School supplies, apparatus on a auction retard Saturday in former Kittanning … – Tribune
October 9, 2015 - School Supplies
The former Kittanning Junior High School gym has been remade from somewhere to fire hoops to a place to measure deals on propagandize supplies, furniture, wiring and equipment.
Armstrong School District officials and auctioneers from J. Dunmire Auction Services of Saltsburg are hosting a second of 3 propagandize over-abundance auctions during a building on Saturday morning.
â€œThere’s so many things in these schools that you’d never design to find, like pleasing cabinetry and kitchen equipment,â€� pronounced auctioneer Julie Dunmire. â€œThere’s only so many stuff.â€�
The auction facilities products that couldn’t be changed or reused during a new $55 million Armstrong Junior-Senior High School on Buffington Drive in Manor Township.
Darlene Edwards, halt principal of Grace Christian School in West Kittanning, was among dozens of people browsing apparatus set to strike a auction retard during a preview on Wednesday.
She pronounced it’s a good event for a propagandize to collect adult cabinetry and other supplies, such as pen boards, chalkboards, staplers and pencil sharpeners during a discount.
â€œOur assemblage has left adult by about 30 percent this year, so we’re looking to expand,â€� Edwards said, observant a propagandize has grown to 75 students. â€œTo get things like this during a reasonable cost is ideal.â€�
Edwards attended a propagandize district’s prior auction during a former Ford City High School in September, where a propagandize bought a chalkboard, dual pen play and a circular house for underneath $100, she said.
Dunmire described Ford City High School’s auction as her company’s biggest and many pell-mell auction yet.
â€œWe had about 500 purebred bidders uncover adult during that auction, and that’s a many we’ve ever had come to one of these,â€� Dunmire said. â€œWe had to take people room to room to see everything, so it took a lot longer than we expected.
â€œWe were there some-more than 11 hours.â€�
Along with a vast crowds, a auction brought in about $50,000, pronounced Superintendent Chris DeVivo. The district skeleton to compensate a association about $12,500 for their services in Ford City.
â€œWe’re unequivocally gratified with a initial auction’s results,â€� DeVivo said. â€œWe’re vehement to get by a subsequent dual and get absolved of a additional equipment.â€�
Dunmire doesn’t design a same audience on Saturday. She expects a throng about half a distance of a Ford City auction.
â€œThis building is a center school,â€� Dunmire said. â€œNobody graduated here, so nobody looks behind fondly during it as their alma mater.â€�
Auctioneers devise to reason a district’s final auction during Kittanning Senior High in November.
Unlike Edwards, Kittanning proprietor Linda Turco and her son, Nolan, devise to go to a auction in hopes of picking adult a piano from a school’s former song room.
Nolan, a sophomore during Armstrong Junior-Senior High School, pronounced he spent his whole center propagandize career in a building.
â€œIt’s bizarre to see a building like this,â€� he said. â€œBut so far, it’s been good during a new school.â€�
Brad Pedersen is a staff author for Trib Total Media. He can be reached during 724-543-1303, ext. 1337, or email@example.com.