Silent auction at the Shed to benefit CAPA

By Lanier Laney

Hundreds of supporters turned up on a cold drizzly Saturday night this past weekend to support the great efforts of the Exchange Club of Beaufort to benefit the Child Abuse Prevention Association (CAPA). With a bounty of delicious food and many wonderful silent and live auction items up for bid, this event is a major fundrasier for CAPA and a source of a lot of great Christmas gifts for the auction winners. A big thanks to all the people who turned out and the hard working volunteers and committee who made it all such a success! Here are some photos:

Melissa Beere, president of The Exchange Club of Beaufort, and Katie Grindle, community relations director at CAPA.
President-elect Darlene Douglas, Dawn Pemberton and Gloria Duryea.
Courtney Cato and her mom, Susan Cato, director of CAPA.


Janet Horton, district director, and Robert Spagnolia, Exchange Club district 48 president.










Nan and Mike Sutton, City Councilman & Terry Sweeney


Charles Braddock & William Heape, Auctioneer







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