List of items for Hike/Bike/Run auction growing
Published 8:49 am Wednesday, April 18, 2018
VALLEY — Donated items are continuing to pour in for the annual Hike/Bike/Run Auction to benefit Valley Haven School. On Tuesday morning, Valley Haven Executive Director Craig Brown, Auction Committee Chairman Richard Bolt, Chris Miller of the Valley Haven staff and client Andy Price visited five local businesses to receive donations.
Dr. Jason Atherton Family Dentistry donated a check in support of the Hike/Bike/Run, Dr. Paige Collins of Collins Family Dentistry donated some certificates for free dental services, Kenny Knox gave some certificates for $400 worth of tires and services, David Monk of the SuperSonic Express Car Wash in Lanett provided a treat bag full of all kinds of goodies, and Steve Jenkins of Gibson’s Floor Covering, Lanett, donated a rug and some items made from the wood from a mill village house.
“They were tearing it down,” Jenkins explained. “Some of the wood was still in good shape. The young men with New Birth Ministry made some interesting items with that wood that makes for keepsake items for the home.”
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Tuesday’s donations add to an already-lengthy list of items. Donations will be accepted up until the day of the auction, which will be taking place at 5:30 p.m. EDT on Friday, April 27. Lots of people get there at 5 p.m. That’s when the doors open, and everyone can see the items that will be up for bids.
Other donations include: two sets of season tickets for productions by the New Horizon Theatre, a trailer and 45-horsepower motor from Mike and Barbara Hill, a set of two New York City wall paintings from Colorvision, birdhouses, bird feeders, a squirrel feeder and bee catchers from Charles Chapman, three oil changes from David’s Automotive in Lanett, an office chair from Loy’s Office Supplies, a last will and testament from West Point attorney and H/B/R Overall Chairman Don Cleveland, a Tigner Smoker Grill with instruction book and cookbook from Paul Crook, a cedar wardrobe closet, a computer desk with three bins and a computer desk with small and large drawers, a vintage matching couch and chair, a sewing machine table, a used ironing board, a curling iron and coffee maker and some Libby Duratuff green steamed glasses donated by Kathy Pickard.
More items are arriving daily. A longer list will be announced next week.