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Organizers of the annual Greensboro Furniture Auction boast: Best. Selection. Never. | Local

NANCY McLAUGHLIN GREENSBORO — It’s a favorite time of year for bargain hunters and those hiding behind the scenes, as the non-profit Barnabas Network unveils another home furnishings auction. Workers are still opening boxes as they prepare for an online auction that includes leather sofas, lounge chairs and outdoor cooktops. Clubs often bring “ahhs” and squeals of delight. “I took a picture of it this morning,” an excited Judy Caldwell said of a mirrored chest of drawers. Already unpacked is a sea of ​​patio furniture. The Barnabas network began when…

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Help Ukraine: CHRISTUS accepts donations to help in Kharkiv, Ukraine

Sulfur Springs, Texas, March 14, 2022 – CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulfur Springs has ONE mission: to extend the health ministry of Jesus Christ. By Holly Ragan, Senior Market Development, CHRISTUS® Mother Frances Hospital – Winnsboro| Sulfur Springs, [email protected] Help Ukraine In light of the news of the attacks on Ukraine, we would like to extend the opportunity to help the community of Kharkiv (a city in northeastern Ukraine). One of the hospital associates has a spouse who is from this town and his family is still there. The…

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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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The Rocky River Police Auction has an interesting range of items

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – The Rocky River Police Department held a public auction Saturday, March 5 at one of the new police department’s vehicle garages on Hilliard Road. If you’ve never been to a police auction, you might be quite surprised by the range of items – and even more surprised by the low prices. All items were “viewable” for one hour prior to the start of the auction and all items were sold “as is”. Approximately 40-50 people attended the auction and had the opportunity to purchase a wide…

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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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Planning Quotas for Sound Beginnings Social | Community

Quota of Indiana, Pa. Inc. is actively planning its annual Sound Beginnings Social event from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on March 10 at the Fraternal Order of Eagles, 420 Philadelphia St. The event will benefit local community service initiatives supported by Quota. In its 66 years as an organization, Quota of Indiana has raised thousands of dollars to support local organizations that focus on creating good beginnings in our community for women, children, and deaf, hearing and speech impairments. Tickets to the event are $25 per person and include light hors d’oeuvres…

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THE SUPER JAKE FOUNDATION’S ANNUAL SUPER JAKE RED CAPE GALA RAISES OVER $400,000 FOR CHILDREN WITH CANCER

CHICAGO, March 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Super Jake Foundation, a volunteer-driven 501c3 charity fighting a rare form of childhood cancer called neuroblastoma, today announced its annual fundraiser, the Super Jake Red Carpet Gala, meeting at Classes $400,000 for children with cancer. At Saturday February 12at the Ravinia Ballroom at the Westin in Wheeling, Ill.the event featured a live auction and over 200 silent auction items. The Super Jake Foundation was established in 2005 by the parents and close friends of (Super) Jake Robert Widman. Jake lost his battle with…

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Fur Rondy events abound with more to come

By Emilie Mesner Update: 45 a few minutes ago Published: 45 a few minutes ago Richard Jackson and Gail Banbury wait for their food during the Fur Rondy celebrations in downtown Anchorage on Saturday, February 26, 2022. The pair wear furs of all types, including wolf, raccoon, skunk, otter of river, the lynx and the fox. (Emily Mesner/DNA) Snow sculptures take shape, funnel cakes are devoured, furs are auctioned by the minute: Fourrure Rondy is officially in full swing. “It’s a fun time to socialize,” said Richard Jackson as he…

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The local library auctions off additional items

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEHT) – A local library is auctioning off items for the public to take home. The Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library Foundation is auctioning additional office furniture, equipment and supplies through Curran Miller Auction/Realty, Inc. Auction items can be viewed online or during an in-person visit March 5 at the Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library (EVPL) from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. More details about the auction may be found online. The Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library Foundation is a 501(c)3 facility that supports the EVPL. The members of the foundation…

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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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🌱 Pope Appoints Atlanta Priest + $1.5M Reward For Fake ATL Arrest

Hey, Atlanta! Let’s kick off this Wednesday with everything you need to know about Atlanta today. First, today’s weather forecast: A few morning showers. High: 70 Low: 56. One of the easiest ways to connect with local customers and keeping in mind in town is to sponsor the Atlanta Daily. Click here to find out more. Here are today’s top 5 stories in Atlanta: Pope Francis has appointed an Atlanta priest, Jacques E. Fabre, as bishop-elect of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston, following the resignation of Bishop Robert E.…

