The June 30th auction donation deadline is quickly approaching for the Gold Diggin' Auction, to be held Wednesday, July 13, at ACB's golden anniversary convention. You can bid on great vacation getaways to Cancun and the Florida Keys! High-tech bargains await the lucky bidders such as Humanware's 18-cell Apex. There will be Black Hills gold jewelry and uniquely handcrafted merchandise which will include Native American dreamcatchers. The famous ACB Quilt will be sold to the highest bidder. This quilt is truly a work of art and captures important history of ACB. There will be celebrity auctioneers and item describers for your information and entertainment.
Best of all, the proceeds help ensure that ACB can continue to provide its outstanding programs, which makes this an event you won't want to miss. From food, sports memorabilia to technology, vacations to incredible gifts for friends and family, there's something for everyone.
We're relying on you, both affiliates and individuals, to provide donations for the auction, and we ask you to continue your outstanding support of this event. If you or your affiliate will be donating something to the auction, please provide information about the item, including a brief description and approximate dollar value, to Eunice Ketterling by June 30. You may provide her with this information by mail at 301 W. 5th St., Bottineau, ND 58318, by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at (701) 871-1445.
If you choose not to bring your item to the convention, you may send it to Carol Ewing at the following address: Carol Ann Ewing - ACB, Mir Mir's Café, 1001 E. 9th St., Building C-120, Reno, NV 89512; phone (702) 524-8444.
Please join us to dig for gold and provide lots of green for ACB!
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