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Angaston Men’s Club Auction raised $12,000

Angaston Men’s Club Auction raised $12,000

This year the Angaston Men’s Club celebrated their 71st year grossing $12,000 with their annual auction on Saturday being held in glorious weather at the Angas Recreation Park. 

This year the cement was in five lots of 10 bags which attracted strong bidding.

President, Chris Spicer extended thanks to the Barossa public for donating the auction items, as everything in the sale is donated. 

Adelaide Brighton Cement donated one tonne of cement. Schulz Butchers donated two bung fritz to the auction.

 The Leader provided ongoing support in publicising the event, and the generosity of many local wineries made donations of bottles of wine. 

Chris also thanked all the Angaston businesses for donating items for the raffle.

Auctioneers on the day were Tony Murphy, Peter Feist and Phil Martin as they volunteered their time and did a tremendous job selling all the lots.

 Chris aclnowledged the 18 clubs involved with their great team work and organising. If it wasn’t for their hard work and generosity this event would not happen nor be such a great success. 

Each club receives an equal share of the proceeds to support them functioning within our community.

For the full story see this week’s edition of The Leader.