TV-3's DePrest & Others to Emcee Beat the Clock Auction in Windsor - Mar 16
A number of special guest "emcees" will be featured at the 31ST ANNUAL "GREATER HARTFORD BEAT THE CLOCK AUCTION" on SATURDAY, MARCH 16 at Congregation Beth Ahm on 362 Palisado Avenue (Route 159) in Windsor, Conn. A preview of prizes begins at 7:00 p.m. and the auction starts at 7:30 p.m. sharp. The event is OPEN TO EVERYONE, OF ANY FAITH. Dress is casual.
SPECIAL GUEST EMCEES include WFSB-TV 3 Chief Meteorologist Bruce DePrest, John C. Carmon of Carmon Community Funeral Homes, Windsor Mayor Don Trinks, and a number of Congregation Beth Ahm members themselves.
This auction showcases PRIZES THAT PEOPLE CAN USE AND ENJOY EVERY DAY AND IS AN AFFORDABLE, FUN EVENING OUT. Electronics and appliances, jewelry, gift cards for restaurants, entertainment and sporting events, even a hickory rocking chair handcrafted in Ohio's Amish community will be featured. The event will feature TRADITIONAL LIVE BIDDING AUCTIONS, BLIND AUCTIONS, AND FREE DOOR PRIZE RAFFLES. The winner of a special _HEADS & TAILS_ CONTEST will take home a large-screen TV. The CENTERPIECE OF THE EVENING is the BEAT THE CLOCK AUCTION where items are won by rapid bidding at only 50 cents for each bid.
Congregation Beth Ahm’s “Greater Hartford Beat the Clock Auction” is the synagogue’s largest community fundraiser of the year. The auction has ballooned in size since its creation 31 years ago and has become an event that the people of all faiths look forward to each year.
Admission at the door is $10 for adults and includes delicious refreshments. For more information about the March 16 “Greater Hartford Beat the Clock Auction”, email
(860) 688-8483 or (860) 688-9989.
Congregation Beth Ahm’s membership INCLUDES INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES FROM THROUGHOUT GREATER HARTFORD, INCLUDING INTERFAITH FAMILIES. Most of its members live in Windsor, West Hartford, Suffield, Windsor Locks, Bloomfield, Enfield, the Farmington Valley, South Windsor, and Ellington. Congregation Beth Ahm was created by 16 families in 1951 and initially was known as The Jewish Community of Greater Windsor. In September 1960, it opened its doors in a newly built synagogue on 362 Palisado Avenue. For more information about the synagogue, its programs and services, call (860) 688-9989 or visit www.congregationbethahm.org