Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Spanish Hill - The Sites, by Deb Twigg April 5th

SRAC - a Unique Experience -
AN EXCEPTIONAL ORGANIZATION.


Spanish Hill - The Sites
Tue, April 5, 6:30pm – 7:30pm
SRAC - 345 Broad Street Waverly, NY (map)

SRAC's Deb Twigg will present a never before seen presentation on the three archaeological sites found at Spanish Hill - and what was found there. Loaded with never before seen images and illustrations from local archaeologist Ellsworth Cowles.

The mystery of Spanish Hill has continued in the Valley for every generation since the white men have arrived here. After researching the site for several years Deb Twigg created a website, SpanishHill.com in 2003 and was published on the topic in Pennsylvania Archaeologist journal in 2005. Once a year, Twigg continues to present the information that she has gathered about the hill in a lively and informative discussion for the public to understand everything that she has learned over the years.

SRAC will also have many artifacts found at Spanish Hill that will be discussed and invite the public to bring artifacts that they have found at this site over generations as well. Most impressive will be a BRAND NEW exhibit unveiled at this event - a blue slate amulet with incredible art carved into it - to include a wolf
- making this presentation is a MUST SEE by anyone with interest in Spanish Hill.

Part of the blue amulet that will be unveiled at SRAC on April 5th

General admission is $6 with SRAC and students $4. This admission donation also includes a free entrance to the SRAC exhibit hall.


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AMERICAN INDIAN ROCK ART ON THE SUSQUEHANNA RIVER
Sat, April 30, 2pm – 3pm

SRAC - 345 Broad Street, Waverly, NY map

National renowned author, archaeologist and rock art specialist, Ed Lenik will be at SRAC on April 30th to discuss rock art found along the Susquehanna River.

In the last half of the nineteenth century, petroglyphs were discovered on several small islands within the lower Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania and Maryland. Three petroglyph sites occur near Safe Harbor in Lancaster County: one on Walnut Island upriver from the Safe Harbor Hydroelectric Dam, a second group on Cresswell Rock a mile and one-half up river from Walnut Island, and a third group on Big and Little Indian Rocks and other smaller rocks below the dam. In Maryland about three miles below the Pennsylvania state line, the Bald Friar petroglyphs were located on several small islands in the river. Three distinct styles of images occur within these sites.


The Walnut Island, Cresswell Rock and Bald Friar petroglyph sites are now submerged under lakes created by the Safe Harbor and Conowingo Hydroelectric Dams. The petroglyphs below Safe Harbor Dam are extant. Beginning in the 1860s and continuing into the twentieth century several efforts were made by several researchers to record the glyphs and salvage specimens of the carvings. This presentation will illustrate the various images at these four sites, trace their history and suggest an interpretation of the origin and meaning.

General admission is $6 with SRAC and students $4. This admission donation also includes a free entrance to the SRAC exhibit hall.


Saturday, March 26, 2011

SRAC Honored by Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce

"Deb Twigg became the latest name to be inducted into the Valley Business Hall of Fame when she was named as the Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce's (GVCC) 2010 Business Person of the Year during the 15th Annual United Valley Business Banquet Wednesday.

The event was held at the Best Western Grand Victorian Inn in Sayre. It was attended by over 115 people. The theme of the banquet was "Hats Off To You & Red, White and Blue...Thank You for Energizing Our Community." (The Morning Times)

read the full article here:
http://morning-times.com/articles/2011/03/24/local_news/doc4d8b43a5d9bef729226038.txt

WOW! What a night that was!

To have the work we do at SRAC recognized at this level was truly an honor that we do not take lightly. Also - the votes were cast by Valley businesses - members of the GVCC - which makes us so proud to have been selected by our peers in order to win this award. Even more impressive is that fact that the business person of the year for 2010 - like EVERYONE at SRAC - is a volunteer.

After just three years of having our Center in downtown Waverly, renovating it, working with our community, holding events, being open 5 days a week, and having over 300 members to date - I am so proud of what we all have accomplished. I am also very grateful that the Valley businesses have noticed all of the hard work we have been doing for our community.

The truth is that even though the award was for business person of the year - I believe it was given in recognition of SRAC - the business of the year.

