I have a pile of old South American Lps (Folkloric music.)I was going to offer to anyone here who wanted them.I could donate them...
"Nelson-Strauss, Brenda" <[log in to unmask]> wrote: Please Donate Materials for the 2006 Silent Auction
With the 40th Annual ARSC Conference right around the corner (May
17-20), I'd like to ask everyone to consider donating one or more items
for the Silent Auction, ARSC's biggest fundraiser.
The Silent Auction has become an eagerly anticipated event at our annual
conferences. Each year, hundreds of items are offered for sale to the
highest bidders. Books, CDs, vintage 78 rpm & LP records, audio products
and related items are all available, and incredible bargains can often
Donations need not be new, but should be clean and in good condition.
All proceeds go to ARSC, which is a non-profit, 501.C.3 organization. If
you are attending the conference, you may drop off your auction items at
the appropriate tables in the exhibit area where you will also have the
option of setting minimum bids.
Even if you are not able to attend the conference, you may still make a
donation, but please hurry. If you plan to ship materials, they should
probably be in the mail by the first week of May. Please make sure any
packages are clearly labeled "ARSC Silent Auction" and ship to:
ARSC LAC Co-Chair
Music Building, Rm. 102
School of Music Box 353450
Seattle, WA 98195-3450
(If your shipper demands a street address, please let them know that
there is no street address other than Music Building and that all local
carriers know the university campus and deliver here daily!)
If you have any additional questions about shipping, please contact
Laurel Sercombe (Local Arrangements Co-Chair): [log in to unmask] ;
If you have questions of a general nature about the auction, please
contact Kurt Nauck (ARSC Conference Manager): [log in to unmask]
Thank you for supporting ARSC!
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