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Look in the For Sale ads and see the ad on the donation of the 5 Simplicity belt buckles that will be auctioned off. The procedes of this auction will go to the club to keep the page fresh and updated. There is 5 buckles that will be sent to someone who bids for them. If you are interested put your bid in and post it to the ad.

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Larry, Is there any way to let us see what these belt buckles look like? Thanks, Roy P.S. I see from your Treasurer's report that no one is getting rich from the club donations and finances.

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Roy Al Donated the buckles and the discription of them is on the For Sale page under the ad. If you have any questions as to what they are drop him a note and I am sure he will give you the info. We have six bids for 5 buckles so check your bids to see if you are still in the bidding. All bids are posted on the For Sale page under the ad. If you would like to bid please post your bid there. At this time we have bids from $25 to $10. each for these buckles. Looks like a popular item with the fellows and the funds go to keep this page at the top of the net.

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