KINGMAN, Ind. (WLFI) - The Kingman Fire Department is sponsoring a Christmas auction this weekend.
Starting at 5 p.m. Saturday, toys for both boys and girls, tools, swords, knives, clocks, socks and hats will be auctioned at the firehouse.
Christmas lights and candies, candles, pillows, lamps, blankets and other items also number among what will be auctioned.
All new merchandise is guaranteed by Boswell Trade Center.
It's a great opportunity to get holiday shopping done and having fun while doing it. Plus, you'll be supporting the fire department at the same time.
Food will be served from fire personnel, and the auctioneer has been donated by Mel Cruse auction service from Tangier.
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