Harvest of Talents ends the day with the auction of some very nice items

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[October 29, 2012]     Send a link to a friend

After a long day of festive events at Lincoln Christian Church, the annual Harvest of Talents for World Hunger ended with an auction of some very impressive items, all donated to the Harvest of Talents.

The annual event raises thousands of dollars to help fight world hunger.

Among the many in attendance at this year's event was the Kukuck family. The family has been a part of the Harvest of Talents for 28 to 29 years. Laura Stephenson shared that it is not just a family tradition, it has become much more. The whole family gets together to make candy the week before to bring to the Harvest of Talents. Their family also goes to the Dominican Republic to help feed children with money raised at the event. Stephenson shared that seeing the funding in action is what makes being a part of the Harvest of Talents so special.

Pictures by Jan Youngquist and Jessie Eynon

Carolene Leslie had quite a surprise this year at the Harvest of Talents.


Carolene had a table that she got a few years ago, and she had been hoping to get the matching one. Unfortunately Carolene's house burned. Carolene's friends bid to get the table for her at this year's Harvest of Talents.


Carolene also won the bid on an interesting piece that drew a crowd around her to examine it after the event.









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