EMMF Roaring Twenties Auction
Photo by John Eaton
Cindy Long, Endless Mountain Music Festival executive director is “ready to ride” this Schwinn electric adult tricycle (shown), donated by Tony Yeager of Gold Key Equipment & Service in Wellsboro. The trike will be going over the block at the Roaring Twenties Auction.
The Endless Mountain Music Festival’s Roaring Twenties Auction at 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 9 promises excitement and lots of action at the Penn Wells Hotel at 62 Main Street in Wellsboro.
The event will come alive with a beer, wine and iced tea reception followed by a buffet dinner with dessert and silent and live auctions. Shane Searfoss of Corning, N.Y. is the auctioneer.
Going over the block during the live auction will be trips and experiences ranging in value from $350 to $2,500. Among them are: a seven-day, seven-night stay for six at a resort with a balcony overlooking the ocean on Cocoa Beach, Florida; a Schwinn electric adult tricycle; a weekend trip to New York City with accommodations for a one night stay, dinner for two and tickets to a Broadway show and the Museum of Modern Art; a weekend adventure with a five-day stay at a mountain retreat; a framed print of a painting of cows by artist Sadie Allen; a German dinner for four prepared by Jurgen Thym; a premium single malt Scotch whisky and cigars; and others.
Included in the silent auction are more than 50 Items valued from $10 to $350. Among them are facials and massages; tickets to plays and concerts; specialty baskets; a ride for four aboard the Hiawatha Paddlewheel Riverboat on the Susquehanna River; a ride for four on a 1934 mahogany 50-foot tour boat on Seneca Lake; a $500 Christine A. Moore custom-made hat for a woman and a $250 hat for a man; a round of golf for four with cart and lunch at the Tyoga Golf Course; dinner for two at the Steak House and concert tickets; a hand painted Christmas ornament; Captain Bill’s Seneca Lake Cruise for two and dinner; and much more.
Members of the EMMF Auction Committee are: Marian Charsky, Karen Usavage, Kathy Largey, Teresa Capuzzo and Cindy Long.
All proceeds from this fundraiser will support the mission of the Endless Mountain Music Festival Educational Outreach programs, including scholarships for interns and high school students.
Tickets are $60 per person and are available now online at endlessmountain.net or by calling the Endless Mountain Box Office at (570) 787-7800.
Writing: Diane Eaton