In the next auction we have a rather nifty pull cart that is roughly toddler sized. To test this we found a toddler and plopped him in it.
I tried to ask Mason how he liked it but he was too busy crying to answer me. I think we can assume he liked it though. Right?
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Talk about a great family home. This well lit, spacious home is perfect for the growing family. With a total a four bedrooms and even the lower level bedroom has a large window. The main floor hosts a spacious kitchen, living room, dinette area and MAIN FLOOR LAUNDRY. Upstairs you’ll find three bedrooms including the master with a three piece ensuite plus a four piece bathroom off the hall. The third level has a large family room with a gas fired brick faced fireplace, a forth bedroom and a three piece bathroom. The partially finished basement houses the mechanical, a closed in storage room and yet the potential for another family room or den. You’ll find new widows throughout done in 2007, the exterior vinyl and furnace was done in 1999. You garage guys will be pleased too. The double detached garage is insulated, radiant heated, has 220v outlets and plenty of 110v outlets at bench height. The partially covered patio between the house and garage will be a favorite for the BBQ crowd.
10102 101A Street, Morinville
As the fires in Fort McMurray and northern Alberta continues to grow the need for help grows too. Every penny counts.
During our auctions we sell our catalogues for $3 each and that money is saved for charity. We don’t always have a charity in mind as we are collecting but it all goes in the safe at the end of the sale.
I think we can all agree this is a good cause so we emptied our piggy bank and donated $1000 to the Redcross Foundation towards the fire relief. And our $1000 is now $2000 because until further notice the government is matching donations.
I want to be clear that it’s not just Ward’s Auctions that donated the money. It was all our loyal bidders. If you’ve bought a catalogue in the last couple of months then you also contributed. The money was donated on behalf of our staff and our customers.
Thank you everyone for buying our over priced catalogues and helping our province.
Today we did the draw for the $1000 cash that I may have commiserated about of late. When all the dust settled it was great because Lynda Moffat, the President and CEO of the St. Albert Chamber of Commerce was at the sale. Lynda did the draw for the cash and posed for cheesy photo ops with Claude, the winner. Really I was hoping to win because I could use the money