Thanks again to all of you that have sent me congratulatory notes and emails - and thanks to all of you that support SRAC throughout the year. Without you - none of this would have been possible.

As you know, the SRAC 2011 Giving Campaign is underway and letters are going in the mail as we speak. I'd appreciate it if you shared the link below with others that might also want to support our ongoing efforts.

http://www.sracenter.org/donations/2011_Giving.pdf


and remember - donations over $100 get a free book from Wennawoods Publishing! Read more here:
http://sracenter.blogspot.com/2011/03/free-limited-edition-book-offer.html

Thanks again and congratulations to all of the nominees and winners of this year's awards!

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Cortland Summer Archaeology Field School Offered

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Incredible Upcoming Events at SRAC Planned!

SRAC - a Unique Experience -
AN EXCEPTIONAL ORGANIZATION.


Paddle Auction Fundraiser
Sunday, March 27th
S.R.A.C. (Susquehanna River Archaeological Center)
345 Broad Street, Waverly NY 14892
1pm - everything is GONE!

Doors open at 1:00 to preview auction products & vendor tables.
Auction begins at 2:00 p.m.
$5 for 4 paddles & chips plus door prize tickets.
Refreshments will be available to purchase.

What is a Paddle Party Auction you ask? This is a new part of the event that you do not want to miss! A Paddle Party is a fun way to win some of your favorite items for less than a $1.00! You bring a few rolls of quarters to bid on items. Each company will be bringing many different types of items to bid on with bids ranging from $.25 to $.75!!

SRAC will also be auctioning GREAT TICKETS TO THE HIGHEST BIDDERS throughout the event. Tickets include:(The $ you spend on these tickets are TAX DEDUCTIBLE!)



Can't attend? You can call in as well- or we will bid for you if you give us your maximum bid in your absence! Just give Deb Twigg a call to learn more at (607)727-3111!

Stay tuned for announcements of other items to be placed on the auction block for the day!

How the paddle auction portion works:
You arrive and purchase a bag of 4 paddles and 4 chips with a matching numbers for $5.00. You then place your chips into the large drawing basket. The next step is for us to hold up an item and you decide if you would like to bid on it. If so, you drop the bid amount in quarters into the bucket on your table for each paddle you want to put in play and raise your paddles. If we draw the chip with your number on it, you win the item. If a chip is drawn with a number that did not bid, we pull another chip until someone wins!! …… It is that simple! AND FUN!!!!!

If you would like to donate something for this fundraiser auction, please call Deb Twigg at 607-727-3111.

Items in the paddle auction portion of the event will include many local business donations and gift certificates as well as incredible items from:

Creative Memories

Discovery Toys

Just Jewelry

Lia Sophia

Mama Chisari’s Biscotti

Mary Kay

Pampered Chef

Rada Cutlery/ Ellens Knives

Scentsy Wickless Candles

Tastefully Simple

Thirty-One

Tupperware

Wildtree

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Spanish Hill - The Sites
Tue, April 5, 6:30pm – 7:30pm
SRAC - 345 Broad Street Waverly, NY (map)

SRAC's Deb Twigg will present a never before seen presentation on the three archaeological sites found at Spanish Hill - and what was found there. Loaded with never before seen images and illustrations from local archaeologist Ellsworth Cowles.

The mystery of Spanish Hill has continued in the Valley for every generation since the white men have arrived here. After researching the site for several years Deb Twigg created a website, SpanishHill.com in 2003 and was published on the topic in Pennsylvania Archaeologist journal in 2005. Once a year, Twigg continues to present the information that she has gathered about the hill in a lively and informative discussion for the public to understand everything that she has learned over the years.

SRAC will also have many artifacts found at Spanish Hill that will be discussed and invite the public to bring artifacts that they have found at this site over generations as well. Most impressive will be a BRAND NEW exhibit unveiled at this event - a blue slate amulet with incredible art carved into it - to include a wolf
- making this presentation is a MUST SEE by anyone with interest in Spanish Hill.

Part of the blue amulet that will be unveiled at SRAC on April 5th

General admission is $6 with SRAC and students $4. This admission donation also includes a free entrance to the SRAC exhibit hall.


