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New Year's Eve Gala – Silent auction items

Sunday is the big New Year's Eve Gala at the Historic Ellendale Opera House, a one-of-a-kind experience with the opportunity to have fun and give to a great cause (Opera House renovations) at the same time!

Formal attire is optional! Entertainment, hors d'oeuvres, door prizes, silent auction, and more! Tickets are $25 per person. Tickets are available at the American Legion or online at: https://ticketbud.com/events/298ca782-9c86-11e7-ba63-13ec53b4c96c

Silent auction with some really neat stuff is shown above. You can bid on the silent auction item by sending an email to: kschm1965@drtel.net

Ring in the New Year

Winter 2017 Opera Notes newsletter

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Holiday Art Auction Items

We have had a few bids on some very interesting and good art donated by area artisans. This fundraiser is how the art association is able to bring artists to Ellendale.

It helps with the North Dakota Gallery exhibitions, Kid's Art and Art for Life at the Prince of Peace Care Center. Your donations are returned to the Ellendale community. So this is the chance to own some original art and support a good cause as the same time.

I hope you will help us and take advantage of this silent auction by bidding on items simply by replying to this email: kschm1965@drtel.net

Bidding ends at noon on December 22.

I will point out a few pieces.

We have great note cards donated by Ellen Jean Diederich one of the top water colorists in the upper Midwest.

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