saturday afternoon, with bidding set to end at 10 p.m. ET.…

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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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