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$11.5 K earned for Cancer at bra event

Bob Walsh, with his frilly purple bassiere earned the most money for the American Cancer Society - a whopping $3,476.

Bob Walsh, with his frilly purple bassiere earned the most money for the American Cancer Society – a whopping $3,476.

By Barb Hecker

Thursday, September 10th  and Saturday September 12 were nights to remember.
The Boobies, Bangles and Beads events  held in Clare and Harrison will Benefit the American Cancer Society Clare County Relay For Life’s “Hunting For a Cure Team.”

All proceeds from the auctions — $11,491.00 was raised this year — will be forwarded to the Relay For Life Clare County.  Appreciation goes to all the  local designing businesses and models, without whom these nights could not have been the success that they were.

The top five winners are:
1. The Moose (Bob Walsh) with $3,476;
2. Superior Title Gladwin (Cy Taupe) with $880;
3. Country Flowers and More (John Wilson) with $716;
4. Evening Post (Ryan with $641; and
5. Dr. Gâs (Eric Sorsen) with $529.00.

Event organizers and assistants included Julie White Team Captain; Barb Hecker Event Coordinator; Assistants – Barb Hawkins, Sue Seebeck, Beth Kruskamp, Beth Weldon, Brittany Hawkins, Tammy Harcourt, Deb Roy, Sharon Hawkins, and Paul Mull, and of course our Auctioneers Dave Kyle, Rex Harcourt and Joel Hardy.

Models for the two events included Dave Alexander, Aaron Evers, Veto Giannola, Jeff Hardy, Eric Matthews, Thomas Nunnally, Jason Peters, Dennis Peterson, Alex Rhule, Gregory Roy, Eric Sorsen, Bill Trahan, Bob Walsh, John Wilson , and Charles Zelkowski. Without these giving individuals we would not have raised so much.

See you all next year.

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