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Preview Auction Fest’s Club 30 This Friday

April 5, 2018
Emmetsburg News

Auction Fest at Emmetsburg Catholic School is celebrating 30 years. The annual fundraising event is Saturday, April 7.

The public can preview Get Funky at Auction Fest's Club 30 this Friday, April 6, at two events at Corrigan Hall.

The Auction Fest committee will host Emmetsburg Chamber of Commerce Friday morning coffee. The coffee is from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. The public is invited to view Corrigan Hall decorated as disco Club 30. Coffee and treats will be served.

The Friday evening Preview Party is from 5 to 7 p.m. at Corrigan Hall. This event is open for the public to participate in three fund raising events.

"Boogie Bodega" allows individuals to make a donation in exchange for a gift that is on display. This is a Friday only event.

Half Chance allows individuals to make a donation for a chance to sin 50-percent of the proceeds of a cash prize. The winner will be announced at 6:30 p.m. Friday.

Disco Funk Fever Game will be played Friday and Saturday. Individuals can purchase a chance, then spin the wheel for either one, two or three times the ticket entries. The lucky winner receives either ECS H.O.P.E. gift certificates valued at $200, or a set of Apple Air Pods. The prizes were donated by Marty and Jessica Geelan and Steve and Sandy Pelzer.

Tickets to win a hand-made quilt will also be available Friday and Saturday. The quilt was donated by Dr. Dan and Jean Reedy.

"Mow"-Town Sweepstakes tickets are also available Friday and Saturday. Here is a chance to win a Hustler Raptor Limited Turn Lawn Mower or cash. Tickets are limited. This prize was donated by Woodford Equipment, Pat and Tina Joyce, and Ron Riha from Ameriprise.

Auction Fest Club 30

The 30 year anniversary of Auction Fest will be celebrated Saturday, April 7. Mass at Holy Family Church is at 4:30 p.m. The doors to Club 30 (Corrigan Hall) open at 5:30 p.m. for guests. Games and the Silent Auction are open for guests.

Guest speaker for the event is Emmetsburg Catholic School alumnus Col. Margaret (Kibbie) Blais.

The evening includes dinner and live auction. Items on the life auction range in value from $400 to over $2,900, with additional items that are "priceless."

Proceeds from Auction Fest enable a quality, faith-filled education for all students that choose to attend Emmetsburg Catholic School.

 
 
 

 

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