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Your support is greatly appreciated!

If you are donating an item, please email Reda Ozuna at the AAVLD Secretary-Treasurer’s office rozuna@aavld.org

and include:

·         name of item(s)

·         picture of item(s) (PDF or JPEG format)

·         value of donation for bidding purposes

   

Shipping Address: 

AAVLD Meeting
Reda Ozuna
Sheraton Greensboro Hotel
3121 W Gate City Blvd.
Greensboro, NC 27407
P: 336-292-9161 F: 336-292-1407

 


 

 

 

 

2016 AAVLD Foundation Auctioneer!

 

                                           Fundraising Benefit Auction
                                        Prepare yourself for a fun, entertaining evening! 

 

Michael Parker, BS, JD, BAS (NCAL 2714) is a retired homicide prosecutor and a second generation Auctioneer who has called auctions for more than 30 years.  Michael learned at the foot of his father who became an auctioneer in 1946 and sold on the tobacco markets from Virginia to Georgia.  Michael grew up in the auction business, attended Mendenhall School of Auctioneering and became a licensed professional auctioneer in 1982.  Michael, and his wife Carol, put themselves through law school and graduate school selling the auction way.  During his career, Michael has sold millions of dollars in property at Auction including livestock, antiques and real estate. 


Michael's distinctive rhythmic chant and down home humor has made him an exciting crowd pleaser at charity events for more than 30 years.  In 2011, Michael received the distinguished Benefit Auctioneer Specialist (BAS) designation from the National Auctioneer's Association.  Michael is a lifetime member of the Auctioneer's Association of North Carolina and a licensed fundraising consultant with the NC Secretary of State.  Today, Michael operates Michael Parker Benefit Auctions serving non-profits across North Carolina.

  

 

 

 

 

 

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Computer Aid, Inc. (CAI) and Healing Hope Missions International (HHMI)

 

 

 

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Hand-carved, two-piece, solid wood King’s Chair from Malawi

 

 

Description:

 

CAI will cover shipping costs to highest bidder’s location (within the continental US).

HHMI is a charitable organization dedicated to the relief and aid of Malawians through equipping and training people in local communities (providing assistance to widows, orphans, and the poor; prison outreach; education for orphans and the underprivileged; and equip ministries).

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North Dakota State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory.

 

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“A cut above the rest”

 

 

Description:

By Barbara Benda Nagle and it measures 16” x 8”

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South Dakota State University

 

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“stadium wool blanket”

 

 

Description:

 

Help supports SDSU students!

The SDSU Signature Wool Project was developed by a joint effort of the South Dakota Sheep Growers Association, the SDSU College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, and the SDSU College of Education and Human Sciences, with assistance from Center of the Nation Wool, Inc. and Faribault Woolen Mills, Inc. Net proceeds from the project will be used to provide scholarship support to students in Animal Science and Apparel Merchandising. The scarves, stadium throws, and queen-sized trapper blankets are all made of 100% South Dakota grown wool and have been processed to be cold water machine washable.

SDSU Signature Wool Products are available at the South Dakota State Agricultural Heritage Museum, the South Dakota Art Museum, and the SDSU Bookstore. Can't make it to Brookings? Give them a call to make shipping arrangements. (Ag Museum: 605-688-4583 or toll free 877-227-0015, Art Museum: 605-688-5423 or toll free 866-805-7590, Bookstore: 605-688-4163 or toll free 800-985-8771)

Read more about this project...

 

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 Charcoal BBQ Smoker & Grill


Description:

The 18” Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker™ smoker has two cooking grates and four aluminum dampers for hours upon hours of consistently low-and-slow.  Features porcelain-enameled bowl and lid, two plated steel cooking grates, steel charcoal grate, porcelain enameled water pan charcoal chamber.  Total cooking area: 481 sq inches, rust resistant dampers, built-in lid thermometer, rust-resistant aluminum fuel door, premium grade cover included.  ••Stainless steel flame wrap for extra flare3 new rugged stainless steel spring handles3 base dampers and 1 lid damper for precise venting controlExtra tall legs to keep bbq heat off the deck

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Iowa State University

  

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AAVLD Themed Peak Top Mirror by Stick


Description:

Sticks of Des Moines handcrafted this unique, one-of-a-kind mirror, constructed of hard wood. Hand-drawn whimsical designs are burnt in, and then painted. This beautiful frame features a farm scene along with pictures of animals and images depicting teaching, research, outreach, and service.

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1.75"D 19"W 29"H

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Carolina BBQ Gift Set

Description:

The very best of North Carolina BBQ! This gift set brings the best of both worlds; Two Award winning sauces Souse (Easter/vinegar based sauce) & Bone suckin (Western/tomato based sauce). Our deluxe cutting board is paired with two BBQ sauces (Eastern & Western),  Bone Suckin Mustard Sauce, NC BBQ peanuts, BBQ basting mop, Southern hushpuppy mix, and the “Great NC BBQ Map” A North Carolina BBQ combination for everyone!


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University of Missouri

 

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Vicki Downey Cheek Painting for Horse Lovers!

Description:

The Missouri Artist says "I have a passion for horses and am drawn to the western way of life.


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University of California-Davis

Latin Comparative Pathology  Group (Latin American Division of Davis/Thompson Foundation)

 

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Book (Clostridial diseases of animals

 

Description:

Uzal FA, Songer G, Prescott JF and Popoff MR, editors. Wiley Blackwell Publisher, 2016; 336 p.)

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The Animal Health Laboratory, University of Guelph

 

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3 Player Jumbo Deluxe Wall Mount Cribbage Board, 27 3/4" x 8 1/2", Metal Pegs, Laser Engraved, Wooden, Games, Paul Szewc

Description:

This is a fun, "giant" version of the cribbage board, created by Wood Artist Paul Szewc of Guelph, Ontario, Canada. It is a very comfortable and pleasing board to play the game on, and it has been crafted ready to hang on your wall for storage. When not using the board it can become a fun piece of artwork. read more...

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"Complementary Sequencing

and Analysis Certificate"

 

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COSMOSID

 

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Complementary Sequencing and Analysis Certificate

 

Description:

  • Microbiome collection kit
  • DNA extraction and prepartion
  • 8-12 million whole genome shotgun sequencing reads
  • Bacteria identified to subspecies or strain level
  • Antibiotic resistance and virulence factors
  • Additional identification of viruses, parasites, and fungi
  • Access to CosmosID web interface with visualizations of results
  • Custom report with results of analysis

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Contact Jon Ryan to Redeem

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Michigan State University, College of Veterinary Medicine

 

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MSU Party Pack


Description:

  • 16 oz. blocks of Cheddar, Jalapeno, Colby Jack, and Smoked Cheddar Cheese
  • 8 oz. wedge of Gouda Cheese
  • 8 oz. Summer Sausage

All MSU Dairy Store cheeses (and ice cream, not included) are made with milk from one of our MSU farms. The MSU Dairy Plant is equipped to process a variety of natural cheeses and ice cream in a state-of­ the art processing system.

All meat sold through the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition originated at an MSU farm.