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Customers select goods at Marietta’s auction | News, Sports, Jobs

Auctioneer Craig Worstell with Beardsley Auction Service of Lowell works to sell a table of merchandise provided by John Weddle during the annual Pickers Auction at the Washington County Fairgrounds on Sunday. (Photo by Candice Black) From left, Ryan Beardsley, Ethan Wiley and Craig Worstell with Beardsley Auction Service accept bids for items at the Pickers Auction at the Washington County Fairgrounds Sunday afternoon. (Photo by Candice Black) Cory and Emma Rush traveled from Zanesville to attend Pickers’ annual auction in Marietta on Sunday afternoon. (Photo…

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Crushed Grapes Wine Tasting Event Raises Money for Pittsburgh’s Sisters Place

Sisters Place helped a teenager and his family find accommodation after a fire so he could focus on his studies. Sisters Place welcomed a homeless mother and her children to provide them with food, shelter and love. Sisters Place became a place of refuge for a mother and her children fleeing domestic violence. “I grew up with a single dad and sometimes we needed a helping hand,” said Melissa Ferraro, CEO of Sisters Place. “When you’re in crisis, all you think about is the present. We help people weather the…

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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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Upcoming Events for February 10, 2022 | Lifestyles

Non-profit organizations and agencies are encouraged to submit upcoming events and activities for publication in the Journal. Email [email protected] or [email protected] by Monday noon for Thursday posting. Join a historian from Friends of the Cedar Mountain Battlefield (FCMB) for a guided walking tour of the battlefield and learn about the August 9, 1862 encounter in which Confederate troops under General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson fought prevailed over Federal troops under General Nathaniel Banks at the cost of 3,800 men killed or wounded. The tour will take place on Saturday, February 12,…

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Provincetown Film Society Auction with John Waters, Kathleen Turner

PROVINCETOWN — Filmmaker John Waters has issued an official dinner invitation to 10 as yet undetermined people: Meet Me at the Provincetown Dump. We’ll eat salvaged food prepared by a New York chef, on tables set with damaged cutlery and dead flower arrangements. This ‘once in a lifetime gourmet’ evening in July is the highlight of the Provincetown Film Society’s winter online auction, which opened on Wednesday, raised more than $15,000 in bids in less than 48 hours and ended on Sunday. There are over 100 items on offer, and…

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Non-profit NMSU Theater seeks items for online auction

By Mike Cook The American Southwest Theater Company (ASTC), the nonprofit that benefits New Mexico State University Theater Department students, is asking for donations of items to be included in an auction fundraising online. Mesilla Valley Estate Sales will host the auction in partnership with ASTC in March 2022. “We are currently looking for donated auction items such as jewelry, art, pottery, furniture, restaurant or service gift certificates and other items for the auction,” Denise said. Welsh, Chair of the ASTC Board of Directors. If you have items to donate,…

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Community Events Calendar – Havre Daily News

Monday, February 7 Silent auction of book lots from the Friends of the Havre-Hill County Library, opening hours, at the library. Auction items – several book lots covering an assortment of authors and interests – can be viewed at the library. The last bids will be taken on February 17 at noon. Melodious Mondays, with Mary Stevens playing piano at Havre-Hill County Library, 10 a.m., 402 3rd St. It’s free and open to everyone. Lap swimming, 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., community swimming pool…

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Elgin Community Library Celebrates Love Your Library Month

LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) – What better way to start your library love month…than by starting with National, bring your child to library day. Jeanne Cook, a member of the Friends of the Elgin Library, said that since the group started in 2011, she and the other Friends have always wanted to involve the community, regardless of age. “They need to know what a valuable resource the public library is, no matter what city you live in or what library you use,” Cook said. “Just the realization that it’s here and…

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eBay: Expand eBay Listings Portfolio with Promoted Listings Express

Creating new opportunities for our sellers to further grow their business is a driving force behind everything we do at eBay Ads. We continue to invest heavily in new technologies to make it easier for sellers of all sizes to manage their online business. Last September, we announced the launch of Promoted Listings AdvancedBETA, our new cost-per-click solution for our sponsored ads portfolio. Since then, we’ve taken another big step in expanding the portfolio with the launch of Promoted Listings Express – our first advertising tool for auction listings. Benefits…

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Annual Magical Mix Kids Auction Runs Virtually Until Friday, February 4 | Things to do

