Auction items – Auction Clix http://auctionclix.com/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 12:10:35 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://auctionclix.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-8-150x150.png Auction items – Auction Clix http://auctionclix.com/ 32 32 Short films by Paul Mescal among the auctions to help Ukrainian filmmakers https://auctionclix.com/short-films-by-paul-mescal-among-the-auctions-to-help-ukrainian-filmmakers/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 12:10:35 +0000 https://auctionclix.com/short-films-by-paul-mescal-among-the-auctions-to-help-ukrainian-filmmakers/ GAA shorts signed by Irish actor Paul Mescal are among the Normal People items auctioned to raise money for Ukrainian filmmakers. Signed blue and yellow GAA shorts, a signed screenplay of the first episode of the award-winning series based on a novel by Irish author Sally Rooney, and a signed hardback screenplay book, with photographs […]]]>

GAA shorts signed by Irish actor Paul Mescal are among the Normal People items auctioned to raise money for Ukrainian filmmakers.

Signed blue and yellow GAA shorts, a signed screenplay of the first episode of the award-winning series based on a novel by Irish author Sally Rooney, and a signed hardback screenplay book, with photographs by Enda Bowe, are set to auction by From Wednesday June 29 to Sunday July 17 at 6 p.m.

The campaign was organized by Irish group Filmmakers supporting Filmmakers, director Lenny Abrahamson and Element Pictures.

Funds raised from the auction will go to the Screen Directors Guild of Ireland (SDGI), the Docudays.ua Ukraine appeal to support filmmakers documenting the war in Ukraine, and the International Coalition for Filmmakers in Danger (ICFR) Ukraine to support filmmakers from Ukraine and Russia who may need to relocate.

Veteran film set auctioneer Sean Eacrett will host the auction on easyliveauctions.com.



By sending these funds to our fellow filmmakers, we are also sending a message of solidarity, hope and respect.

Orla Murphy, filmmakers supporting filmmakers

The GAA shorts, which are the same style as those worn on the show by Bafta winner Mescal, have sparked a number of internet memes and led Italian luxury brand Gucci to design knock-off pairs .

The Normal People auction is organized by Orla Murphy, who set up the Filmmakers support group Filmmakers in March and has since raised over €10,000 to support filmmakers affected by the ongoing invasion of Ukraine.

Ms Murphy said: “By sending these funds to our fellow filmmakers, we are also sending a message of solidarity, hope and respect.”

Founder and director of Element Pictures, Ed Guiney, said: “What is happening in Ukraine is absolutely devastating. Along with Lenny Abrahamson, we at Element are proud to support these charities and admire their brilliant work in helping filmmakers.

Darya Busel, chief programmer of Ukrainian documentary festival Docudays.ua, said: “Over the past four months, Ukrainian filmmakers have risked their lives and their sanity to document the atrocities of war and bring the war crimes, but not only that – they collect footage for future films.

“I am sure that the films that will come out of the work in progress will help us understand this historic moment, when the whole world must reconsider the principles on which it is built.

Normal People star Paul Mescal (PA)

(PA Archive)

“These upcoming films will help us deal with our traumas and reconnect with ourselves.

“Because the worst thing that war does to you is that it takes your life. In every possible way; you can’t plan anything anymore, you get separated from your loved ones, you lose your house and everything what you have worked so hard for all your life… and in the end, one day, you may even be killed.

“It’s true that cinema may not change anything in the short term, but it can certainly change a lot in the long term. On behalf of our colleagues at Docudays and Ukrainian cinema, I am very grateful to everyone who has donated to help us do this important work.

Orwa Nyrabia, from ICFR Ukraine, said: “We created ICFR because we believe that film lovers all over the world form a community, that attacking a filmmaker anywhere is an attack on all of us, that ‘with such acts of solidarity, we can show the world that people in the cinema will stand up for each other.

“Thanks to the efforts of our Irish colleagues, this faith is renewed.

“The fate of our Ukrainian colleagues today concerns us all, and however small or large our contributions may be, they send above all a message that is not financial; ‘we are with you, you are not alone’.

