Spaghetti dinner, silent auction set for Sunday

A silent auction at the upcoming Damon James Spaghetti Dinner fundraiser being held Sunday at the Nickel Plate Depot is slated to be the top money raising event of the day.

The auction will feature several large ticketed items that event goers will have the opportunity to bid on. Each item will have a minimum bid requirement then written bids will be taken in increments of $5 for each item. Organizers would like to have it open to as many people as possible. Therefore on Sunday from noon until 8 p.m. anyone can place the written bids at the dinner or they may place a bid by calling Karen Cave at 969-0558 or Dawn Gregoreski at 785-1979 between noon and 7 p.m.

Pictures of some of the items can be seen on the Damon Janes Memorial Fundraiser Facebook page.

The items that are currently available are:

Ryan Miller signed Sabres jersey

CJ Spiller signed Bills Jersey donated by the Buffalo Bills

Demolition derby car. The car is donated by Donald Stoll and will be painted and ready to go for the Demolition Derby at the Chautauqua County Fair and will feature Damon’s logo.

Labatts metal cooler on rollers and grill donated by Certo Bros

Dorm-size refrigerator donated by Certo Bros

Five individual team-signed Footballs Buffalo Bills, Detroit Lions, Atlanta Falcons, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Pittsburg Steelers (auctioned separately) donated by the teams.

Half-day fishing charter on Lake Erie donated by Bud Marsh

Pedal car donated by Jamestown Plastics

Adirondack chair and table donated by Cliff Pearce

Four tickets to the Buffalo Bills/Cincinnati game & emergency kit donated by Basil Chevrolet

Snowshoe Mountain Getaway Four nights stay in a condo located in Snowshoe, W. VA donated by Jim and Kelly Fulciniti

$175 worth of Lottery tickets donated by Medicor Associates

One-year membership and uniform to the Family Martial Arts Center donated by Bill Matteson

Kindle Fire donated by Walmart