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WELCOME TO THE 20TH ANNUAL LAWRENCE COUNTY 4-H BENEFIT AUCTION!

This week, you aren’t just purchasing an item, you are enabling an experience.

4-H is a non-formal educational youth development program whose goal is to teach and to promote positive leadership, citizenship, and life skills through “learn by doing” hands-on activities. The aim is to provide these activities so the youth not only see and learn, but also take part in their own growth and development.

All proceeds go directly to the Lawrence County 4-H/Youth Development Program. All monies raised for the Lawrence County 4-H benefit the youth in the form of programming and educational resources. Without your financial support of the Lawrence County 4-H, we would not be able to continue our quality programs and create new endeavors. Therefore, we cannot thank you enough for supporting the Lawrence County 4-H, our youth, and tomorrow’s leaders.

THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING PATRONS WHO CONTRIBUTED MONETARY SUPPORT TO THE LAWRENCE COUNTY 4-H PROGRAM:

Center for Community Resources

Cris Home & Garden, LLC

Giordano Construction Co., Inc.

Ken Shiderly Construction, Inc.

… and an additional thanks to all those who support the Lawrence County 4-H Program throughout the year through salary deductions!

A HUGE THANK YOU to the auctioneers, volunteers, parents, 4-H members, donors, and especially the 4-H Auction Committee, who contributed so much to this year’s Lawrence County 4-H Benefit Auction.

A SPECIAL THANK YOU to Bobbi's Transportation and Friends of 4-H for storing our items and the Liberty Grange for hosting our item pick-up!

General Notes:

  • Please note some items from different donors have been combined. The Lawrence County 4-H Auction Committee reserves the right to combine items. We have limited space and time, and combining items increases the quality of the overall auction.
  • Some donation items are being reserved for the next benefit auction.
  • All sales are final.
  • If there are any discrepancies at closing, the bidder recorded on the top of the item's bidding history will be the winner.

Bidding:

  • Bidding opens on Sunday, December 6, 2020, at noon, and ends on Thursday, December 10, 2020, at 8:00 pm.
  • All buyers will need to create a FairEntry account.
  • If you have been outbid for an item, you will receive an email notifying you.

Pick-Up & Payment:

  • Pick-up for items is scheduled for Saturday, December 12, 2020, and Sunday, December 14, 2020, at the Liberty Grange, 3067 Harlansburg Rd, New Castle, PA 16101.
  • Buyers will be sent instructions about scheduling a pick-up time and other important information about a safe, no-contact, curbside pick-up.
  • Payment is due at pick-up in the form of cash, check, or money order.
    • Effective 3/18/2013: There will be a $35.00 service fee in addition to any bank fees for each returned check.

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