Brethren Disaster Relief Auction ~ Pole Barn Auction

This two-day disaster relief auction began in 1977 and has provided over $14,000,000.00 (yes, million) in disaster relief to victims of natural and manmade disasters around the world.


The Pole Barn auction was held on Saturday and is made up of new and good used items, garden tools, sports equipment, and furniture, and is popular with those who are looking for bargains – usually. As in any auction, not every item is a bargain.


dsc_6836Newlyweds can often find good deals in this building.

dsc_6841These look like something a gardener or farmer could use.

dsc_6844If you like clocks or refinishing furniture, you may also like this auction.


dsc_6845There were a variety of Norman Rockwell plates this year. I don’t expect they were valuable, or they would have been in the main auction.

dsc_6887For those who like biking.


Tomorrow night ~ The Craft Building & School Kits

4 thoughts on “Brethren Disaster Relief Auction ~ Pole Barn Auction

  1. Wow! That’s a lot of money. How wonderful that it goes to help those in need, and show them the love of Jesus. When we first came home from Africa we bought a lot of household things at auctions. Now I don’t need much anymore.

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