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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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Silent auction fundraiser ends on Sunday – The Gisborne Herald

Published on March 11, 2022 at 12:12 p.m. It’s time to make your winning bids in the Nick’s Head Charity Fishing Tournament. It’s time to make your winning bids. The Nick’s Head Charity Fishing Tournament silent auction ends at 6pm on Sunday and there are some great items up for grabs. The annual fishing derby was canceled due to Covid-19 but sponsors and others still wanted to support the cause, which raises money for Gisborne Hospital’s Planet Sunshine children’s service and other charities . So, with the help of the…

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St. Patrick’s Day Committee Benefit Auction Raises $15,000 | Gas

The 28th annual St. Patrick’s Day Committee auction held at Bruff’s Bar & Grill on Friday night raised $15,200 to benefit 13 local organizations. After skipping a year due to COVID-19, the popular event returned with 90 items up for sale in live and silent auctions. Ron Thomas served as master of ceremonies and Dwayne Coble and Victor Edelman of Swift-n-Sure Auctions served as auctioneers. Bidding was hot and heavy for items ranging from fishing trips to culinary experiences to homemade pies. Evora Wheeler’s famous pies fetched $795 amid fierce…

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Lauritz.com Group A/S – Interim Report January – December 2021

Lauritz.com Group A/S No. 1/2022Copenhagen, 24 February 2022 In 2021, the Lauritz.com Group business recorded an EBITDA improvement of DKK 8.3 million compared to last year, mainly driven by revenue growth of 8%. In the fourth quarter of 2021, the activity of the Lauritz.com group generated EBITDA in line with last year. Fourth quarter earnings were flat due to higher yielding business in 2021, leaving fourth quarter revenue down 3.2% despite a 7.8% drop in the auction rate and due a cost reduction of 3.6% compared to last year. EBITDA…

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

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

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

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

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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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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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Scott Register Honored at GBHS Jazz Cat Ball

On December 31, Allison Black Cornelius, CEO of the Greater Birmingham Humane Society, came into work to find a 10-year-old blind Yorkie left in the rain tied to the building overnight. Humane Society workers “already have 200 animals” to care for, Cornelius said. So when Cornelius sees volunteers like Scott Register volunteering their time to help staff and animals, it’s a blessing, she says. “It never fails…that we come here and something amazing happens,” Cornelius said. “It restores your faith.” Cornelius said the job is tough but made easier with…

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Firehouse Art Center nearly triples auction goal, proceeds to help Marshall Fire victims – Boulder Daily Camera

Since the Marshall and Middle Fork fires last month scorched Front Range communities, a number of organizations and citizens have stepped up to offer help, support and comfort. “Longspeak”, by Jon Fukuda, is one of the paintings that has previously sold at the Firehouse Art Center’s Marshall and Middle Fork Fires online art auction. (Jon Fukuda/courtesy photo) From restaurants serving free meals to those affected by the fires as part of Restaurants Revive at the Future Arts Foundation performing a wide range of instruments, the number of creative ways people…

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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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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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Ritchie Bros. sells over $ 34 million in equipment at Toronto auction

Ritchie Bros. attracted more than 8,500 online bidders from 65 countries to compete for more than 3,400 items at a recent auction in Toronto, generating more than C $ 44 million ($ 34.39 million) in the value of gross transaction and setting a new record in December for the site. “We are currently seeing record prices for equipment and trucks in all of our auctions and markets,” said Ryan Pottruff, Regional Sales Manager for Ritchie Bros. “We have had an incredible year in Ontario, with multiple sales. record site auctions…

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South African minister opposes sale of key to Mandela’s cellphone

JOHANNESBURG – A South African minister on Friday demanded the cancellation of an upcoming US auction of a key to the cell in Robben Island prison where Nelson Mandela, the country’s first black president, was long jailed for his opposition to apartheid. The key is among Mandela’s memories to be sold by the Guernsey auction house in New York on January 28. Most of the items were provided by members of Mandela’s family to raise funds for a museum and a garden around his grave, while the key is sold…

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Local News: Support for LFR continues through bed donation and auction (12/10/21)

(Sentry photo by Beverly Van Buskirk) Mars Fire Chief David Schipper (left) and Duane McLay, owner of Emily? ? s Home Furnishings stand next to model beds. McLay donated three beds to the fire station. MARCH ?? A Mars company has recently continued its practice of supporting the Mars firefighter by providing three beds for the fire station. Duane McLay, owner of Emily’s Home Furnishings, continued to make way for the new beds. The beds will be used by firefighters who spend the night at the station. Le Mars Fire…

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Pitt County Family Auction Showcases 50 Year Old Americana Automobile Collection | Local news