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

AMERICAN INDIAN ROCK ART ON THE SUSQUEHANNA RIVER
Sat, April 30, 2pm – 3pm

SRAC - 345 Broad Street, Waverly, NY map

National renowned author, archaeologist and rock art specialist, Ed Lenik will be at SRAC on April 30th to discuss rock art found along the Susquehanna River.

In the last half of the nineteenth century, petroglyphs were discovered on several small islands within the lower Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania and Maryland. Three petroglyph sites occur near Safe Harbor in Lancaster County: one on Walnut Island upriver from the Safe Harbor Hydroelectric Dam, a second group on Cresswell Rock a mile and one-half up river from Walnut Island, and a third group on Big and Little Indian Rocks and other smaller rocks below the dam. In Maryland about three miles below the Pennsylvania state line, the Bald Friar petroglyphs were located on several small islands in the river. Three distinct styles of images occur within these sites.


The Walnut Island, Cresswell Rock and Bald Friar petroglyph sites are now submerged under lakes created by the Safe Harbor and Conowingo Hydroelectric Dams. The petroglyphs below Safe Harbor Dam are extant. Beginning in the 1860s and continuing into the twentieth century several efforts were made by several researchers to record the glyphs and salvage specimens of the carvings. This presentation will illustrate the various images at these four sites, trace their history and suggest an interpretation of the origin and meaning.

General admission is $6 with SRAC and students $4. This admission donation also includes a free entrance to the SRAC exhibit hall.


Wednesday, March 16, 2011

SRAC Giving Campaign 2011

SRAC – A Unique Experience; an Exceptional Organization.

  • thousands of artifacts
  • 100% volunteer staffing
  • over 50 community events a year
  • open five days a week, year round
  • a huge gift shop
  • a lecture hall that seats 80+
  • over 300 members strong
In these difficult economic times we need your support more than ever - and now is the time to do it.

Click here to download the 2011 Giving Campaign form. Use it, share it, and forward it. Our future is on your hands. Your donation to SRAC will keep our prehistoric past alive for generations to come and allow us to continue to do so much more for our community everyday.

With any donation of $100 or more, get a free choice of limited edition hard cover books from Wennawoods publishing! Click here to learn more!

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Free Limited Edition Book Offer!

Today I received an email from Ron and Kris Wenning of Wennawoods Publishing, from Lewisburg, PA who have been members of SRAC since we began. They have also supplied us with books for us to sell in the SRAC gift shop since we have opened our doors. However, when they contacted me recently, they were concerned with the current economic situation and how we could inspire people to donate to our cause. As a result, they offered this donation of books as a way to reward those individuals who support SRAC and we are offering these limited edition hard cover books to anyone who donates $100 or more to SRAC! Each title is limited to 1,000 copies and each is numbered for authenticity.

But Hurry! SRAC will only get 15 each of the following limited edition titles and they will go on a first come first serve basis while supplies last! The descriptions of each book are below! If you would like to donate online, use the following drop down to select the book to be mailed to you and click Pay Now - it's that simple! (You can also visit SRAC or use the SRAC Giving Campaign and form that you will be receiving soon in the mail)






Book Choice:





Having Problems? Open this page in a web page here:
http://sracenter.blogspot.com/2011/03/free-limited-edition-book-offer.html

"SELECTED MANUSCRIPTS OF GENERAL JOHN S. CLARK RELATING TO THE ABORIGINAL HISTORY OF THE SUSQUEHANNA" edited by Louise Welles MurrayThe 17th and 18th Century of the Native Tribes that inhabited the land in and around the Susquehanna River region is a subject hard to find. Even harder to find is accurate information about those places in time. Luckily, a lifetime of research by noted 19th Century archaeologist and student of Susquehanna River Indian history General John S. Clark is the perfect resource for students of Pennsylvania Indian history searching for this information. Originally $39.95.

