Virtual Mt. Hall School Auction underway now!

The Mt. Hall School Auction is a virtual affair this year, and it’s going on now through 4 p.m. Tuesday, December 15.

All the action is taking place on Facebook, and while it’s not quite as exciting as their usual live auction, it’s still plenty fun, and there are some exciting things to bid on; a scenic flight over Boundary County offered by Darron Branson, racks of ribs from Wally and Tammy Barton’s Road Kill Grill, a quilted table runner and wall hanging donated by Jan Taft, gift boxes and baskets, jams homemade by Brian Zimmerman, art, a load of gravel delivered in Boundary County by Hill’s excavating, children’s book signed by author Angie Schnuerle box of apples donated by Points North Orchard, gift certificates galore and lots, lots more.

In addition to buying, you can also post items or services you’d like to contribute to the cause!

As always, proceeds from the auction benefit not only Mt. Hall Elementary, but all schools in School District 101.

You only have until 4 p.m. Tuesday, so don’t wait, visit now and be ready to bid generously!