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Auction Items for Ukraine Relief Fund https://auctionclix.com/auction-items-for-ukraine-relief-fund/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 16:17:00 +0000 https://auctionclix.com/auction-items-for-ukraine-relief-fund/ Many items for the auction this Friday evening at the Eganville arena. Visit at 5 p.m. and the sale starts at 6 p.m. Columbia riding mower, almost new; 100 pounds. fresh beef from the butcher; 5 cords of firewood & delivery within 50 km of Eganville; Elevator building materials and […]]]>




Many items for the auction this Friday evening at the Eganville arena. Visit at 5 p.m. and the sale starts at 6 p.m.

Columbia riding mower, almost new; 100 pounds. fresh beef from the butcher; 5 cords of firewood & delivery within 50 km of Eganville; Elevator building materials and MDF moldings; New 6′ wide patio door, standard height with mosquito net; Whirlpool Deluxe dishwasher, like new; New smokehouse, used once; BBQ Green Egg, like new; New 5 piece outdoor patio set; New 32-inch TCL Roku Smart TV; NordicTrack rowing machine; Tri-axle topsoil load, delivered anywhere in Renfrew County; 1 day of work with an excavator; 12′ steel gate; New rigid combo drill set; Queen bed, 5-drawer dresser and nightstand; Dinner package for 8 people at the new RIO patio on the roof; Like a new outdoor weatherproof steel wicker set; Electric guitar; 32-inch LG Plasma TV; 2 tickets for the April Verch concert and meal on July 24, Rankin; beautifully painted 57 inch canoe oar; bed set with mattress; Echo Cordless Lawn Mower; like new vacuum cleaners; brush cutter; adult bicycles in need of some repairs; Storyland Collectible – The Mad Hatter; One Year Precision Humidifier; Gift certificate for the preparation of Will & PoA; New Dewalt 24V Li-ion ½-inch Compact Brushless Drill/Driver Set; Granite counter; 1 night at the Beachburg Inn; Regal Royal rotisserie oven; Rival fryer and small wok; flavor wave oven; La Crosse Cordless Temperature Station and Conair Fabric Steamer; Mr. Bar BQ Premium Non-Stick Rack for Ribs and Accessories; like new Kayak; 2 large planters; New 12V RV Cooler – 24″x34″; 3 rounds of golf on local courses; 3 yards (van) of mulch; 1994 IPM framed poster, collector’s item; hand painted 4 season lamp; sturdy rocking chair; Artesian horse hames mirror; Paintings by local artists and much more.






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Backline & Sweet Relief Auction Items by Bob Weir, DMB, More to Establish Music Mental Health Fund https://auctionclix.com/backline-sweet-relief-auction-items-by-bob-weir-dmb-more-to-establish-music-mental-health-fund/ Wed, 25 May 2022 16:02:02 +0000 https://auctionclix.com/backline-sweet-relief-auction-items-by-bob-weir-dmb-more-to-establish-music-mental-health-fund/ back line and Sweet Relief Musicians Fund joined forces to establish the Music Mental Health Fund, which will help provide free therapy to music industry professionals in need. The organizations are holding an auction fundraiser to kick off the initiative, with unique prizes including signature guitars from Bob Weir, Sturgil-Simpsonand Judas Priest, Dave Matthews Band […]]]>

back line and Sweet Relief Musicians Fund joined forces to establish the Music Mental Health Fund, which will help provide free therapy to music industry professionals in need. The organizations are holding an auction fundraiser to kick off the initiative, with unique prizes including signature guitars from Bob Weir, Sturgil-Simpsonand Judas Priest, Dave Matthews Band tickets and other musical memorabilia.

Backline and Sweet Relief respectively provide mental health support and financial support to the music industry. Backline’s case management service assesses and directs music industry professionals to healthcare providers, organizations and financial services based on their needs, resources and location. Clients who are unable to afford mental health care recommended to them will now be able to apply for a grant through Sweet Relief’s Music’s Mental Health Fund, intended to cover uncovered costs for a specified number of sessions with a dedicated clinician.