WATERLOO, Iowa (KWL) — The annual Magical Mix Kids Charity Auction is virtual again this year and is currently running through the end of this week. This major fundraising event has been a Cedar Valley staple for 23 years, with Re/Max Home Group as presenting sponsor, as well as Cedar Valley radio station 93.5, The Mix. Again in 2022, due to the ongoing pandemic, the Magical Mix Kids Auction event is taking place virtually, The virtual auction started on Friday January 28 and will end at midnight this Friday February…

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John Lennon’s Son Takes The Beatles To The Metaverse With NFTs

John Lennon’s son, Julian, turns items from his personal collection of Beatles memorabilia into NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, which are sold at auction. The items, which are each one-of-a-kind, include the coat John Lennon wore in the movie “Magical Mystery Tour” and three Gibson guitars the music legend gifted to his son. The centerpiece of the ‘Lennon Connection’ auction are notes written by Paul McCartney for the song ‘Hey Jude’, which was originally titled ‘Hey Jules’ as a letter to 5-year-old Julian when John and his first wife, Cynthia, Julian’s…

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Community Notes: ARC Banquet scheduled for February 12

RCA Banquet scheduled for February 12 Tickets are on sale for the inaugural gala and banquet to benefit the work of the nonprofit Arlee Rehabilitation Center (ARC) to bring healing to the youth and animals of the Flathead Preserve. The event will take place from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on February 12 at the Hilton Garden Inn, 3720 N. Reserve in Missoula. Join Mayor Engen, members of the Salish community, furry friends, and supporters for an evening of food, music, live and silent auctions, service, and more. Auction items…

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Dancing for the Dream Announces 2022 Star Dancers Lineup | News

CLEAR LAKE, Iowa — Dancing for the Dream returns to the Surf Ballroom on March 26 and hopes to raise $55,000 for 43 North Iowa. “The success of this event is because our local ‘stars’ showed up to perform,” says General Manager John Derryberry. “And the 2022 lineup is going to be spectacular. We have survived a few Covid changes over the last 2 years and are planning another successful and fun event. The STAR dancers for 2022 are: Brooke Bailey, MercyOne with Steve Bailey, Century 21 Alyshia Burgmeier, Family…

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Chamber Chatter: Thank you for our best little contest yet | Community

Please excuse my quick interruption of Community Award nominee announcements for this Chamber Chatter on the Shop 2021 Little Contest. We officially closed the contest last week when we drew our grand prize winner. US Bank, our amazing local shopping program sponsor, pulled out a big check for $1,000 in dollars from the contest and helped us congratulate our lucky grand prize winner, Vicki Freehill. The full video of the drawing is available on our House Facebook page for anyone who wants to watch. This year, our community totally knocked…

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The Community Teen Center is holding an auction to help local youth

Sebastien Rubino / [email protected] The Rocksolid Community Teen Center in Brush Prairie will be hosting its 21st Annual Lucky Shamrock Auction on Saturday, March 12. The event will be held in person for the first time in two years after previous auctions were held in a virtual format due to the coronavirus pandemic. Money raised at the event will fund programs that serve local kids in grades five through 12, according to Marcy Sprecher, director of the Rocksolid Community Teen Center. “We have life skills programs, a homework assistance program,…

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Flutter scheduled for February 3 – The Clanton Advertiser

By Carey Reeder / Special at the Advertiser The Butterfly Bridge Children’s Advocacy Center will host its largest and oldest fundraiser, Flutter, on February 3. The event has become a permanent fixture on the first Thursday in February for the nonprofit organization and will welcome the community to help raise funds for children in Chilton County affected by trauma and abuse. Butterfly Bridge, which celebrates 10 years of advocacy in 2022, works closely with county law enforcement, child protection services and non-offender parents to assist children during the investigative process…

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They are so excited; Rotary of Maryville Prepares for Annual Disco Party | Community

Gloria Gaynor, Donna Summer, Rick James, the Pointer Sisters, ABBA, the Bee Gees and KC and the Sunshine Band – disco royalty indeed. Just hearing hits like “Dancing Queen”, “Staying Alive”, “Hot Stuff”, “I’m so Excited” and “Get Down Tonight” is enough to make you want to rearrange the living room for a space. dance floor and resurrect that basement disco ball. The Rotary Club of Maryville says it doesn’t have to be. They’ve got the ultimate party planned which will feature plenty of disco hits, plenty of room for…

