Submitted by Lopez Island Hospice & Home Support
Lopez Island Hospice & Home Support’s 11th Annual Jingle Bell Dinner and Auction is Saturday, Nov. 30 at the Lopez Community Center. It’s your chance to bid on some of the finest our community has to offer.
This year, artists, businesses and residents have generously donated more than 30 unique items to raise money for the organization.
Look to bid on monthly floral arrangements by Lilies in the Valley, a wonderful wooden bowl hand-turned by T.J. Anderson. And a dinner at Ursa Minor is always a treat. These are just a few of the offerings.
Of special interest is an authorized silver gelatin print by well-known early 20th century photographer Imogen Cunningham. Made available through the Imogen Cunningham Trust, “Two Sisters” is a classic work of early American photography, and your chance to own a piece of photographic history.
“People have been so generous and happy to help,” said Fons Wynen, chair of the auction. “The Jingle Bell Dinner is our biggest fundraiser of the year. We’re hoping people really ramp up the bidding to raise money for Hospice & Home Support.”
Proceeds from the dinner and silent auction will benefit Lopez Island Hospice & Home Support.
For more than 20 years, Lopez Island Hospice & Home Support has provided hospice and home support services and resources to the Lopez community experiencing illness, injury and/or loss. All services are free of charge.