4-H AUCTION SET TODAY, SUNDAY
Need a new metal gate? How about 10 yards of rock fill, delivered to your home?
OK, how about a new clock, mirror, hair products, 18 holes of golf, pigskin work gloves, four days of dog boarding at a kennel, or dinner out?
Just about something for anyone is being auctioned off today and Sunday during the annual 4-H Leaders Association Radio Auction.
Lists of the items being auctioned are available in the March 1 editions of The Nickel and The Valley News, and the items are being described on KCMB-FM 104.7 radio.
The auction is the sole annual community-wide fund-raiser put together by the volunteer 4-H
The money raised during the auction helps fund leadership programs for the adult volunteers and 4-H members, helps underwrite trips to training sessions, and is the primary funding method for ribbons and prizes for 4-Hers competing at the Union County Fair.
The auction continues until 2 p.m. today and restarts Sunday at noon, continuing until 4 p.m. Along with the auction, the radio time provides a chance for 4-H members to explain their involvement and learning experiences in the 4-H program.
Today: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Sunday: 12 noon to 4 p.m.
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