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Blue & Gold Auction set for April 21

Professional Auctioneer David Sobon will lead the Blue & Gold auction this year. Courtesy photo
Professional Auctioneer David Sobon will lead the Blue & Gold auction this year. Courtesy photo

The Oak Ridge High School Sports Boosters club is hosting the 12th Annual Blue and Gold Auction on Saturday, April 21, at Mercedes-Benz of El Dorado Hills in the Town Center.

The theme this year is “Sudents-Atheletes-Champions. It All Begins With You.” Great food, music, dancing and plenty of fun will accompany a live and silent auction.

The Blue & Gold Auction has become an Oak Ridge tradition with 100 percent of event profits going to the sports program. The Oak Ridge Sports Boosters mission is to complement Oak Ridge academic programs by supporting the pursuit of athletic excellence, good health, and student success.

David Sobon, professional auctioneer, will lead the auction this year. Sobon’s unique “Benefit Auction System” helps non-profit organizations raise more money and have more fun while changing the lives of those they serve.

“There is no better feeling than coming off the stage knowing you made a difference,” Sobon said.

Tickets are $45 each and can be purchased online at orsb.org. Visit the website for information on Team Tables and Corporate or Individual Sponsorship. Attendees must be 21 or older.

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