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Author Topic: Charity auction in 2009 ?  (Read 12286 times)
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« on: February 01, 2009, 01:02:32 am »

With the current uncertainty with camp site allocations and reduced numbers attending this years race do to credit crunch and such. Also DFH not having the stage , bar and big party also due to reduced numbers.

Is there likely to be a charity auction this year ?

I know it is soon to ask, but ideally need to know prior to Sebring if possible so that I can sort out something as my donation for this year, so that I can get drivers signitures at Sebring.

I also have another signed item if we do hold the auction again, that I collected way back in August 2008.

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« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2009, 06:48:28 am »

Well does anyone know if the auction will happen this year because I am at the point where i will need to be ordering my planned donation for the auction if it is going ahead again.

Anyone who organises the auction, please respond ASAP one way or the otherwise my donation of my item won't be able to happen as i have planned.

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« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2009, 08:45:11 pm »

Well if anyone's feeling charitable, Beermountain have decided to have a raffle to support the Gurkha welfare fund following their recent treatment by the government, plus I suspect one or two of them have a crush on Joanna Lumley.

So if any of you want a stab at winning a signed Jean Alesi visor, a signed Satoru Nakajima visor, Rolling Stones Riesling wine (worth $125), an England Football with printed signatures or a Beermountain limited edition t-shirt and more, tickets will be on sale from them in Maison Blanche at 5 till their shindig on Thursday afternoon
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« Reply #3 on: June 04, 2009, 01:47:28 am »

Well if anyone's feeling charitable, Beermountain have decided to have a raffle to support the Gurkha welfare fund following their recent treatment by the government, plus I suspect one or two of them have a crush on Joanna Lumley.

So if any of you want a stab at winning a signed Jean Alesi visor, a signed Satoru Nakajima visor, Rolling Stones Riesling wine (worth $125), an England Football with printed signatures or a Beermountain limited edition t-shirt and more, tickets will be on sale from them in Maison Blanche at 5 till their shindig on Thursday afternoon


Or of course you can just contribute to the Club Arnage Charities via the links through the Fantastic CA Guide!  Grin
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