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"A Night Of Good Fortune" Coming Sept. 22nd
09/05/2012

Join us for an evening of food, beverages, student entertainment and a live and silent auction at the 18th annual Seward County Community College/Area Technical School Foundation Party Auction Saturday, Sept. 22. This year’s theme is “A Night of Good Fortune” and promises to be a fun-filled evening complete with a wide variety of live and silent auction items. The food will include pulled pork, brisket, potatoes, vegetables, desserts and a touch of oriental. Tickets for the auction, which are $25 per person, are now on sale. Tickets must be purchased in advance by Thursday, Sept. 20. Tickets may be purchased by credit card by calling 620-417-1131 or online at The Community Bank; Sunflower Bank; Byron Bird & Associates; KSCB; Scantlin’s Furniture; Al Shank Insurance; The Liberal Light; Mortgages Unlimited; First National Bank of Liberal; Southwest Agri Center (Kismet); Bank of Beaver City, Liberal/Turpin; Yoxall Antrim Yoxall Fitzgerald & McCaffrey; Versus Signs, Seward County Community College/Area Technical School; or from SCCC/ATS Foundation board members. Board members are George Roldan, Duane Bozarth, Al Shank, Jane Head, Jim Scantlin, Larry Mikles, Mellissa Brenneman, Gary Dunnam, Julio Jimenez, Don Owens, Lisa Hatcher, Stephanie Ormiston, Jaime Arredondo, Lidia Hook Gray, Tina Call and John Engel. Individuals or businesses who would like to donate a new or hand-crafted item, antiques or collectibles or cash to the Foundation Auction may call 620-417-1131. Proceeds from the auction provide scholarships for SCCC/ATS students. Childcare is provided by Saints Cheer and Dance Squad for $5 per child. Call 620-626-5878 for reservations.
© SCCC/ATS Press Release
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