"History of Brule's Discoveries & Explorations 1610-1626" by Consul Willshire Butterfield - Published in 1898, the book traces the course of Etienne (Stephen) Brule’s 17th century travels, from his arrival in North America with Champlain in 1608, to his untimely death in 1626 when he was killed and eaten by the Indians. We know what 18th century life was like on the Eastern Frontier, this book now gives us rare glimpses into the fascinating early pre-contact Indian history of the East, 150 years before the start of the F & I War. Come back in time and rediscover the early 17th century Beautiful hardback 216pp limited edition book (1,000 copies) with illustrations and 50+ page note appendix and index.Originally $29.95

Chief Logan: An Anthology, by Franklin B. Sawvel, Brantz and Ron Wenning
Chief Logan was one of the most enigmatic Indians of his time. The son of a great Iroquoian chief, Jefferson would call him the greatest orator of the 18th century. And yet this once great, kind and gentle friend of whites and spiritual leader of his people would see his life spiral downward; committing him to wander his remaining years on the frontier a tortured and broken man. 3 Books in 1 Chief Logan: An Anthology includes Logan the Mingo by Franklin B. Sawvel; Tah-Gah-Jute: Or Logan and Captain Michael Cresap by Brantz: and Chief Logan: Friend, Foe or Fiction by Ron Wenning. Originally $34.95.

"The Pennsylvania and New York Frontier: History From 1720 to the Close of the Revolution" by William Brewster- If you want to know about the 18th century on the Pennsylvania and New York Frontier, you will come away with a better understanding of the events and players of the time period; and if you take pleasure in reading a well-written book, you will enjoy reading The Pennsylvania and New York Frontier: History from 1720 to the Close of the Revolution. This 237page hard cover book comes complete with extensive footnotes pulled from primary sources and listed at the end of each chapter. This book usually sells for $39.95

On the Frontier With Colonel Antes By Edwin McMinn
On the point of a high bluff, just below the mouth af Antes Creek, Col. Antes built a stockade in 1776 that was frequently occupied by settlers for their safety on the frontier. McMinn enlightens the reader with a valuable history of American Colonial frontier settlements in this true story of a Revolutionary War Pennsylvania militia commander and his pioneer family on the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. 514 pages. Original price: 29.95

Diplomacy and Indian Gifts: The French-English Rivalry for Indian Loyalties during the French & Indian War Years 1748-1763 by Wilbur R. Jacobs
It seems only once in a lifetime that a book comes along that really unlocks many of the mysteries of a subject you have been studying for as long as you can remember. Diplomacy and Indian Gifts is just such a book! Original Price $29.95

Forts on the Pennsylvania Frontier 1753-1758 by William A. Hunter
Seldom does a book come along with the appeal and interest a Forts of the Pennsylvania Frontier 1753-1758. With Pennsylvania’s Provincial Quaker controlled pacifist government slow to react to the mounting tension from Indian attacks and the on going French and Indian War on its wilderness borders, pressure was growing from frontier settler’s for protection on Pennsylvania’s western borders. 596 pages with 12 blank pages in the back of the book for notes.Original price: 49.95.

We will also be giving donors who donate $250 or more a book of their choice AND "The Sachem" poster by Geoff Harding. (Originally $95.00!) These prints are a beautiful work of art! The first donor at this level will get a limited edition A/P print signed by the artist with a clay pot remarque!

I want to personally thank Ron and Kris Wenning for their support - It is people like you that inspire us all!

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Upcoming Events for SRAC - March - April 2011!

There's ALWAYS Something Going On at SRAC!

Paddle Auction Fundraiser
Sunday, March 27th
S.R.A.C. (Susquehanna River Archaeological Center)
345 Broad Street, Waverly NY 14892
1pm - everything is GONE!

Doors open at 1:00 to preview auction products & vendor tables.
Auction begins at 2:00 p.m.
$5 for 4 paddles & chips plus door prize tickets.
Refreshments will be available to purchase.

What is a Paddle Party Auction you ask? This is a new part of the event that you do not want to miss! A Paddle Party is a fun way to win some of your favorite items for less than a $1.00! You bring a few rolls of quarters to bid on items. Each company will be bringing many different types of items to bid on with bids ranging from $.25 to $.75!!

SRAC will also be auctioning GREAT TICKETS TO THE HIGHEST BIDDERS throughout the event. Tickets include:(The $ you spend on these tickets are TAX DEDUCTIBLE!)



Can't attend? You can call in as well- or we will bid for you if you give us your maximum bid in your absence! Just give Deb Twigg a call to learn more at (607)727-3111!

