Rotary Club of Federal Way auction open for bidding

Bidding closes at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 20.

The Rotary Club of Federal Way’s annual auction has gone virtual — and is open for bidding.

Rotary Club of Federal Way is a group of individuals from the Federal Way area who come together to serve the community, both local and national, through various partnerships and donations.

The action is the club’s largest fundraiser event of the year. Bidding for the silent auction opened March 16 and closes at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 20. Participants have the opportunity to vote on about 60 silent auction items.

The live auction and live online event are at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, March 20.

Donations will allow the club to continue providing scholarships to college-bound high school seniors, fund essential services to senior residents and community members in need, and help support the Rotary International’s humanitarian efforts worldwide.

For more information or to start bidding, visit secure.maestroweb.com/default.aspx?OrgID=1832 or federalwayrotary.com.


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