Almost Time Santa’s Helpers Auction In Leduc

 

 
Volunteers for the 2012 Santa's Helpers Auction are out and asking for donations. Started by Earl Logan and Duane Rowles, as a way of raising money to purchase food and gift hampers for the less fortunate in Leduc and help make their Christmas brighter. 
This year marks the 29th annual Santa's Helpers Auction. Last year with the help of the merchants and citizens of Leduc, Santa's Helpers was able to raise $32, 951.90, our highest total to date, and deliver hampers to 653 people in Leduc, last Christmas. 
The Auction will be held at the Leduc Recreation Centre in the Co-op Field house on Dec. 1st. Pre-viewing will start at 10:00 a.m. with the live auction starting at 11:00 a.m.. 
This is a licensed event with food service provided by Hat Tricks. Raffle ticket prizes this year are a massage chair donated from Arctic Spas worth $3000, Leduc Co-op Home Centre and Gas Bar has donated $2000 in gift cards and  Leduc Goldsmiths has donated a $1000 gift certificate. 
Tickets can be purchased at Leduc Co-op Home Centre and Gas Bar, Leduc Goldsmiths, Pat and Cec's Auto Repair, Ruth's Deli or any one of our volunteers. 
To see the items that have been donated already check out our website  . You can also follow us on twitter @SHauction and like us on facebook Santa's Helpers Auction - Leduc. 
Please come down to the Leduc Recreation Centre on Dec. 1st, bid high, bid often, have some fun and help put a smile on a child's face this Christmas. Anyone who would like to donate can contact Dean Logan at 780-986-4328 or Kim Logan at 780-297-0816. We ask that donated items be new and unused.
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