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Ronald McDonald House presents “A Few Good Men” – Press Telegram

On December 2, Ronald McDonald House presented “A Few Good Men”. It was their seventh gala but the first since 2019 – and they haven’t missed a beat. Some 810 guests came to support the winners and the cause. The evening was a spectacular success, raising over $ 840,000. He also celebrated the 10 years of the Ronald McDonald House in Long Beach. A delicious dinner and the delicious antics of the winners were the highlights, as well as the lively auction of auctioneer Randy Gordon. Hat-wearing CEO Cheri Bazley,…

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UPDATE: Thousands of people raised for tornado victims at auction of items donated to the Pope

All proceeds go to storm victims in Western Kentucky UPDATE: (1/4/21) – Thousands of dollars were raised at an auction to benefit tornado victims in Western Kentucky. The auction is now closed for auction for items donated to Pope Francis when Lexington’s father Jim Sichko visited the Vatican to celebrate Christmas Eve. According to Father Sichko, $ 16,698 was raised. The items, which have passed through the hands of the Pope, include a bottle of bourbon and a basketball signed by UK Wildcats head coach John Calipari. According to Father…

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Pennsylvania Treasury Sells Thousands Of Unclaimed Property At Online Auction | News

Harrisburg, Pa. – In October, the State Treasury auctioned 4,000 unclaimed items, raising more than $ 200,000. According to Pennsylvania State Treasurer Stacy Garrity, the two-day online auction included items such as gold and diamond necklaces, earrings, watches, trucks and cars from collection, collectible cards, rare coins and stamps. “Our first priority is always to return unclaimed property to its rightful owner,” said Garrity. “However, sometimes it is necessary to sell items at auction due to space restrictions in our vault. Cash proceeds from this auction have been cataloged and…

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Holiday Events | Serving Carson City for over 150 years

The Churchill County Museum’s open house Sunday featured the Tintabulations. Wednesday 22 December 2021 Holiday closuresMany businesses are closed on Fridays and Saturdays, and state, county, and city government offices are closed on Fridays. Federal government offices are closed Friday. The two post offices resume their usual hours on Monday. Fallon Naval Air Station operates on its vacation schedule.The town of Fallon will not have a garbage pickup on Friday. Those affected will have their garbage picked up on Thursday.Financial institutions are closed on Fridays, but check with your bank…

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DuBois Area Clubs Raised Over $ 42,000 For Make-A-Wish | Connect FM | Local news radio

DuBois, Pennsylvania – Yesterday we received a massive influx of donations for our 28th annual Make a Wish, Light up a Child’s Life campaign, raising money for magical wishes for children with serious illnesses. Only the clubs in our area brought in over $ 42,000, which shows how much they have raised throughout the year! The Polish Club and the Independent Political and Social Club each brought in $ 4,400, meaning they each provided the average cost of a wish for a child. The Sandy Club brought two full wishes…

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KELOLAND Living: Triumphant Tuesday | KELOLAND.com

Posted: Dec 7 2021 / 19:00 CST / Update: Dec 7 2021 / 14:23 CST It’s a Tuesday filled with vacation and Brittany joins us on the set after a week off! We’re kicking off the show with some fun while getting you ready for the next “ugly sweaters” themed holiday parties. It’s easy, cheaper, and fun to create your own look, but we’re taking it a step further by showing ways to make your entire wardrobe festive and “ugly”. Speaking of parties, do you like having an alcohol-free option?…

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Visit the Christmas spirit with Kinderhaven

▶ ️ Listen to this article now. The Kinderhaven Tree Tour is back for the holiday season. Like last year, the social distancing event is taking place throughout downtown until December 12. Decorating the trees will end this weekend and the online auction will begin on Wednesday, December 8. Beyond the Trees, other events at this year’s fundraising event include an online silent auction and a donation tree. Both are located at Kinderhaven’s corporate headquarters, 113 Main Street, for those who want to see silent auction items or grab an…

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Times Journal Editorial: Buy Local This Holiday Season | Editorial

Ready or not, Christmas is just around the corner. While it may be tempting to just go online to shop, now is the time to buy local. The past two years have been strange to say the least. Early businesses were forced to shut down when COVID first came out. Businesses were able to reopen, but then faced a whole new set of problems this year as they struggled to afford the rising cost of labor and the rising cost of other supplies. Now that we enter the holiday season,…

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Ho Ho Hoover 2021 event to raise funds for Hoover Helps

