Dunfermline Carnegie Rotary Says “Ssh, start bidding” in Silent Auction to Raise Funds for Fife and International Charities
Dunfermline Carnegie Rotary Club launches its Silent Auction again on 3rd November in a bid to raise funds to support local children with additional needs and other Rotary charities. Lots are currently being loaded onto the special auction website and include a visit to Knockhill Racing Circuit, Courses for Cooks, tickets for Hansel and Gretel at the Carnegie Hall and much, much more.
All lots have been kindly donated by local businesses and can be viewed and bid for at www.dcrotaryauction.co.uk
Peter Wilson, President of Dunfermline Carnegie Rotary said, “Our auction is a great way for people to start their Christmas shopping or plan special treats while helping others at the same time. We want to raise as much money as we can to support local children with additional needs to make the things we often take for granted a little easier for them and their families. We are also very grateful to the many people and businesses who have kindly donated lots. Please bid generously!”
Members of the Club will be in the Kingsgate Centre, Dunfermline on Saturday 3rd November to open the bidding and will be happy to take bids there for all the lots on offer as well as online until the bidding closes at midnight on 22nd November. Get your Christmas shopping all done early and help raise funds for a very worthwhile cause at the same time.
Fergus the Bear, the Dunfermline Rotary Club mascot, tried out his racing skills under the watchful eye of the Knockhill Stig. Fergus will be out and about in Dunfermline and surrounding area to help publicise the auction so look out for him – we hear he is planning to try out a few of the lots to see how much he plans to bid!