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Keep the Heat On auction will feature familiar favorites and exciting new items!

January 11, 2018
PLMOUTH — With the freezing temperatures and snow we've experienced this winter, the Keep the Heat On (KTHO) Committee is happy to report that tickets for the 13th annual event on Jan. 17 are selling fast at Chase Street Market! Sponsors are signing on to help in a big way, and new auction and raffle items are coming in every day! The Plymouth Area Community Closet (PACC) and the Committee are truly grateful to our generous friends who have responded to the urgent appeal for assistance to our neighbors.

The live auction with Terri Dautcher will be the culmination of a fun-filled evening that will include a silent auction, raffle, and buffet dinner supplied by more than 20 of our finest area restaurants and their chefs—all to raise money for local families in need of home heating fuel and other forms of assistance. The contributions for the raffle and auctions—both silent and live—are truly extraordinary, so be sure to bring your checkbook or credit card to KTHO and help us reach this year's goal of $55,000 for fuel assistance!

Based on its popularity in the past, the Auction Committee has again selected the African Photo Safari for two as this year's fabulous travel vacation. Want something closer to home? How about a retreat to a charming bungalow in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, or a seaside getaway for 4 on Nantucket? Closer still, you can bid on a weekend in a private cabin at Little Squam Lake.

Join us and place your bids on passes to a variety of area attractions to keep you busy year-round, including lift tickets to your favorite ski area, zip-lining, and golf. Browse the wide variety of items that you can enjoy in your own home, including works by various local artists.

The auctions will also feature products, services, and gift certificates donated by our many generous area businesses, craftspeople, and professionals. Too numerous to list, they range from practical (a haircut or an oil change for your car) to luxurious (lovely jewelry, clothing, and accessories). New items are being added to the list every day, so you're sure to find something perfect for you! The Common Man Inn promises to provide the ideal browsing venue, and the KTHO decorating committee is planning a fabulous setting, with background music by the talented David Lockwood.

There are multiple reasons to go to KTHO: you'll find some fabulous deals in the silent auction, you'll enjoy a delicious meal created by our best local restaurants, and you'll be entertained by terrific auctioneer Terri Dautcher—all for the very important goal of helping your neighbors in need. If you can't be there, please consider joining as a sponsor. For more information, call Barbara Fahey at 236-1122.

Tickets for KTHO are available in limited numbers at Chase Street Market, once again for just $40. To reserve a table for 8 to 10, call Joan Turley at 236-2795. KTHO is organized and sponsored by the Plymouth Area Democrats, partnered with the Plymouth Area Community Closet in their continued mission to provide assistance to our neighbors. KTHO—and the help it provides—is entirely non-partisan.

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