Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Hand-crafted Items and Personal Benefits Added To Auction Offerings

Personal Training Sessions at Terry's Total Fitness, hand-crafted porch swings, Kentucky's Official musical instrument--a Dulchimer--hand-crafted out of cherry and sassafrass woods--these are some of the new items added recently to Habitat's Annual Benefit Auction offerings. One hundred dollar gift certificates from Nu-Look Cleaners, an ice cream parlor table and four chairs, voice, drama, dance instruction at Riverbend Academy, a private wine tasting and tour for twenty at Equus Run Vineyards in Midway, KY, and a three-day weekend rental of a mini-van--all await the successful bid on Friday evening, October 3rd, at Wolf"s Banquent & Convention Center.
Tickets for Habitat's Annual Dinner and Benefit Auction are $25/person and are available at Henderson Habitat for Humanity's office, 459 Klutey Park Plaza, across from the YMCA. A preliminary silent auction with light hors d'ouvres, complimentary beer and wine and entertainment by Michael & Jennifer D'Alto begins at 5:30pm. Dinner and live Action begin at 7:00pm. Proceeds from this event enable Habitat for Humanity to continue building safe, basic shelter affordable to households at the lower end of the economic scale. Tickets are available until September 29 and can be purchased by VISA, Mastercard, cash or checks made payable to Henderson Habitat. For more information, please call Steve Hargis at Habitat (270) 869-9011.
For a complete list of auction items posted previously, click on "older posts" at the bottom of this page and scroll down to August 13th's posting.

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