The nonprofit Hoover Helps, which partners with other groups to provide food and clothing for needy children in Hoover, is holding its annual Ho Ho Hoover fundraiser this weekend at the Hoover Randle Home and Gardens. The event, scheduled from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, December 5, is expected to include festive music from the Hoover and Spain Park High School choirs and performances by the Hoover High Buccanettes Dance Team and the Spain Park Dazzlers Dance Team. said Greg and Donna Bishop, the founders of Hoover Helps.…

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Vogue Theater plans silent auction and special films during Sleighbell Weekend

MANISTEE – The main focus of the Vogue Theater has been to provide quality entertainment for people of all ages. Theater manager Sara Herberger said she would mix up some favorite classic films with a silent auction to benefit the general operations of the Vogue Theater over the weekend. “The first thing we’re going to do is have the 1994 movie ‘Little Women’ as part of our classic Wednesday morning series December 1 which will kick off Sleighbell,” Herberger said. . “We show this twice a day Wednesday at 10…

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Over 100 Bulk Items in Online Auctions to Support Santa’s Helpers

Content of the article Fresh off a successful toy drive, Leduc Santa’s Helpers has a few other initiatives underway as the nonprofit begins its annual campaign to help less fortunate families this Christmas. Content of the article Hosted by a windy sale on November 20, the toy drive-thru in the parking lot of the chamber of commerce saw more than 300 items collected to give the organization a great base to work in while it makes holiday baskets. . “Considering the weather, we were very pleased with the support we…

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Orem to auction Hillcrest Elementary School items | News, Sports, Jobs

1/4 Aerial view of the 9.3 acre area under discussion for a new municipal park in the Hillcrest neighborhood, shown on March 4, 2021. Courtesy of the city of Orem 2/4 A banner hangs outside Hillcrest Elementary School ahead of an open house held on Thursday March 14, 2019 in Orem. Isaac Hale, Daily Herald file photo 3/4 Equipment available at Hillcrest Elementary School in Orem on January 29, 2021. These updates were made in 2004. Courtesy of Debby Lauret 4/4 Equipment available at Hillcrest Elementary School in Orem on…

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Grand Island Central Catholic to Host Special Fun and Fundraising ‘Knight’ | Local news from the Big Island

Jolene Wojcik, executive director of the GICC Development Foundation, said the annual fundraising is part of a three-pronged approach. “The tuition covers part of the education, our four parishes in the city contribute financially to this school, and then we use this event to close the gap. For private and parish schools, this discrepancy can be significant, making the hundreds of thousands of dollars raised from each “knight” essential to the functioning of the GICC. The event helped fund important but necessary projects, including the renovation of the school’s chemistry…

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The Coleman Holiday Parade Committee thanks

The Coleman Holiday Parade Committee would like to take this opportunity to thank the Coleman merchants and organizations and the residents of Coleman for their generous contribution and support for our fundraising for the variety show. Our Community Variety Show and Soft Drink Can Collections is the only fundraiser that the Holiday Parade Committee holds to raise money for our community fireworks display. The Firecracker Variety Show on October 16 was a huge success; door-to-door donations as well as the sale of silent auction items raised a total of $…

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Shelby County School pill press auction raises concerns amid opioid epidemic

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – As Shelby County schools consider moving to their new headquarters, they auction off items left in Bayer’s warehouse, but at least one of those items – a pill press – worries some people. With the opioid epidemic, there are fears the machine could fall into the wrong hands. The Shelby County Schools’ surplus items public auction, only online, was posted in the trade appeal disclaimer. Items include commercial pharmaceutical equipment, kitchen equipment and it also listed Manesty Fluid Bed Granulator Pill Press Reverse Osmosis System. But seeing…

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Memories of November 16, 2021 | Local Ads

We want to hear from you. To send information for inclusion in briefs, email [email protected]; or by mail to Briefs: The Daily Mail, Unit 1, 364 Warren St., Hudson, NY 12534. For more information, call 315-661-2490. CAIRO – State Senator Michelle Hinchey, in partnership with the American Legion in Cairo Mohican Post 983, will sponsor a resource fair for veterans, active service members and their families on November 16 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. h at the Cairo Public Library, 15 Railroad Ave. , Cairo. Participants can expect to…

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United Way gala at Swank Farms a huge success

