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1930 Model A to be sold at Kans for Kids event
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This 1930 Model A Ford has been donated by Poncho Hitschmann, pictured, for the sixth annual Kans for Kids Fighting Cancer Foundation's auction/dinner to be held Oct. 29 at the Camp Aldrich Conference Center. - photo by COURTESY PHOTO

CAMP ALDRICH — The sixth annual Kans for Kids Fighting Cancer Foundation Auction/Dinner will be held Saturday, Oct. 29 at 5:30 p.m. at the new Camp Aldrich Conference Center.
The theme for this year’s event is Every Superhero has a Story. Two superheroes, Dade Cannon, 12, and Hunter Donecker, 13, will share their inspiring stories of living with childhood cancer.
The silent auction and social hour will begin at 5:30 p.m. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m. with the live auction immediately following the meal.
Weaver’s BBQ, Ransom, will provide the meal.
The auction will feature many items including handmade quilts and blankets, getaway packages, items for children, and more. A more complete listing can be found on the the Kans for Kids website,
The most unique and the top ticket item this year is a 1930 Model A Ford donated by Poncho Hitschmann. This barn find car is in excellent condition and is running, said Deb Reif, Kans for Kids director.
To go along with the Superhero theme, Marvel Comic books will be sold for $20 each. Several of the comic books will contain a gold ticket that will give the lucky winner a beautiful piece of jewelry, for men and women, or cash.
MC for the evening will be Eagle Radio’s Matt McBain with T.R. Esfeld serving as auctioneer.
Newly designed Kans for Kids T-shirts will be available for purchase. The shirts were designed by young cancer survivor, Zoe Jerke, Great Bend.
Proceeds from the auction will provide emotional and financial support to area children receiving a diagnosis of cancer.
Tickets are $25 and are available at Sportsman’s Corner, Russell; Bank of Holyrood; Community Bank, Ellinwood; any 1st Kansas Bank; United Ag, Hoisington, or by calling 620-653-2210. Only 300 tickets will be sold.