In Memory of Jim Stucky
Auctioneer at MCA for 34 years
Leaves wife Fran, 3 children, 9 grandchildren, and 4 great-grandchildren
3/15/1939 - 9/08/2013
Jim telling stories at children's time Oct 2012
36th Annual MCA Sale Is History
Thanks to all who came to the sale this year
$111,000 raised for MCC projects
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This is the official site of
The Mennonite Country Auction
and Relief Sale
which will be held on
October 5, 2013
on the Menno Mennonite Church,
Ritzville, Washington, grounds
(please note; not all mobile GPS mapping systems are
accurate for this location)
Washington Relief Sale & Auction supporting
the programs of the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC)
Other MCC Relief Sales Information
Breakfast 7:00 - 9:00 a.m.
Booth Sales Begin at 10:00 a.m.
will be singing on stage at 10:30 a.m.
Main Auction Begins 12:00 Noon
Activities for the kids
Travel Mugs for sale at the Coffee Booth $10 ea
There will be food stands, craft booths, demonstrations to watch (fresh pressed apple cider, apple butter cooked in a large copper kettle over an open fire on site, and homemade ice cream), Ten Thousand Villages with handicrafts from the Third World, and auction of quilts, comforters, afghans, handcrafted items such as furniture, toys & vases, as well as other special interest items.
Help the kids collect pennies for the
Penny Power project
Come early for the best parking. There is limited handicapped parking available to card holders.
RV's welcomed, no hookups.
No admission fee.
There is free parking for cars, buses, & RV's.
(RV camping in parking lot, no hookups)
The Mennonite Country Auction & Relief Sale is one of over 47 relief sales held in the United States and Canada. Proceeds from these relief sales support the international relief, developemnt and service ministries of the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC). Service is given "In the name of Christ" in the midst of a hurting world as a witness to a compassionate God.
MCC was born in 1920 in response to hunger and related human need brought on by war and revolution in Russia and the Ukraine. Today MCC has about 1000 workers serving in some 53 countries, including the U.S., and sends assistance to 70 countries. MCC's programs include providing material aid, such as wheat, beans, clothing and medical supplies to meet emergency needs, and agricutural development and water conservation projects to improve life in communities around the globe. Our sale has contributed over $1.5 million to MCC over the past 30 years.
Terms: Cash or check with proper I.D. the day of the sale. Dollar amounts paid for articles above fair market value of the items are tax deductible.
No Dogs are allowed in the food & sale area.