For All Seasons hosts 'An Eastern Shore Holiday' silent auction

From left are local businesses supporting For All Seasons “An Eastern Shore Holiday” Auction, Darcy Bernot, Lizzy Dee; Diane Flagler, La De Da; Beth Anne Langrell, CEO of For All Seasons; and Allie Prell, Trade Whims.

EASTON — This holiday season, For All Seasons is hosting “An Eastern Shore Holiday Silent Auction” beginning later this month.

According to a news release, the auction starts at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 26 and runs through 9 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6. The silent auction will offer more than 50 unique gift items, services and experiences from local individuals and businesses for holiday shopping while also helping For All Seasons raise funds for its mental health and rape crisis services.

“Extraordinary gifts have been donated by talented local artisans and wonderful friends of the agency. We are so excited to be offering this event in time for holiday gift-giving. Our auction items offer something for everyone and every budget, plus the proceeds will benefit the increased services we are now providing due to the pandemic,” said Beth Anne Langrell, CEO of For All Seasons.

Some of the special items included in the auction are a painting by local artist Nancy Tankersley, an outdoor sculpture by local sculptor Eddie Ford, a morning sea duck hunt with Talbot County Outfitters for four people with a guide dog, a print of Barack Obama’s Campaign Logo, a goose hunt with Renny Gay, a night for two and breakfast at the Inn at Perry Cabin with a round of golf for four, a one and one-half hour airplane ride over the Eastern Shore, a sunset sail for eight people from St. Michaels or Annapolis, aerial photography by Eastern Shore Aerial Drone Photography, personal trainer sessions by Fitness R, and a crabbing trip for three people.

Auction items will be available for preview beginning Nov. 17 at ShoreHoliday.givesmart.com.

For further information, email dspiering@forallsea sonsinc.org or find For All Seasons on Facebook at face book.com/forallseasonsinc.

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