|Prince Rupert Rotarians will roll out the large drum towards the end|
of tonight's final night for the 55th edition of the Rotary Auction.
The 750 ticket draw and the 1,000 dollar travel voucher awards set
to bring down the curtain for another year.
Residents of the North Coast have but one night left to browse through the available items and make a bid on some great values through the Prince Rupert Rotary Auction.
The 55th edition which has been on the air for the last two nights, will ring in the last of the bargains tonight starting at 6:30, with the final night one that should deliver some fine entertainment as the Rotarians and their guests provide for the final four hours for this years show.
So far the production has once again made for a strong outing, with the rotating panel of hosts keeping the bids rolling in and the donated items rolling out.
When they're not delivering the bargains to the lucky bidders, a range of video presentations provide for a good glimpse at not only the city's business sector, but some of the work of the Rotary Club in the community.
Tonight also marks the final draws of the three nights, with the popular 750 tickets set to be awarded as tonight's program comes to an end towards 10:30 PM this evening.
Rotarians will also award the 1,000 dollar Travel voucher this evening, that draw is for all of those that have had a successful bid during the course of the three nights, that draw will be one of the final moments for this years event.
You can explore the many items up for bid from the Rotary website here.
The number to call to make your bid is 250-627-8666
The remaining four hours for the 2019 Rotary Auction will be found on a number of platforms, delivered to the community by way of CityWest Community TV at Channel 10 or 310 HD, or through the CityWest's online stream or a link from the Rotary Auction website.
As well, you can just pop into the Lester Centre to see how the showcase comes together as Rotarians and their guests take to the air for the final time for this years event.
For updates on the Rotary Auction follow the Rotary Facebook page and keep an eye on the #RupertRotary twitter feed for notes from the Lester Centre as the show goes on.
Some of our previous notes on the annual Prince Rupert event can be found below:
Rotary Auction puts the wrap on the first lap of three nights of bargains and much more
Opening Night beckons for Prince Rupert's Rotarians as edition number 55 of Rotary Auction set for launch
Gavels at the ready, Prince Rupert's Rotarians and their guests are ready for Rotary Auction Number 55
For more items of note related to Community events in the region see our archive page here.