Pike County Farm Bureau 'Wreaths for All Seasons' Online Auction

We would love to have your support!

Click the link to go to Brewster’s Auction site and place your bids today!

The Pike County Farm Bureau’s “Wreaths for All Seasons” online auction is NOW ACTIVE! Bidding will take place until Monday, Nov. 27, 2023, at 8 p.m. The “People’s Choice” winner was Klinker’s Lumber & Builders Supplies they collected $151.93. The “Most Creative/Original” winner was Hair Biz both located in Waverly, both pictured above. Hair Biz wreath is one of the 14 in the online auction.

This annual fundraiser is held to raise money for Pike County Farm Bureau scholarships and Youth Fund. All proceeds from the money collected in each jar, the Chinese Auction at the Jingle Bell Craft Show and now the online auction go back to the kids of Pike County. There are 14 wreaths online to bid on from local businesses, and 15 wreaths were sold at the Jingle Bell Craft Show this past Saturday.

Note: Winner will be invoiced by Brewster Auction. Payment methods are cash, check, PayPal or Venmo at the time of pick up. All wreaths must be picked up no later than Dec. 8, at the Pike County OSU Extension Office located at 313 Mill Street, Piketon (on the Pike County Fairgrounds). Their hours are 8 a.m.- 4 p.m.

If you have any questions please feel free to call the Farm Bureau Office at 740-286-4598, Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.- 4 p.m.

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