We Want Your White Elephants Needed 
For the Rotary’s  White Elephant Auction on April 24th 
Everyone loves an auction—especially a Rotary White Elephant Auction when it is officiated by out auctioneer extraordinaire, Jack Connolly.  A “White Elephant” is defined as that possession that is expensive (or could be), but unwanted.  Well, one person’s burden is another’s treasure; one person’s white elephant is another’s bonanza.  You might discover that one object that you know that you cannot live without.  It might just be your lucky day.
Plus, this event is a fun-filled fundraiser.  The proceeds will be split between the Club and a yet-to-be-named non-profit.   The non-profit will be chosen at random that day (April 24th) at the meeting.  Only those non-profits that have a staff member or volunteers in the Club (and who are present) are eligible. 
This year, so far, we have the following White Elephants to be auctioned:
4 Colorado Rockies Tickets (donated by Falcon Commercial Plumbing)
Pergola with Shade Select - Solara (donated by Valleywide Fence and Deck--Thank you Dan), minimum bid $2,000
Coffee mugs with Mark Twain witticisms (Thank you Sharon Woodward)
A Pair of Wooden Horse Heads (reminiscent of the Godfather)
Golf accouterments, shoes and clothes (Thank you Sharon Woodward)
Starbucks Coffee Cups and gift cards (thanks to the Ansons)
14kt Cross Pen and a 10kt Pen & Pencil Set (Thank you Sharon Woodward)
Over Coats (Thanks Richard Pryor)
Autographed Kurt Vonnegut novel (Thank you Sharon Woodward)
and more
These are some terrific items, but we need more.  Please bring them to the next Rotary meeting or call Peter (503-551-6117/petermacbooth@gmail.com)
 And on April 24th, come ready to have fun, bid high, bid often, and help two great groups at the same time.