Christina Bell, Ashland's director of development and chief party planner, is in the final stages of preparing the biggest fundraiser of the year. In her office, Bell is surrounded by auction items. There are 40 for the silent auction and 10 bigger-ticket items — a year's lease on a BMW, a Greek coin necklace, dinner for eight at Botherum, another historic home in town — that the foundation hopes will get bid up in frenzied competition.
Christina Bell, Ashland's director of development and chief party planner, is in the final stages of preparing the biggest fundraiser of the year. In her office, Bell is surrounded by auction items. There are 40 for the silent auction and 10 bigger-ticket items — a year's lease on a BMW, a Greek coin necklace, dinner for eight at Botherum, another historic home in town — that the foundation hopes will get bid up in frenzied competition. Herald-Leader
Christina Bell, Ashland's director of development and chief party planner, is in the final stages of preparing the biggest fundraiser of the year. In her office, Bell is surrounded by auction items. There are 40 for the silent auction and 10 bigger-ticket items — a year's lease on a BMW, a Greek coin necklace, dinner for eight at Botherum, another historic home in town — that the foundation hopes will get bid up in frenzied competition. Herald-Leader

It's all hands on deck at Ashland for major fundraiser

June 18, 2014 05:18 PM

UPDATED June 19, 2014 08:44 AM

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