To officially launch the fund, Sweet Relief and Backline are hosting an auction on social impact platform Propeller, hoping to raise $100,000 for the Music’s Mental Health Fund, enough to provide mental health resources to approximately 250 music industry professionals and family members in need. Bidding will end May 31 at 6 p.m. ET.

At auction are unique items, including Bishop Briggs‘ Customs Coachella attire, instruments signed by Chris Tile, david masonand Steve Martina signed, unpublished Dawes record, a signed album by Leon Bridgessigned prints Soundwave de My morning jacket, Fall out Boyand larry david, and more. There are also raffle opportunities to attend some of the best concerts and music festivals in the country, including the Disco Cookies, Luck Reunion, Lollapalooza, electric forest, and more. You could even enter for a chance to win a trip to meet mandy moore in LA View all auction items and raffles and place bids here.

Music lovers from all walks of life can participate in this monumental opportunity to support a program that removes stigma and financial barriers to accessing support.

Visit the Backline and Sweet Relief websites for more information about the organizations and the many ways they support music industry professionals.

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Silent Auction Items/Experiences Needed for All School Reunion – Wadena Pioneer Journal https://auctionclix.com/silent-auction-items-experiences-needed-for-all-school-reunion-wadena-pioneer-journal/ Fri, 20 May 2022 15:35:15 +0000 https://auctionclix.com/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.That’s where you or your business comes in. Do you have a product or service you could donate to the silent auction?Consider making a donation […]]]>

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.
That’s where you or your business comes in. Do you have a product or service 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 will be a great opportunity to bid on local produce and help support WDC students. Many returning alumni have probably benefited from some sort of scholarship in the past and this is a great way to give back. Of course, if you’re not looking to take something home, consider the 50/50 draw that will take place at the meeting with a winner to be announced at Saturday’s parade. It’s a chance to fill your pocket with money while donating to the scholarship fund. It will also be possible to simply donate a specific scholarship of your choice during the silent auction which should be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday. Winners will be contacted after the event closes.

If you have an item, experience (guided fishing/hunting trip, etc.) or basket of items you would like to donate, contact Kandi Kelderman at 218-639-1855 or kandacekeld@yahoo.com or Katie Polman at 218 -632-2156 or kpolman@wdc2155.k12.mn.us. Articles can be dropped off at the college/high school office until Thursday, June 8th. If you need help retrieving an item, please contact the organizers.
If you would like to bid on these items, plan to check them out at the school on Friday, June 10 and Saturday, June 11 at the All Schools Meeting. The objects will be installed in the common part of the college/high school.

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Christie’s Will auctions items from the Hubert de Givenchy collection – Robb Report https://auctionclix.com/christies-will-auctions-items-from-the-hubert-de-givenchy-collection-robb-report/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 16:07:32 +0000 https://auctionclix.com/christies-will-auctions-items-from-the-hubert-de-givenchy-collection-robb-report/ French aristocrat and couturier Hubert de Givenchy gave the world a myriad of memorable designs, including the little black dress worn by Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. But when he died in 2018, he also left behind a huge treasury of well-chosen works of art, and in June Christie’s Paris will put 800 of […]]]>

French aristocrat and couturier Hubert de Givenchy gave the world a myriad of memorable designs, including the little black dress worn by Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. But when he died in 2018, he also left behind a huge treasury of well-chosen works of art, and in June Christie’s Paris will put 800 of his works up for sale, along with more than 400 pieces of furniture and decoration. .

One of the works, the 1968 canvas by Joan Miro The migratory bird, has never been on the secondary market before, and is estimated to fetch around $2.6-3.7 million. There is also choice European furniture made in the 18th and 19th centuries, including a Louis XV neoclassical ebony flat desk attributed to Joseph Baumhauer, which is estimated to cost around $1 million. .

