SEVCA’s Flea Market, Silent Auction & Raffle Fundraiser Sept. 28th
SEVCA will be holding its 15th Annual Flea Market, Silent Auction and Raffle Drawing on Saturday, September 28, 2013 from 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. in Westminster, Vermont. This is an annual community and fundraising event that helps SEVCA to provide an array of comprehensive anti-poverty services to low-income residents of Windham and Windsor counties. Flea market vendors, including crafters, antique dealers, and yard salers are welcome and encouraged to reserve a space, which costs $25 or $30, depending on location. Non-profits’ spaces are free for info-only booths. Breakfast foods and coffee will be available for sale in the morning. To reserve a space or for more information about this event, call (802) 722-4575, ext. 105.
Raffle tickets can be purchased now at SEVCA’s office at 91 Buck Drive in Westminster, at any of SEVCA’s “Good Buy” Stores, other SEVCA offices and program sites throughout Windham and Windsor Counties (including SEVCA’s Family Services office in Brattleboro at the Marlboro Technical Center), or at the Flea Market on the day of the event. The top prizes this year are: 2 Round-Trip Tickets – Boston to Any Nonstop City Donated by JetBlue; $500 CASH; a Compaq Presario Laptop – Donated by Walmart; and a Weber Electric Barbeque Grill – Donated by J&H Hardware. Many other exciting raffle prizes and/or Silent Auction items will be raffled off or bid on, and the silent auction items will soon be posted on the SEVCA website; bidders will be able to view them at www.sevca.org and make an offer, or bid on-site at the event. Prize and silent auction items are needed at this stage, and any businesses and individuals wishing to help by making a donation of new items or gift certificates are encouraged to contact the number listed above.
If I could give you one thought, it would be to lift someone up. Lift a stranger up--lift her up. I would ask you, mother and father, brother and sister, lovers, mother and daughter, father and son, lift someone. The very idea of lifting someone up will lift you, as well. -Maya Angelou