LOCK HAVEN - The Clinton County United Way is hosting their first ever Sports Night and Auction on Friday at the Lock Haven Elks.
There are still a few tickets available for an exciting night featuring dinner, a silent auction and a live auction. There will also be some interesting speakers taking the microphone ... all to raise money to benefit local agencies supported by the United Way.
Grant Miller, local car enthusiast and owner of Central PA Auto Auction, will serve as the live auctioneer.
Local artist George Stefanski’s painting “Black Bridge” is among the items available at the United Way’s Sports Night and Auction on Friday. From left are, seated: United Way Fundraising Chair Susan Blesh and Fundraising Committee member Deana Hill, and standing: Stefanski with his painting, United Way Director Angela Harding and Bob Thompson, United Way Board vice president.
Radio announcer John Lipez and Keystone Little League will hold a press conference program with an opportunity for guests to ask questions.
There will be over 100 items on the auction block between the silent and live auctions.
Included are Philadel-phia Phillies tickets, Pittsburgh Steeler tickets, Keystone Mid-Atlantic autographed jersey, a week's vacation to North Carolina, salon and spa packages, jewelry, sports memorabilia and more.
One highlight of the night will be a new, original painting "Black Bridge" by local artist George Stefanski.
All proceeds from Sports Night and Auction will benefit the 18 member agencies of the Clinton County United Way.
Tickets are $25 each. There are a few tickets still available by calling the United Way office at 748-7856.
For more information about the Clinton County United Way and the 18 member agencies visit www.clintoncountyunitedway.org