GRANGER The Granger High School Athletic Club and is having its 16th annual silent and live action at 1 p.m. Sunday, April 22, at Granger High School.
The volleyball team will be selling pulled pork sandwiches with cole slaw and chips at noon, when the doors open. The auction raises funds in support of school athletics.
Auction director Marilyn Slagg noted one of the live auction items is a 1989, Buick Century four-door sedan with only 40,000 miles.
It was donated by Bruce and Nancy Hall of Granger.
Other items include a truckload of gravel from Luther’s, a half beef, cut and wrapped worth $1,000, a cheeseburger a week, for a year from Bob’s Drive In;
A homemade dessert of your choice each month for a year and yard items from Zillah Hardware. Four new X-box games, 2 Pendleton blankets donated by Roy Dick, a $65 gift bag from Lisa’s Cuts & Curls, 2 boxes of hamburger patties from WA Beef;
Canned fruit cases from Del Monte and flowers from Country Rose.
There will be gift cards from China Wok, Hallet Movies, El Porton, Branding Iron, Grease Heads, Dad’s Restaurant, Majors, Miners and many more. There will be items of interest for everyone, Slagg said.
“All the money raised by the non-profit club is spent for things the different sports teams need and the school is unable to provide, along with awarding scholarships to graduating seniors to continue their education,” Slagg said.
Anyone who has questions or would like to offer a donation may call Slagg at 509-830-2861.