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Bid On Items In The 2014 UCP Telethon Silent Auction


The 56th annual UCP Telethon is happening this weekend in Anniston Alabama!  And to help the UCP of East Alabama raise a lot of money, I am featuring some really big silent auction items that you can bid on until 5:30 pm Central on Sunday August 3rd.  As always, there are some really big sports related auction items.  This year, there is an Alabama helmet signed by all the players on the 2011 BCS National Championship team.

There is a football and small helmet signed by new JSU coach John Grass.

There are two Daniel Moore paintings featuring the Alabama Crimson Tide.  One features the 2009 BCS National Championship Team.  The other features the 2011 BCS National Championship Team.

There is an Auburn Baseball signed by Tim Hudson.

There is an Auburn themed painting called A Day Dream.

You have a mini LED HDTV and a Blu-Ray player.

You have a gift certificate for two people to fly over Calhoun County in a plane.

You have two different certificates for the Fall Talladega races.

You have a pink Johnson guitar and an electric guitar available.

You have a Cannondale bike available.

Guided Deer and Turkey hunts are available.

Certificates for Gold Card at Oxford Home Football games and a JSU Drama certificate are available.

The book from Paul Finebaum titled “My Conference Can Beat Your Conference” is available before its September release, and it’s autographed!

And you have the Shamrock horse from Wells Fargo, Duck from Aflac, and you have a wooden toy bike!

There are many more silent auction items available!  To bid on any item, come down to the Anniston City Meeting Center, or you can call 256-240-2417 or 256-240-2446.  If you are not participating in the silent auction, still come on down.  You can buy homemade crafts, buy lunch, and watch some great acts!

The telethon continues today from 1-6 pm Central.  To learn more about the UCP of East Alabama, and to watch a live online livestream, go to:

Make a pledge by calling 1-888-437-9696

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