Lots will begin closing at 8:00 PM on April 19, 2022--make sure to submit your max bid amounts so you do not miss out on your items!
This rare, antique partners desk made of woods grown locally is said to have been used by George C. Long, President of City Bank, Hopkinsville's first commercial bank. It is said to have been damaged in the course of the Night Rider raid on Hopkinsville. It was later meticulously restored by a local craftsman.
Bidding Closes: All lots for Night 1 items will begin closing @ 8:00 PM on April 19, 2022. Make sure to submit your max bid amounts so you do not miss out on your items.
Payment & Pick Up Information: Payment and item pickup will be made at the Rotary Office during the 72nd Annual Rotary Auction April 18-23 from 5 PM - 10 PM, as well as the following week, April 25-29 11 AM - 6 PM.
Vendor vouchers for items to be picked up at the donor's place of business will be supplied by the Hopkinsville Rotary Club at time of payment.
Items are preferred to be picked up within 48 hours after notification to the high bidder to help clear space for new items.
Cash, Check or Credit Card methods of payment are accepted.
Bidder Information & Security: All registration information the bidder provides to Bolinger Real Estate & Auction, LLC shall be current, complete & accurate. All bidders are responsible for any bids placed under their bidding numbers and password. The security of bidder information is the responsibility of the bidder. Bidders must notify Bolinger Real Estate & Auction, LLC if they believe that their bidder number and password have been compromised.
Technology Disclaimer: Bolinger Real Estate & Auction, its affiliates, partners and vendors, make no warranty or guarantee that the online bidding system will function as designed on the day of sale. Technical problems can and sometimes do occur. If a technical problem occurs and you are not able to place your bid during the live auction, Bolinger Real Estate & Auction., its affiliates, partners and vendors will not be held liable or responsible for any claim of loss, whether actual or potential, as a result of the technical failure. I acknowledge that I am accepting this offer to place bids during the auction over the Internet or over the phone.
Please call the Rotary Office at 270-886-3034 with any questions or concerns.
1202 South Virginia Street
Hopkinsville, Kentucky 42240
A message from the Hopkinsville Rotary Club:
Since 1950, due to the generous support of community donors, funds raised during the Hopkinsville Rotary Auction have provided over $11 million in student loans to local area students to further their post high school education. Most recently, the auction has also funded the Hopkinsville Community College Rotary Scholars Program, giving local high school graduates the opportunity to attend HCC tuition-free. Since 2012, 1,041 Rotary Scholars have been able to take part in this endeavor.
This year, as we simultaneously launch the newly-formed Hopkinsville Rotary Foundation, the 72nd Annual Rotary Auction carries a theme of "Building the Foundation."
Scheduled for April 18-23 at the War Memorial Building (1202 S. Virginia Street) in downtown Hopkinsville, this year's Rotary Auction plans to return with the usual diner, sweet shop and in-person viewing/bidding, AS WELL AS some new features that will be announced in the near future.
Supporters can listen on 98.7 FM or 1230 AM WHOP, view the live stream on www.HopkinsvilleRotary.com or watch on Spectrum Cable channel 376.
The Auction helps support the Rotary Scholars Program and other youth and education-based efforts in the community. The financial support of our donors not only makes a significant difference in the lives of Christian County students, but it also works to improve the overall quality of the available workforce.
Over the years, this annual auction has grown into the largest single fundraiser in all of Rotary International, so we hope you'll #BidHigh and #BidOften in April!