Lions Club Auction is Friday

Lions Club auction items
Century Bank employees Michele Johnson, left, Bill Trivitt and Amanda Martin show some of the items to be sold Friday night at the Gainesville Lions Club’s 30th annual auction at Gainesville High School. In addition to a wide array of merchandise and gift certificates, the auction also includes a sportsman’s raffle that offers multiple winners firearms, gun safes, a kayak, an electric smoker and more. Tickets, available at Century Bank, are $50 each, and only 30 were left at press time Tuesday. The April 21 event begins with dinner at 6 p.m. and a silent auction at 6:15 p.m., followed by the main auction at 7 p.m. The auction and raffle support Gainesville’s summer ball programs. For more information, call Trivitt at Century Bank, 679-3321

Century Bank employees Michele Johnson, left, Bill Trivitt and Amanda Martin show some of the items to be sold Friday night at the Gain

Times Past: April 19, 2017


Guffey Motors - These photos from the 1960s hang on the walls of the former Brad Guffey Chevrolet office in Gainesville. They show the company’s 1964 wrecker when it was new and the company’s salesmen standing in front of a 1972 Chevrolet in the showroom: from left, Wilbur Cowart, Brad Guffey, Joe McFarland and T. J. White. The company, now Guffey Motors, is owned by Brad’s son Bob and his wife, Deb.

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