Auction Redux

Sold!A silent auction of items unclaimed from the Mardi Gras party will be held at Riverton Free Library from 9 AM May 9th through 12 PM May 15th.

The starting bid for each item is $20, and bids must occur in $5 increments. Bidding can be in person at the library or by phone. Bidders should provide a name and phone number, which will not be visible to other bidders.

Bid on any or all of these items:

  1. #1 Gift basket: $25 gift certificate to District restaurant in Riverton; One-month free membership at Riverton Health and Fitness; chocolates.
  2. #3 Gift basket from ShopRite: $25 gift card; Sunbeam “Hot Shot” hot water dispenser; food items
  3. # 5 Gift basket from Riverton Historical Society: Riverton flag, Riverton mug; Riverton Stationary; chocolates, 4 books
  4. #11 Gift basket from Riverton Library: 1890 map; Riverton afghan; Bank Avenue print; “Riverton 1851” vase; Yacht Club wood block and post cards; books and calendar
  5. #14 Dark glass necklace from “M bellishments” (M.G. Murray)
  6. #16 Hand-painted bench (lighthouse scene with sailboats) from Sherry’s Furniture, Palmyra
  7. #17 Keystone Watch from Anthony Jewelers of Palmyra
  8. #25 Birthday skating party at Holiday Skating, Route 130 in Delanco: A birthday party for 8 children with free admission, skate rental, slice of pizza or hot dog for each child, soda, all served at your table. Value: $95.60
  9. #34 Dine with Gusto: $50 gift certificate to District restaurant in Riverton
  10. #36 Framed photograph of Tacony Palmyra Bridge, by Bennett Landsman
  11. #38 Two framed photographs of shore birds by Kathy Simon
  12. #48 Certificate for a Green Kids Crafts Shadow Puppet Kit, which will be shipped after registration as instructed: $4.95 shipping fee added. Includes a beach bucket with 4 cans of “Crazy Chalk”, and a bottle of juice.
  13. #53 Cento Basket: a basket with Cento and other Italian food products, 14 items in all
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About Pat Solin

Patricia Smith Solin works with her son, Michael, on creating posts and maintaining the technical aspects of the RFL Association website & Facebook posts. She was the school librarian for 10 years at Riverton Public School (NJ) and contributes articles for the Gaslight News, the official publication of the Historical Society of Riverton.