Radio Auction Raises More Money For Community’s Youth (w/PHOTOS) | WPKY 103.3 FM

The Christian Life Center at First Baptist Church in Princeton was abuzz with excitement on Tuesday night as the Princeton Optimist-Kiwanis Club Radio Auction had another good night of raising money for the youth in our community.

At the conclusion of night two, Optimist President George Kilgore announced that they sold 65 items and raised $2,070 which is well over $500 more than night one.


click to download audioOn Wednesday night, Kilgore said they will have 70 items to sell, including some different items they haven’t had in previous years of the auction.

click to download audioThere are also some other items that will be auctioned off, including a horse print valued at over $300.

click to download audioOther items to be sold include something to entertain children and adults, along with a handy item to have around the shop or home.

click to download audioAnd some larger value items are among the items to be auctioned off, including some Audibel hearing aids.

click to download audioYou can find auction items that will be sold on the Princeton Optimist Club Facebook page each afternoon as well as the phone numbers to call to make your bid. The phone numbers can be found on WPKY’s website wpkyonline.com.

The annual Princeton Optimist-Kiwanis Club Radio Auction continues through Friday. You can tune into live coverage of the radio auction each night following WPKY’S 5:00 News Edge on 103.3 FM-1580 AM.

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