The event sold out two weeks in advance and the auctions fetched the best dollars. This article was written by Leila Sadeghian, intern at BenitoLink. November 5, United Way of San Benito County hosted a gala and fundraiser at Bonnie’s Barn in Swank Farm. It was a fun night with lots of dancing, music, food and community togetherness. Over 160 guests attended. $ 31,000 was donated in the live auction, $ 23,000 for the 12 Days of Giving fund and $ 4,725 in the silent auction. There were a variety…

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Bruneau & Co. will hold an auction of historic weapons and militaria on Saturday, November 20; more than 500 …

Silver medal of 1812 awarded by the United States Congress to Lieutenant Alexander Scammel Wadsworth, for bravery in the naval battle of USS Constitution vs HMS Guerriere (estimate: $ 20,000- $ 30,000).Auctioneers Bruneau & Cie CRANSTON, RI – Bruneau & Co.’s Fall Historic Weapons and Militaria Auction, slated for Saturday, November 20, is packed with more than 500 items focused on the French and Indian War, the American Revolution, the civil war, world wars I and II, as well as modern firearms. The offers will be ideal for everyone, from…

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Taste of the Browns happening at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

CLEVELAND – The Greater Cleveland Food Bank is hosting the annual Taste of the Browns at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo for a family-friendly event that will raise money to fight hunger and include fun new items only available at the zoo. The event will begin on Sunday, November 14 from noon to 4 p.m. Families will enjoy food from local restaurants, Cleveland Browns alumni mingling and mingling with guests, and a silent auction featuring Browns memorabilia. The event also includes entry to the zoo and encounters with small animals. The…

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Taste of the No. Co. 2021, a virtual hybrid in person | Local News

PLATSBURGH – Start your auction. The North Country Chamber of Commerce’s annual Taste of the North Country silent auction, usually an in-person event, is going online this year and went live last week. “The auction was traditionally good old papers and pens and auction pallet numbers,” said vice president of marketing and business development Kristy Kennedy. “We knew that the pens that people shared, gathered around objects and things like that were probably not best practices. “We wanted to keep it really safe.” ALWAYS IN PERSON The event did not…

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Justice is served for children

Fannin County, Texas – Justice Is Serve is a dinner and auction to benefit the Fannin County Children’s Center. First United Bank is the presenting diamond sponsor of this 17th annual event. ?? It is our pleasure to sponsor Fannin County Children ?? s Center ?? s Justice is Served, ?? Alan McDonald said with First United. The volunteers, staff and board who serve children in need are unsung heroes. The Children’s Center’s mission aligns with First United Bank’s values ​​of faith and family, while seeking to uplift the lives…

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Moving nightmare: months after hiring a moving company, family is still waiting for their belongings – WCCO

NEW BRIGHTON, Minnesota (WCCO) – A family that returned to Minnesota this summer has waited months for their household goods and belongings as everything they own is stuck 1,300 miles away. Terry Xiong and Aninta Vang’s new home in New Brighton is furnished with empty walls and bare rooms. The couple have five children who eat on the floor because there is no place to sit. In the kitchen, no refrigerator is seen and air beds are installed in each room. It’s a lifestyle the couple weren’t prepared for. READ…

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North Branch Area Education Foundation Annual Fundraiser A Success | Community

Press release provided by Northern Branch Education Foundation This year the North Branch Area Education Foundation has changed its format from a formal gala to an interactive experience, a “Casino Royale – Get Lucky at the Perfect 10”. It was a bold move, having canceled last year’s event due to Covid, but the board wanted to cut spending and bring the community together for some sunshine! The event raised $ 34,900 during the three-hour experience held on October 16 at the Splitrocks Entertainment Center in Wyoming. Since its inception in…

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Tryon Arts and Crafts to Host Fall Online Auction – The Tryon Daily Bulletin

Tryon Arts & Crafts School is holding its second fall online auction, with main sponsor New View Realty from November 1 to 13, with around 180 items donated. The auction items will be on display at TACS during the annual Craft Fairs Showcase Reception on November 12, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Collectors, buyers, bargain hunters and uniqueness appreciators can log on to TACS online auctions for the chance to acquire works of art, antiques, merchandise and gifts from local businesses. TACS will offer free pdf or print auction catalogs…

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Virtual silent auction raises funds in support of breast cancer survivors

ASHLAND, Oregon – Riding Beyond, a nonprofit organization based here in southern Oregon, is hosting a virtual “Healing Hearts” auction this weekend. The money raised will be used to support women recovering from breast cancer. Riding Beyond uses horses to help not only breast cancer survivors, but COVID-19 long-haul travelers as well. He says he hopes to revitalize those in need with emotionally, physically and spiritually designed interactions with horses. The nonprofit also offers poetry, storytelling, music, and other exercises to help cool the body. “It’s really vital, it makes…

