Auction helps Salvation Army make holiday merry

Salvation Army Toy Shop

Nancy Brown, auxiliary member, and Maj. Janet Ashcraft, Salvation Army representative. The Bengals fan doll will go to a needy child. The A.J. Green autographed game jersey will be part of a silent auction.

Saturday, Nov. 17, 10:30 a.m., Armstrong Chapel United Methodist Church, Indian Hill

The Salvation Army Toy Shop Auxiliary is planning its 62nd Annual Fundraiser & Doll Auction. The holiday event includes silent and live auctions and a boutique.

The event will begin with a silent auction that includes prize winners from the auxiliary’s doll dressing program, Playhouse in the Park tickets, Bengals collectibles and tickets, and more.

The boutique will feature handmade items such as doll and baby quilts and doll clothes.

The live auction’s doll packages will include American Girl dolls, a Madame Alexander doll and a Laura Ingalls doll, all with lots of extras.

The Salvation Army brass ensemble will perform, and homemade cookies, cheese and crackers, hot chocolate, tea and coffee will be available.

The event is open to the public. Admission and parking are free.

Proceeds are used to serve children and families in Greater Cincinnati.

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