The items listed here will be on offer in the auction or raffles at the June 4th Benefit for First Responders. Listed are the retail values and minimum bids. All winning bids must be paid the afternoon of the benefit by CHECK or CASH. No debit or credit will be taken. If winning bidders are unable to pay at the conclusion of bidding, the second-highest bidder will be selected. All raffle winners must be present to win. Tickets for raffles will be pulled until a name is drawn of someone who is present at the time of drawing.
NEWLY ADDED AUCTION ITEM 05/15/2017:
Hand-made Humidor by featured artist ROB SAPP, retired firefighter. Sapp, who is blind, makes and will be showing beautiful hand-made wooden boxes.
He has donated this exquisite humidor to the benefit auction.
The humidor is made of maple and walnut. It is lined with Spanish cedar. It measures 13.5 inches wide by 9.5 inches high, by 9.5 inches deep.
Its retail value is $200.00.
The minimum bid for this unique item will be $80.00.
CONTRIBUTED BY JOHN HOWE:
Framed print of WWII veteran Richard Yunghans, 16 x 20
Retail value: $450.00. Starting bid: $125.00.
Contributed by Genevieve Casey, Photographer:
Two original photographs, printed, matted, retail value $35.00:
ADDITIONAL AUCTION / RAFFLE ITEMS
Additional Auction items will be posted as they are received.
STAY TUNED FOR UPDATES, INCLUDING WORKS FROM FEATURED ARTIST SCOTT ANDERSON.
• Sunday Brunch for Two, Donated by V’s Italiano Ristorante
• 2 Certificates for Free Rodizio, Donated by EmChamas
• 2 Free Pizzas, Donated by Minsky’s Pizza
• $30 Gift Certificate to the Corner Café
• $25 Gift Certificate to Waldo Pizza
• Texas Roadhouse Gift Basket
• Outback Steakhouse Gift Basket
• Coffee Basket, Donated by Broadway Roasting Company, $50.00
Persons securing winning bids on AUCTION ITEMS will be sent a receipt by mail from one of the 501(c)(3) entities for whom the benefit is held. Such receipts will state the retail value of the item plus the auction amount paid. Any question of whether you are entitled to a charitable deduction is your responsibility. Any winning bid paid by check will be made payable to one of the entities for whom the benefit is hosted.