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35th Annual KidsFest Auction
35th Annual KidsFest Auction
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Date/Time
04/25/2014
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location
Bellingham Boys & Girls Club

“Come Sail Away” at the 35th Annual KidsFest Auction to benefit the Bellingham Boys & Girls Club, on Friday, April 25, 2014 at 5:30 pm. Presented by KeyBank. Champagne, Appetizers, and Dinner. Catered by Hilltop Restaurant & Catering. Live & silent auctions, raffles, dessert dash – all to benefit the 3,500 youth served through the Club annually.

Event is $65 per person until March 25, after March 25-$75 per person. VIP whiskey tasting tickets are $45 extra. For more information, please contact Bellingham Branch Director Jill Reid at KidsFest@whatcomclubs.org, call 360-527-9777, or visit www.whatcomclubs.org.

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