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Buggy seat brings $150.00 for St Jude's, matched by donor

Buggy seat donated by Golden Rule-Wilson brought $150.00 and 2 concert tickets donated brought $45, which was matched by the real estate firm for both those amounts to total a $390 donation to St Jude's Children's Research Hospital.

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Priceless Buggy seat will benefit St. Jude's

2014-10-22 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Chris Wilson. "Hand crafted cherry buggy seat bench with wrought iron accents" Chris Wilson wrote, will be auctioned Saturday, 1 Nov 2013, at 10amCT, at his Oran & Jan Foley Auction, 1360 Frontage Road, Russell Springs, KY 42642. Asked about the value and description, he writes, 'This hand crafted item is so unique, I would have to call it 'priceless!' It's so rare, I haven't sold one. It is solid cherry with wrought iron railing and full back." Proceeds from the sale will benefit St. Jude's.
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