The most expensive estimate, however, is for Alberto Giacometti’s bronze walking woman, designed in the early 1930s and sunk in 1955, is expected to fetch between $22 and $33 million. Standing about five feet tall, the work – a gift from Bunny Mellon, a friend and close client of Givenchy – has the exaggeratedly slender proportions typical of the artist’s later and more famous work, although it was imagined much earlier, in his surrealist period.

Giacometti’s Bronze walking woman statue.

Courtesy of Christie’s

“This is the very first treatment of the walking figure, a subject to which he will cling all his career”, explains Anika Guntrum, vice-president of Christie’s France. She adds that the piece has another resonance in a fashion context, given that the tall, slender, straight female form unmistakably resembles “a model or dummy – very fitting in a way”.

For anyone who can’t find the funds to purchase such a treasure, the Cleveland Museum of Art is currently offering a hit show about the artist. “Alberto Giacometti: towards the ultimate figure”, with 60 works, will be in place until June 12.

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ABT Foundation solicits last minute auction items, tickets for annual fundraiser still available https://auctionclix.com/abt-foundation-solicits-last-minute-auction-items-tickets-for-annual-fundraiser-still-available/ Fri, 29 Apr 2022 05:22:13 +0000 https://auctionclix.com/abt-foundation-solicits-last-minute-auction-items-tickets-for-annual-fundraiser-still-available/ (Seguin) — It’s not too late to make a donation this weekend to a good cause. Auction prices are still up for this year’s Ann & Bethany Bertling and Tristan Gonzalez Foundation (ABT) Annual Dinner and Dance. Each year, the awards help generate nearly 90% of the revenue raised at the annual event. This year’s […]]]>

(Seguin) — It’s not too late to make a donation this weekend to a good cause. Auction prices are still up for this year’s Ann & Bethany Bertling and Tristan Gonzalez Foundation (ABT) Annual Dinner and Dance.

Each year, the awards help generate nearly 90% of the revenue raised at the annual event. This year’s fundraiser is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Saturday at Columbus Hall in Seguin.

The foundation, established in memory of the three named individuals who died in a car accident in 2016, supports local youth involved in agricultural activities.

Jennifer Bertling, one of the nonprofit’s founders, says all donations are appreciated.

“It’s the last Saturday in April every year, whatever that date is, but it’s at KC Hall and we’re accepting donations for live and silent auctions. They can range from small donations to large donations. People can also donate money to the event,” Jennifer said.

Husband Blake Bertling says they are making it easy for people to donate their prizes.

“They can either call and bring them to my shop, or they’ll call, and we’ll meet them and pick them up and then like the day before, April 29 and 30, we’ll be at KC Hall every other day and people can go drop them off at KC Hall,” Blake said.

Tickets for the event which includes the cost of a pork steak dinner plus two drinks and dancing are $50 for adults. The cost is also the same for young people aged 13 to 17. The cost for children ages 7-12 is $25. Children 12 and under are free. The meal for them is not included.

Doors open at 5 p.m. Saturday followed by dinner service from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Dancing will also follow with music from Clint Taft & The Buckwild Band. Those wishing to purchase tickets for the event may do so by stopping by Bertling Rentals located at 851 E. IH 10. The business is open Fridays from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. A limited number of tickets will be sold at the door.

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African art, Clinton memorabilia among items at Jim Blair auction in Fayetteville https://auctionclix.com/african-art-clinton-memorabilia-among-items-at-jim-blair-auction-in-fayetteville/ Sun, 24 Apr 2022 10:56:41 +0000 https://auctionclix.com/african-art-clinton-memorabilia-among-items-at-jim-blair-auction-in-fayetteville/ FAYETTEVILLE – Jim Blair is downsizing. He sells his 6,000 square foot home in Fayetteville and moves in with his wife, Nancy, in a condo about half that size. An online auction of more than 500 items from his home started last Sunday and will end today. It includes African art, a life-size reconstructed terracotta […]]]>

FAYETTEVILLE – Jim Blair is downsizing.

He sells his 6,000 square foot home in Fayetteville and moves in with his wife, Nancy, in a condo about half that size.

An online auction of more than 500 items from his home started last Sunday and will end today.

