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CCCC Foundation Auction raises $19,000

06.10.2009College & CommunityFoundation

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CCCC Foundation Auction raises $19,000

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Joe Giles (left) and his son, Michael Giles, both of Dunn, load a porch rocker onto their trailer following the Central Carolina Community College Foundationís Furniture Auction June 6. The auction, at the collegeís Harnett County Campus in Lillington, attracted more than 100 people. A variety of wood and metal furnishings were auctioned for a total of more than $19,000. Student inmates of the collegeís carpentry and welding programs in the Harnett Correctional Institution made all the items. Proceeds from the annual auction go into an endowment that provides scholarships for Central Carolina students from Harnett County.

CCCC Foundation Auction raises $19,000

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Jennifer Byrd (left) and Donald Holder, both of Mamers, haul away some stools, part of their highest-bid winnings at the Central Carolina Community College Foundationís Furniture Auction June 6. The auction, at the collegeís Harnett County Campus in Lillington, attracted more than 100 people. A variety of wood and metal furnishings were auctioned for a total of more than $19,000. Student inmates of the collegeís carpentry and welding programs in the Harnett Correctional Institution made all the items. Proceeds from the annual auction go into an endowment that provides scholarships for Central Carolina students from Harnett County.

CCCC Foundation Auction raises $19,000

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Bill Tyson (left), Harnett provost for Central Carolina Community College, hoists a plant holder for bidders to see during the CCCC Foundationís Furniture Auction June 6. Keeping track of the bids is Ed Taylor (center), instructor in the collegeís carpentry program at Harnett Correctional Institution, while auctioneer R.J. Wicker (right), of Sanford, acknowledges a bid. The auction, at the collegeís Harnett County Campus in Lillington, attracted more than 100 people. A variety of wood and metal furnishings were auctioned for a total of more than $19,000. Student inmates of the collegeís carpentry and welding programs in the Harnett Correctional Institution made all the pieces. Proceeds from the annual auction go into an endowment that provides scholarships for Central Carolina students from Harnett County.

CCCC Foundation Auction raises $19,000

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Betty (left) and Marty Walker, of Carolina Trace, smile as they load a metal cathedral arch for which they were high bidders at the Central Carolina Community College Foundationís Furniture Auction June 6. The auction, at the collegeís Harnett County Campus in Lillington, attracted more than 100 people. A variety of wood and metal furnishings were auctioned for a total of more than $19,000. Student inmates of the collegeís carpentry and welding programs in the Harnett Correctional Institution made all the pieces. Proceeds from the annual auction go into an endowment that provides scholarships for Central Carolina students from Harnett County.

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