May 26, 2020

Good News: Harbor Springs Auction Extended

Harbor Springs Chamber fundraiser going strong
By Lynda Wheatley | May 16, 2020

Thanks to an overwhelming response, the Shop & Support Harbor Springs Small Business online auction — which raised $18K for local businesses in 10 days — has been extended another week. Now, you have until May 24 to bid (or sometimes buy outright) items like a sterling silver toggle bracelet adorned with a classic Harbor Point charm from Mary Ann Archer Fine Jewelry ($220), a 20-by-24-inch framed giclee (reproduction on canvas) of your choice from the Hramiec Hoffman Gallery (one option pictured above, $595), or even a PetSafe automatic tennis ball launcher that’ll keep your dog running while you relax. (At press time, highest bid was $70.) Find these and more than 120 more items here.


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