It includes African art, a life-size reconstructed terracotta soldier, and two campaign jackets from Bill Clinton’s 1992 run for president.

Browsing through some boxes, Blair came across a photo of his late wife, Diane, doing a New York Times crossword puzzle with Clinton.

Diane Blair was then hospitalized in their home in Fayetteville. She died of lung cancer in 2000.

Jim Blair said he would donate the photo, along with other newly discovered items, to the Special Collections at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, where Diane Blair’s papers are stored. She was a prominent professor of political science at the university.

“Everything people want to see, I’ve shredded,” said Jim Blair. “I can’t write a book until a lot of people die, and I’m afraid I’ll die first, so the book will probably never be finished. A lot of people breathed a sigh of relief about that, I Assumed.”

Blair, 86, is a well-known figure in Arkansas legal, business and political circles. He is probably best known as a former general counsel for Tyson Foods Inc. and as a close friend of Bill and Hillary Clinton.

Blair lived in the house on Tanglebriar Lane in Fayetteville for 46 years.

Raised by his grandparents in Fayetteville, Blair learned to read “by accident” at the age of 3. By the age of 19 he had graduated from college, and by 21 he had completed his law studies.

When he was 13, he said, a voice came through him as adults argued in a meeting at First Baptist Church.

“I’m sitting there on a Wednesday night listening to all of this, and God is telling me to come up and grab the mic and tell these people to stop it,” Blair said. “Do I think God talks to 13-year-old boys? I don’t think so. I think it must have been some kind of self-hypnosis. But I go up, I pick up the mic, I chew the congregation of the First Baptist Church of Fayetteville.”

Blair said the incident marked him as perhaps more religious than he actually was.

By the time he was 18, Blair was an ordained Baptist minister.

A few years later, things changed.

“On the question of segregation, the church in 1957 was not standing on what was clear to me – if you believe the Bible and you believe Christianity, you cannot be a segregationist,” Blair said, referring to the crisis at Little Rock Central High.

“At that point, I just had to leave the church,” he said.

While attending college in Fayetteville, Blair made milkshakes and malts at Jug Wheeler’s Drive-In on Dickson Street and was a janitor at the Baptist Student Union, he said in a 2008 interview with the David and Barbara Pryor Center in Fayetteville.

As a young lawyer at a Springdale firm, one of Blair’s main clients was Tyson Foods.

By 1980, he had become the company’s in-house counsel.

Blair said he was often involved in politics, but not as a candidate.

“I never wanted to hold a position,” he told the Pryor Center. “Well, I’m saying I never wanted to hold office. I mean, I fantasized when I was young that the greatest job in the world would be to be a United States Senator. Now, in getting older, I managed to be associated with so many U.S. senators, I decided it wasn’t a good job after all.”

Blair married Margaret Gibson in 1957, according to the Pryor Center interview. They divorced in 1974 and he married Diane Divers Kincaid in 1979. After Diane’s death in 2000, Blair married Nancy Beth Horton, a Marshall native, in 2005.

Blair’s grandfather and great-grandfather were born in Marshall.

Blair has been a donor for many causes. In 2002, he announced a $3 million donation to the Fayetteville Public Library, which named its new building Blair Library after his late wife, grandmother and aunt, according to the Fayetteville website. the library.

“What little money I had, I made most of it from the stock market or the commodities market,” Blair said at the Pryor Center in 2008. “And I sat thinking the ‘other day I ‘ I made a little over $5 million on the commodities market, and I gave away all that money. And I gave away a substantial portion of what I made on the stock market.

Although there’s a lot in the auction, Blair said he’s given away a lot already. Much of his art went to the Museum of Native American History in Bentonville.

Rusty Brockman of Rarity Ventures in Fayetteville purchased the assets of Blair’s home in Tanglebriar. Brockman said it’s not the biggest domain he’s purchased, but it’s unique.

“Basically we’re just trying to clean it up” so he can sell it, Brockman said.

The auction is online at https://bit.ly/3k4nqUv.

