The North Dakota State College of Science Alumni Foundation will host its 23rd Annual DREAMS Auction on Friday, April 13 at the Clair T. Blikre Activities Center on the NDSCS campus in Wahpeton, N.D. The DREAMS Auction is the annual fundraiser for the NDSCS Alumni Foundation with the purpose of raising funds for scholarships, programs and the activities of the Foundation.
“The public is invited to enjoy this spring event featuring a gourmet buffet and a silent and live auction with many wonderful items to bid on,” said Denise Miller, DREAMS Event Coordinator. “This event brings together a diverse group of Alumni and friends representing not only the local area, but also guests from around the tri-state area.”
Preparations for this year’s event have begun and the Foundation encourages the public to reserve a table or purchase individual tickets soon. Reservations for a table of eight are available through Monday, March 20, and individual tickets can be purchased until Wednesday, April 11. Tickets and table reservations are available online at ndscsalumni.com/dreams-auction, or by contacting the NDSCS Alumni Foundation office at 701.671.2247. All reservations must be made in advance, as tickets will not be available at the door the evening of the event. DREAMS Auction tickets include two games of chance, valet parking, a strolling buffet and a photo booth provided by LeMar Photography.
Donations for the DREAMS event are always welcome. Many friends of the college share talents and trades, goods and services and other creative gifts. The public is invited to visit the DREAMS Auction page on the NDSCS Alumni Foundation website, ndscsalumni.com/dreams-auction, for a sneak peek at some of the gifts that will premiere at the 2018 DREAMS Auction.
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