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820-Lancaster Fanning, Saturday, July 9, 1994
Locust Grove Auction To Feature Art Sale
Co.) A large and varied collec
tion of art will highlight the 20th
annual Chicken Barbecue and
Country Auction at Locust Grove
Mennonite School, Smoketown.
The barbecue takes place Friday,
July 15, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The auction begins at 9 a.m. Satur
day, July 16, and continues
throughout the morning and after
This limited edition print by Dan Christ, “1989 Pennsylvania Conservation Stamp
Print,” will be among the hundreds of items sold at the Locust Grove Country Auc
tion July 16.
noon. The proceeds will go toward
the general fund at Locust Grove.
Seventy pieces of art, most of
them limited edition prints, will be
sold over the auction block begin
ning at 12 noon Saturday. Many
well-known artists will be repre
sented, including Thomas Her
mansader, Jeff Martin, Suk Shu
glie, Lynn Yancha, Julie Swartz.
Richard Bollinger, Dan Christ. P.
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Buckley Moss, Susie Riehl,
Myrtle Tremblay, Andy Smith,
and Elizabeth MacDonaJd. The art
will be on display in a gallery at
Locust Grove Friday, July 15,
from 2 until 8 p.m.
In addition to art. the auction
will feature the sale of quilts,
crafts, Winross trucks, homemade
food, and lawn, garden, and
household goods. Certificates sold
Saturday afternoon will entitle the
buyer to dinners, lodging, vaca
tions, gifts, golfing, entertain
ment, and special services.
Among die special items to be
auctioned are a wood carving by
Abe Rissler of East Earl; a large
dollhouse with porch, balcony,
and five lighted rooms by Ben
Brubaker of Lancaster, a wooden
historic ship model by Atglen resi
dent William Salsbury; and a fine
cane made of 59 different woods
by Jim Jack Hickam of Bristol,
The items and services are
donated by hundreds of busines
ses, churches, and individuals on
behalf of the school. A “silent auc
tion” of selected items Friday
evening from 6 to 8 p.m. is
planned for those who prefer that
style of bidding.
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BUCK MOT' .PORTS PARK 10 inllM S. of Lancaster on Rt. 272
New this year is a car wash
Saturday morning from 9 a.m,
until 12 noon.
Children will be able to partici
pate in a Children’s Fun Festival
Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. and Satur
day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Activi
ties will include pony rides (Fri
day only), hayrides, a moonwalk,
face painting, tossing games, feed
the llama, and a chance to design
your own T-shirt
Locust Grove Mennonite
School is located at 2257 Old Phi
ladelphia Pike (Route 340), four
miles east of Lancaster. The
school, now in its 54th year of
operation, provides an accredited
Christian education for 445 stu
dents in kindergarten through
grade eight. For more information
please call the school at (717)
GATES OPEN AT 5:00 PM
. AT 7:00 PM SHARP ,
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