Silent auction items/experiences needed for All-School Reunion

Money from the silent auction goes to the scholarship fund to support students in their future.

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WADENA — With the All-School Reunion coming up June 10-12, the planning committee is looking to have a fantastic silent auction event to help raise money for the student scholarship fund.
This is where you or your business comes in. Do you have a product or service you could donate to the silent auction?
Consider making a donation to help add to the exciting lineup of events planned during the weekend. The donations help support graduating Wolverines now and in the future.

All-School Reunion committee member Kandi Kelderman said that this silent auction will be a great chance to bid on local goods and help support students at WDC. Many returning alumni likely benefited from some sort of scholarship in the past and this is a great way to give back. Of course, if you are not looking to have to take something home with you, consider the 50/50 raffle that will be going on during the reunion with a winner to be announced at the parade on Saturday. That's a chance at filling your pocket with cash while donating to the scholarship fund. There will also be an opportunity to simply give to a specific scholarship of your choosing at the silent auction which is scheduled to be open from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m to noon on Saturday. Winners will be contacted following the closing of the event.

If you have an item, experience (Guided fishing/hunting trip, etc.) or basket of items you wish to donate, contact Kandi Kelderman at 218-639-1855 or or Katie Polman at 218-632- 2156 or Items can be dropped off at the middle/high school office up until Thursday, June 8. If you need help with pickup of an item, please reach out to organizers.
If you'd like to bid on these items, plan to check them out at the school Friday, June 10 and Saturday, June 11 during the All-School Reunion. The items will be set up in the commons area of the middle/high school.

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