Dinner, auction to benefit Federal Way police officer diagnosed with cancer

Event organizers are seeking donations for Feb. 10 event

The Federal Way Police Lieutenant Association and the Federal Way Police Officers Guild will host a dinner and auction on Saturday, Feb. 10, to benefit officer Frank Martin, who was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer that has spread to his bones.

The event will be at the Federal Way Performing Arts and Event Center, 31510 Pete von Reichbauer Way S., and all proceeds will go directly to the Martin family. Tickets cost $25 per person, and organizations can sponsor a table.

Event organizers are seeking donated items for the auction and silent auction. Businesses who donate will each be recognized at the event. Donations are not tax-deductible, however.

To purchase tickets or to donate an item, contact Raymond Bunk III at 253-906-4265, Brigham Schulz 253-318-1328 or David Johnson 253-208-6498. Donations also can be dropped off at the Federal Way Police Department, which is in City Hall, 33325 Eighth Ave. S.

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