The auctioneer raises a gavel to the bell to signal the closing bid during last weekend's Rotary TV Auction which was broadcast live from the Shaw TV studio. More than 600 items

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The Rotary Club of Campbell River is hosting its annual auction this weekend

  • Nov. 19, 2016 12:00 p.m.

The Rotary Club of Campbell River is hosting its annual TV Auction live from the Shaw TV studios.

The auction, which features 600 items, including some fantastic getaways, wood carvings, gift cards and other items, began Friday evening and runs until 10 p.m. tonight (Saturday).

For more, call 250-923-BIDS (2437) or visit, RotaryTVAuction.com

See below for more photos from the auction.

 

Kristen Douglas/Campbell River Mirror

Rotarians Gary Thulin, left, and Todd Peachey, right, host the Rotary TV Auction which was broadcast live from the Shaw TV studio.

 

Kristen Douglas/Campbell River Mirror

Volunteers work the phones and keep an eye on the current bids.

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