Brethren Disaster Relief Auction ~ The Main Auction

Saturday, September 24

saturdays-auction-1

saturdays-auction-2

saturdays-auction-3

saturdays-auction-4I never saw a mouse trap like this. 🙂

saturdays-auction-5

saturdays-auction-6

saturdays-auction-7

saturdays-auction-8

saturdays-auction-9

saturdays-auction-10

saturdays-auction-11

saturdays-auction-12

saturdays-auction-14

saturdays-auction-13

saturdays-auction-15

saturdays-auction-16

saturdays-auction-17

saturdays-auction-29Frank led in opening devotions and audience singing.

saturdays-auction-18

saturdays-auction-19I know some of the auctioneers and runners, but since I don’t know each one, I will not give names.

saturdays-auction-20

saturdays-auction-21

saturdays-auction-22

saturdays-auction-23

saturdays-auction-24

saturdays-auction-25A few of the auction organizers in conversation.

saturdays-auction-26

saturdays-auction-27

saturdays-auction-28

saturdays-auction-30

saturdays-auction-31

saturdays-auction-32

saturdays-auction-33

saturdays-auction-34Linnea recording final bids.

saturdays-auction-35Meredith announcing the next item up for sale.

saturdays-auction-36

saturdays-auction-37Kevin and Angela serve on the auction committee.

saturdays-auction-39

saturdays-auction-38A 40th Anniversary pie in memory of Charlene who died suddenly earlier this year. Earl and Charlene served on the auction committee.

saturdays-auction-41

saturdays-auction-42

saturdays-auction-43Orpha watering flowers before this container was sold.

saturdays-auction-44These marble rollers are handmade and one or two are sold each year. They often sell for $500 or more – beyond my budget.

saturdays-auction-45

saturdays-auction-46

saturdays-auction-47

saturdays-auction-48These items were knitted by a blind woman.

saturdays-auction-49

saturdays-auction-50I stayed until this Winross model truck was sold. It was the only thing on which I planned to bid – if it didn’t go too high. Cerwin drove a propane truck for Myer’s, and was there for 40 years. However, the company changed names several times. Cerwin has two of these, so we didn’t need one, but Cerwin didn’t want it to sell for under $40.00. It went for $170.00. I did not even bid.

Tomorrow night will be my final post for BDRA – the quilts.

2 thoughts on “Brethren Disaster Relief Auction ~ The Main Auction

Leave a Reply