UPDATE: 4th Annual Art Ehrmann cancer benefit set for Apr. 20

Donated items list is now quite large for Saturday event

The list of items for the Art Ehrmann Cancer Benefit at the West Seattle Eagles is now very extensive. People have donated a range of items that may surprise you.

  • Tee times (multiple courses)
  • Spa treatments (facials, massages etc)
  • Manicure
  • Pedicures
  • Harbor Cruise
  • Rug Doctor Shampooer
  • Juicers
  • Custom putter
  • Women's fairway wood & balls
  • Seahawks & Sounders fan packages
  • Restaurant Gift Cards/Certificates
  • Doggy day spa
  • Jewelry
  • Auto services
  • Landscaping consultation

Original Post March 28
The 4th annual Art Ehrmann Cancer Benefit is being presented by the West Seattle Eagles April, 20 and they are seeking donations for silent and live auctions.

The event is a dinner first, followed by the auction.

Dinner starts at 5:30pm featuring an All You Can Eat Taco bar for only $6!
The silent auction will run from 5:30pm on and the live auction will begin at 7pm

So far what has been contributed are an Argosy Cruise, Golf Tee Times, Restaurant Certificates, Theme Baskets, Salon Gift Certificates, Golf Merchandise and more.

Music will be provided by the band HotBox from 8pm to 12am.

If you have a good or service you would like to contribute, please contact Sue Scharff at sue.scharff.12@facebook.com

She said, "As fundraisers go, this is an excellent one for 2 reasons especially: 1) there is the possibility of having every single dollar we raise, matched by the Eagles Grand Aerie (that's the national office), and 2) EVERY SINGLE DOLLAR goes to LOCAL organizations that are fighting cancer. No administrative costs of any kind: these are all donated by our amazing Eagle brothers and sisters, and by our local, West Seattle Aerie. this event is close to my heart also for two major reasons, the first being that my eagle family has rasied money several times for me personally, just to help me meet my bills, and the second being that april 20 is my sister's birthday, and she died at age 39 of the same cancer i am now fighting. she would have been 51 this year, R.I.P.

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