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Silent auction benefits rosewood roots and wings

For those who enjoy the pleasure of a quality silent auction, be sure to stop by Rosewood Bargain Barn, located at 1215 Main Street, in downtown Great Bend, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on October 30. During this time, there will be around 50 items to bid on ranging from $ 25 to $ 400. These items are all new products and will most likely sell for below retail value. The winning bidders will be contacted after the silent auction, so they do not need to be present to…

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Saving Our Oceans: Santa Maria Artist Donates Collage to Statewide Auction | Arts and theater

Santa Maria artist and educator Merrie Okie’s multimedia collage work featured in statewide virtual art auction to raise funds for ocean conservation and wildlife protection in California. This is the second year that Okie’s work has been featured in the KEEP IT WILD Virtual Art Auction, hosted by the nonprofit WILDCOAST for Ocean Conservation and Climate Change, with a painted collage piece fascinating inspired by the blue ringed octopus titled “Wish You Were Here”. “ Okie is one of 39 artists in the United States and Mexico who have pledged…

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Montgomery ISD: Montgomery ISD hosts the first annual Walkathon Against Hunger

One in four children in Montgomery County is food insecure. This means that they are not 100% sure where their next meal will come from or how it will be provided. The Montgomery County Food Bank is expanding its partnership with Montgomery ISD by supporting students in need in our district and the District Student Nutrition Advisory Council (SNAC) wanted to do something to give back. With the support of the Child Nutrition Service and local sponsors, SNAC organized the district’s first Walkathon for Hunger. With over 300 people in…

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Eighth Annual Power of Pink Gala Raises Funds and Breast Cancer Awareness | New

JEFFERSONVILLE – In honor of those who have battled and are currently battling breast cancer, nearly 200 people gathered for the Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Gala on Friday to raise funds for research and resources on the cancer. The event aimed to raise awareness of the disease by highlighting the stories of those who have battled breast cancer and recognizing all of the survivors present in the room. The gala began at the Jeffersonville Refinery with a room filled with guests dressed in different shades of pink, mingling and viewing…

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Centenary’s ‘The Auction’ Explores Family and Race Relations | Lifestyles

During a rehearsal of “The Auction” that brought the cast together to run through the entire room, directors Doug and Lori Faust cut several new elements from the cast. They included newly hung curtains that create a dramatic backdrop for the theater space at the Centennial United Methodist Church and a painting of the show’s family portrait. The Sullivan family includes Juan Martinez, the boyfriend of her daughter Megan. Including Juan was a dramatic statement from the Sullivans, a family facing war at the family level. And that wouldn’t have…

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Willamette Humane Society fundraiser returns with in-person event and online auction

Following the cancellation of in-person events last year, the Willamette Humane Society is evolving their annual Halloween-themed fundraiser, Bowser’s Boo Bash. This year will feature both an in-person event and an online auction. The event will take place on October 23 at the Willamette Heritage Center, 1313 Mill Street SE, and will feature dinner, music, games and live, silent auction items. Officials said they plan to share a special story about a rescued kitten this summer. “Bowser’s Boo Bash is one of our biggest fundraisers of the year,” said Erin…

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HHHS begins auctioning off items for its Appetite Gala

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – Auction items available for online auction now for Helping Hands Humane Society’s annual Bone Appetit Gala. Bone Appétit 2021 will be a hybrid event with the in-person portion taking place at the Prairie Band Casino & Resort in Mayetta, KS on Saturday, October 16. Check-in begins at 5:00 p.m. with dinner served at 6:00 p.m., followed by an awards show, refuge update, and live auction featuring a Kansas City Chiefs football signed by Travis Kelce. Indigo Jazz, a Kansas City-based jazz ensemble, will perform. “We look…

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Back the Blue barbecue fest / race at Deer Park

Our men and women who wear the badge at Deer Park and La Porte Police Services mean everything to us in the protection and service of the community. Now, in a way, we can thank you with the very first Back the Blue Barbecue Festival and 5K Run, scheduled for Saturday, October 16 at the Jimmy Burke Activity Center, 500 West 13th St., Deer Park. The event kicks off with the “Run for the Blue 5K” race which starts at 8:15 am, rain or shine, sponsored by Universal Plant Services.…

