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October 31, 2012

November Harvest scheduled Nov. 9



National AMBUCS past president Rick Kerr and auctioneer Ira Smith of Smith & Co Auction & Realty will be once again returning to host the live auction.

"Rick Kerr and Ira Smith provide a lot of the evening's entertainment, just from the way they harmonize," Colclasure said.  "They just feed off each other when it comes to conducting the auction.  They don't rehearse it; I guess it's just a God-given talent. They're quite entertaining; the crowd always loves them"

Donnie Record, a popular musician from Enid, will also be returning for the second year to provide music for the event.

"Donnie is very diverse in his music talents," Colclasure said. "For our group, he tends to play 60s, 70s, and 80s music."

Reeg also commented on the musical talent, stating "Donnie is a keyboardist and a very versatile musician, I've heard him play everything from 50s music to present. It's really nice dinner music."

For more information about AMBUCS, AmTrykes or to purchase tickets for the November Harvest fundraiser, contact Cindy Colclasure at 254-8544 or Leona Reeg at 256-7705. For raffle tickets contact Reeg.


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