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Hartselle Enquirer

Burleson event benefits fine arts cause

By Staff
Tracy B. Cieniewicz, Hartselle Enquirer
The sixth annual Hartselle Historical Society silent auction and dinner benefit is set for Saturday, April 22. All proceeds will benefit the continued restoration and preservation of the historic F.E. Burleson School and Hartselle Fine Arts Center.
The silent auction will begin at 6 p.m. followed by dinner and entertainment.
Ann Hill of Oden House Cottage will provide the dinner menu featuring herb roast beef, green bean almondine, creamy potato salad, garden salad, bread and assorted desserts.
College Street Players, directed by Ed Balch, will provide entertainment.
Tickets are $50 per person and are tax-deductible. For tickets or information, call 773-0478. Dress is coat and tie.
Contributions in excess of $220,000 have been used since 2001 to repair and replace the building’s roof, restore columns, and install heating and air-conditioning on the main floor of the Hartselle Fine Arts Center. Five-year goals include balcony and auditorium restoration, handicap accessible elevator installation, and development of fine arts programs at the historic site. The annual silent auction is one of the organization’s largest annual fundraisers.
This year’s silent auction includes a variety of unique and valuable items donated by local businesses. Items are still being accepted and added to the list. To donate, contact Donyale Wooten at 751-1813. At press time, the list of donated items was as follows:
la-T-da!: Eight four-piece place settings and serving pieces of Royal Dolton’s Mardi Gras pattern.
Kama Salon: Gift basket
Polka Dots: Gift basket
Robin’s Nest: Fashion doll house
Hartselle Enquirer: Two one-year subscriptions
Amanda Studio K: Gift certificate for $149, includes free session and one 11 x 14 photo
Genesis Salon &Ragtime Antiques: Gift certificate
Quail Creek Golf Course and Conference Center: 18-hole golf fee and two golf towels
Minnie Belle’s: Gift basket
Maison Morgan: $50 gift certificate
Donyale Wooten: Thomas Kinkade print valued at $295
Slate and Son: Framing of Thomas Kinkade print valued at $400
Gilchrist Pharmacy: Gift basket with Burt’s Bees products
Beehive Bathhouse: Gift basket
O’Charley’s Restaurant: Four $10 VIP cards
Affordable Elegance Limousine Service: Donation
The Lighthouse Caf/: Four gift certificates
Drake Eye Care Center: $150 gift certificate to be used for eye exam, contacts, eye glasses or sun wear
Dr. James L. Joy, DDS: Free in-office bleaching valued at $400
Moss Audio Systems Inc: Audio Technica M20 headphones
Coldwell Banker Team Hartselle: Weekend beach vacation at The Plantation in Fort Morgan valued at $500
Bill Burdette State Farm Insurance: One week gulf side condo, two/three bedroom at Orange Beach
3M: Decorative 3M product basket
The Fudge Shoppe: Gift basket
Sam, Frank and Moore: Paintings
Daiken: Two original dolls
Creations by KP: Handcrafted nativity scene
Mitch Howell-Coon: Watercolor portrait valued at $400

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