The Westfield/Mayville Rotary Club's May 10 auction committee has made known a few of the items that will be up for sale during its after-dinner auction.
With spring now upon us, golfers will want to bid on either of two courses. Now celebrating its 100th anniversary, Chautauqua Golf course offers a special package for two 18 holes with cart during the season. The same is offered at Chautauqua Point Golf course.
A day off for two people includes massages, a facial, manicure, pedicure plus wine and money for dinner. This all can be had from Bella's Salon and Day Spa in North East, PA, for the winning bidder.
No one would give up the opportunity for a one-week stay at Westgate Resorts in Orlando, FL. Valued at $1,000, this Deluxe Villa sleeps up to eight guests and is minutes away from Disney and other Orlando attractions.
For man or woman, a 26-inch Raleigh Venture 7 speed bike has a limited life-time warranty with a free check-up at 100 150 miles.
A few other pieces to attract the bidders include a local favorite, Buffalo Bills tickets for two and a three-hour ride in a La Grand Elite Limousine for up to eight passengers. Also, dinner in the vineyard for three groups of four each on July 19 and a barbecue chicken dinner for three groups of six on Aug. 9.
David Brown will conduct the live auction which will follow dinner and auction-item browsing. Chicken will be barbequed outside by Chiavetta's staff with Rotarians inside serving dinner with the accoutrements and dessert. Also available will be free beer, soft drinks and coffee.
There's more! Drawings will be held for a $500 cash prize, a wine raffle, which means some one can win 40 or more selections of wine; and a 50/50 cash raffle.
Although Rotary prefers tickets - $10 per person - to be purchased by May 3, they will be available all week and at the door the evening of the auction, which will be held in Eason Hall, 23 Elm Street in Westfield. Tickets may be purchased from any Rotarian, Harry Barton at 326-4229 or Tom Berkhouse at 326-4507. All questions can be answered by Berkhouse.