Blair said work on the condo had been completed for almost three years. He and Nancy started spending two nights a week there, then three nights a week.

Three weeks ago, when he decided to get rid of the house, the Blairs started staying in the condo when they were in Fayetteville. They also have a part-time home in North Miami Beach, Florida.

Blair said he recently realized he accidentally visited 47 states. He will therefore make it his duty to visit others. He and Nancy recently returned from a trip to West Virginia. Now he only has to visit North Dakota and New Hampshire.

“I’ve been to 107 countries and I’ve been to 48 states, and I hear all these people on the internet giving all these global opinions on global affairs and national affairs that have never gone anywhere,” a- he declared. “You don’t really understand the world if you haven’t traveled the world. You don’t understand the United States if you haven’t traveled the United States.”

Blair said he won’t really miss the things that are being auctioned off. What pained him the most was having to repatriate Boston Blackie, the 110-pound labradoodle he’s had for nine years. But the new owner brought Boston Blackie a few times to visit the Blairs.

Nancy Blair said she and her husband discussed end-of-life wishes.

“He told me what he wanted on his tombstone,” she said. “I said, ‘That’s really good. That says a lot about you. I said, ‘You have to write it for me.’

“He said, ‘I don’t need it. I’ll remember it. “”

“What I said I wanted there,” Jim Blair said, “is ‘I’m satisfied with my belief that I’ve done more good than bad. “”

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Silent Auction Items Needed for Lincoln Home Fundraiser https://auctionclix.com/silent-auction-items-needed-for-lincoln-home-fundraiser/ Wed, 13 Apr 2022 12:15:00 +0000 https://auctionclix.com/silent-auction-items-needed-for-lincoln-home-fundraiser/ The Lincoln Home is celebrating 95 years of serving seniors and the community in Lincoln County. On August 20, a Roaring Twenties Lawn Party is planned for the 95th anniversary with dancing to The Boneheads, delicious food, drinks, champagne toast, games, a photo booth and a silent auction. Lincoln Home needs your support. Please consider […]]]>

The Lincoln Home is celebrating 95 years of serving seniors and the community in Lincoln County. On August 20, a Roaring Twenties Lawn Party is planned for the 95th anniversary with dancing to The Boneheads, delicious food, drinks, champagne toast, games, a photo booth and a silent auction. Lincoln Home needs your support. Please consider donating an item or service for the silent auction. Donations and all proceeds will help The Lincoln Home replace its aging roof.

Other fun summer events planned include two outdoor concerts overlooking the Damariscotta River, featuring the Salty Boyz and Blazing Tomato food trucks, oysters, ice cream, drinks from Sadie the Bar Car and dancing. The first concert will take place on Thursday evening July 14 with The Boneheads, and the second, on Friday evening September 23, with the Don Campbell Band. All proceeds will help Raise the Roof.

The Lincoln Home is one of Maine’s last remaining non-profit, self-contained homes and receives no federal or state funding. The collaboration and support of individual, family and corporate members are the cornerstones of our continued success. This year we celebrate our 95th anniversary. The legacy continues, steeped in tradition, honoring our elders, committed to building our future.

To donate an item or service to the silent auction, please contact Brigit Cavanagh at brigit@lincoln-home.org. Tickets for all three events are available at www.lincoln-home.org/events or by calling 207-563-3350.

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Breeders Accepting Auction Items Saturday – The Troy Messenger https://auctionclix.com/breeders-accepting-auction-items-saturday-the-troy-messenger/ Wed, 23 Mar 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://auctionclix.com/breeders-accepting-auction-items-saturday-the-troy-messenger/ The Pike County Ranchers Equipment Auction is scheduled for Saturday, April 2 at Cattleman Park. Auction items will be accepted beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday, March 26 at Cattleman Park Cattleman BB Palmer said auction items will be accepted until 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. “Next week, March 28-31, […]]]>

The Pike County Ranchers Equipment Auction is scheduled for Saturday, April 2 at Cattleman Park.