Stay tuned for announcements of other items to be placed on the auction block for the day!

How the paddle auction portion works:
You arrive and purchase a bag of 4 paddles and 4 chips with a matching numbers for $5.00. You then place your chips into the large drawing basket. The next step is for us to hold up an item and you decide if you would like to bid on it. If so, you drop the bid amount in quarters into the bucket on your table for each paddle you want to put in play and raise your paddles. If we draw the chip with your number on it, you win the item. If a chip is drawn with a number that did not bid, we pull another chip until someone wins!! …… It is that simple! AND FUN!!!!!

If you would like to donate something for this fundraiser auction, please call Deb Twigg at 607-727-3111.

Items in the paddle auction portion of the event will include many local business donations and gift certificates as well as incredible items from:

Creative Memories

Discovery Toys

Just Jewelry

Lia Sophia

Mama Chisari’s Biscotti

Mary Kay

Pampered Chef

Rada Cutlery/ Ellens Knives

Scentsy Wickless Candles

Tastefully Simple

Thirty-One

Tupperware

Wildtree

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Spanish Hill - The Sites
Tue, April 5, 6:30pm – 7:30pm
SRAC - 345 Broad Street Waverly, NY (map)

SRAC's Deb Twigg will present a never before seen presentation on the three archaeological sites found at Spanish Hill - and what was found there. Loaded with never before seen images and illustrations from local archaeologist Ellsworth Cowles.

The mystery of Spanish Hill has continued in the Valley for every generation since the white men have arrived here. After researching the site for several years Deb Twigg created a website, SpanishHill.com in 2003 and was published on the topic in Pennsylvania Archaeologist journal in 2005. Once a year, Twigg continues to present the information that she has gathered about the hill in a lively and informative discussion for the public to understand everything that she has learned over the years.

SRAC will also have many artifacts found at Spanish Hill that will be discussed and invite the public to bring artifacts that they have found at this site over generations as well. Most impressive will be a BRAND NEW exhibit unveiled at this event - a blue slate amulet with incredible art carved into it - to include a wolf
- making this presentation is a MUST SEE by anyone with interest in Spanish Hill.

Part of the blue amulet that will be unveiled at SRAC on April 5th

General admission is $6 with SRAC and students $4. This admission donation also includes a free entrance to the SRAC exhibit hall.


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AMERICAN INDIAN ROCK ART ON THE SUSQUEHANNA RIVER
Sat, April 30, 2pm – 3pm

SRAC - 345 Broad Street, Waverly, NY map

National renowned author, archaeologist and rock art specialist, Ed Lenik will be at SRAC on April 30th to discuss rock art found along the Susquehanna River.

In the last half of the nineteenth century, petroglyphs were discovered on several small islands within the lower Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania and Maryland. Three petroglyph sites occur near Safe Harbor in Lancaster County: one on Walnut Island upriver from the Safe Harbor Hydroelectric Dam, a second group on Cresswell Rock a mile and one-half up river from Walnut Island, and a third group on Big and Little Indian Rocks and other smaller rocks below the dam. In Maryland about three miles below the Pennsylvania state line, the Bald Friar petroglyphs were located on several small islands in the river. Three distinct styles of images occur within these sites.


The Walnut Island, Cresswell Rock and Bald Friar petroglyph sites are now submerged under lakes created by the Safe Harbor and Conowingo Hydroelectric Dams. The petroglyphs below Safe Harbor Dam are extant. Beginning in the 1860s and continuing into the twentieth century several efforts were made by several researchers to record the glyphs and salvage specimens of the carvings. This presentation will illustrate the various images at these four sites, trace their history and suggest an interpretation of the origin and meaning.

General admission is $6 with SRAC and students $4. This admission donation also includes a free entrance to the SRAC exhibit hall.


Wednesday, March 9, 2011

SRAC is Forced to Close Their Doors - Click Here to Learn More

If you woke up today and saw this as the headline of the local newspaper - what would your thoughts be?

"Due to lack of funding, the Susquehanna River Archaeological Center has been forced to close their doors."

The truth is that not all nonprofits like SRAC will make it in these hard economic times, and it is usually long after the fact when a community realizes what they lost.

