Figure skating club auction underway

The 100 Mile House Figure Skating Club is having their Third Annual Facebook Auction.

The club’s fundraiser started on Dec. 9 and will run until Dec. 15, closing at 6 p.m.

Over 40 items are available to bid on, including handcrafted wax candles, fleece blankets, a ceramic utility heater and many more. All of the items have been donated from local businesses.

Each item has a reserve bid posted in the description of the photo. After someone begins at the reserve bid, anybody can make a bid as long as it’s $1 or more. No cent bids are allowed and if they do happen, will be rounded to the next dollar amount.

Bids are to be made in the photo’s comment area.

After the auction closes on Dec. 15 at 6 p.m., the highest bidder on each item will be notified on Facebook.

Items can be picked up between 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. from Dec. 18 to 21. Arrangements must be made for pick up if the item can’t be collected during that time frame. If not, the item will go to the second highest bidder on Dec. 22.

Cash, money orders, certified cheques, personal cheques and eTransfers are allowed. Winners who live out of town will need to pay shipping fees.

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