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Silent Auction Raises Money for 4-H Youth

 

August 15, 2019



Last minute bidding was intense at this year’s 4-H Silent Auction at the county fair, a testament to the fine craftsmanship and quality of the 4-Hers’ projects. Rheanna Schroeder’s octagon, outdoor coffee table received the highest bid at $200 by Jill Kolka. Justin Aye’s wooden plank bench brought $175 from Linda Kreiner and Jordyn Schroeder’s barnwood end table brought $110 from Matt Walker.

The silent auction was introduced many years ago by Tyler Gardner, a 4-H Woodworking alumni and entrepreneur. Tyler created the silent auction to enhance a 4-H member’s entrepreneurship...



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