The that fact that SRAC is the largest museum in the region dedicated to our Native American and prehistoric past might very well go unnoticed until the time when you can no longer bring your family to SRAC to share it with.

Or maybe the fact that SRAC is a community-centered organization that hosts local school field trips, is open 5 days a week and is staffed by 100% volunteers who make you feel welcome the minute you walk in the door while hosting over fifty community events a year (with several being free to attend) might be overlooked until it is no longer available.

Yet it might just be that the results of SRAC efforts working with our local community to promote economic development and trying to help our Valley overall to be a better place to live might be missed when it is no longer here.

Whatever the reason, I am sure that you would have to agree that our community is much better off for having The Susquehanna River Archaeological Center.

It is also important to note that SRAC is also better for having you - our supporters - because without you - that headline above could have actually been a reality. In fact, memberships and donations made 3/4's of all the money that SRAC operated on in 2010 and 2011 will not be any different.

SRAC will be launching our 2011 Giving Campaign this spring instead of summer this year, and I am asking you to help us.
I want to thank you in advance for your assistance and support in 2011. My feeling is that our 2011 Giving Campaign will remain in the same vein that we always strive for everyday here at SRAC - That is that our success in raising funds is directly related to our ability in raising friends. Through your support, we dedicate ourselves to our mission for generations to come.

To learn more click here. To be added to the SRAC 2011 Giving Campaign list, email me at dtwigg@sracenter.org.

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Monday, March 7, 2011

MARCH 7th Yoga Classes Canceled

Due to the snowstorm- both the teen and adult yoga classes to be held at SRAC are canceled for tonight - March 7th.

Stay safe everyone!

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Spanish Hill - The Sites, by Deb Twigg April 5th

There's ALWAYS Something Going On At SRAC!

Spanish Hill - The Sites
Tue, April 5, 6:30pm – 7:30pm
SRAC - 345 Broad STreet Waverly, NY (map)

SRAC's Deb Twigg will present a never before seen presentation on the three archaeological sites found at Spanish Hill - and what was found there. Loaded with never before seen images and illustrations from local archaeologist Ellsworth Cowles.

The mystery of Spanish Hill has continued in the Valley for every generation since the white men have arrived here. After researching the site for several years Deb Twigg created a website, SpanishHill.com in 2003 and was published on the topic in Pennsylvania Archaeologist journal in 2005. Once a year, Twigg continues to present the information that she has gathered about the hill in a lively and informative discussion for the public to understand everything that she has learned over the years.

SRAC will also have many artifacts found at Spanish Hill that will be discussed and invite the public to bring artifacts that they have found at this site over generations as well. Most impressive will be a BRAND NEW exhibit unveiled at this event - a blue slate amulet with incredible art carved into it - to include a wolf
- making this presentation is a MUST SEE by anyone with interest in Spanish Hill.

Part of the blue amulet that will be unveiled at SRAC on April 5th

General admission is $6 with SRAC and students $4. This admission donation also includes a free entrance to the SRAC exhibit hall.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

TV's Regis and Ghost Hunters Donate to SRAC!

As many of you already know - on March 27th - we will be having a fundraiser at SRAC - and we have been trying to get as many incredible tickets to auction off as possible! We can now announce two more very exciting items that will be auctioned off at the event:

First we have added 2 VIP Tickets to the LIVE with Regis and Kelly Show taped in New York and can be scheduled to fit your own schedule! These tickets are not easy to get as their website shows so don't miss your chance to see Regis LIVE before he retires!



Second, we have two tickets to TV's Ghost Hunter's actual event at Fort Mifflin, Philadelphia on May 28th! For anyone who ever wanted to go ghost hunting with Steve and Tango - -NOW IS YOUR CHANCE! These tickets usually sell for $240 a piece - but in March 27th - -they will go to the highest bidder!

This is in addition to the already incredible list of items we will be offering to the highest bidder - such as:


(The $ you spend on these tickets are TAX DEDUCTIBLE - and you can schedule each of these tickets to fit YOUR SCHEDULE!)

Can't attend? You can call in as well- or we will bid for you if you give us your maximum bid in your absence! Just give Deb Twigg a call to learn more at (607)727-3111!

Come out and support your community and have fun doing it at SRAC on Sunday March 27th! To learn more - click here!