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Auction to help children’s clubs

A girl beams about her "My Little Pony" at a local Boys and Girls Club. An auto auction on June 23 will benefit the clubs. (CONTRIBUTED)
A girl beams about her “My Little Pony” at a local Boys and Girls Club. An auto auction on June 23 will benefit the clubs. (CONTRIBUTED)

HUNTSVILLE – Boys & Girls Clubs of North Alabama is teaming up with Dealers Auto Auction of Huntsville for an auction on June 23.

The event will be held at auction headquarters at 8:30 a.m. at 26125 U.S. 72. A portion of auction proceeds will benefit the youth clubs.

“Dealers Auto Auction continues their support of their community partner, Boys & Girls Clubs of North Alabama, as they work together to make a difference in the lives of the children in our community,” Josh Bray said. Bray works as director of public relations/marketing for the youth clubs.

Festivities will begin at 8:30 a.m. with an introduction ceremony featuring speakers Patrick Wynn, president of Boys & Girls Clubs of North Alabama, along with Dealers Auto Auction representatives and club members. Following the introduction ceremony, the auction will start about 9:15 a.m.

Allen Atkins will play “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Area mayors are planning to speak.

“During the introduction ceremony, one lucky person in attendance will have a chance to putt for $10,000 during the ‘Re-marketing by General Electric: Drive For Show, Putt for Dough’ challenge,” Bray said.

Robert Fields will give closing remarks. Ronnie Marks will deliver the invocation.

For more information on Dealers Auto Auctions of Huntsville, visit dealersauto.com. For more information about the ways that Boys & Girls Clubs are changing the lives of youth in this community, visit bgcnal.com. For more auction information, call 256-232-0201.

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