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2014 Kiwanis Live TV Auction on WDIO/WIRT

Updated: 04/25/2014 8:14 AM
Created: 04/25/2014 8:03 AM WDIO.com

Saturday night, the Kiwanis Club of Friendly Duluth will be hosting their 2014 Live TV Auction, right here on WDIO/WIRT.

Tom Rumley, the President of the Kiwanis Club of Friendly Duluth stopped in to chat with us Friday morning.

The broadcasted auction begins at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, but you can already start bidding online at the Kiwanis Duluth Website, at kiwanisduluth.com. The auction supports Kiwanis activities, most of which are focused on helping our community's kids, with programs such as Special Olympics, food drives and Salvation Army bell ringing.

"There are lots of great items to bid on, and the easiest way to find out what items are there is to head to our website," Tom tells us. So be sure to tune in Saturday night, or log on at kiwanisduluth.com.

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