“Thanks To All For A Great Auction”Held on August 18, 2012 at the Annual CLA Show and Meeting, Lexington, KY
“This year’s auction was a tremendous success! 23 superb artistic works by 32 CLA artists generated an excitement at the auction which prompted buyers to step forward and take home some great creations.
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After a year’s work to make the 2012 War of 1812 ‘Path to Freedom’ Fundraising Auction an event to remember, I’m almost sad to say it’s over. As the CLF Fundraising Committee chairman I had the good fortune to work with the artists and get to know them and their work. Thanks to each of them for all of their efforts and for making the 2012 CLF Fund Raising Auction the big success that it was. And to all the ‘behind the scenes’ volunteers, and donors, too. Thanks again to everyone.”
2012 CLF Fundraising Committee Chairman
|RESULTS OF THE 2012 CLF FUND RAISING AUCTION|
|TIM ALBERT & TIM CROSBY, Tansel horn & pouch||$1,300|
|BRIAN BARKER, Tecumseh tomahawk||$750|
|MIKE MCHUGH, Brock war club||$350|
|MARIAH BLAKE, Quilled birch bark box||$400|
|SCOTT, CATHY SIBLEY & DAVID HUGHES, Powder horn and papers||$700|
|JOE SEABOLT, Knife||$400|
|LARRY & ZACH CALLAHAN, Quilled bag and tool kit||$200|
|JACK HUBBARD, Horseshoe Bend powder horn||$460|
|GLEN MOCK, Midshipman’s dirk and sheath||$400|
|LARRY SPISAK, Tecumseh’s Northwest Trade Gun||$5,500|
|MITCH YATES, The Hunters of Kentucky longrifle||$2,500|
|DANA BUCHANAN, Knife||$600|
|FRANK BARKER, Cartridge box||$100|
|CHRIS BARKER, BILL CARTER, ERIC VAN ALSTINE, MARK EWING,|
Joseph Stewart pouch and horn set
|HARRIS MAUPIN, Old Hickory salt horn||$350|
|HARRIS MAUPIN, Battle of New Orleans powder horn||$600|
|DANIEL CASEY, HERSHEL HOUSE, JOHN HOUSE, Knife and sheath||$400|
|JAMES BLAKE & CHRIS HAYS, Pipe with quilled stem||$800|
|MICHAEL AGEE, S Houston to Gen’l Jackson pouch||$3,500|
|CURT GILLOCK, Coach trunk||$800|
|JENNIFER FRANTZ, Floor cloth||$200|
|BART DELLINGER, Ft. Meigs axe||$150|
|JOHN DONELSON, 3 Naval boarding axes||$450|