7 responses to Clinic for Special Children benefit auction
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    mary
    Clinic for Special Children benefit auction (September 21st, 2008 at 14:51)

    We love the Amish communities that we have visited.
    What a wonderful closeness to family and friends.

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    Clinic for Special Children benefit auction (September 21st, 2008 at 16:16)

    That’s sounds like you had a real good time! Thank you for sharing your day with us!

    Wouldn’t it be great if more health professionals cared more about the person then the money involved?

    Praise God for folks who care, that’s all I will say. :)

    Sunday blessings,
    Dawn

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    Clinic for Special Children benefit auction (September 25th, 2008 at 11:07)

    Dr. Morton commands huge respect in the community, and I’m beginning to understand why. Seems like a very selfless person from what I hear from my Amish friends and acquaintances.

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    Theresa
    Clinic for Special Children benefit auction (August 27th, 2010 at 14:00)

    What a wonderful worthy cause. We were visiting in Shippensburg at the end of July and had the privilege of attending one of these auctions. What a blessing !!!

  • Glad you got a chance to attend Theresa. Hopefully I will make this year’s edition in Leola.

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    Would like to contact director for your auction (May 10th, 2013 at 07:30)

    Would like to contact director for your auction

    My wife and I are led to help the disadvantaged and disabled. We have done Christian Clowning for Joni Eareckson Tada’s Ministries and various local charitable events
    I’m a Pastor and Chaplain at ECH and Maple Farm nursing home. Last year we were asked by a kind Amish woman who participates in helping with your auction if we’d participate as caring clowns (part of our ministries).

    I’d appreciate if you could provide me the name/number of a contact person.

    Thank you,

    Rob Orris

    • Supporting the Special Children auction

      Robert and Carol, this is probably what you need, from the Clinic website:

      For questions on supporting the Clinic or specific questions regarding planned giving, please contact Matthew Sware through email or at 717.687.9407.

      http://www.clinicforspecialchildren.org/support.html

      According to the site there are now 5 auctions in PA and Ohio, generating 1/3 of the Clinic’s budget.

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    Lancaster County Business Directory Clinic for Special Children benefit auction (March 4th, 2011 at 05:56)

    […] To give you a sense of the guide, in addition to the many furniture shops and builders, a quick scan reveals air motors, a bucket company, a gourd seller, Maytag washer repair, stoves, spindles, solar lighting, organic feed, cart and wagon shops, blacksmiths, bakeries, a butcher, waterless toilets (“Ideal for sheds and cabins”), auctioneers, toymakers, and the list goes on and on.  You’ve also got non-traditional ads, such as a spot for the Clinic for Special Children. […]

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