Thursday, November 13, 2014

Mission Auction has something for EVERYONE

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This Saturday night is Celebration Community Church’s 11th Annual Community Mission Auction with all of the proceeds going to need-meeting ministries here in Hays and throughout the world.
Last year over $50,000 was raised in one night with all of the proceeds given away to local, national and international charities.
This Saturday beginning with a silent auction at 5pm and a live auction at 6:30pm, close to 300 items will be offered.
Here is just a partial list of some of the auction items that are available.
Handmade KU & KSU quilts by C3 Quilting Ministry
4 Motorized Children’s vehicles from Auto World
Reserved Front Row Parking at C3 for 1 year
Autographed football by KSU Head Coach Bill Snyder
Traeger Grill Pellets from Horizon Appliance
FHSU Season Basketball Tickets
Toy John Deere Combine from Carrico Implement
Tiger Striped area rug from Centennial Carpets
KC Royals tickets, autographed baseballs and trading cards
FHSU & HHS stadium seats
Massage and Face treatment from Heavenly Bodies
$200 gift certificate to James Motor Company
Inspire Body Mind & Spirit Gift Certificates
Certificates for Gymnastics Classes from Heartland Gymnastics
Greg Hobbs’ Fish Fry for up to 20 people
Kyle’s Chicago Style Hot Dog Feed for 20 people
Zoom Whitening from Lifetime Dental Care
DeWalt 1/2" drill/driver kit
Mary Kay Gift Certificates
Oil Change Packages
Little Darlin’ Shopping Spree
Girls Day Out
Julisa Haines Custom Photograph
Scentual Soap Basket
Christmas Cookie Creation Package
Jewelry Closet Cabinet
Branson Getaway Package
Home Décor like Wooden Signs from The Mustard Seed
Jesus SUPERMAN wall art
2 night/3 day stay at Wyoming Cabin from Bob & Sabrina Symns
Romance Baskets; Pampered Mom Baskets; Manly Man Basket
Family Fun Night Basket- games, snacks, movies
Date Night Baskets w/dinner gift cards & other great stuff!
Raffles, door prizes, music, food and LOTS, LOTS More!!


Your pastor and partner in ministry AND MISSION,

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