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VFW Post 9182 4th of July Live/Silent Auction & Luncheon
July 4, 2019
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The 1st garment steamer with all controls on the handle; Variable Steam - 5 steam settings to adapt the steam output to the fabric type; Power Switch - OnOff operation on the handle for maximum convenience

* High power 1500 watts; Fast heat up time - 60 sec; Large transparent, removable water tank provides clear view of water level. Holds 88 oz. of water for up to 1.5 hours of prolonged, continuous steam
* Revolutionary integrated garment hanger; Swivels horizontally for greater ease of use; Rotates vertically for easy storage
* Telescopic pole is adjustable and slides down for storage. Easy rolling wheels for convenient movement
* Dual clip system holds garments perfectly in place for optimized steaming
Value: $100
Donor: Peyton Lumpkin

 

 

Its thick, reinforced lid is fitted with a rubber gasket to ensure high performance and superior temperature retention, helping to maintain the hot or cold temperatures of your beverages for up to 8 hours. The lid's convex design ensures a tight fit, and the convenient, pop-up vent releases pressure buildup from temperature changes to prevent leaks. No matter what beverage you're serving, this beverage dispenser is sure to be a reliable addition to your buffet or event.
Value: $80
Donor: Charlie Weller

 

 

Unit includes plush Junction Jack, Autographed Junction Jack Card and Display Case.

Junction Jack was the mascot character for the Houston Astros from 2000 until 2012. He was a 7-foot-tall (2.1 m) rabbit dressed as a railroad engineer. His "relatives" were Junction Julie and Junction Jesse, although they were not certified official mascots by the Astros.
Junction Jack replaced Orbit when the team moved from the Astrodome to Minute Maid Park. The new stadium was originally called "The Ballpark at Union Station" because it was built on the site of the historic railway station in downtown Houston. In keeping with this new theme for the Astros, Orbit was replaced by the engineer. The character was designed by Logan Goodson and named by Duone Byars, both former Astros employees.

After the 2012 season, Junction Jack, Julie, and Jesse were retired, with Orbit returning to his former place as the Astros mascot on November 2, 2012. Orbit's return coincided with the Astros' move to the American League West as well as their new uniforms, caps, and logo.
Donor: Dennis & Susan Milkulenka

 

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Men's Stuhrling Original Watch With Date Calendar and Stainless Steel Watch Band
Value: $150
Donor: Mike & Marge Warren

 

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Invicta Men's Pro Diver Watch With Black & Gold Band
Value: $125
Donor: Mike & Marge Warren

 

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