UPDATE: 1/23/2011: This item closed with a bid of $5.00! Thanks Cindy!
The auction for this item ended on December 18 with no bids. I am leaving it open until the first bid of $5.00 is received. All proceed of this auction are to benefit The Oral Cancer Foundation.
At one of the first workamping jobs we had, we met an amazing guy named Chet Mazza. Chet’s career job was taking photographs of jets while flying through the air. After his retirment, he worked at campgrounds while traveling in an RV with his wife. His photography was beautiful! FabGrandpa and I had many wonder evenings with Chet and Ellie. One night, while sitting around the campfire, we swapped our handiwork–he took several bars of my home made soap, and we got a handful of his notecards made with is beautiful photographs.
Each notecard is numbered by the artist, and has been stored in a plastic sleeve. The auction to benefit The Oral Cancer Foundation this week includes 4 of these beautiful cards. I am not setting an opening bid for these, as I have no idea where to start with them.
To bid on this item, leave a comment with a dollar amount. Comments without dollar amounts are not considered to be bids. You can bid in 1 cent increments. Thank you for taking a look! The proceeds from this auction will be donated to The Oral Cancer Foundation in January, in celebration of my husband, Jim Eidson’s 10 years of survival of oral cancer, and in honor of Michael H. Yeaw, who lost his battle.
This auction will close on Saturday, December 18, 2010 at 11:59 p.m. Central Standard Time. The highest bidder will win. If you have any questions about this item, email me at fabgrandma @ gmail.com
If you’d like to spread the word about this auction to benefit The Oral Cancer Foundation, and to help educate people about oral cancer, please tweet about it, post about it on Facebook, or write about it on your blog. I’d really appreciate it! and you could be saving someone’s life!