2017 Auction Items

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50No-nonsense clothes pin bag of heavy-duty mesh. Rainwater goes right through and the clothes pins will dry quickly. 16 in. wide x 12 in. deep. Donated by Back Channel Canvas, Eliot. When it comes to canvas, we cover it all. Clothes pins included. 2 available. Value: $35.00
51Repurposed farm animal feed bags to use as grocery bags, featuring farm animal pictures. Made by Jessie Aikman and donated by Back Channel Canvas, Eliot. 4 available. Value: $20.00
52Four screen-printed flour sack tea towels made by Emily Stauffer, Wells. Value: $40.00
53French rolling pin made of cherry. Turned and donated by Gary Brown, Shapleigh. browntreecrafters.wix.com. Value: $24.00
54Bread board of cherry and maple, finished with food-safe mineral oil. Made by Mike Beland, Rocky Hill Woodworking, South Berwick. www.rockyhillww.com. Value: $50.00
55Gift certificate toward any plant material from Salmon Falls Gardens, Rte. 236, Berwick. Choose trees, shrubs or any of the unusual annuals and perennials that are offered. www.salmonfallsgardencenter.com. Value: $100.00
56One hour of site planning and 10 perennial plants to suit your garden from Pat Robinson of Perennial Plantscapes. Whether you have a rock garden, sunny or shady garden, Pat will choose the plants that will thrive. Value: $170.00
57Plant health care services consisting of tree fertilization, insect control, disease control, lawn services and organic programs. Urban Tree Service, Rochester, NH, offers premier tree and plant health care services year round. www.urbantreeservice.com. Value $200.00
58Shade tree of your choice, 2? caliper (based on availability), from Salmon Falls Nursery & Landscaping, Berwick. This has been regifted from the 2016 auction by Tom Gilmore. Delivery included within 20 miles of Portland St., Berwick. www.salmonfallsnursery.com. Value: $325.00
59Shrubs or trees of your choice, based on availability, from Mark Pendergast of Salmon Falls Nursery & Landscaping, Berwick. Delivery included within 20 miles of Portland St., Berwick. www.salmonfallsnursery.com. Value: $250.00
60A pallet of pellets. Maine-made wood pellets made with no debris or additives and from sustainable woodlands, donated by David Dionne of Great Works BioFuels, Berwick. Delivery within the Berwicks included, otherwise a fee of $40.00 plus $1.25/mile one way will apply. www.greatworksbiofuels.com. Value: $285.00
61One cord seasoned cordwood from David Webster, South Berwick. Cut to stove length and split, delivery within 10 miles of South Berwick. Value: $325.00
62200 gallons of #2 fuel oil from P. Gagnon & Sons, Inc., South Berwick. Delivered anywhere in the Berwicks, Kittery, York, Eliot, Somersworth, Dover or Rollinsford. www.pgagnon.com. Value: $500.00 +/-
63Bird feeder, handmade of barn boards by Andrew Aldrich, North Berwick. Holds 96 ounces of bird seed, mixed or just sunflower seeds. Value: $45.00
64Do you have a stamp collection in the attic that is gathering dust and wondered if it has any value? Or perhaps you have some old coins or an historical letter or document. Harvey Bennett, of the renowned philatelic auction house Matthew Bennett International, is offering his service as expert appraiser. He will carefully review your holding and issue a formal written appraisal. Value: $200.00
65South Berwick?s latest book on local history is a treasure! Imagining Ichabod: My Journey into 18th-Century America through History, Food, and a Georgian House by Paula Bennett, with photos by Sandy Agrafiotis, is an impassioned ode to the Ichabod Goodwin House on Oldfields Road. Replete with recipes, it is not to be missed by all who enjoy history, architecture, archaeology, research, antiquing, decorating, or open-hearth cooking. Donated by Paula Bennett. Value $30.00
66Goat milk bath and body products from The Little Creamery at Back Fields Farm. 2 handmade goat milk soap bars and 2 fizzy bath bombs per gift box. Soaps made with fresh raw goat milk, clays and other natural additives, and essential oils. Soak away a stressful day with a skin nourishing bath bomb made with goat milk powder and beautifully fragranced. Donated by Michele Meyer, Milker/Maker. 3 available. Value: $30.00
FOOD & DINING
67Maine Blueberry Pie, made and donated by Beth Werker, South Berwick. Baked in a stoneware pie plate with a winterberry design, donated by Salmon Falls Stoneware, Dover, NH. www.salmonfalls.com. Value: $65.00