Register and start bidding now at:  www.rtva.ca
 
 
Sarnia, ON / 25 October 2017 – The 34th annual Rotary auction is coming up on November 19th.  Bidders will get the chance to purchase hundreds of items from generous donors across the Sarnia- Lambton region.
 
Rotarians are currently gathering all of the donations for the auction which will be viewed online at www.rtva.ca in the coming weeks.  Rotarians are still making all of their calls to donors so if you have not yet been contacted that will happen in the near future.
 
Check out the website early and often as new items will be added right up to the start of bidding.  If you want the excitement of a live auction and to learn a little bit more about the items up for sale tune into the live auction and see Rotarians and guest celebrities on camera. 
 
Register and start bidding now at:  www.rtva.ca
 
The auction will again be live on YourTV from 2 to 9 PM Sunday November 19.  All items will be placed in a block and sold sequentially until the block closes.  Online bidders can bid early and up until the bell rings at YourTV at the end of the block.
 
Auction items make a great Christmas gift.  An online credit card purchase option will also be available this year making purchases easy and convenient.  The item may be picked up at the Rotary office on 1210 Michigan road (beside Pathways). 
 
“We are so very grateful for the support of our community in donating items for the auction “– said Rotarian Jenny Greensmith who is one of the auction organizers.
 
Welcome back to all regular and new bidders – there are great deals to be had and the on-line payment option is so convenient!”
 
Rotary Club of Sarnia uses proceeds raised by the Rotary auction to benefit local projects, including the Club’s recently completed $1 million dollar pledge to Bluewater Health, and our $600,000 pledge to Pathways Health Centre for Children. 
 
The Rotary Club of Sarnia is supported through the activities of more than 55 members, who are local business and organization leaders representing a variety of vocations. Rotary Sarnia maintains an active program, focusing on special needs children, youth leadership development, community betterment, and vocational ethics, as well as international peace, aid and development. The Rotary Club of Sarnia meets every Tuesday at the Dante club.
 
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For further information, please contact:
 
Mike Elliott, media relations               
The Rotary Club of Sarnia
Tel. 519-346-3291                                 
 
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