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Join the Newberg Auction Committee!

May 28, 2013

By joining our Newberg Auction Committee, you can be a part of something very special and fullfilling by doing as much or as little as your schedule will allow.  We know you are busy, so any small item that you can attend to is a big help!  Please let me know if you would like to help your Association and take part in this exceptional charity event! The 2013 Annual REALTOR® Charity Auction will take place on Wednesday, October 16, 2013 at Golden Valley Brew Pub, McMinnville.

Here are some of the tasks we need help with: 

  • Phone calls
  • Making signs
  • Collecting and dropping off items
  • Help at the car wash
  • Moving items day of event (Wednesday, October 16, 2013)
  • Collecting money
  • Help set up the silent auction
  • Typing
  • Promoting the Auction
  • Cleaning up at the event

If you can help with any of the above duties, please contact: Crystal Marks   cmarks@firstam.com.


Our 2013 Yamhill County Charity Recipients are:

See Ya Later Foundation – Inspired by Scott Banke, a 12 year-old boy who died of cancer, this foundation is inspiring youth and encouraging families that have children with a medical illness. This 3-part outreach includes kids camps, gifts and encouragement, scholarships and activities.

Juliette’s House – A community-wide response to child abuse prevention. Working collaboratively with law enforcement, child protective services and other community partners. Offers treatment options and performs medical and forensic assessments of children 0-18 years old who have been sexually, physically, or emotionally abused.

St. Barnabas Soup Kitchen – Feeding the hungary in mind, body, and spirit and providing others the opportunity to serve. More than 192,000 people in Oregon eat from a food box monthly. 37% of people receiving food assistance are children from 0-17 years of age, 18% are 18-23, 28% are 22-44, 12% are 45-54, 10% are 55-69, and 4% are 70 and older.

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