The Alberni Valley Lions have a great many items for their TV Auction on Nov. 29. From left to right are the organizing committee: Russ McLaughlin

Lions auction Nov. 29

The Alberni Valley Lions Club’s 42nd annual TV Auction will be televised this Saturday, Nov. 29 on Shaw Channel 4.

The Alberni Valley Lions Club’s 42nd annual TV Auction will be televised this Saturday, Nov. 29 on Shaw Channel 4.

New this year, is an extended period of time for pre-bidding at Glenwood Centre: this year from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (in previous years it started at 4 p.m.).

The auction starts at 4:30 p.m. and will close at 11 p.m.

There are 350 items this year. to pre-bid or make a bid, please call 250-723-4421 or check out the website at AVLionsAuction.com to view the items.

Bidding increments are $5 for items over $100 and $2 for less.

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