St. Michaels' Sixth Annual Silent Auction

by Lisa Ahronian
March 17, 2013

IT'S TIME to travel "Around the World in 80 Bids."  Bring a friend and enjoy the evening!

Many great items available - Arts & Entertainment, Food & Spirits, Health & Beauty, Kids, Services and Sports - Go to our website http://www.stmichaelshollistonma.org/auction/ for additional item details.

RAFFLE items available - Ends with a LIVE AUCTION

All net proceeds return to the community in outreach grants - Outreach projects are listed on our website.
Entrance $10 includes hors d'oeuvers, dessert, beverages while you browse.

Donated items are welcome. Please contact us at info@stmichaelshollistonma.org by March 24.

JOIN US and help us help those in need!

 

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