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11th Annual Pin Up Paws Party scheduled for October 28

The Pin Up Paws 2022 Pet Calendar will be unveiled at the St. Augustine Humane Society’s annual fundraising event on October 28. The 11th Annual Pin Up Paws (PUP) Party will be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 1665 Old Moultrie Road, St Augustine. The organizers have announced a change of location from the Embassy Suites by Hilton to St. Augustine Beach Oceanfront Resort to the Humane Society facility. Plus, ticket prices are reduced, new entertainment, and revised food and drink menus for fundraising. Admission to the event…

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Deming Rotary serves the community through the annual Dia de los Muertos event

DEMING – The Deming Rotary Club announces its annual Dia De Los Muertos celebration and fundraising event to be held at the Boogie Brewery and Distillery Event Space from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, October 23. New and improved, Deming Rotary’s Dia De Los Muertos event promises to be bigger and more fun than ever. With generous donations from local business leaders and individuals, as well as great partnerships with the Boogies brewery and distillery for the location. Zia Eats will feature a delicious menu and games, a…

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The third annual Handbags for Hospice fundraising auction is scheduled for Thursday

Breadcrumb Links New Local News The Rotary Hospice Stratford Perth is hosting its third annual Handbags for Hospice fundraiser virtually this Thursday starting at 6:45 p.m. Author of the article: Galien Simmons Event President Heather Bryan and Rotary Hospice Stratford Perth Events and Communications Coordinator Michelle Field showcase some of the handbags donated by local businesses that are available for auction through the Handbags for fundraiser. Thursday Hospice. Galen Simmons / The Beacon Herald / Postmedia Network Content of the article While handbags donated by local businesses are certainly the…

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“Boots and Birkenstocks” goes virtual – Times-Standard

The Northcoast Regional Land Trust is holding its annual celebration next week to celebrate the conservation of the wild and working lands that make this home. Affectionately called ‘Boots and Birkenstocks’, the week-long virtual event features a new documentary mini-film and online auction, and is a celebration of all who support the land trust’s work throughout. the year. The new documentary mini-film features the Hunter Ranch, the largest conservation easement property of the Northcoast Regional Land Trust. From today you can watch the movie and meet the people who work…

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The Broadway Flea Market and Big Auction returns to Shubert Alley and Times Square on October 3

After a virtual edition in 2020 due to the pandemic, the annual Broadway Flea Market & Grand Auction once again takes to the streets of New York’s Theater District on October 3 starting at 10 a.m. Theater lovers from all over the world can also participate online. The in-person event borders Shubert Alley and West 44th and West 45th Street between Broadway and Eighth Avenue. Among the shows represented with merchandise are American Utopia, Beetlejuice, Come from afar, Supreme Love Freestyle, Frozen, Hadestown, Hamilton, The Lion King, The little Mermaid,…

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San Diego Community News Group

A participant discovers works of art during the La Jolla Art & Wine Festival 2019. COURTESY PHOTO slideshow Drink wine and dine at the 13th Annual La Jolla Free Art and Wine Festival on Saturday and Sunday October 9-10 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. along Avenida Girard de La Jolla. This curated art exhibit will feature over 170 artists, gourmet cuisine, interactive activities, live art and music, adoptable animals, wine, craft breweries and a spirits garden. The event features a collection of internationally recognized talent, as well as new…

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North Shore Civic Ballet seeks treasures and volunteers for annual holiday online auction

Fall has just arrived and the North Shore Civic Ballet is already gearing up for its annual holiday online auction. This year, the nonprofit dance company celebrates its 47th season and invites the public to help train the next generation of dancers and performers in the North Shore region of Massachusetts. Proceeds from the auction support scholarships, new choreography, costumes, special educational projects, and other needed dance equipment and resources. The NCSB is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization headquartered at the Marblehead School of Ballet in Marblehead, Massachusetts. The…

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Thank you for a great celebration of the Garden Club

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

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

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

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

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

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Live Auction Items Announced for Heritage Ball | Local News

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

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Cassette with Lennon interview and song up for auction in Denmark

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

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Stephenville Optimist Club dinner, auction scheduled for Saturday

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

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Redwings Horse Sanctuary Hosts Groundbreaking Event in Paso Robles

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

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Fishing tournament to raise funds for the police | New

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

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Online Theater Gala Auction Open to All | Local News

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

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

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

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Andiamo Dearborn restaurant equipment up for auction

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

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