Grand Charity Auction 2017
2017 Grand Charity Auction Poster
Some of the items & pledges (P70)
The envelopes containing the pledges.
More items (71)
Actual items donated for the auction
Almost ready (73)
Frank puts the finishing touches to the information board.
AT last we were ready
The first guests arrive (75)
But when the first guests arrived, there was still an element of "what do we do next".
Guests take their seats (76)
These three ladies on the front row were about to make some serious bidding
President Ron, second row, blue shirt (78)
President Ron waits for the off.
Rotarians included (77)
our own club members also were ready for some serious bidding
Waiting patiently (81)
Guests waiting patiently for the bidding to comence
Awaiting the Auctioneer74
But where is the Auctioneer?
The audience is on your left Ron
In the mean time President Ron offers a little light entertainment.
Auctioneer David Brookes
Once Auctioneer David got going there was no stopping him. He is, without doubt, a very good auctioneer.
This auctioneering thing is clearly quite compelling; Hon. Sec. Helen will have a go, at anything?
Age UK Presentation.
Age UK South Lakeland's CEO Penny Pullinger receiving our cheque in the sum of £1,000.00
Bay Search & Rescue Presentation
Bay S&R's Cath Wilkins & Sue Calland receiving their cheque for £1,000.00 from President Ron.
St. Mary's Hospice, Ulverston.
Melissa Dixon, Community Fund-raising Officer of St. Mary's Hospice, Ulverston receiving our cheque for £1,000.00.
This is our premier fund raising event which we hold every few years and we hope that you can support us.
We are indebted to many local businesses, and individual residents, who have donated a total of over thirty really great pledges for this event. Entry is strictly by numbered ticket, which, can be purchased from each of the three charities' shops in Grange-over-Sands and any member of the club. There will be a ticket draw for a Luxury Food Hamper, so, even if you cannot attend the auction, you will still have the chance of winning this valuable prize.
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