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Issue 1450 March 11, 2012
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Bay Medical Foundation Annual Charity Auction

Doubletree Host to 'Made in America' Fundraiser

April 29, 2012       Leave a Comment
By: Diane Szczepanski

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The Bay Medical Foundation annual charity auction has the reputation of being one of the largest and most anticipated in the area. The event this year on Thursday, April 26th, was again a great hit.

Attendees at the Doubletree, enjoyed a delicious buffet, open bar, interactive games, were able to bid on over 200 items and the chance to bid on American Music and Country Music (CMA) Award travel packages, Wrigley Field Rooftop Game tickets, a Napa Valley Wine Train tour and many other great items.

The Bay Medical Foundation is known for its annual theme and 'Made in America' was it this year. Red, white and blue was in abundance. Not only in patriotic decorations, but also the attire of guests and volunteers alike.

Proceeds from the auction benefit and other events, help support McLaren-Bay Region and McLaren-Bay Special Care in its mission of improving the health and well-being of the communities it serves.

From left to right, Sandy Dust, Co-Chair, Tim Dust, Co-Chair
and Victoria MacKenzie, Bay Medical Foundation, Specialist

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Ken Marotzke, left and Scott Rector, right, ran the Yankee Doodle Draw card game
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There were items galore to bid on!
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Bay Medical Foundation staff Specialist, Victoria MacKenzie and Director, Keith Markstrom,
emceed for the evening of festivities

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Miss Bay County, Alicia McInerney, helped out selling raffle tickets
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Guests enjoyed a delicious buffet and wonderful desserts.
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From left to right, volunteers Kathy Graczyk, Mark Thompson and Sarah Foster.
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Kellie Snyder and Brian Krause
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Ricky Garcia and Rick Decker
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Diane Szczepanski

Business-woman by day, confessed boot addict by night and 'wanna-be' writer, music lover and proud Mom of an awesome guitar playing, teen son.

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