66th Annual Quaker Village Auction
The 66th Annual Quaker Village Auction is a FREE family-friendly event with something for everyone! Students, parents, alumni, friends, supporters and shoppers of any age have been enjoying this spectacular event for 66 years. Mark your calendars and save the date.
The Auction will be held at:
20565 Academy Road
Greenleaf, ID 83626
**5 miles west of Caldwell on Hwy 19
Call (208) 459-6346 or email Ellen Morse for donations to the auction or additional information.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Friday, March 10th
6:00 – 7:00 PM Entertainment and Auction Preview – Food Booths Open
7:00 – 9:00 PM Live Auction
Saturday, March 11th
7:30 – 9:30 Pancake Breakfast and Auction Preview
9:00 AM: Specialty Booths Open
10:00 AM: Live Auction and Kids Carnival Opens
11:00 AM: Sporting, Guns, Hunting,
12:00 Noon: Quilts, Trips, Antiques etc
1:00 PM: Furniture, Home and Shop, Décor, etc
2:00 PM: Many more valuable items!
Also Open All Day are the Silent Auction, Food and Specialty Booths!
WATCH FOR AN EXCITING MATCHING GIFT CHALLENGE!
Consider this wonderful opportunity to strengthen the impact of your gift. Join us at the auction for the launch of the 2017 campaign or if unable to attend you can donate online by clicking the Donate link and choosing “Matching Gift Fund.”
I love the auction because of the wonderful fun it is to associate with people at the event and the revenue it generates for the school. Through the years it has been entertaining to occasionally surprise someone with a gift…maybe an odd gift like the Billy Goat purchased at the auction in the 1960’s and delivered to Clarence Birch…which was quite a surprise to him!Cecil Binford
Cecil Binford moved to Greenleaf from Haviland, Kansas in 1951. During his years at Friends Bible College, Cecil was involved in their annual benefit auction and witnessed the amazing success the college had with this event. So when he arrived in Greenleaf he brought his vision to the Academy and the Quaker Village Auction was born that year! Cecil was tremendously involved as a board member and supporter as well as working countless hours on behalf of GFA . He still makes his famous caramel corn each year for sale during the live auction. Cecil and Lois’s four children, many grandchildren, and great grandchildren are past and current students at GFA.