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Two more days to bid in Rotary auction benefitting Cabarrus Habitat for Humanity

You’ve got only got two more days to add your bid to an auction sponsored by four Cabarrus County Rotary Clubs to raise money for Habitat for Humanity.
The clubs have adopted the online auction in a strategy to raise money to build a home for Habitat for Humanity of Cabarrus County.
The four clubs ó Kannapolis, Cabarrus, Concord and Southwest Cabarrus ó are co-sponsoring the auction to raise $60,000 to build a home.
The auction began Sept. 14, and closes Sunday at 9 p.m. The online auction offers more than 100 items, along with suggested value of each items and the current winning or opening bid.
Items include tickets to a Redskins game in Washington, D.C., Panthers tickets, unique items such as Web site design and executive coaching, jewelry, trips and more.
Visit the auction Web site at www.habitatcabarrus.cmar ket.com for a complete list of items. Many reserves have been lowered or met to encourage bidding.
High bidders in the auction will be notified by cmarket.com, and winning bidders can pick up their items at the Habitat for Humanity Cabarrus County office, 8 Union St.-S., Concord, until Friday, Oct. 3, at 5 p.m. Items are also available for shipping.
Ten families are currently awaiting homes through Habitat Cabarrus.
For more information, contact Lisa Perry, Cabarrus Rotary Club member and online Rotary auction chairwoman, at lisa@perryproductions.com.

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