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Sports memorabilia added to items for sale at Complex’s Live Auction / September 06, 2017
There’s still time to buy tickets for The Complex’s (MCCSC) Annual Live Auction Sept. 16 at 6:30 p.m. The Complex facility is located at 1567 Noblin Farm Road, across from the Clarksville Elementary School.

The Mecklenburg County Community Services Corp’s (MCCSC) auction theme this year is “Saturday Night at the Movies”, and prizes will be awarded for the best costume(s) of favorite movie characters.

Auctioneer Bill Baker of United Country Virginia Realty is again volunteering his talents for the eleventh year and music will be provided by The Tobacco Road Band. Heavy d’oeuvres by Cooper’s Landing Restaurant will be provided while wine, beer and mixers will be available throughout the evening.

New items have just been added to the auction lineup: a picture of the old Yankee Stadium autographed by 35 former Yankee player legends, a Baltimore Colts mini helmet autographed by Raymond Berry, a Green Bay Packers mini helmet and playing card autographed by Paul Hornung, a Green Bay mini helmet, autographed by Herb Adderley (Hall of Fame 1980) and Jim Taylor (Hall of Fame 1976), a Baltimore Colts Hall of Fame Reunion January 2002 autographed football, an autographed soccer ball from the Virginia National Soccer Champions 1991-94, four tickets and parking pass to attend the Navy vs. Air Force football game on Oct. 7 (home game at the Naval Academy), and a beer tasting, tapas and brewery tour at Buggs Island Brewery for 20 people.

Come bid for “Dinner with the Moody’s at the Inn at Wheatland” for up to eight people. It can be a Christmas Dinner Package Dec. 1 or 20, or a Valentine’s Dinner Package on Feb. 10 or 17. Other auction items include a fully guided hunt during the 2018 Spring Gobbler season with David Buchanan and/or John Lee. The hunt will take place on private property on a mutually agreed upon morning during the 2018 season. Come bid for a “Brew and Boil,” a casual evening of low country boil, accompanied by local home brews and craft brews for a group of 10, a thrilling 30 minute ride-along in Ken Morgan’s race car, a week at a luxury condo on the beachfront at North Myrtle Beach, a one-hour flying experience for two over Buggs Island Lake, Lake Gaston, and Kerr Dam, a week’s accommodations at Ocean Isle Beach, a Springfield Model 1866 restored musket by Terry Kirkpatrick, a $1,000 Spectrum Photography gift certificate, a cooking class for six people at Coopers Landing Restaurant, a Weber Spirit E-310 gas grill, donated by Clarksville Ace Hardware, the hosting of a party for up to 50 persons at the Magnuson Hotel on the Lake, a weekend accommodation at a Buck Mountain cabin near Boone/Blowing Rock, N.C., two separate 1-year family memberships at the YMCA, a weekend accommodation at a mountain home at Meadows of Dan, a fun Girl’s- Night- Out party for 20 hosted by VJ Springer, a Colonial Center theatre flex pass for six performances, a remote control plane with lessons, an electric smoker, two separate $100 laser car washes, Prizery tickets for two for 3 performances, a 1 hour ride in a Lake Amphibian Airplane (must be 16 years of age), and many, many more items to tweak your fancy!

Not aware of what The Complex is? If you work out at the YMCA, engage in group exercise sessions, play bridge, use the computer lab at the Distance Learning Center, or come to the SVCC classes, then you are in The Complex facility. If you see children from four to 18 years old learning and having fun in organized soccer activities on one of several fields in Clarksville, then you are at the MCCSC’s Yancey Soccer Facility.

The MCCSC is a small group of dedicated volunteers. The organization is a non-profit 501 (c)-3 whose mission is to develop and maintain state-of-the-art facilities which support and facilitate programs and services for the greater Clarksville area. The facility, at 1567 Noblin Farm Rd, Clarksville, has banquet rooms for large or small gatherings for rent with commercial kitchen access.

This auction is one of the major fundraisers for The Complex. Joining us for this party and auction is one way to show your strong support and be a part of this exciting and worthwhile effort that maintains a safe, secure environment for persons of all ages. Call 434-374-5858 for more information.

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