Small-hold­ers’ auc­tion ready for ac­tion

The Tribune (NZ) - - COMMUNITY INFORMATION - VIC­TO­RIA CRAFAR

and fur­ni­ture.

Ron says the club cleared about $10,000 from the event, with all funds fed back into com­mu­nity projects.

The same will hap­pen with this year’s pro­ceeds.

‘‘Funds raised will ben­e­fit fu­ture com­mu­nity projects and ev­ery­one at­tend­ing can con­trib­ute ei­ther by buy­ing or sell­ing. En­try will be by gold coin do­na­tion which will go to the Palmer­ston North Res­cue He­li­copter ser­vice.’’

A to­tal of $2500 was do­nated to the ser­vice from en­try fees last year.

De­liv­er­ies will be taken from 6.30am and the auc­tion at 682 Po­hang­ina Rd, Po­hang­ina starts at 10am.

For more in­for­ma­tion, email small­hold­ers@ya­hoo.co.nz

PHOTO: WAR­WICK SMITH

Last year’s Ash­hurst Po­hang­ina Lions Club an­nual small-hold­ers auc­tion at McDon­ald’s farm, Po­hang­ina Val­ley. Auc­tion­eer Peter For­rest knocks down a stuffed emu for $380.

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