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Harvest Abundance Fundraiser reminders and Auction Items

Harvest Abundance Fundraiser Reminders And Auction Items

One last reminder that tonight is the Harvest Abundance Fundraiser Dinner at the Oakleaf from 5:00-8:00. It is sure to be a good time filled with amazing food, drinks, and people. 100% of the proceeds benefits the Chatham Mills Farmers Market and The Abundance Foundation. If you have not already purchased your tickets you can buy them at the door for $45 tonight.

Live music and a raffle of items and experiences donated by local business and artist will provide entertainment throughout the evening.

The dinner and raffel will be followed by a live auction hosted by Tucker and Mackenzie Withington. If you are unable to attend this event tonight a list of the auction items are below. We encourage you to participate absentee in the live auction. You can contact Tucker at (919)-356-5330 with the bid item and amount you are willing to bid. If you win the item we will contact you tomorrow and payment will be due no later then Saturday, July 20. You can drop off payments to the Lilly Den Farm at the Thursday Pitttsboro Farmers Market from 3:30-6:30 or at the Chatham Mills Market on Saturday from 8:00-1:00. We thank you in advance for supporting your local farmers, local artists, local businesses and local organizations.

Auction and Raffle Items

Debbie Roos Photography
Includes two matted prints and a set of cards

Jeff Clark Cutting Board
Medium size hand made wood cutting board made from a variety of local hard woods

Carol Knoll Gord Art
Unique hand painted gord pendent neckless

Small Street B&B
One night stay for 2 in their uniques cabins in the heart of historic Pittsboro, inculding breakfast at the cafe.

Roberta’s Necklace
Hand made neckless by local artist Roberta. Unique and one of a kind.

Mark Hewitt Pottery Pictcher
Needs no introduction!

Lindley Creamery Peacan Pie
All I need to say is Yum!

Day in the Burrow
An afternoon adventure in the Burrow of Moncure beginning with a wild food foray into deep Cahtham with a bike ride with Jenny (co-founder of the Wild Food and Herb Market in Carboro) followed by dinner consisting of local food and spirits at Lyles and Tami’s

Cedar Chest Cooler
A cedar chest with a built in cooler.

Oakleaf
Private dinner for 6

Lilly Den Farm Fresh Ham
13+/- pound uncured ham

Dutch Buffalo Thanksgiving CSA Box- A box full of local fall produce, everything you need for your thanksgiving sides, for 6-8 people. Box can be picked up at the special Wednesday Chatham Mills Farmers Market, the day before Thanksgiving.

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