Abby McCorquodale and Louise Olesen contemplate making a bid between shifts volunteering at the Rotary Auction.

Rotary offers lots of deals

Port Hardy and Port McNeill Rotary Clubs joined forces once again to bring the annual Rotary Radio Auction to the North Island last weekend.

PORT HARDY—Hundreds of items went under the hammer last weekend as the Port Hardy and Port McNeill Rotary Clubs joined forces once again to bring the annual Rotary Radio Auction to the North Island.

This year marked the  28th installment of the annual fundraiser, which sees Rotarians auctioning off items donated from across the North Island and beyond.

The money was still being counted as the Gazette went to press but the total was understood to approaching last year’s total of $54,000.

The money raised will be used to fund Rotary projects on the North Island.

If you missed out, here are a few pictures from the event …

 

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