Auction items will be accepted beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday, March 26 at Cattleman Park

Cattleman BB Palmer said auction items will be accepted until 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

“Next week, March 28-31, the Cattlemen will be at Cattleman Park Monday through Thursday accepting auction items from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.,” Palmer said. “No items will be accepted on Friday, April 1, so Cattlemen get a full inventory of ‘for sale’ items.”

Palmer said most of the items up for auction will be farm equipment — tractors, trailers, all kinds of drives and whatever the farm needs.

“We will also have a variety of trucks and cars,” he said. “We always have home furniture, housewares, patio furniture, antiques. You never know what might appear. We had a trailer, a vending machine and a stagecoach. You never know.

The Pike County Breeders Equipment Auction will begin at 8 a.m. on Saturday, April 2 and will close when all items are sold.

There is no admission to the auction. Everyone is welcome to bring items and purchase items at great prices.

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Radio Telethon Auction Items Announced https://auctionclix.com/radio-telethon-auction-items-announced/ Mon, 21 Mar 2022 21:56:24 +0000 https://auctionclix.com/radio-telethon-auction-items-announced/ This basketball autographed by Ohio State basketball player and NBA great Jerry Lucas will be auctioned March 30 at the 50th Ernie Blankenship Memorial Radio-Telethon. Photo submitted This ball signed by several Ohio Sate Buckeyes will be auctioned during the radio-telethon. Photo submitted Radio-telethon will see this photo of Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow up […]]]>

This basketball autographed by Ohio State basketball player and NBA great Jerry Lucas will be auctioned March 30 at the 50th Ernie Blankenship Memorial Radio-Telethon.

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This ball signed by several Ohio Sate Buckeyes will be auctioned during the radio-telethon.

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Radio-telethon will see this photo of Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow up for auction.

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The 50th Annual Ernie Blankenship Memorial Radio-Telethon taking place on Wednesday, March 30 will feature several auction items in the Hillsboro portion of the event being held at The Orpheum on North High Street in Hillsboro.

This year’s host, NCB, donated a one-night stay for two at one of three resorts at the French Lick Springs Hotel with a round of golf at the Valley Springs Golf Course.

Merchants National Bank donated an autographed photo of Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow.

The Rotary Club of Hillsboro donated a 2014 Ohio State National Championship football presented to running back Dontre Wilson. It is autographed by Wilson, Joey Bosa, Darron Lee, Vonn Bell, Curtis Samuel and many other players and coaches.

Crowe Financial donated a basketball autographed by Jerry Lucas, member of the Ohio State NCAA Champion Basketball Team, two-time National Player of the Year, Olympic Gold Medalist, NBA Rookie of the Year and member of the NBA Hall of Fame.

DQ Grill and Chills of Wilmington and Mt. Orab donated a baseball autographed by Tony Perez, member of the Cincinnati Reds Big Red Machine World Series champions.

The Cincinnati Bengals donated a set of miscellaneous memorabilia, including a poster, the season’s schedule and a Cincinnati Bengals hat autographed by tight end Mitch Wilcox.

iHeart Radio’s John Barney has donated four tickets to a Keith Urban concert to be held on July 16 at the Riverbend Music Center.

The Cincinnati YMCA donated a one-year family membership to the Highland County Family YMCA.

In Hillsboro, the radio-telethon begins at 7 p.m. and ends at 9 p.m. Bids can be placed in person or by calling 937-402-5557. Auctions will end at 8:45 p.m. Items will be on display at NCB’s main office in Hillsboro until the day of the event.

The Greenfield Rotary Club event will air live the same evening from the studio at McClain High School from 7-9 p.m. on WVNU radio and the Spectrum community access channel in the Greenfield area.

Information for this story was provided by radio-telethon organizer Rocky Coss.

This basketball autographed by Ohio State basketball player and NBA great Jerry Lucas will be auctioned March 30 at the 50th Ernie Blankenship Memorial Radio-Telethon.

This ball signed by several Ohio Sate Buckeyes will be auctioned during the radio-telethon.

Radio-telethon will see this photo of Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow up for auction.

50th Annual Event March 30 at NCB

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