WESTFIELD - There will be hundreds of fantastic items up for auction Saturday, May 5, when the Westfield/Mayville Rotary Club opens the doors of the Firemen's Exempt Hall located at 75 Bourne Street in Westfield.
Start out the evening with a luscious chicken barbecue to be served between 5 and 7 p.m. The auction begins at 6 p.m., with the inimitable auctioneer extraordinaire David Brown.
A silent auction will precede the live auction, and don't miss the popular wine raffle plus a $500 drawing. Tickets costs $10 per person and can be purchased by calling auction chair Tom Berkhouse at 326-4507, Harry Barton at 326-4229 or any Rotarian.
Some of the live auction items include: Lake Erie fishing charter out of Dunkirk; silk art framed by Jim Thompson, 1906 to 1967, fabric used in "The King and I"; one Westfield overnight Candle Light Lodge Bed and Breakfast reservation for two: day/evening gate pass and parking for two at Chautauqua Institution; a Sunday brunch for two at the Hotel Athenaeum at Chautauqua; two tickets on the 30-yard line at a Buffalo Bills game; a red 15-foot Colman canoe, slightly used with complete accessories, seats three; a gift card for Chautauqua Institution for any event; a Fiesta gas grill; two tickets to Crosby, Still and Nash concert June 23 in Erie; one set of seven glitzy rings of different colors; heavy glass tall carboy; a margarita party basket; a set of Emeril cookware; Paula Deen cookware; and a Pause After Claus cocktail party for three groups of six people between Christmas and New Years Eve; a 90-minute Irish-American music show with Doc Hamels and Bill Drellow; a round of golf for four with carts at Pinehurst Golf Club; two one-year memberships to Westfield YWCA; "We Fix It" Plantrol one-hour services for PC's, laptops and virus removal; and Purse and Aquage hair products.