Pieces from the past picked up by a Pitt County man after more than 50 years of travel are vying to help a family manage the enormous size of their collection. The live, online auction event begins at 10 a.m. today on NC 4, across from Rock Springs Center. The collector has put together a line of automobiles, novelties and other parts from Americana that the family must downsize as he ages. “Much of the collection comes from eastern North Carolina and the east coast,” said Sunny Hammons, the daughter…

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GardenShare Hosts Holiday Auction This Week | Best Stories

TOWNSHIP – GardenShare is hosting a holiday auction that began November 26 and runs through December 5, showcasing an eclectic variety of goods and crafts from residents of St. Lawrence County. “In the past, we have held a silent auction in conjunction with an annual dinner. We couldn’t do it this year because of COVID, but we still wanted to support different artists and producers, ”said Carlene L. Doane, Associate Director of GardenShare. Online fundraising will support GardenShare programs, including its Local Food Guide and Canton Farmers Market, and its…

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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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County auction brings in $ 330,000 | Local News

Park County had better than expected wages earlier this month, selling off its unwanted goods and possessions. Approximately $ 330,000 was made from its online auction which closed on Oct. 8, from which the county will make a profit of nearly $ 300,000. A total of 166 different items were sold. “This is significantly more than we expected to achieve considering the age and condition of many of the items on sale,” said Brian Edwards, Park County Engineer. He said the items sold generally consisted of surplus equipment that was…

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Janice Beetle Books 2021 Challenge Team Prepare Book to Raise Fund

Posted: 10/22/2021 22:09:45 PM LACONIA – The Janice Beetle Books team at the 2021 Challenge is developing a book on the Great Lakes Children’s Auction to celebrate its 40th anniversary this year. Proceeds from the sale of the book will benefit the 2021 auction. You can order a copy of “40 Years for the Kids,” a paperback that sells for $ 25, at janicebeetlebooks.com/product/40-years-for-the-kids. The books will be delivered later this fall. The children’s auction was designed by Warren Bailey, a WLNH DJ 40 years ago, when Bailey hosted the…

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Man who bought wedding ring from deceased woman refuses to sell to grieving family

A family in Alabama is struggling to find answers amid the unsolved murder of Shemethia Coteat Stanton, who died on February 14, 2020. Almost two years later, no arrests have been made, although police say they have a serious suspect but not enough evidence for an arrest, AL.com reported. In addition to the grief of losing a family member, Stanton’s family are turned away by the man who bought his wedding ring at a county auction after his death. The ring had been considered unclaimed property and sold. A woman…

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UofSC Medical Students Lead Successful Curing Kids Cancer Fundraiser | Colombia

(lr) Brandon Gettleman and Kirklen Petersen, event organizers, and Lauren Korthoff, director of development for Curing Kids Cancer. Photos of Allen Wallace Medical school is grueling and can easily consume any student’s time, but a local group of aspiring doctors has made room to go beyond that. Eager to help before their names were even followed by md, they raised over $ 15,000 to support research aimed at curing children battling cancer. The Run with All Your Heart 5k race was born out of the dedication of a group of…

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The Salvation Army’s virtual auction is underway

SIOUX FALLS, SD (KELO) – In just one month, The Salvation Army will be presenting their red kettles for the upcoming holiday season. But you can help the organization right now by placing bids at their annual auction which takes place this week. People have donated dozens of items that are auctioned online by The Salvation Army. A honey gift basket sparked a sweet, but fierce bidding war. “This was auctioned off last night and we’ve already had about five or six people bidding for this particular basket,” said Marcie…

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County to host surplus auction | New

The Daviess County Tax Court will offer a variety of items deemed surplus to the county’s needs at an auction on Tuesday, October 19 at Daviess County Operations Center, 2620 Kentucky 81. Executive Judge Al Mattingly said Tuesday that a variety of equipment will be auctioned off that is no longer needed for county use. Mattingly said there are several reasons a piece of equipment or vehicle could become surplus and be destined for the block auction. “It can depend on the number of kilometers traveled by a piece of…

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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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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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Bears Club reunion festivities Coming soon

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

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Saturday Unclaimed Property Auction in West Palm Beach

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

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

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

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24th edition of Jen’s Friends Hillclimb scheduled for September 18 | Local News

CONWAY – Still one of the most spiritually uplifting (and needed) fundraising events of the year, the 24th Annual Jen’s Friends ‘Climb Against Cancer’ Hill Climb returns to Cranmore Mountain Resort in North Conway on September 18th. With a good weather forecast for Saturday, things are looking good, according to Heather Phillips of the Jen’s Friends board of directors, who notes that this year’s hill climb for the local cancer foundation will be both in person. and as an online virtual event. . Last year, the ascent was only done…

