Shrines hold auction


The Sampson County Shrine Club hosted a capacity crowd Nov. 4 for a gun auction. Over 100 bidders attended as 51 guns were sold. The guns were a generous gift from the estate of Denny Benson, a long time Shriner. Over $40,000 was raised to support the Shriners Hospital for Children, the transportation fund, and the Temple renovation. Noble Michael Thornton coordinated the event while RDD Auctions of Newton Grove donated their time and talents and Robby James of James Trading Co. in Roseboro handled the firearm transactions.


The Sampson County Shrine Club hosted a capacity crowd Nov. 4 for a gun auction. Over 100 bidders attended as 51 guns were sold. The guns were a generous gift from the estate of Denny Benson, a long time Shriner. Over $40,000 was raised to support the Shriners Hospital for Children, the transportation fund, and the Temple renovation. Noble Michael Thornton coordinated the event while RDD Auctions of Newton Grove donated their time and talents and Robby James of James Trading Co. in Roseboro handled the firearm transactions.

The Sampson County Shrine Club hosted a capacity crowd Nov. 4 for a gun auction. Over 100 bidders attended as 51 guns were sold. The guns were a generous gift from the estate of Denny Benson, a long time Shriner. Over $40,000 was raised to support the Shriners Hospital for Children, the transportation fund, and the Temple renovation. Noble Michael Thornton coordinated the event while RDD Auctions of Newton Grove donated their time and talents and Robby James of James Trading Co. in Roseboro handled the firearm transactions.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_IMG_2308.jpgThe Sampson County Shrine Club hosted a capacity crowd Nov. 4 for a gun auction. Over 100 bidders attended as 51 guns were sold. The guns were a generous gift from the estate of Denny Benson, a long time Shriner. Over $40,000 was raised to support the Shriners Hospital for Children, the transportation fund, and the Temple renovation. Noble Michael Thornton coordinated the event while RDD Auctions of Newton Grove donated their time and talents and Robby James of James Trading Co. in Roseboro handled the firearm transactions.
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