Results of the 5th Annual Wesley Silent Auction

Written by Wesley

On Nov 16, 2019

The 5th Annual Wesley Silent Auction concluded on a very successful note on Sunday November 10, 2019.  This year’s Auction was not on line and ended with a 15 minute ’Hidden Bid’ period.   41 items were auctioned and bidding was competitive, with over 150 bids placed.  In total $2,182 was raised through the auction, plus another $75.00 in monetary contributions and $39.00 through the Halloween costumes, for a total of $2,296.00.  These funds will support our upcoming Roofing Project and our 2019 Apportionments.

Thank you to all who generously contributed items and monetary gifts, along with our Business Sponsors, who provided items and gift cards. Bunkers, McDonalds, Old Navy, Red Eye, The Barbershop For Men, The Palms, Papillon’s, Target, Tribute and Trapp River Golf Courses.  Also thanks to all of the bidders.

Plans are underway for next year’s Auction.  We would like to hear feedback from you on this year’s Auction.  Please feel free to contact the Auction Committee with your thoughts and comments (Liz Schneider, Terri Kufalk, Deanna Diehl, Scott Orlikowski, Tou Yang, Brian Nelson, Dave Wilde, Greg Bardonner).

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