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Many items up for auction

VALLEY — Many area businesses and individuals have donated items to be auctioned off at The Hike/Bike/Run Auction on Friday evening April 27th.

The Auction will be held at The Valley Community Center starting at 5:30 p.m. EDT. The doors will open at five o’clock so that people will be able to view the items before the auction starts. Food will be available.

Some of the Auction items include:

A 1994 Crest pontoon boat with trailer and Mariner Tracker 40 hp motor from Mike and Barbara Hill; a 2006 Ford F-456 Econoline bus, 21passenger, no lift, from Valley Haven School; a gift certificate for a set of four tires for a passenger vehicle from West Point Tire; $400 in-store gift certificate from Kenny Knox; 5-gallon buckets and lids from Letica; season tickets (2 sets of two seats each) from New Horizon Theatre;

A half-carat white gold necklace from Pawn City; a set of two New York City wall paintings and two used massage chairs from Colorvision; a set of bunk beds with ladder from Clark’s Interior’s, Inc.;

A Realtree hammock with stand from Marvin’s; a $200 in-store gift certificate from Hester’s Tire & Auto; one regular oil change certificate (no diesel)  passenger car or light truck from Hwy. 29 Express Lube; an area rug from Gibson’s Floor Covering; a $50 gift certificate toward dental services from Dr. Paige Collins Dentistry; carpet cleaned for two rooms and a hall from Cops Carpet; a 40-piece ratchet set from Auto Zone; a 32-inch LED HDLG T.V. from Badcock Home Furnishings;

A Stihl FSA56 cordless trimmer gift certificate from Batson-Cook Hardware; a one night’s stay at The Hampton Inn & Suites in Lanett; a Wildgame Innovations Cloak 10 Pro Lightsout Trail Camera from Chambley’s Quality Outdoor Products; bird houses, bird feeders, a squirrel feeder and bee catchers from Charles Chapman; a Craftsman 12-piece combination wrench set from Hometown Sears in Valley; three oil changes from David’s Auto; two oil change certificates for up to three times a year with 4,000 miles between for a passenger car (no diesel)  from Bryan’s Transmission; a six-pack Opti-4 SAE 30 four-cycle engine lubricant from Valley Lawnmower;

A Cuisinart juice extractor from Valley Wellness; three $100 gift certificates for flooring and carpets from Harris Carpets; a gift basket from the Super Sonic Express Car Wash; a case of 5W/30 motor oil from Fred’s Auto Parts & Service; five oil changes (no diesel) from Langley Motor Co.;

Two regular oil, lube, filter change certificates from Sandy’s Service Center; two 3 x 6 banner gift certificates from Norman’s Sign Shop; a gift basket from The Venue Apartments; Giant Bull grill from Grills and Frills; three gift certificates for one eight-inch round or square, one or two tier cake with your choice of icing from Dianne Harris; an assortment of new Christmas decorations from Patsy Royster;

An ultra-coil comfort office chair from Loy’s Office Supplies; a last will and testament for husband and wife and a last will and testament for one person from Don Cleveland, attorney at law; a Tigner smoker grill complete with instruction book and cookbook from Paul Crook; a metal media stand, cast iron door mat, and a display case and wrought iron plate rack from Beth Ames; a Dyson Ball DC25 vacuum cleaner for all floor types; two small four-drawer chest of drawers; a corner wood computer desk from Peggy Smith; Rainbow wet/dry vacuum with attachments;

A cedar wardrobe closet; a small four wooden shelf and a five wooden shelf cabinet; a computer desk with three bins and a computer desk with a small and a large drawer; a vintage matching couch and chair; a sewing machine table, a used four-cup coffee maker;

A T.V. table with hole already for cut for cable; a three-seater couch; a vintage set of Colonial Taylor, Smith and Taylor platinum blue dishes; some Libby Duratuff green steamed glasses; and the last five books that Danielle Steele has written, in excellent condition, from Kathy Pickard; a used Diamond Black tool box from Alex Hale; homemade napkin holder with salt and pepper sackers attached made by James McCallister;

Vintage Murray’s Quality Cookies plastic holder and a vintage popcorn tin can – gently used; a wood computer desk/hutch with file drawer, keyboard tray, cubby shelves, closed storage drawer; light up auto antlers; Perfect pressure cooker; nine cans spray FW1 wash and wax, one bottle Ibiz car wash, one bottle Ibiz waterless wash and wax protectant; Vortex-Pro 7700 digital video broadcasting satellite receiver- gently used; vintage Toastmaster home hair cutting set – gently used;

A used 18-inch girls bike, an antique desk with six drawers and a used Michelin 25565R17 spare tire from Robert Hale; a blue four-drawer chest of drawers; a used blue recliner and a full-size wood headboard and footboard with wood rails; an antique reel push grass cutter and antique scythe – used.

All of these items and many others still coming in will be auctioned this evening at Valley Community Center.

The Hike/Bike/Run walking, biking and running events will be Saturday, May 5.

At Hike/Bike/Run Day there will be children’s games free for the children to enjoy. Along with the kids games there will be free food for all participants.

Come on out on this Friday, April 27 and also May 5 and help support Valley Haven.

“Make plans to be a part of the fun and excitement of Hike/Bike/Run Auction and the Hike/Bike/Run,” said Craig Brown, executive director of Valley Haven School. “If you need more information on the Auction or Hike/Bike/Run, call us at Valley Haven at 756-7801 or 756-2868.”