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Bethany Beach Wave

1900 days ago   Article ID# 73047
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Relay for Life

BELLE HAVEN , VIRGINIA (Bethany Beach Wave) - Team Survivor and the Camden Family will hold a charity auction Saturday, Aug. 15, to benefit Relay for Life at the Exmore Moose Lodge.

The preview starts at 5 p.m. with a dinner buffet at 5:15 p.m. A meal of steamship roast beef, fried chicken, tuna fish, assorted vegetables, rolls, beverages and dessert will be offered for a $10 donation.

The auction starts at 6:30 p.m. and will be conducted by Chester and Linda Jackson.

There will be artwork by local artists, including Babbie Dunnington, Momma Girl, Vesna Dovis, Andy Dunton, Danny Marshall, P.G. Ross, Robert Lentz, Ed Kuhn, Carol Marshall, Dianne Appell, Michael Loring, Rose Ellen Taylor, Fred A Camden Jr., Arthur Leonard, Steve Hearne, Walter Oler, Albert Turner, David Crane, Willie Crockett, Shirley Elstrodt, Roland Elliott, Jessie Long, Carl Allums, Willie Crockett, Turner Sculpture, New Ravenna and Billy Crockett.

Collectibles include a hatch cover table; nauticalship light lamp; hand-crafted items by Weirwood Station, Mary Elizabeth Floyd and Jean Steelman; diamond earrings; a designer breast cancer bracelet, Longaberger baskets and many other items. A 1994 Mercury Grand Marquis will be available for viewing at the Moose all week.

There will also be a 50/50 drawing, basket raffle, silent auction, Chinese cake auction and door prizes.

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Updated 1900 days ago   Article ID# 73047

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