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Portsmouth RI is auctioning off old police cars and other city vehicles

PORTSMOUTH – If you’ve ever wanted to own a police car, you’re in luck. Kind of. The City of Portsmouth is auctioning off old police cars – two 2009 Ford Crown Victoria and one 2007 Ford Crown Victoria – and other used city vehicles. The two 2009 police vehicles are “unusable,” according to article descriptions on Municibid, the website on which the vehicles are listed. Well, what about the 2007 Ford Crown Victoria? Is it starting? Can his new owner kick him out of the crowd? “I don’t know,” Municibid…

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MLB auctions Field of Dreams memorabilia to support Dubuque Cancer Center

DUBUQUE, Iowa (KCRG) – The first Iowa major league regular-season baseball game at the Field of Dreams movie site turns out to be more than just a game. Major League Baseball is auctioning off items worn during the Yankees and White Sox game on August 12 for a good cause. The proceeds will be used to support the MercyOne Dubuque Cancer Center. Some of the items they auction include the jerseys and batting helmets that the Chicago White Sox and New York Yankees used in the Field of Dreams game.…

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Former Green Beret Chris Miller, one of the first Americans to set foot in Afghanistan after 9/11 and whose unit was portrayed in the film 12 Strong, will share his memory of the war on terror and the horrific September 11 attacks at the Del Mar Country Club Golf Tournament and Gala Dinner

The Del Mar Country Club Golf Tournament and Gala Dinner serves as a fundraiser for the SOF Support Foundation. Tweet this Almost 20 years to the day since his deployment, Miller will provide a unique window on the war in Afghanistan, a war that raged for almost 20 years until United States’ recent withdrawal. Master of “irregular warfare,” Miller will recount the perfectly executed strategy of the 5e Special Forces Group, which worked closely with local Afghan leaders to put together an astonishing series of American victories. “We are honored…

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Sequoia Park Zoo Zootini Fundraiser Postponed “to Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19 and the Delta Variant” – Redheaded Blackbelt

This is a press release from the Sequoia Park Zoo Foundation: Due to recent concerns expressed by the public health department about an increase in local infection and hospitalization rates, the Sequoia Park Zoo & Foundation made the difficult decision to postpone the in-person portion of Zootini (scheduled for August 14, 2021). With the safety of our community and our animals in mind, we believe this is a necessary precaution to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and the Delta variant. We would like to thank the many ticket holders…

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Sewn together | Discover | nwestiowa.com

Okoboji Lutheran Bible Camp Hosts Quilt Auction Weekend August 6-7 The Okoboji Lutheran Bible Camp is all about bringing families together. And that’s exactly what they plan to do with their annual Quilt Auction Weekend August 6-7. “This is our 34th annual quilt auction. This is a time to help raise funds for the camp, but it is also a time to come together and for everyone to come and enjoy each other’s company, ”said Megan Newell, Director of Communications for the Camp. camp. They host the event on weekends…

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Marion Art Center online art auction returns as summer art auction days

MARION – If you love art, antiques, and jewelry, mark your calendar for Summer Art Auction Days at the Marion Art Center, July 28-31, where you can view over 300 items auction on show in salon style in MAC galleries. Although registration and auctions are done online only on the MAC website (marionartcenter.org), you can see all the items in the auction – original oils, watercolors, jewelry, ceramics, sculptures, antiques, etc. – during this four-day event with extended viewing hours. The online auction and MAC galleries open Wednesday, July 28…

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Sangre de Cristo Community Care to host annual release of Infant and Child Loss Butterfly Memorial – Canon City Daily Record

The loss of a child can cause grief that lasts for days, months, years and, in some cases, a lifetime. Parents, guardians and family members are encouraged to express their grief and confide in trained professionals as they work through feelings of unimaginable loss. To help honor the memory of those who are lost, Sangre de Cristo Community Care will be hosting the 14th Annual Butterfly Commemoration of Loss of Infants and Children. The event will take place at 6:30 p.m. on July 21 at Mountain View Park, located at…

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Artifacts removed from auction to return to Ethiopia –

Addis Ababa, July 3, 2012 (Walta) – The Ethiopian Embassy in The Hague took possession of a set of historical objects from Ethiopia, which were to be auctioned at Venduehuis der Notarissen in the Netherlands on June 25, 2021. In the statement released today, the artefacts, which include three medieval illuminated Ethiopian manuscripts, dating from before the 15th century, on vellum in their original wood binding, and two fragments of Coptic textile from an earlier period, were donated to the embassy by an anonymous person. intermediary and friend of Ethiopia.…

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